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The volume of production in construction fell by 2.7% in Quarter 3 this year compared with Quarter 2 last year according to figures from the Central Statistics Office.
Ryanair and Shell have signed a Memo of Understanding to advance the supply of sustainable aviation fuel at over 200 airports across Europe, with particular focus on SAF supply at the airline's largest bases like Dublin and London Stansted.
Pharmaceutical giant Pfizer is to invest €1.2 billion in the construction and development of a new manufacturing plant in Dublin.
The National Treasury Management Agency says it plans to issue €7 billion to €11 billion of bonds over the course of next year.
More drivers are opting to buy electric cars according to the latest figures from the Society of the Irish Motor Industry.
Connect trade union has called on the Government to immediately end the exclusion of apprentices from a statutory right to be paid the minimum wage of €10.50 per hour due to poverty wages increasingly forcing workers out of a career in the crafts.
The downturn in manufacturing activity across the euro zone eased in November, according to a survey which suggests while the bloc's factories still face a harsh winter it may not be as bad as initially feared.
Wholesale and retail group, BWG Foods, has announced a €2 million expansion to its increasingly low carbon delivery fleet through the addition of 10 new bio-methane powered HGVs, adding to its existing fleet of two biogas trucks.
The dollar tumbled to a three-month low versus the yen as traders focused on comments by Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell that interest rate hikes could be scaled back "as soon as December."
China will strengthen strategic communication and coordination with the European Union, President Xi Jinping told the president of the European Council, Charles Michel, on Thursday.
The US Chamber of Commerce and 12 other groups warned the European Union against adopting rules that could exclude Amazon, Alphabet unit Google, Microsoft and other non-EU cloud services providers from the European market.
Former FTX Chief Executive Sam Bankman-Fried has apologised for a "lot of mistakes" in the abrupt collapse of the cryptocurrency firm and said he did not knowingly behave fraudulently.
British house prices tumbled 1.4% in November compared with October, the biggest monthly drop since June 2020, according to mortgage lender Nationwide.
Irish private equity firm Erisbeg has agreed to acquire a majority stake in Specialist IT Recruiter Eolas Recruitment Limited. The consideration for the transaction was not disclosed.
Elon Musk has said he expects a wireless brain chip developed by his company Neuralink to begin human clinical trials in six months, after the company missed earlier timelines set by him.
Martin McKay, the founder and CEO of the company, Texthelp, has been named the International and overall 2022 EY Entrepreneur of the Year.
Companies across Ireland will start to publish information on their gender pay gaps from today.
New laws governing the practice of tipping come into force from today, providing a boost to workers' rights.
Falling demand led to a drop in the output of the manufacturing sector here in November, the latest AIB Manufacturing Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) shows.
A new report has laid bare the gender wealth differential at retirement, with women in Ireland expected to finish working with just 80% of the wealth of men.