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Under-pressure UK regional airline Flybe has said it is in talks with a number of "strategic operators" about a possible sale of the group.
The euro and sterling climbed higher this morning as investor confidence rose on news Britain had struck a draft divorce deal with the European Union after more than a year of talks.
Japan's economy shrank in the three months to September, official data showed today, after a string of natural disasters hit consumer spending and exports, and China's slowing economy cast a shadow.
EU chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier will today brief ambassadors from the 27 member states on the agreement reached on the Irish backstop by EU and UK negotiators.
The Italian government has defied European Commission calls to revise its big spending Budget plans.
The State's financial watchdog has criticised how Waterford Institute of Technology managed the development and subsequent sale of a campus company called FeedHenry Limited for €63.5m.
Sterling hit a seven-month high versus the euro and rocketed beyond $1.30 today after the United Kingdom and European Union agreed on the text for a Brexit divorce deal.
EU and UK negotiators have agreed on a text that deals with the Irish border, RTÉ News understands.
A new report into how so-called vulture funds deal with home owners who are in mortgage arrears has found there is "no material difference" in the level of repossessions by such funds compared to banks.
The European Union's executive has proposed that Britons be allowed to visit the bloc without visas after Brexit and stepped up preparations in case of a no-deal divorce.
The businessman leading the last consortium bidding for the National Broadband Plan, David McCourt, has hit back at media suggestions that he is just a visiting private equity investor looking to profit from the plan.
One hundred new jobs have been announced in Waterford city by eyecare company Bausch & Lomb.
Peer to peer lender Propertybridges.com said it has successfully fulfilled its first loan.
The underlying pay of British workers rose at the fastest pace in nearly a decade during the three months to the end of September, new figures show today.
The taste of a food product cannot be copyrighted because it is too subjective, the European Union's top court has ruled, rejecting a claim by a Dutch cheese manufacturer against a rival.
Japan's central bank has become the first among G7 nations to own assets collectively worth more than the country's entire economy.
So-called vulture funds are considering more arrangements to help people in mortgage arrears than banks and other credit firms, a report that will go before Cabinet today has found.
Real estate investment trust Hibernia REIT has agreed to lease all the office accommodation in 1 Sir John Rogerson's Quay to HubSpot, which develops and markets software products.
Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney said it is a crucial week for Brexit negotiations and that he was cautious about the levels of expectation for a breakthrough.