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The Government is expected to make changes to new tipping legislation which will effectively ban so called 'service charges' on restaurant bills unless the money goes straight to staff.
The fund which holds money that the European Commission says Apple must pay Ireland in back tax has lost €350 million over the past year.
Cork headquartered Workvivo has raised $22m in new funding as it looks to continue its rapid expansion.
The Irish Wheelchair Association (IWA) has warned that disruption caused by a threatened strike next month could be hugely upsetting and life-changing for people who rely on assisted living services.
Cash-strapped Britons are buying more cheap frozen food to help cut waste and cope with "unprecedented" soaring living costs, the boss of supermarket group Sainsbury's said today.
Whirlpool has struck a deal to sell its operations in Russia to Turkish appliances maker Arçelik, the US company said today, a move which will see it join a raft of Western firms exiting the sanctions-hit country.
Walgreens Boots Alliance said today it would retain the ownership of its UK-based Boots business after completing its review, which started in January.
Offshore wind project Codling Wind Park has submitted its application for a Maritime Area Consent (MAC) to the Government.
Accounting firm Ernst & Young will pay $100m to settle US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) charges that its auditors cheated on certified public accounting (CPA) exams and that it misled the agency's investigators.
The Government has agreed to a request from Minister for Transport Eamon Ryan for the army to be on standby to help with security at Dublin Airport.
G7 leaders meeting in Bavaria have said they will explore a price cap on Russian oil as a way to prevent the Kremlin from benefiting from soaring revenues, according to a closing statement.
As part of its phased withdrawal from Ireland, Ulster Bank has agreed a deal with Aviva Direct Ireland for the transfer to Aviva of renewal rights in relation to its home and car insurance books.
Despite the widespread impact of Covid-19 on the country in 2020, overall labour productivity increased by 14.1%, new figures from the Central Statistics Office show.
Retail sales volumes were unchanged on a monthly basis in May and 0.3% higher than the same time a year ago, new figures from the Central Statistics Office show today.
The National Asset Management Agency has today completed another €250m cash transfer to the Exchequer.
G7 leaders have agreed to work on a price cap for Russian oil, a US official said today, as part of efforts to cut the Kremlin's revenues.
Airbnb said today it will make permanent its ban on parties in homes listed on its platform after seeing a sharp drop in reports of unauthorised gatherings since the prohibition was put in place in August 2020.
Cloud company Tier3Tech has announced plans to create 30 new jobs, in a move set to strengthen the company's existing workforce over the next three to five years.
The European Central Bank will go "as far as necessary" to fight inflation that is set to remain "undesirably high" for "some time to come", its president said today.
A dispute over how to shield poorer citizens from European Union policies to put a price on pollution is threatening to prevent the bloc's countries from agreeing a raft of new green measures.