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Casino operator MGM Resorts International has today scrapped plans to buy Ladbrokes owner Entain, saying it does not intend to submit a revised proposal for the British firm that snubbed an $11 billion takeover approach earlier this month.
The volume of cargo passing through Dublin Port in the last three months of last year rose by 7.6% as pre-Brexit stockpiling, Christmas trading and a bounce caused by a relaxation of Covid-19 restrictions converted into higher demand for goods.
Indy Mellink, a Dutch card fan, was explaining a game to her cousins last summer when she asked herself: why should a king be worth more than a queen?
The privately-owned Beacon Hospital in Dublin has signed up to treat public patients under the safety net 'surge capacity' agreement with the Health Service Executive.
Irish consumers are now the most anxious in Europe for the second time in three months, according to Deloitte Ireland's latest State of the Consumer Tracker, as confidence in shopping in-store has plummeted by 12%.
Irish nursing home group, Trinity Care, has been sold to Belgian healthcare property investment specialist Cofinimmo.
Goldman Sachs Group today dwarfed estimates with a 153% jump in fourth-quarter profit, powered by another strong performance at its core bond trading and underwriting business and an uptick in merger and acquisition activity.
The energy regulator has said that domestic customers could save hundreds of euro every year by switching gas and electricity providers or renegotiating with suppliers.
Bank of America posted a drop in fourth-quarter profit today that still topped Wall Street expectations and pointed to signs of an economic recovery as the pace of consumer spending gathers steam.
150 new jobs are to be created by the hearing healthcare provider, Hidden Hearing.
A Dublin Starbucks outlet has been ordered to pay €12,000 compensation to an Irish customer with Thai heritage after an employee drew what was referred to in a hearing as 'slanty' eyes on the woman's cup.
An investigation is to be launched by the OECD into the ESB's use of coal from a controversial Colombian mine following a complaint by human rights and environmental non-governmental organisations.
Residential property prices rose on an annual basis for the first time in six months in November after disruption from the initial Covid-19 lockdown of the economy halted seven years of unbroken annual growth.
Investor sentiment in Germany rose by more than expected in January on improved expectations for exports, buoying the outlook for Europe's largest economy, the ZEW economic research institute said today.
January is a really brilliant time of the year to address your finances as we cope with pandemics, global economic uncertainty and changing financial circumstances.
Shopping centre operator Hammerson said today it received less than half of the rents due for the first quarter as stricter Covid-19 restrictions aggravate conditions in Ireland, the UK and the rest of Europe.
Norwegian renewable energy investment firm Aker Horizons has agreed a deal to take a 75% stake in global wind and solar company Mainstream Renewable Power.
The relationship between the outgoing US president and Mark Zuckerberg is one based on financial and communicative co-dependency
The International Energy Agency trimmed its 2021 global oil demand forecast today as fresh coronavirus lockdowns cloud the outlook but said mass vaccination programmes should help bolster a second half rebound.
Euro zone finance ministers have pledged continued fiscal support for their economies and discussed the design of post-pandemic recovery plans as the European Commission warned the Covid crisis was making the bloc's economic imbalances worse.