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Approved housing body Oaklee Housing has secured a €50m debt financing agreement with German-based Norddeutsche Landesbank.
Aer Lingus Regional, operated by Stobart Air, has said it will restart flying its Cork-Cornwall route from May.
EU competition regulators today opened an in-depth probe to establish whether a massive rescue loan by the Italian government to troubled airline Alitalia constituted illegal state aid.
250 construction jobs are to be created in Co Offaly building two power plants that will employ 20 people.
Pendulum Summit, the business and motivational event founded by former Munster rugby star Frankie Sheahan, is expanding to New York.
The founder of Glofox, which provides business management software to fitness studios and gyms, has been named Ireland's Best Young Entrepreneur for 2018.
Congested airports are stressful for passengers, but they also mean increased air fares
The euro zone's public debt and deficit dropped last year as the bloc's economy grew at a healthy rate, provisional data from the European Union's statistics office showed today.
Businesses across the euro zone strolled into the second quarter, maintaining a still-solid but more modest growth rate than around the turn of the year, a survey showed today.
Canadian gaming company The Stars Group said over the weekend that it had agreed to buy Sky Betting and Gaming from owners CVC Capital Partners and Sky in a deal worth $4.7 billion.
Australia's competition watchdog is supporting massive increases in financial penalties for companies caught doing the wrong thing.
UBS, Switzerland's biggest bank, today posted a 19% rise in first-quarter net profit, helped by higher income from its investment bank amid a pickup in global market volatility.
An appeal by businessman Denis O'Brien against the High Court's dismissal of his action over statements made in the Dáil about his banking affairs will begin in the Supreme Court this morning.
Outsourcer Capita has today announced a three-for-two rights issue and a restructuring to return it to growth.
British Prime Minister Theresa May is facing a week of fresh parliamentary battles over Brexit as clashes centred on staying in a customs union with the EU continue to dog her government.
Irish company Smyths Toys has signed a deal to take over Toys 'R' Us in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, the German arm of the insolvent retailer has said.
A ballot will take place to consider a deal struck with An Post by the Irish Postmasters' Union on the future of the post office network.
Up to 10,000 holidaymakers have had summer sailings cancelled after Irish Ferries said it may not take delivery of its new ferry, the WB Yeats, before July.
New data from Goodbody shows that despite rapid population growth, housing output in Ireland is among the lowest in Europe.
Dutch electronics giant Philips has today posted a 27% drop in first quarter profits, hit partly by the costs of restructuring and some acquisitions as it evolves its portfolio.