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The founder and CEO of Texthelp has been crowned the overall winner of this year's EY Entrepreneur of the Year.
Bitcoin is being artificially propped up and should not be legitimised by regulators or financial companies as it is more akin to gambling, the European Central Bank has said.
The CEO of Ryanair has told an Oireachtas committee that environmental aviation charges are damaging the connectivity of peripheral states, including Ireland.
The US economy rebounded more strongly than initially thought in the third quarter, the government confirmed today, but higher interest rates as the Federal Reserve battles inflation have raised the risks of a recession next year.
Spending on debit and credit cards fell in October, according to figures published by the Central Bank.
A Government backed trade mission to Denmark is getting underway.
Luxury fashion brand Mulberry is to open its first standalone store in Ireland.
Horizon Therapeutics has said its board is engaged in highly preliminary discussions with three pharmaceutical giants for potential takeover offers, sending its shares surging 31% in extended trading after the US markets closed last night.
Senior Irish Twitter executive Sinead McSweeney has had her access to Twitter's Dublin office and her email restored, after she received an injunction from the High Court last week.
The chief executive of Fáilte Ireland, Paul Kelly, suggested the lack of affordable hotel accommodation available at popular Irish tourist spots might be an opportunity to promote "lesser-known destinations".
The "questionable practices" at now collapsed crypto exchange FTX would not have been allowed to happen under European Union rules that need to be finalised urgently, a senior European Commission official said today.
A finance manager at Irish Rail says his duties were "hacked down to nothing" after he made a protected disclosure nine years ago – and that he now spends most of his working week in a €121,000-a-year job reading newspapers, eating sandwiches and going for long walks.
The seasonally adjusted unemployment rate was down slightly in November to 4.4% from a revised rate of 4.5% the previous month, the latest Central Statistics Office figures show today.
Ryanair has launched a recruitment drive to fill over 150 new tech jobs.
The annual rate of inflation across the euro area eased back to 10% in November, according to an initial 'flash' estimate from the EU's statistical agency Eurostat.
Crisis-hit Scandinavian airline SAS has reported a fourth-quarter loss that was much deeper than a year earlier and said it may take longer than previously expected to complete its ongoing bankruptcy protection process.
British fashion retailer Primark has said it plans to invest €100 million to open new stores and refurbish existing ones in Spain, its second largest market after Britain.
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Swedish fashion retailer H&M will cut some 1,500 jobs as part of its cost cutting drive and book a restructuring charge of 800 million Swedish crowns in the fourth quarter, it said today.
Swedish payments company Klarna has said its revenue and gross merchandise volume (GMV) for the year to September were both up 22%, helped mainly by growth in the US and UK markets.