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Premier Foods, the maker of Bisto gravy and OXO cubes, said today that it expects higher full-year profit after online sales jumped 90% in the third quarter.
Disneyland Paris said today it was postponing its reopening by almost two months, to April 2, due to the resurgence of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Online greetings card retailer Moonpig Group has today confirmed plans for its £1.2 billion London listing, targeting a free float of at least 25% of its issued share capital at admission.
Swiss chocolate maker Lindt & Spruengli said it expected to further gain market share this year after consumers fighting Covid frustration with chocolate helped sales recover in the second half of 2020.
4site, a subsidiary of the Indigo Telecom Group Limited, has announced the creation of 100 jobs over the next three years in Limerick.
Logitech International today raised its annual forecasts and reported a more than three-fold jump in quarterly adjusted operating income, benefiting from a pandemic-driven boost in demand for work-from-home products and gaming accessories.
European car registrations dropped in December, declining for the third month in row, industry data showed today.
The High Court has approved a further payment of €3.29m from the State's Insurance Compensation Fund for claims against the collapsed Maltese-registered motor insurer Setanta.
Swiss-Irish baked goods firm, Aryzta, is to cancel the company's secondary share listing on the Euronext Dublin exchange.
A senior Government official has said there is no reason to expect there will be any significant shortages in goods because of ongoing post-Brexit supply chain challenges.
British telecoms operator BT is facing a claim for almost £600m lodged by a consumer campaign group, which says the company failed to compensate fixed-line customers, many of them elderly, for overcharging.
Retailer giant Next is among a host of retail giants aiming to take control of Arcadia as the deadline approaches to snap up the troubled Topshop owner.
460,000 people will receive the Pandemic Unemployment Payment this week - an increase of over 15% in the last seven days, according to the Department of Social Protection.
The European Union will seek an extension to the deadline by which the free trade agreement with the UK must be ratified.
A new report from Lincoln Recruitment reveals that while the business outlook for 2021 remains cautious, there are clear signs of optimism as companies prepare for a post-Covid-19 world.
International fishing vessels are to be allowed land their catches in five additional Irish ports from early next month.
More than 20 trucks were parked on roads near Number 10 Downing Street and the Houses of Parliament in central London to protest against post-Brexit bureaucracy that has stopped the exporting of shellfish to the European Union.
Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe said that Ireland will receive a fair share of the EU's exceptional Covid-19 Recovery and Resilience Facility of €673 billion.
A new survey shows that 71% of employers identify worker well-being as the greatest challenge posed by the remote working environment which has exploded because of the outbreak of Covid-19.