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Strong demand for AstraZeneca's new drugs - especially those for cancer - drove a return to sales growth in the third quarter and the drugmaker said it now anticipated years of sustained improvement.
Kernel Capital and Suir Valley Ventures has invested a total of €2.25m in Dundalk based cybersecurity firm Nova Leah.
Toshiba is liquidating its British nuclear power unit and selling its US liquefied natural gas (LNG) business, as the once-mighty industrial conglomerate seeks to unload troubled assets and regain investors' confidence.
Most property market professionals expect house prices to continue to increase - albeit at a slower pace than in recent years.
Precarious work is causing hardship to workers and their families, and reinforcing inequality, insecurity and deprivation in the workforce, according to the latest research from the Think tank for Action on Social Change.
Sainsbury's, Britain's second biggest supermarket group that has agreed to take over smaller rival Asda, beat forecasts with a 20% increase in first half profit.
Electric carmaker Tesla said Robyn Denholm, currently CFO at Australian telecoms operator Telstra, will replace Elon Musk as its chair.
French bank Société Générale said its third quarter profits had beaten expectations with a 32% jump in earnings buoyed by a capital gain and higher overall revenues.
Permanent TSB has said that its business and financial performance continues in line with its expectations.
A senior UK Cabinet minister has said it would not be normal for the Prime Minister to publish the Attorney General's Brexit legal advice, as demanded by Tory Eurosceptics, the DUP and some opposition MPs.
Ryanair and its Chief Executive Michael O'Leary are being sued in New York by a shareholder accusing the airline of defrauding its investors, and inflating its share price by overstating its ability to manage its labour relations and keep costs down.
The chances of sealing a deal on Britain's withdrawal from the European Union this month are fading, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar said today.
Central Bank Deputy Governor Sharon Donnery has lost out in the race to become the next chair of the ECB's banking supervision arm.
BMW has beefed up its logistics to include air freight options as part of contingency plans to prepare itself for Britain's exit from the European Union, chief executive Harald Krueger said today.
Golden Discs have announced the opening of three new stores this month, with plans to open more stores in response to demand for vinyl.
Twenty-First Century Fox reported a jump in profits in the past quarter as the conglomerate controlled by Rupert Murdoch said it was on track to complete a key asset sale and launch a slimmed-down media group.
New research from the Central Bank shows that price was the most important factor for consumers when choosing their motor insurance.
Dublin's newest hotel - Clayton Hotel Charlemont - is set to open its doors on the banks of the Grand Canal this November.
SIRO, the telecoms joint venture between the ESB and Vodafone, is getting a new chief executive.
Ireland's food service market is set to grow by 6.1% this year, according to a new report by Bord Bia - with the industry in line to reach a value of €8.2 billion.