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Danske Bank's chief executive rejected calls in 2013 to scale back business at the bank's Estonian branch, the Financial Times has reported.
UK pub chain J D Wetherspoon full-year profit rose 16.5% as it saw more customers during the football World Cup and a record heatwave.
The Chief Justice of Ireland has issued a warning about the impact of a no-deal Brexit on the international legal system.
RTÉ's Europe Editor Tony Connelly and Deputy Foreign Editor Colm Ó Mongáin look at turbulent week of Brexit politics in the UK and the preparations being made by the Port of Rotterdam.
Volkswagen has announced that it will end production of its iconic "Beetle" cars in 2019 following a pair of final editions of the vehicle.
The head of the online retail giant, Amazon is launching a $2 billion fund to help homeless families and create a network of non-profit preschools in low-income communities.
The Convention Centre Dublin has reported an operating profit of €4.9 million in 2017, and the company said this year is on course to be the most profitable year since opening in 2010.
Sky has paid the Commission for Communications Regulation a penalty after an investigation found that Sky failed to provide some of its customers on distance contracts with a cooling off period.
Dublin-based IT firm Logicalis is to invest €1m in its business over the next two years, creating 25 jobs.
The Convention Centre Dublin has reported operating profits of €4.9m for last year, a decrease from its operating profits of €5.59m in 2016.
Britain has said that in the event of a no-deal Brexit scenario, Irish citizens would continue to have the right to enter and remain in the UK.
Turkey's central bank today surprised markets with a bigger than expected rate hike to battle soaring inflation and boost the lira, prompting the embattled currency to surge in value.
There could be two time zones on the island of Ireland from October 2019, under a proposal announced yesterday by the European Commission.
The country's gross domestic product rose by 2.5% in the second quarter compared to the first to stand 9% higher than a year ago, new Central Statistics Office figures show.
The Bank of England kept interest rates on hold today and highlighted greater financial market concerns about Brexit, a month after raising rates for only the second time in more than a decade.
New figures show that consumer prices rose by 0.7% in August compared to the same time last year due to higher rents and an increase in the price of home heating oil, electricity and gas.
When news agency Storyful opened in Dublin in 2010, it took on the onerous task of validating some of the seemingly endless stream of content coming from social media platforms like Twitter.
Ryanair will seek to minimise disruption to passengers by cancelling a small number of flights in advance if cabin crew in five countries go through with a threat of further strike action this month.
The National Treasury Management Agency has today auctioned €1 billion of 10-year bonds, as it bids to close in on its minimum fund raising target for the year.
US private equity firm Apollo Global Management has agreed to acquire Ireland's second-largest hotel chain Tifco in a deal said to be worth up to €600 million.