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Financial technology company TradeIX has announced the creation of 70 new jobs as its expands its global headquarters in Dublin.
A group of more than 100 experts have sounded a pre-election alarm over Indian economic data, accusing Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government of tweaking or burying unwelcoming numbers.
European leaders are considering whether to agree to UK calls for Brexit to be delayed as Theresa May's efforts to build support for her deal at Westminster suffered a fresh setback.
The Bank of Japan today issued a more downbeat assessment of the world's third biggest economy, as a broader global slowdown impacts exports and production.
The US Securities and Exchange Commission has sued Volkswagen and its former chief executive Martin Winterkorn over the German automaker's diesel emissions scandal.
Sterling paused for breath today but stayed on course for its biggest weekly gain in seven weeks.
British MPs have voted overwhelmingly to seek a delay in Britain's exit from the EU, setting the stage for British Prime Minister Theresa May to renew efforts to get her divorce deal approved by parliament next week.
Copper Face Jacks nightclub in Dublin is for sale by private treaty.
Travel software company Datalex has raised €3.86m through a placing of new ordinary shares and has also entered into a conditional €6.14m secured loan facility agreement with its biggest shareholder.
Ryanair's flight schedules will not be affected by the grounding of the Boeing 737 MAX jet, the airline's chief legal and regulatory officer said today.
New figures from the Central Statistics Office show that the economy - as measured by gross domestic product - grew 6.7% in 2018.
The pace of growth in residential property prices slowed again in January, new figures from the Central Statistics Office show.
The number of mortgages in arrears continued to fall in the three months to the end of December, according to new data from the Central Bank.
Consumer prices rose in February on the back of higher rents, mortgages and heating and energy bills, new figures from the Central Statistics Office show.
Around 600 attendees from 26 countries are in Dublin today for the start of a two day conference on agriculture.
The National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) has sold a new tranche of Irish Treasury Bills, worth €500 million, by auction.
European Council President Donald Tusk has said he would ask EU heads of state and government to be open to granting Britain a long extension of Brexit talks if London needs time to rethink its strategy of leaving the EU.
Keep taking the vitamin supplements, writes Economics Correspondent Sean Whelan, there's a lot of drama left in the Brexit soap opera
The boss of Royal Dutch Shell received a mammoth 126% pay rise last year, pocketing €20.1m after higher oil prices boosted profits at the energy giant.
Almost 3,000 Irish people became millionaires last year - and one became a billionaire - on the back of rising asset and property values.