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Some Bank of Ireland customers can not use their debit cards for online and contactless payments today as the bank has imposed restrictions on the cards due to fraud concerns.
Independent News and Media is understood to be finalising a restructuring plan for the business aimed at reducing costs across the group.
Austria has dropped its plan to propose a new member of the European Central Bank's Executive Board as it does not see a suitable spot amid the impending reshuffle of European positions, Bloomberg reports.
Falling fuel prices in December pushed US inflation to its slowest pace in more than a year, masking steady gains in food and shelter costs, the government said today.
Artificial intelligence (AI) was at the centre of the world's largest technology show but must not be used as a "buzzword" to gain attention instead of driving innovation, an industry expert has warned.
The technology on display at CES increasingly involves cars and other vehicles, with the gadget show becoming ever more diverse in the products showcased as a result.
Volkswagen Group said today its passenger car deliveries rose 0.9% last year to a record 10.83 million.
New figures from the Central Bank show that Ireland now has the second highest average interest rate in the euro zone for new mortgages agreed in November.
New figures from the Central Statistics Office show that the number of new cars licensed last year fell by 4.6% while the number of used or imported cars rose by 7.5% to the highest level ever recorded.
The World Bank has warned of "darkening skies" for the global economy, leading it to cut its growth forecast from 3% to 2.9% for 2019.
The ongoing political stalemate at Stormont comes in the middle of the biggest constitutional storm to hit these islands in decades
The UK economy cooled in the three months to November, expanding at its weakest pace in six months as factories suffered from tough global trade conditions ahead of Brexit, official data showed today.
Intel, the giant microchip manufacturer, is to begin preparatory work at its base in Leixlip this month in what is widely seen as a prelude to a significant expansion in capacity there.
British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt has said Brexit might not happen if Theresa May's deal is voted down by the British parliament next week.
BMW said its group sales went up 1.1% on a worldwide basis in 2018 to 2,490,664 vehicles.
Cartier owner Richemont said "yellow vest" protests in France weighed on its sales momentum in the last three months of 2018.
Tokyo prosecutors have indicted former Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn on two new charges of financial misconduct his lawyer said.
A consortium of Virgin Atlantic, Stobart Group and Cyrus Capital Partners agreed to buy UK regional airline Flybe Group for £2.2m.
Oil prices were on track for solid weekly gains today after financial markets were lifted by hopes the US and China may soon resolve their trade disputes, and as OPEC-led crude output cuts started to tighten supply.
Angry investors forced Debenhams chief executive Sergio Bucher off the board yesterday, and the chairman out of the company.