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Morrisons today beat forecasts with a 9% rise in first half profit after Britain's fourth biggest supermarket group delivered its best quarterly sales performance for nine years.
Gambling firm GVC Holdings said it had identified an extra £30m in cost savings from its £4 billion purchase of Ladbrokes Coral as it reported solid half year results and a surge in revenue in July and August.
The European Central Bank looks all but certain today to firm up plans to end bond purchases this year and raise interest rates next autumn.
Legal & General has closed a deal to insure £4.4 billion of British Airways' historic pensions liabilities, the insurer said today.
Apple has broken many records over the 42 years of its colourful history.
Sports Direct has officially ruled out a takeover bid for Debenhams after an outgoing director of the sportswear firm said the board had discussed combining the department store group with House of Fraser.
John Lewis's first-half profit slumps 99%
The Government is to launch the new Land Development Agency, which it says will co-ordinate State owned lands for regeneration and development, and open up sites for the provision of housing.
A report into the effort to introduce domestic water charges has identified a number of policy failings that doomed the plans of the last government.
Apple has launched a suite of three new iPhones, including a less expensive lower spec model, as it aims to broaden demand for its smartphones across a wider market.
The Central Bank's Deputy Governor Ed Sibley has said the associated human cost of the financial crisis was "immense".
Eir has said the root cause of the problem that was causing a mobile outage has been identified and service to customers has been restored.
A new report suggests that an extra €18.6 billion over the next 15 years could be added to the economy if Dublin Airport was developed as an airport hub.
EU lawmakers have today agreed on a common position on copyright reforms ahead of talks with the 28 EU countries on legislation to force the likes of Google and Facebook to share revenues more fairly with Europe's creative industries.
Ryanair believes there is a growing risk that Britain will fail to secure an agreement on its exit from the European Union.
Production at factories in the euro zone dropped in July for a second consecutive month and by more than expected, official data released today shows.
BoyleSports has today opened its 250th shop in Kilcullen in Co Kildare.
The European Commission has recommended changes to banking supervision following a series of high-profile money laundering cases.
This Saturday will see the first Start Summit, a one-day event aimed at getting would-be start-ups off the ground.
The Irish arm of Mondelez - the international group whose brands include Cadbury and Kraft - has warned that the trading environment here continues to be challenging and that it was hit last year by commodity and foreign exchange headwinds.