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Donald Trump reportedly wants to buy Greenland, the world’s biggest island.
Republicans and independents in the US are losing faith in the economy at the steepest rates of Donald Trump’s presidency, signaling more trouble for his efforts to make economic growth a centrepiece of his re-election campaign.
Apple’s and the Government’s €13bn battle with the EU reaches the European courts next month at the start of a process set to throw light on Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager’s crackdown on tax deals doled out to big companies.
The Government will consider introducing rules around the right to disconnect from work, according to the Minister for Business.
'>New accounts filed by Metropolitan Films International and subsidiaries show the group received almost €25.5m last year, and €37.5m in Section 481 film tax credits in 2017.
'>A sharp rebound for Irish bank shares capped a week in which global stock markets were haunted by the threat of global recession, sparking a flight by investors from shares to government bonds.
Richard Bruton, the Climate Action and Environment Minister, recently described the Government’s Climate Action Plan as “ambitious but realistic”.
There was universal praise for the deal getting closer to completion, but also calls for full transparency in the final bid.
'>Ted Baker has dumped Debenhams for high street rival Next as its fashion partner for selling its children’s range of clothing and accessories.
A temporary unpaid lay off of the workforce will continue while potential commercial deals to save the shipyard are assessed.
The airline said Rupert Hogg resigned on Friday ‘to take responsibility’ following ‘recent events’.
'>The fashion retailer has announced plans to open a new outlet and warehouse in Castlebar.
The Official Receiver will now look to conclude a sale of the insolvent business in the coming weeks to Turkey’s armed forces pension fund.
Representatives from SIPTU will meet with liquidators of Avara Shannon Pharmaceutical Services at the Workplace Relations Commission today.
'>China’s Lenovo, the world’s largest PC maker, warned it will have to raise product prices if US tariffs increase, sending its shares tumbling 6.5% to two-month lows.
'>Asda, the British supermarket arm of US retail giant Walmart (WMT N), said uncertainty surrounding Brexit was affecting its customers as it eked out a small rise in second quarter sales, helped by the later timing of Easter this year.
'>Carlsberg has posted a solid rise in half-year sales, thanks to Asian markets, where consumers are trading up from mainstream beers to pricier premium brands, lifting its shares by as much as 5%.
'>The pressure on Britain’s store owners has been highlighted starkly in new figures showing almost one fifth of all shopping last month was done online.
Hong Kong’s corporate elite have come off the sidelines to oppose the violent protests that have disrupted businesses in the city and slashed billions of dollars off their market value.
General Electric (GE) fell the most in four months after a prominent whistleblower working with a short-seller accused the company of masking financial problems.