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E-cigarette maker Juul Labs, based in San Francisco, is working on a plan to regulate but not ban e-cigarette sales.
BMW plans to increase sales of electric and plug-in hybrids by 30% every year until 2025 to help meet incoming stringent emission regulations in the EU, prompting the carmaker to accelerate the rollout of battery models.
Nissan pledged to put more focus on mending its troubled two-decade alliance with Renault as the Japanese carmaker’s boisterous shareholders voted to give the French partner more say over its future.
Facebook’s fledgling cryptocurrency is facing mounting scrutiny as European central bankers and regulators have now demanded more detail on the social media giant’s Libra project.
Costas Pitas, Andy Bruce and Guy Faulconbridge Britain’s car industry has called for the country’s next prime minister to secure a Brexit deal which keeps frictionless trade with the EU, warning a no-deal exit risked billions of pounds in tariffs and border disruption which could cripple the sector.
Charlotte Ryan Sterling will tumble to levels not seen since 2017 against the euro as Brexit turmoil outweighs a dovish ECB, according to analysts.
'>British floor covering retailer Carpetright plans to close down some of its Irish stores after seeing a 5.5% drop in sales here over the past year.
'>Drugmaker Allergan has said it remains "committed to Ireland" despite agreeing to be bought by US rival AbbVie in a $63bn (€55.3bn) deal.
Last week two Irishmen, who are leaders in the world of aviation, made decisions that will have profound consequences for air travel worldwide.
'>Mr Donohoe and his officials will prepare this year's budget with two clear and differing scenarios in mind. One in the case a deal is reached and one where Britain leaves the EU without a deal.
Philip Rattle of August Equity LLP has obtained a High Court order aimed at establishing who is behind a social media account he claims is being used to smear his reputation.
Denis Fogarty has been appointed as senior account manager with National Business Machines (NBM) in Cork, a Xerox concessionaire and provider of printers and software packages.
Deirdre O’Donovan has been appointed as the new head of security operations and police at Cork Airport.
There are now over 2.3 million people working in Ireland, according to figures released by the Central Statistics Office.
Kerry Foods is planning to close its factory in the UK town of Burton-on-Trent - a move that will lead to 900 job losses.
Chef Collab will be at Olivo restaurant at the Cork Airport Hotel in July and five Cork chefs have been chosen to take part.
Customers of the utility company will now receive rebates of £61 over the next five years as part of the penalty package.
Weak German economic data and a profit warning from Daimler impacted European stock markets as investors reined in any bets on a fourth week of gains before G20 meetings that may see more trade talks between the US and Chinese presidents.
Elements within the construction industry who are owed money have in the past turned to helping themselves when it comes to recovering debts, the Circuit Civil Court heard when an interim examiner was appointed to a Co Dublin machinery rental company.
Daimler shares fell as much as 5% after the German automaker cut its profit forecast for the third time in 12 months, saying it was setting aside hundreds of millions of euros to cover a regulatory crackdown on diesel emissions.