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The automotive giant has signalled plans to close its Swindon site by 2021.
Revenue has hailed progress in contacting exporters and importers as part of the Government’s plans to prepare for Brexit.
Troy Studios in Limerick said it is in talks to secure another major TV or film production after its first big-budget contract, Nightflyers, was cancelled by its US producers.
The long-mooted national broadband plan (NBP) will take up to 10 years to roll out even if started today, a broadband expert has claimed.
Shares in foods giant Glanbia surged 13% as it eyes €400m in further acquisitions on the back of better than anticipated results for 2018.
Whether a visionary strategy or a happy accident that people are more health and food conscious than ever before, Glanbia is reaping the benefits of a turn in consumer trends in the past decade.
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has accused People Before Profit TD Bríd Smith of "getting it wrong" with her Climate Emergency Measures bill, which targets a ban on future oil and gas drilling in Irish waters.
Next week at Mobile World Congress, the Seamless Air Alliance will reveal progress on its mission toward enabling the next generation of inflight connectivity.
Carlos Ghosn has twice sought and failed to gain release on bail after his November 19 arrest.
Food group Glanbia has reported greater-than-expected growth of 9% in adjusted earnings per share to 91 cent in its results for 2018.
Air France and KLM have reached a compromise on tightening ties between the airlines, ending a power struggle that had alarmed the Dutch government, staff and shareholders.
The regional airline confirmed a proposal from a consortium including Mesa Airlines of Arizona and South African hedge fund Bateleur Capital.
The banking giant also posted a 13% increase in annual profits.
Nearly 350,000 square metres of office space was taken up in Dublin last year.
European chocolate lovers are about to get an injection of Japanese culture, as Nestle’s green-tea matcha KitKat launches across the continent.
Sterling rose as traders looked for progress in Brexit talks that British prime minister Theresa May will hold in Brussels this week, while relatively strong UK labour market data helped sentiment towards the currency.
Ren Zhengfei said the world needs Huawei because of its technological advances.
There is some evidence that Brexit uncertainty is slowing jobs growth, while Dublin still attracts the lion’s share of the new jobs, according to chief economist at KBC Bank.
Kerry Group expects the UK to leave the EU in an orderly manner but has warned its earnings growth could be damaged by wavering consumer demand in Britain, as a consequence of Brexit.
Germany and France have launched a drive to overhaul the European Union's competition rules to facilitate the creation of world-leading companies.