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The B&Q owner is considering axing another 15 stores group-wide and all 19 Screwfix shops in Germany.
Shares in Mincon, the Shannon-based supplier to the mining and oil industries, rose 3.5% after it hailed “excellent” 2018 earnings
Household debt remains at elevated levels but may be partly due to a growing population and an expanding economy, Department of Finance research suggests.
Michael Noonan, the former finance minister, said he is confident Irish exporters will be “able to cope” in the event the UK crashes out of the EU with no Brexit deal.
Germany’s auction of spectrum for 5G mobile networks drew brisk initial bidding with prospective new entrant 1&1 Drillisch submitting bold offers for the frequencies it covets.
Mass-scale ransomware demands will become all the more common, while firms will struggle to repair reputational damage in the event of a cyber attack, Irish cybersecurity experts have warned.
UK supermarket Sainsbury’s and its takeover target Asda have committed to deliver £1bn (€1.1bn) of lower prices annually by the third year after completion of their proposed €8.5bn deal.
It seems increasingly clear that Danske Bank was far from alone in its involvement in one of the world’s biggest money-laundering scandals.
A series of buyout funds including US firms Advent and Blackstone are in talks with advertising group WPP to explore bids for a majority stake in its data analytics unit Kantar.
Online fashion retailer Asos said its new US warehouse struggled to cope with demand in its latest quarter, hitting sales there and adding to challenges in France and Germany.
Forecourt operator Applegreen said it will "continue to evaluate new opportunities" for growth, as an analyst estimated it may have €50m to spend on new acquisitions.
The move further delays Supermacs' application to have its own Supermacs trademark registered Europe-wide to enable the business expand.
'>A fast food chain has announced plans to open 20 restaurants in Ireland over the next four years and create 600 jobs.
'>Last year, Eamon Bradshaw secured a temporary injunction preventing the company from terminating his employment.
OBR member Sir Charlie Bean said it was ‘almost completely impossible’ to predict the full economic impact of a no-deal Brexit.
The Director of Family Business Ireland has said that almost three-quarters of family-owned businesses in Ireland go out of business after five years.
An Irish company has signed a deal worth €10m over five years with a leading private provider of emergency services in Europe.
LVA Chief Executive Donal O'Keeffe says their survey shows the outlook for Dublin is positive.
New mortgage lender Finance Ireland has signalled its plan to make a splash in the market by matching the lowest variable and fixed-rate mortgages from the large banks.
The vast majority of building materials used in the Irish construction sector are either sourced in the UK or enter Ireland through international distributors in Britain and represent a major risk for the industry, according to executives at the National Construction Summit in Citywest last week.