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Bitcoin tested 15-month highs, yesterday, after jumping more than 10% over the weekend, with analysts ascribing the spike to growing optimism over the adoption of cryptocurrencies after Facebook unveiled its Libra digital coin.
Lufthansa has adjusted its dividend policy and unveiled a revamp of its money-losing Eurowings arm in a bid to soothe investor worries a week after issuing a second profit warning this year.
Communications firm Edelman has promoted Emma Williams, Jennifer Hyland and David Callaghan, who have been appointed as directors on foot of significant new business wins.
UCC’s head of the College of Medicine and Health, Professor Helen Whelton, is the 2019 recipient of the Distinguished Scientist H. Trendley Dean Memorial Award.
Renewable energy groups have urged the Government to better incentivise companies to invest in offshore wind projects in Irish waters.
Irish mineral exploration company Arkle Resources could dilute its share in the highly-rated Stonepark zinc project in Limerick.
'>An appeal by Eir against several decisions by the Commissioner for Communications Regulation (ComReg) concerning the firm's obligations to provide certain essential services has been admitted to the fast-track commercial court list.
Property investment fund Green Reit has said it is "pleased" with how its sales process is progressing and with the level of interest shown in the business and its assets.
Last week saw an array of comments from various central bankers trigger further strong gains in financial markets, with bond yields in Europe reaching all-time lows and the main stock market in the US hitting all-time highs.
'>A legal action against former Anglo Irish Bank executive Thomas Browne has been listed for hearing in the Commercial Court for April next year.
Farmers claim a proposed new EU-South America trade deal could be the straw that breaks the camel's back for Ireland's agriculture industry.
The tax-payer is set to splurge just over €350,000 on new bespoke, tailored uniforms for staff at Leinster House and Áras an Uachtaráin.
Single houses represented almost 1,100 out of a total of 4,275 of new dwellings in the first quarter, according to CSO figures.
Barbara-Anne Richardson says Heineken’s decade-long commitment to being a sustainable and green brewer is what convinced her to join the firm, writes Pádraig Hoare
'>More than two-thirds of consumers are bracing for rent hikes and house prices to rise in the next 12 months, while some businesses are holding back on activity as ongoing global uncertainty continues.
It is now a decade since the publication of the infamous bitcoin white paper, ‘Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System’, and the launch of the bitcoin blockchain.
The courts will continue to play an important role as a brake on the actions of developers as shown by one Kildare farmer’s long-running legal tussles with the IDA, says Kyran Fitzgerald
Pestle & Mortar CEO Sonia Deasy tells Trish Dromey about the company’s big expansion plans
The board of Dublin Port Company has again strenuously denied any impropriety over credit card expenditure and said it was happy to face TDs and senators over its governance at an Oireachtas Transport Committee hearing.
Apple has joined Dell, Microsoft, HP and Intel in opposing US President Donald Trump’s proposed tariffs on laptop computers and tablets among the $300bn (€268bn) in Chinese goods targeted for a 25% tariff increase on July 2 when the consultation period for public comment ends.