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The retailer said the biggest risk to the business was the likelihood of queues and delays at UK and EU ports.
No explanation was given for their sudden departure.
A Cork life sciences company is looking to commercialise its breakthrough cell detection technology that could revolutionise cancer diagnostics and other research.
No bigger than a shoebox but with outsize potential, Ireland’s first satellite has made a giant leap in its development after successfully completing the first phase of a European Space Agency (ESA) review.
Sunway Travel boss Tanya Airey has confirmed the company’s losses are set to widen this year, due to the “double whammy” of this summer’s heatwave and technical problems related to the firm’s computer system.
Capital funding should be set aside in the budget for restoration of historic buildings, according to a joint submission by Limerick and Dublin Civic Trusts.
The number of domestic-focused companies seeing higher levels of business activity has risen above that of export-orientated companies for the first time since 2012, as Brexit uncertainty tightens.
Irish motorists and homeowners are facing a “bleak winter” with the price of oil reaching a four-year high of $80 a barrel, with the potential to rise to $100 a barrel by the end of the year.
Aer Lingus will roll out a "refreshed brand identity" and a range of new services in January, it has emerged.
The US banking giant is preparing to transfer business from London to its EU entities.
Italian fashion house Versace is rumoured to be close to a sale which would value the company at more than two billion US dollars (£1.53 billion).
Irish law firm Matheson has opened an office in Cork to support its continually growing domestic and international client base in the Munster region.
Comcast has beaten Rupert Murdoch’s 21st Century Fox in the battle for Sky after offering £30.6bn (€26bn) in a dramatic auction to decide the fate of the pay-television group.
There are also concerns over transport infrastructure outside Dublin.
New research from the Real Estate Alliance (REA) shows a slowdown in house prices across the country.
The rates will be 1% less than what's currently on offer, and will be available to both new holders and mortgage switchers.
It blamed an ‘unprecedented’ period of hot weather.
Over 100 new jobs have been created across nine businesses in the Mid-West.
Siro’s plan to transform Irish broadband internet speeds has excited one industry veteran — Vodafone’s Liam O’Brien — like nothing else previously, writes Pádraig Hoare.
As we look back on the decade since the financial crash, many phrases linger in the memory. One of the most telling, and ultimately the most successful in saving the euro, was European Central Bank president Mario Draghi’s 2012 announcement that he would do “whatever it takes” to ensure the survival of the single currency, writes John Daly.