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The Sports Direct boss is said to have spoken with music and entertainment industry figures about a possible rescue deal.
Ryanair has cooled its Brexit rhetoric by saying it does not expect any large-scale flight disruptions to be caused by the UK leaving the EU.
People Before Profit is confident its bill aimed at banning future drilling for oil and gas in Irish waters can still succeed - albeit with certain amendments attached - despite it being cast into political limbo last month.
Dixons Carphone is expected to book another sales slump at its troubled mobile phone division when it reports on its third-quarter performance next week.
Hearing 'earrings' could be the new fashion trend.
Around 700 jobs at Aughinish Alumina in Limerick are safe for now following a US senate vote to allow sanctions on its owner to be lifted — but the political fallout is not over after the House of Representatives voted the opposite way.
The ECB is expected to wait until the fourth quarter to raise its deposit rate, later than thought just a month ago, according to economists who also said the chances of a eurozone recession have grown.
The performance of the no-frills Travelodge chain of budget hotels contributed to four-fold increase in pre-tax profits at hotel operator Tifco in 2017.
Shares in Europe's leading so-called low fares airlines rallied after a profit warning from market leader Ryanair sent them into an initial nosedive.
The changing nature of work will bring great opportunities but also risks, Ibec has said ahead of a UCC and CIT-partnered conference.
Irish Equity’s members rely on the open Irish border and often collaborate on productions across the island.
In a significant ramping up of its activities to protect Irish tourism ahead of Brexit, Fáilte Ireland will invest €5 million to support the sector.
The company’s founder and CEO Elon Musk warned of a difficult road ahead.
EAST Cork food and retail businesses are making huge cost savings and having positive impacts on the environment and staff morale thanks to Savour Food, a new food waste reduction programme.
Ryanair expects its profits for the year to come in 10% lower than expected.
More than 1,500 new jobs in Dublin are expected to be announced by a US software company today.
The construction industry is predicted to grow by 20% this year.
Aughinish Alumina workers in Limerick will be “mightily relieved” after the US Senate backed the US Treasury Department’s decision to lift sanctions on companies linked to Russian billionaire OlegDeripaska.