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The chief executive of the IDA has said that the high cost of housing in the capital is not impacting on the flow of overseas investment into Dublin.
Porsche has not had any diesels in its range since February.
The transformation of the digital world will be in the spotlight in Washington DC next month when Irish firm, Smarttech247 brings its cybersecurity event to the heart of the US capital.
The bank was taken out of public hands in May 2017.
The US firm’s winning bid was £17.28 per share, beating Fox’s £15.67 offer.
US President Donald Trump has continued to hit out at China days after announcing another round of tariffs, signalling the trade war won’t end any time soon.
Oil prices rose ahead of a meeting of Opec and other large crude exporters that will focus on production increases, as US sanctions restrict Iranian exports.
Musgrave is ‘open’ to increasing the number of Donnybrook Fair stores but has stopped short of saying whether it wants to expand its newest subsidiary brand outside the greater Dublin area.
Uber Technologies is in early talks to buy food-delivery company Deliveroo for several billion dollars, according to sources.
Geoff Percival Irish forecourt operator Applegreen has said it has “a good pipeline” of further development opportunities in both its service area sites and petrol filling stations
The vast majority of mobile phones sold on the Irish market fail to meet internationally recognised quality standards for downloading data.
Greencoat Renewables has made its 10th acquisition since forming early last year, with the €10.9m purchase of the 9.2-megawatt Knocknalour wind farm in Wexford.
The UK bank is looking for a candidate to replace former chief executive Paul Pester.
Beijing warned Washington would ‘take the consequences’ of the move.
One of Dublin's premium food store chains has been sold.
Customers started reporting problems at around 5am today but the bank later said it has resolved them.
Applegreen has reported a rise in group revenue of 27% to €855m for the first six months of the year to the end of June.
The ADAPT Centre for Digital Content Technology will lead the new five million euro programme.
All consumer brands under the RBS umbrella were facing service outages.
Italy's competitions watchdog has launched an inquiry into Ryanair's plans to charge passengers to take luggage on the plane.