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Global economic data have continued to disappoint in early 2019. This has seen the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) lower its growth forecasts yet again for the world economy.
On the week that traditionally marks the beginning of the Irish tourist season proper, 2019 is already shaping up as a challenging year for this most important of industries.
Sterling falls as Theresa May's plan for third Brexit vote in Commons hits major setback on Bercow ruling
Sterling fell after Prime Minister Theresa May’s plan to present her EU withdrawal deal for a third time to the Commons hit a major speed bump after a ruling by the House of Commons speaker raised further uncertainty about the course that Brexit will take.
Club Suite will be used for long-haul flights from October 1.
Whether it’s for health reasons or a lifestyle choice, quitting alcohol has become a mindful movement.
'>As great as it sounds, a surprise windfall of €100,000, which is a lot of money in anyone’s book, won’t enable you to retire early and go and live on a exotic island.
'>Brexit deal will spark a sustained rally for sterling and stocks
Most would-be-homeowners and existing borrowers have a good knowledge of the costs and types of mortgages, but many are “lured” by cashback offers by banks that may not be the best choice, a survey by a mortgage broker reveals.
Brexit and France’s ‘yellow vest’ protest movement together reduced the number of bottles of French champagne sold in 2016 to its lowest in a year since 2004, according to business group figures.
The share price is down only 7% but the US airline’s chiefs have been found wanting in their handling of the safety questions raised by the Ethiopian crash, writes Kyran Fitzgerald.
Retailers are going through a turbulent period but having risen to the challenge in the toughest of times historically, Adrienne Rodgers is fully convinced they can do so once more.
A Cork-based software consultancy firm are experts in digital transformation, writes Trish Dromey.
Three Ministers are focusing this St Patrick's Day on opening up new markets for Irish companies across three continents.
Shares in Sweden’s H&M, the world’s second-biggest fashion retailer, fell after quarterly sales growth matched forecasts but failed to allay longer-term market concerns over margins and inventory.
Volkswagen and its former chief executive have been sued by the US Securities and Exchange Commission over claims they failed to disclose to investors that diesel vehicles violated emission standards.
Russian businessman Oleg Deripaska, who until recently owned the huge Aughinish Alumina smelter in the Shannon Estuary, has sued the US Treasury Department and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, seeking a US court order lifting sanctions against him.
Pre-tax losses at the Irish arm of logistics firm TNT Express more than doubled to €2.2m last year, after its parent group was hit by “a crippling” cyber-attack.
Irish shares tapped into a cautious upswing in stock markets hopeful that a Brexit deal will get done even if Theresa May fails next week to get her withdrawal deal through the House of Commons, at the third time of asking.
A total of 70 companies have invested in Ireland as a direct result of Brexit, the IDA has said.
The Irish Aviation Authority reported that commercial traffic at the three state airports had climbed by 6.2% (17,996) last month, compared to the same month last year.