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Housebuilder Bellway has shrugged off easing property prices and surging costs to post a hike in profits, but cautioned over a Brexit risk to the peak selling season.
Healthcare company MSD has announced that it will construct a second manufacturing facility at its existing Carlow site.
Andreas Dombret said banks should not ‘fall prey’ to false hope around a transition deal.
Paddy Power Betfair has been fined £2.2m (€2.5m) by Britain's gambling watchdog for a raft of failings including allowing a punter to gamble money stolen from a dogs home.
Sterling held up well despite the crashing of weekend hopes of a breakthrough in the Brexit talks, reflecting belief a deal will be struck in the next few days or months, analysts said.
Analysts see Greencore shares suffering further on investor concern over its growth prospects in the UK.
Introductory mortgages are likely to cost consumers in the long-term but may not automatically be undesirable for some squeezed householders.
Credit Unions have come out on top in a national customer experience survey for the fourth year in a row.
Greencore’s future as a stock market-quoted company is clouded, a leading analyst has claimed.
Providence Resources remains open to carrying out a drilling campaign at its highly-rated Newgrange prospect, off the southwest coast, next year.
TV celebrity chef Martin Shanahan’s Fishy Fishy restaurant in Kinsale posted a profit of €182,833 last year.
Credit unions are the top Irish brands for customer experience even as their bank rivals failed to make the top 50, while Ryanair and the social media giants such as Facebook slumped in the rankings, according to a major survey measuring how Irish shoppers were treated by companies.
Retailer Superdry has joined a growing list of UK fashion shops hit by unseasonably hot weather and other woes, as the company warned that full-year profit would fall short of market expectations, hammering its shares.
It is taking more than 200 days before many firms realise they have had a cybersecurity breach plus another 60 to remedy the damage caused, an expert has said.
Steven Armstrong said a hard Brexit is a ‘red line’ for his company.
A dispute over a commercial property in South County Dublin which a financial fund-appointed receiver wants to sell has been admitted to the fast track Commercial Court list.
First-time buyers are paying almost €157 more for their mortgage each month compared to the European average.
A summary judgment application for €1.7m against former AIB and Central Bank director Bernard Somers in relation to a loan secured on various assets, including his home in Foxrock, Dublin, has been struck out at the Commercial Court after the sides reached an agreement.
The project to break the land speed world record was founded in 2007.
It marks the first major banking sector deal in the UK since the financial crisis.