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The company plans to recruit apprentice electricians, mechatronic, electrical, automation engineers and project managers.
Eir has announced the creation of 750 new jobs based in Sligo, Cork and Limerick.
The EU’s top court has ruled that Ireland has infringed EU legislation by allowing cheaper, marked fuel to be sold to the owners of yachts and other leisure craft when it should be restricted to commercial fishermen.
A slowdown in consumer spending growth and caution in the jobs market may be early signs that Brexit concerns are weighing on households and employers, separate surveys suggest.
Ibec has cancelled an event with the Irish Saudi Arabia Business Council due to take place in Dublin today, following an international outcry over the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
The Dublin Port Company has said it will be fully prepared for a hard, or ‘no deal’, Brexit by next March to guard the country’s main port from the effects of the UK crashing out of the EU without any agreed trade deal in place.
Irish banks offer among the lowest rates for savers in Europe, according to a survey by easyMoney.
Irish-owned exploration company United Oil and Gas is planning to begin a farm-out process, aimed at bringing in a partner to help develop a significant licence it holds in the North Sea.
Passenger car registrations in Europe slumped 23% during September after new emissions test rules took hold, reversing gains made in August when car makers were hurrying vehicles out the door to beat the deadline.
The end of London’s long property boom is starting to ripple across the UK’s homebuilders.
Netflix is growing faster than even its most bullish fans on Wall Street predicted, blistering sales soothing doubts about its global prospects and sending its stock higher.
Sir Jon Cunliffe was speaking to the Treasury Committee.
The likes of U2, Hozier and Christy Moore shared in a royalty pay-out bonanza of €28.1m made by the Irish Music Rights Organisation (IMRO) last year.
A couple who claim their home will have to be demolished and rebuilt as a result of allegedly defective cavity wall insulation works has sued the insulation company.
An American multi-national tolling technology company has failed in a High Court challenge to the awarding of the €200m-€400m contract to operate tolls on the M50 and on other roads in Ireland.
New figures from the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor show that Irish women rank 8th in Europe for starting businesses.
President Donald Trump’s representative notified Congress that negotiations with the European Union will begin earlier.
It’s feared that the extra costs could be passed on to the consumer.
Visa’s Irish Consumer Spending Index shows that spending in Ireland went up at a slower rate last month, ahead of the Government's Budget being announced.
It is believed a no-deal Brexit could cost the average Irish household between €900 and €1,400 a year.