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Merger plans by pharmaceutical giants who are based in Ireland always raise alarm bells.
The US Federal Reserve raised interest rates last night and said it was keeping the core of its plan to tighten monetary policy intact even as central bank officials said they would likely slow the pace of further rate increases next year.
Credit ratings agency S&P still expects the ECB to raise interest rates for the first time in eight years next September, despite growing sentiment of late that no rate rise is likely until the very end of 2019 at the earliest.
An international criminal investigation into Danske Bank has led to the first group of bankers being apprehended, and prosecutors say more will probably follow.
Aughinish Alumina’s parent company is Russian. It employs over 600 people.
NTR has made a move into the French renewable energy market with the purchase of two wind farm projects for a combined investment of over €35m.
Pharmaceutical companies GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) and Pfizer have said that it is too early to say what the implications are for their Irish staff after a partnership between the firms to create a €10.85bn consumer health division.
The Irish subsidiary of video game giant Electronic Arts was fully entitled to dismiss one of its directors, the High Court has heard.
The horse breeding business owned by Olympic show jumping medalist, Cian O'Connor enjoyed profits of €1.365m last year.
An international lobby group for sustainable fishing has accused ministers across Europe of ensuring overfishing will continue as a result of the 2019 Annual Fisheries Negotiations which concluded early today.
A bank was entitled to appoint a receiver to take possession of the Diep Le Shaker restaurant on Dublin's on Pembroke Lane, over default on a €1.16m mortgage secured on the premises, the High Court has ruled.
The British Irish Chamber of Commerce has warned of the dangers a ‘no deal’ Brexit will have for business and trade between the UK and Ireland.
The Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has rejected an opposition claim that he is "Roll-over Leo" when it comes to Anglo bondholders.
The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants have warned that those who don't invest their Christmas bonus into their pension risk losing a large portion of it to taxation.
Policymakers may look to keep the door open for a hike next year if a Brexit deal is agreed.
Last weekend, on the penultimate Saturday before Christmas, there was a weather warning which Retail Excellence claim made shoppers stay at home.
The combined business will have sales of around €11bn and bring together Glaxo’s brands such as Sensodyne and Panadol and Pfizer’s Advil and Centrum.
Ireland's competitiveness is facing significant losses as the economy heats up and the cost of living continues to rise.
Plans by Irish Ferries to no longer run a ferry between Rosslare and France are being described as a "big blow".
A breakthrough UK agreement that will allow Irish trucks carrying goods to the Continent pass freely on British roads is not a “panacea” for all the ills of a hard Brexit.