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Fáilte Ireland has confirmed today that 162 international conferences worth €67 million have been secured for Ireland so far this year.
The technology giant has cut off Huawei’s licence to its Android operating system.
Inflation in the eurozone is not at the level the ECB wants it to be, one of the central bank’s policymakers Klaas Knot has said.
Saudi Arabia’s energy minister Khalid al-Falih has recommended “gently” driving oil inventories down at a time of plentiful global supplies, saying that Opec would not make hasty decisions about output ahead of its June meeting.
There is an African proverb that says that when elephants fight, the grass is hit the hardest.
The company has delayed delivery of Boeing 737 MAX aircraft.
UK retail banking customers enjoy the benefits of a highly competitive market which has seen aggressive pressures on mortgage pricing, personal loan pricing, and savings rates.
The Verge has reported that Google has cut off Huawei’s licence.
Despite the relentless rise of Ireland’s coffee culture, we are still the second-largest consumers of tea in the world.
With 900 people from 38 countries coming to Cork next month for a major international wind energy science conference, it is time to focus on the incredible renewable energy resources in the country, according to Cian Desmond.
A Cork company is bringing energy solutions to the Orkney Islands, writes Trish Dromey.
Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe professes to be very proud of his rainy day fund and it is surely good that our Government has a sinking fund from which resources can be drawn should the national roof fall in, or fiscal dry rot develop.
'>A Dutch investment fund with shares in toll roads across the country is set to take a stake in the Ringsend incinerator in Dublin.
An Irishman who was instrumental in bringing Hollywood actor George Clooney to Ireland for the first time claims his business has been the target of hackers since the actor’s visit.
Alex Thomas of The Sexton Single Malt Irish Whiskey tells Sam Wylie-Harris how women can get a foot in the door of this male dominated industry.
'>Kingspan founder and chairman Eugene Murtagh has made €44.5m from selling a tranche of his shares in the company.
'>Shareholders in Irish Ferries-owner Irish Continental Group (ICG) have unanimously backed under-fire chairman John B. McGuckian and supported the group's executive pay policy.
Two students from Cork will travel to the US after winning an intensive executive mentorship programme with the leadership of tech firm Park Place Technologies.
Growth in 2019 could be half of official estimates as the effects of the recent VAT hike and the possibility of a hard Brexit may cost Irish tourism close to €1 billion.
Since its foundation almost a half-century ago, the National Recruitment Federation (NRF) has been tasked with providing support to its membership and promoting professional competence within the industry.