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The news comes as the US arm of the chain celebrates a financial turnaround.
The Prudential Regulation Authority has launched a consultation paper on new regulations.
There has been a 10% increase in property sales to buyers from the UK over the last year, a new survey has found.
The sandwich-maker said the division was being snapped up by American snacks company Hearthside Food Solutions on a cash and debt-free basis.
The US giant, which began as a mail order catalogue in the 1880s, has struggled in the fiercely competitive retail climate in recent years.
According to reports, the 5% fee the website takes from each donation will be scrapped on appeals for emergency fundraising.
As financial technology startups continue to revolutionise the industry, an Irish fintech company is looking to “democratise finance”.
A friend who travelled to Las Vegas last week, for the Conor McGregor MMA fight, brought back a tale almost as interesting as the pugilistic drama that unfolded.
The two themes of the Africa Ireland Economic Forum — agri-business and women in business — resonated with the wide range of African and Irish businesses which gathered in the Convention Centre in Dublin last week.
Italy should abide by European budget rules and must settle its differences with Brussels over higher state spending in talks with the EU’s executive, a senior IMF official has said.
More than €360m worth of trade between Ireland and the UK is at immediate risk from a no-deal Brexit, one of the country’s drinks industry umbrella bodies has warned.
Chairman Luke Johnson pledged up to £20 million in new loans on Friday to rescue the company from collapse and saved around 2,800 jobs.
The chief executive of Malin Corporation is to leave the company a year after taking the job. The State-backed investment company is active in the drug development and life sciences sectors. Adrian Howd, who stepped up from being Malin’s chief investment officer to become CEO last October, will leave the company on October 26.
Women outperforming men in universities are seeing “the wheels fall off in work” because of the “glacial pace in getting to equality”.
The expansion of the Avoca brand contributed to operating profits at parent company Aramark Ireland more than doubling to €7.76m last year.
European stocks failed to stage a recovery yesterday, posting their worst week since a market correction last February as a new sell-off hit bourses across the globe, amid worries about protectionism and fast-rising US interest rates.
More than a third of Irish businesses are at risk of going bust in less than two years due to a failure to innovate and keep step with digital, technological and regulatory advances, a new study has claimed.
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has paid its first dividend since a 2008 British government bailout, rewarding around 190,000 shareholders with a 2p per share payout.
Siddharth Cavale Citigroup has reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit, helped by lower expenses, higher bond trading revenue and strength in its consumer banking business in Mexico.
The company also plans to raise new funds by issuing shares.