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Car giant Ford has warned that leaving the European Union without a deal next month would be "catastrophic" for the UK's auto industry.
Premier Inn owner Whitbread has unveiled plans to return another £2 bn (€2.28bn) to investors following its Costa Coffee sale and slash costs by a further £220m (€251m).
Women must be ready to seize opportunities and promotions and take for State board positions, the president of women’s business organisation Network Ireland has said.
Financial services firm secures injunction against EBS over purported termination of agreement to operate EBS branches
A financial services company has secured a High Court injunction preventing EBS from terminating an agency agreement to operate three of the building society's branches until the full dispute has been resolved.
Imagine Communications has announced its plans to bring high-speed broadband to 1 million homes and businesses across Ireland within the next 18 months.
Cork-headquartered cybersecurity firm Smarttech247 has become the first Irish company to win IBM’s Beacon Award for Outstanding Security Solution in California.
Ireland has experienced the largest reduction in industrial production when compared to other European Union countries, new data shows.
Shares in Irish-founded Tullow Oil rose more than 4% as it reported its first annual net profit in five years.
A study carried out by Visa's Irish Consumer Spending Index showed that people have not been spending as much.
Inflation last month fell to 1.8% from 2.1% in December.
Dublin's iconic new 'Reflector' building has just gone on the market for €155m.
Firms and communities risk being ‘hung out to dry’ over Brexit uncertainty, BCC warns.
Shares of Electronic Arts (EA) jumped after the video game maker said 25 million players signed up for its new battle royal game Apex Legends.
Investors are riding helter-skelter markets — causing headaches as they try to figure out whether Goldilocks is back or recession is nigh.
Some UK shares were rattled as investors contemplated the latest political set-piece at Westminster in the countdown to Brexit.
Shannon Airport is suffering because of the dominant position of Dublin Airport, Limerick economists have said.
Private investors willing to put funds into Waterford Airport will not "hang around while the Government licks their pencils and commission further reports" into making a business case to revitalise the facility.
A friend of mine was discussing work recently. He was observing the challenges and opportunities associated with the chronic commuting times that many people have to endure around Dublin.
Mark Carney also warned about the slowing Chinese economy, protectionism and de-globalisation.
Kerrygold have announced a new advertising campaign that is expected to reach 36m people across the globe.