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The Bank of England governor says ‘it’s not automatic which way policy would go’ if Britain crashes out of EU.
The board of French carmaker Renault has named two new leaders to replace industry veteran Carlos Ghosn, who resigned after weeks of detention in Japan.
Coca Cola is to outsource some of the work at its Drogheda plant.
A Central Bank director said it will not provide an insurance policy to firms for ‘inadequate’ Brexit planning.
The vast majority of small and medium businesses have no experience of dealing with customs and Brexit is going to cause huge problems for them says CEO.
KBC has become the first Irish bank to offer multi-banking.
Mr Ghosn has been detained for more than two months in Japan.
Tom Enders said businesses have repeatedly called for clarity ‘but we still have no idea what is really going on’.
Apple has revealed that it believes climate change will boost iPhone sales.
Procter & Gamble has raised its full-year sales forecast and beat Wall St estimates for quarterly revenue and profit, driven by price increases and robust demand for detergent and premium skincare brands.
Deutsche Bank has said it had received requests for information from regulators and law enforcement agencies around the world that are investigating a money laundering scheme involving Danske Bank.
The oil market is gradually returning to balance as the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) reins in output and the US shale boom slows, according to executives gathered at Davos.
Ma Jie and Kae Inoue Carlos Ghosn’s arrest is triggering a reckoning at the Japanese carmaker he once saved from near bankruptcy, with Nissan reviewing its global operations and relationships with key dealers as part of an expanding investigation into the car titan’s alleged misdeeds.
Sterling rose on investor hopes that MPs will put some sort of brake on the potential slide toward a no deal Brexit in just over two months.
Pension adviser Mercer has stepped up its warning for trustees of Irish pension funds, saying the year ahead promises to be "challenging" for investors amid “tectonic frictions in the global world order”.
The Financial Services Union, which represents banks staff, said there is no sign of a new wave of bank branch closures as banking company Santander said it plans to shut almost a fifth of its branches in Britain and the North by early summer.
Cork Airport is targeting further transatlantic opportunities, while a decision on the future of Waterford Airport is said to be imminent.
Energy company SSE Airtricity hopes to complete the expansion of Ireland's only operational offshore wind farm, and have it working at full capacity as a meaningful energy provider, by the early 2020s.
U2 has received the green light for the band’s visitor centre planned for Dublin’s docklands.
Prior to its collapse, the cake chain employed more than 3,000.