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Geely Automobile — which makes Volvo, Geely, Lynk and other cars — surpassed its top three Japanese rivals to become the third-largest carmaker in China, helped by models that appeal to the nation’s young consumers.
The 25% increases come after both sides held their first high-level talks in two months in Washington.
Giant pension firm Pimco sees a 70% chance the world economy enters a recession over the next three to five years as ultra-loose monetary policy from the US to Europe comes to a halt.
As negotiators from the UK and the EU meet in Brussels this week, Brexit is said to be entering its endgame.
Debenhams, the British department store group that has issued three profit warnings this year, said it had recruited a former chief financial officer of Domino’s Pizza to be its new chief finance chief.
Scotland’s large budget deficit shrank in the last financial year to its lowest since 2012 but remained far larger in percentage terms than that of the UK as a whole, Scottish government data showed.
Arriving in Istanbul airport early last week, it was clear that the currency dealers were not going to be out of pocket as the lira crises raged on the back of the Turkish dispute with the US, writes John Whelan.
Papa John’s founder, blocked from the pizza chain’s headquarters amid a deepening dispute with the rest of the board, is betting that franchisees and workers will have his back.
Grafton Group shares rose by over 2% on the back of the builders merchanting business posting better-than-expected first half profits and saying it remains on course to meet full-year growth targets.
Britain's Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt claims support from President Trump for a post-Brexit free trade deal.
The top 10% of earners in Ireland took home a third of all income in 2016, while the bottom 50% of earners took home just one fifth.
Czech carmaker Škoda has unveiled a specially commissioned stained-glass car to celebrate the Pope’s visit to Ireland.
United continue to be strong off the pitch despite their latest loss on it.
The Port of Cork Company and Bantry Bay Port Company have announced a rise in their combined turnover for 2017 when compared to 2016.
The research also found that 45% of respondents see a stigma attached to flexible working hours.
Gaming experts suggest the blurring of the line between reality and the virtual world could lead to games being a key way to sell products.
Around 37,000 Eir customers have been hit by a security breach after a staff laptop was stolen.
Publicans are calling on the Government to reduce the tax we pay on the price of a pint.
Steinhoff International has suspended former chief financial officer Ben La Grange and ex-director Stehan Grobler in the first action taken against executives by the company as part of an ongoing investigation into the retailer group’s finances following an accounting scandal.
Shares in online accommodation booking company Hostelworld plummeted by as much as 11% on a near halving of first half profits and its warning of little or no growth in bookings for the year as a whole.