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Philips shares fell to the lowest level in seven years after the company missed earnings expectations and warned trade wars and Brexit will weigh on its business.
The price of crude oil has fallen to a five-week low as Saudi Arabia backed away from using its oil wealth as a diplomatic hammer and record US production showed no signs of significantly slowing.
Virgin Group say he is leaving the role due to ‘the increased commitment of time the position now requires’.
Vodafone Ireland has been fined €2,000 for unsolicited marketing calls to customers.
Businessman Peter White and members of his family are being sued over the alleged non-payment of commercial loans and alleged debts now amounting to over €5.6m.
Judgement has been reserved at the Supreme Court on an appeal over whether An Bord Pleanála breached its obligations in how it approved the first phase of tech giant Apple’s planned €850m data centre in Co Galway.
The law was “radically misapplied” by An Bord Pleanála in the way it granted permission for the first phase of tech giant Apple’s planned €850m data centre in Athenry, Co Galway, the Supreme Court has heard.
The increased processing of wood, oil, gas, metals and other materials ‘will worsen pollution and contribute significantly to climate change’.
Jobs.ie is encouraging people who are looking for Christmas jobs to "begin their search now".
Dr Martens has notched up rising full year sales and profits after the iconic footwear brand was boosted by its performance in Europe.
The TURAS NUA 'JobPath' programme says it has found jobs for 20,000 long-term unemployed.
Ryanair said profits dropped to €1.20 billion euro on September 30 2018.
Cork is fast becoming one of Europe’s most active and growing tech regions with 29,000 employees, adding to rapid growth in Ireland’s technology industry.
On one Kremlin trip, we spotted two Orthodox nuns praying over the tomb of Soviet dictator Stalin. Most Russians suffered under the Vozhd but still utter his name with reverence.
If the tax year had a harvest season, we are in the middle of it. The October budget is immediately followed by the publication of the Finance Bill.
Statutory watchdog, the Irish Fiscal Advisory Council (IFAC) plans to press home a warning for the Government to stop funding its spending overruns by tapping the country’s huge bounty of corporate tax receipts, in its post-budget analysis to be published next month.
An increase in Italy’s bond-yield spread is a risk for its domestic banks and is adding to tensions in the financial system, according to cabinet undersecretary Giancarlo Giorgetti.
Reading Academy Online is tackling dyslexia and other reading problems, writes Ruth Doris
Whether one is a nation, an individual, or a corporation, it does not do to enter a tougher environment without the financial wherewithal and without a plan, writes Kyran Fitzgerald
Sooner or later, a downturn in our economy will come calling. It is the repayment that comes after times of plenty.
Andreas Hauschild is accused of trying to influence Euribor levels.