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30% of gas customers and 31% of electricity customers feel they don’t have the best deal for their energy.
Workers have gone on strike at Tesco in Sligo today, in what could be the start of a nationwide action.
100 new jobs are set to be created in Dublin by a cyber security firm.
Pessimism about the economic costs of Brexit is weighing on consumers north and south of the border, reports from KBC Bank and accountants RSM has found.
Holiday and airline group Thomas Cook’s shares climbed up to 45% on hopes that it would not need to issue new equity, although its bond prices extended their losses to record lows, amid deepening worries about the UK travel group’s debt.
Revenues at the Irish-owned international nursing recruitment firm TTM Healthcare topped the €50m mark for the first time last year, despite profits falling by nearly 13%.
UK business leaders’ fears about Brexit, border checks, blocked ports and major tailbacks on British roads, has led to a hoarding of goods and demand for warehouse space.
French drugmaker Sanofi, which is a significant employer in Ireland, has told unions that it is planning to cut 670 jobs in France over the next two years.
The process of compensating investors who lost money from the 2011 collapse of investment firm Custom House Capital may not be complete for a number of years, the Investor Compensation Company (ICCL) has warned.
Cairn Homes has lodged planning documentation with An Bord Pleanála signalling its intention to build 619 apartments and three townhouses on the site it purchased from RTE for €107.5m in 2017.
European shares played catch-up with the US by falling for a second day, suggesting the global rout for stock markets is far from over.
The director general of RTÉ has said she is “absolutely” in the role for the long haul as the broadcaster enters the second year of a five-year plan to boost its audience.
Passengers booked on flights which are delayed or cancelled may be entitled to compensation.
Boxset viewers and fans of Irish original content are set for a binge-watching boost as the revamped RTÉ Player is launched before the end of the week.
82% of Irish drivers will consume alcohol over the Christmas period this year, despite the new drink drive regulations introduced this year.
A services firm for the Irish farming, food and agri-business sector is to create 200 jobs around the country over the next three years.
Britain's aviation regulator is taking legal action against Ryanair over its refusal to compensate passengers for strike action.
US stocks plunged as a litany of global concerns wiped out a short-stage rally.
The Druids Glen Hotel, which is currently up for sale, returned to profit last year, new figures show.
Ryanair is ramping up a new subsidiary with weaker labour rights to better compete in eastern Europe, infuriating staff and unions by bypassing concessions granted during a year of industrial strife.