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Facebook has got a provisional date on December 19th for its unprecedented Supreme Court appeal aimed at halting a referral to the European Court of Justice concerning the validity of EU-US data transfer channels.
The imprisoned boss of a fundraising platform business at the centre of an investigation into the alleged misappropriation of €3.8m in charity donations intends to contest High Court orders freezing his assets.
Stephen Kavanagh will be succeeded by Sean Doyle, director of network, fleet and alliances at British Airways.
Tech stocks, which were hit hard on Wednesday, fell slightly in early trading.
Ryanair has launched its Ireland Summer 2019 schedule with 15 new routes including exciting connections such as Dublin to Gothenburg and Thessaloniki, Cork-Malta and Shannon-Ibiza.
The BBC has previously announced pay cuts for some of its male stars.
100 new jobs have been announced for Sligo as US tech company Overstock.com is expanding its European base in the county.
Business leaders fear the economy is likely to crash in the next five years.
Investors are wary of possible further US interest rate hikes.
Owners of older cars are facing paying higher insurance, despite holding recent NCT certificates, the managing director of an online broker has said.
Despite facing Europe’s worst financial crises since the crash and a surge in its sovereign bond yields, Italian mortgages are still about a third less expensive than those in Ireland, new official figures show.
There has been a huge surge in credit union members sending money to relatives in the UK since the Brexit referendum, according to a report by a foreign exchange specialist.
The only data centre in Munster has doubled in size, as part of a €6m investment that it says will be a “catalyst for Cork’s transition to 5G”, the next evolution of mobile device technology.
Whitbread intends to return a significant majority of net cash proceeds to shareholders.
A large cut in the Vat rate for publishers of news websites and no change to the rate for printed newspapers has been hailed by the industry group for national newspapers.
Swedish furniture giant Ikea has poured cold water on plans for a third Irish store in Cork, saying it has "no plans at present" for another and is concentrating on further developing its Ballymun facility.
Mr Justice Phillips had previously been told the dispute had been settled.
Chief executive Johan Lundgren said ‘weaker players’ face increasing pressure due to fuel price rises.
Data shows incidents have at least doubled during Mr Carney’s term as Governor.
The winners of the Irish Pubs Global awards were revealed last night in the Galmont Hotel, Galway.