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The fourth annual Europe list recognises 300 people who are making waves in various industries including technology, sport, science, media and entertainment.
Luxury group Kering has hailed a 'remarkable' year after rapid growth on the back of demand for Gucci in Asia and North America.
Snack food manufacturing company Largo Foods has today announced its name change to Tayto Snacks.
The growth of online sales is a worrying reality for the country's retailers.
Live animal exports could be seriously affected if a hard border is created by Brexit.
Nobel laureate Paul Krugman said the US economy may be heading into a recession at a time when the US Federal Reserve doesn’t have the firepower to properly combat a slump.
The companies that run the Channel Tunnel are suing the British government over its award of ferry contracts to handle freight shipments in a no-deal Brexit, just days after one of those contracts, with a startup company that doesn’t own any ships, fell through.
Inflation appears to be re-emerging as a feature of Irish grocery shopping and bringing to an end a long period when consumers benefitted from the slide in the value of sterling against the euro since the Brexit referendum in the summer of 2016.
Just Eat should merge with a rival online meal-delivery company because the board has shown that it can’t find a suitable chief executive, according to Cat Rock Capital Management, which owns about 2% of Just Eat.
Business representative groups feel the Government should go further in its efforts to ease the burden on Brexit-exposed importers by widening the terms of its Vat deferral scheme.
The OECD and IMF have kept their forecasts for the global economy largely intact to date, with just slight downgrades to their projections.
State-owned forestry company Coillte is eyeing a quick return to the wind energy sector, through a potential joint-venture development company with the ESB.
The firm said its fixed network investment programme would provide coverage to another 1.4 million premises with speeds of up to 10 Gbps.
Cork and Galway have received a jobs boost with two indigenous IT companies announcing a combined 95 jobs for the cities.
A High Court ruling clarifying a provision of the Personal Insolvency Acts is good news for a large number of debtors appealing decisions that their applications for court approval of personal insolvency arrangements were made out of time.
The Irish-owned packaging company Zeus officially opened its €15m Dublin premises and announced acquisition of Irish hygiene supply company Essential Solutions.
A landline operator has agreed to cease billing customers for a phone service they never received, the Commercial Court has heard.
Tánaiste Simon Coveney officially opened Glandore's first flexible workspace in Cork City Centre at Lapps Quay, which the company invested €1.5m into.
Dublin Business School (DBS), Ireland's largest independent college, has partnered with leading data science training provider Metis on the college's first internationally delivered live online course, a machine learning module taught live in Dublin by Metis's New York City data science experts.
The book and stationery retailer, Eason, is seeking court approval for a demerger of companies within the group which could lead to some €60m being available for distribution to shareholders from sales from its property portfolio.