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The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland has announced details of its 2019 funding allocation under its Sectoral Learning & Development and Sponsorship funding initiative.
IT service provider Version 1 has announced the opening of its Munster headquarters in Cork city centre, creating 40 specialist IT jobs for the region.
Official figures show the UK economy slowed sharply in the final quarter of last year as uncertainties over Brexit intensified.
The Association of Chartered Certified Accounts (ACCA) has said that the European Union (EU) should transfer the 80% tax tariffs that it would receive from goods imported into Ireland from the UK if there is a no-deal Brexit scenario.
Drogheda in County Louth has been identified as one of Europe's emerging 'micro-cities'.
Gold broker GoldCore has just transported what is believed to be the largest movement of gold bullion into Ireland amid concerns over Brexit.
A strong capital city, regional growth and maintaining the Irish-American business relationship is key to ensure long-term growth in the Irish economy.
Concerns about a hard Brexit has seen the highest rate of savers since 2010 in the border midlands region.
Uncertainty remains the main concern for the freight, distribution and logistics sector as Brexit Day, on March 29, gets ever closer, writes Aidan Flynn.
When the financial consequences finally sink in, people will — perhaps — start taking climate change more seriously and make the tough decisions needed, writes Kyran Fitzgerald.
The engineering profession must adopt IT and pharma’s self-promotion to attract the best talent, Cork branch chair of Engineers Ireland Pádraig Leahy tells Pádraig Hoare.
Anyone taking a cursory glance at current pharmaceutical industry revenues and forecasts could be forgiven for thinking that all is well, writes John Whelan.
Irish IT recycling company AMI is targeting strategic acquisitions in the UK and Ireland as it looks to significantly grow the international presence of its two main businesses.
The negative impact on Ireland's small business sector from ongoing Brexit uncertainty is rapidly rising with more than a third of SMEs saying they have either cancelled or postponed investment plans.
Fáilte Ireland has announced that January has been a record month for attracting international business conferences and events to Ireland and 57 conferences worth at least €28 million to the economy have been secured for future years.
The world’s richest man has accused the National Enquirer of blackmail after it published text messages purported to be from Bezos and his mistress.
Irish company Arklow Shipping had backed the contract with Seaborne Freight, but it has now withdrawn from the deal.
Activist investor Elliott has kept up the pressure on French spirits group Pernod Ricard, welcoming this week’s first-half results, but calling for boardroom changes and better margins.
Inflationary wage pressures and the recruitment of new drivers contributed to pre-tax profits at private coach operator Aircoach falling by 24% to €4.7m last year.
The Central Bank has imposed an indefinite ban on a financial adviser for misappropriating client funds, after an investigation began following a protected disclosure.