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All Irish customers will be affected "sooner or later" by the raft of energy price hikes that are still in "full swing", a consumer comparison website has warned.
Ireland's mortgage interest rates will likely remain among the highest in the eurozone if a proposed bill preventing banks from selling customers' homeloans without borrower approval is passed into law, a financial services representative group has said.
A High Court judge hopes to rule next week on a financial services company's application for an injunction preventing EBS terminating an agency agreement to operate branches of the building society.
Cork Airport is Ireland’s most punctual airport, according to new research.
Regina Moran, enterprise director of Vodafone Ireland, on the benefits of smart working.
Firms are missing out on key ingredients to maximising business by not employing more women in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM), a leading firm in Cork has said.
Jameson whiskey-owner Pernod Ricard, which is being targeted by US activist investor Elliott, vowed to improve profit margins and shareholders’ returns in a new three-year plan.
Irish Ferries is being accused of using foreign crews to pay below the minimum wage.
British fashion group Superdry, which has a number of stores in the Republic and the North, reported lower revenue in the Christmas quarter, blaming issues with its product range and mild weather.
Indian car maker Tata Motors posted its biggest quarterly loss, hurt by an impairment charge for its Jaguar Land Rover business.
Facebook is making a strategic investment in Ireland, having announced plans to create 1,000 new jobs here during 2019.
DePuy Synthes Ireland is to invest €36 million in ground-breaking research and development projects at its Innovation Centre, Loughbeg, Ringaskiddy, Co Cork.
Áilín Quinlan hears why Ornua’s Kerrygold brand is enjoying such success in the US and globally
John Daly retraces the long history of business people underpinning Irish and US networks
Hypoxia or lack of oxygen to the brain at birth affects almost 200 babies in Ireland each year and results in death or disability in over two million infants each year globally.
Tyndall National Institute in Cork is leading a new international consortium which will provide Europe with state-of-the-art photonics infrastructure.
IDA Ireland has exceeded its five-year job growth targets in just four years.
The world and its mother knows that US investment into Ireland has been not just a boon for the domestic economy and tens of thousands of grateful employees and communities in the past 50 years — but Ireland has shown its close business ally that the relationship works both ways.
Brexit has been "really expensive" for industry so far, while Ryanair has had a significant amount of waste even before Britain leaves the EU, the airline's chief operating officer has said.
'>For most workers and businesses across the economy, the pain endured during the economic and financial crash was severe, writes Jim Power.