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Nissan is opposing renewed efforts by alliance partner Renault to merge under a holding company because such a structure won’t help turn the Japanese carmaker around, according to a person with knowledge of the discussions.
An independent study suggests the controversial Chinese firm added £1.7 billion to the UK economy in 2018.
Europe has a long way to go if it is to deliver on the hope sparked by recent economic numbers.
Uber shares fell as much as 10%, doubling losses since its poorly received Wall Street debut last week, and raising more questions about investors’ faith in its ability to make profits.
The €5m funding at Sliabh Liag includes a visitor centre, road improvements and 2.5km of mountain paths.
Irish housebuilding group Abbey has said operating profit for its latest financial year will be down on the previous 12 months and has given a mixed outlook for the current year.
The IDA last November paid out €7.5 million for an 18-acre site at Collinstown, Leixlip, Co Kildare.
The Central Bank has secured a High Court order extending a suspension notice against the managing director of a Dundalk-based company, European Mortgage Call Centre Ltd, pending a fitness and probity investigation following complaints by two clients of the firm.
Passenger volumes to continental Europe increased by 9%, with almost 1.5 million passengers travelling last month.
'>The tax rebates, which could be worth over €4,000 over four years currently stands at €1,500, according to Taxback.ie.
While the global marketplace for consumer goods moves towards more inclusivity, “adaptive” clothing is slowly catching up.
Before the financial crash the return for savers on their deposits with almost immediate access to the money was running at around 3%.
Maria Kirrane is a leading advocate at UCC for applying the small steps taken by the college on sustainability across the whole of the city, writes
ARQ has a technology to help keep wind turbines and other machinery working, writes Trish Dromey.
Ireland is the second country in the world to declare a ‘climate emergency’, but the Government must face up to promoting potentially unpopular hikes in carbon taxes, writes Kyran Fitzgerald.
The latest flare-up in the US-China trade war, heralded by what we now expect as the norm by way of a tweet from US president Donald Trump, was as unexpected as it was pointless.
Teva Pharmaceutical’s chief financial officer has reiterated the company has done nothing wrong in the wake of a price-fixing lawsuit filed by 44 US states.
Transportation network company Uber has had a rocky start with its New York Stock Exchange debut, with shares sinking almost 9%.
At least one group of UK residents is flourishing in Brexit Britain: An exclusive club of billionaires.
The Trump administration has hiked tariffs on 200 billion dollars (£155 billion) worth of Chinese imports to 25% from 10%.