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  • Taxpayer faces bill for...

    Wed 17 Sep 05:50 PM

    The State and ultimately the taxpayer looks set to foot the bill for third party claims related to the now defunct Setan Read More

  • CaterWaste create 45 new...

    Wed 17 Sep 05:28 PM

    CaterWaste, manufacturing and supply specialists of wet and dry food waste recycling equipment, today announced the crea Read More

  • Notaires on 13k a month...

    Wed 17 Sep 05:16 PM

    Thousands of French "notaires" held what they said were their first-ever street protests in Paris and Marseille today to Read More

  • UK traders braced for...

    Wed 17 Sep 04:51 PM

    London's trading rooms are gearing up for an extra long shift to cover Scotland's independence referendum and drafting i Read More

  • Users, reviewers love...

    Wed 17 Sep 04:23 PM

    Bigger is better and Apple has finally realised this and given iPhone users a product that may be low on novelty but hig Read More

  • Deal takes Irish...

    Wed 17 Sep 04:15 PM

    The Irish Greyhound Board (IGB) has joined forces with one of the biggest global bookmaking names to bring Irish greyhou Read More

  • Italian scammers target...

    Wed 17 Sep 03:52 PM

    Italian online scam artists with Australian and US connection and a cupla focal are targeting Ireland with fake tax refu Read More

  • Govt play OECD tax plan...

    Wed 17 Sep 03:37 PM

    The Irish Government is making frantic diplomatic efforts about the latest OECD recommendations but will wait to see the Read More

  • Bank probe committee get...

    Wed 17 Sep 03:31 PM

    The Dail Committee tasked with preparing a detailed proposal for the banking inquiry today received the final report fro Read More

  • Wall St climbs ahead of...

    Wed 17 Sep 03:25 PM

    U.S. stocks rose today, ahead of a key statement by the Federal Reserve which is expected to provide clues on the next m Read More

  • Fed expected to hint on...

    Wed 17 Sep 03:03 PM

    The U.S. Federal Reserve today could offer fresh clues on when it plans to begin lifting interest rates and how quickly Read More

  • Irish firm buy USD2.1bn...

    Wed 17 Sep 02:37 PM

    Irish aircraft leasing company, Avolon, today said it has finalised an order for six 787-9 Dreamliners and five addition Read More

  • Call your Mammy, it...

    Wed 17 Sep 02:29 PM

    LinkedIn today announced the return of its Bring In Your Parents Day initiative, saying that its research reveals that o Read More

  • US current account gap...

    Wed 17 Sep 02:21 PM

    The U.S. current account deficit unexpectedly narrowed in the second quarter, supported by a partial reversal of a large Read More

  • 'State charging us...

    Wed 17 Sep 02:11 PM

    If the Government announced a E13 'going out tax' there would be uproar. But they don't have to announce it because it's Read More

  • Appeal to Min to change...

    Wed 17 Sep 12:46 PM

    A leading Dublin bankruptcy expert today called on the Minister for Justice to change the bankruptcy and insolvency laws Read More

  • Dub firms: Where's...

    Wed 17 Sep 12:34 PM

    Four out of five Dublin firms don't know what services their commercial rates pay for, according to a survey of Dublin c Read More

  • Bank stress test results...

    Wed 17 Sep 12:22 PM

    The results of Europe's most comprehensive ever review of its banks' health will be announced on Sunday, Oct. 26, source Read More

  • Corp governance...

    Wed 17 Sep 12:10 PM

    Standards of corporate governance have improved significantly in recent years though the gender balance of Irish boardro Read More

  • Irish miner hit by AIM...

    Wed 17 Sep 12:03 PM

    Connemara Mining today said a private buyers strike on London's AIM Market for junior exploration companies is making it Read More

  • Limerick Strand Hotel on...

    Wed 17 Sep 11:48 AM

    The Limerick Strand Hotel - one of Ireland's busiest and most profitable hotels - is on the market for E17m. Read More

  • Half CFOs sought R and D...

    Wed 17 Sep 11:42 AM

    Just under half (46pc) of Irish CFOs say their firms have applied for R and D grants in the past and 50pc have applied f Read More

  • London tech-set find...

    Wed 17 Sep 11:29 AM

    When Efe Cakarel picked London as a new base for his video streaming company, he was counting on its location, capital m Read More

  • Irish homes getting...

    Wed 17 Sep 11:12 AM

    Irish homes are getting bigger but also more energy efficient, according to a new set of data from the CSO today. Read More

  • Dublin's Rockbrook...

    Wed 17 Sep 11:04 AM

    Apartment and commercial property, the Rockbrook Estate in Sandyford, Dublin 18, is now on the market for E80 million. Read More

  • New E35m Tullamore...

    Wed 17 Sep 10:48 AM

    William Grant and Sons, the family owned distiller and owner of Tullamore D.E.W. Irish Whiskey, officially opened its ne Read More

  • IT professionals prefer...

    Wed 17 Sep 10:41 AM

    Over 45pc of Irish IT professionals said they would prefer to work for an SME or start-up company, compared to just 15pc Read More

  • Petroceltic to resume...

    Wed 17 Sep 10:31 AM

    Irish energy prospector, Petroceltic, this morning said it would resume drilling in Iraqi Kurdistan together with partne Read More

  • Gaelectric buys in to...

    Wed 17 Sep 10:17 AM

    Irish renewable energy group, Gaelectric, today said that it has acquired Imperative Energy Ltd., a UK-based provider of Read More

  • Banking probe to start...

    Wed 17 Sep 10:11 AM

    The Dail banking probe could start next month and will examine the core issues surrounding the series of dramatic events Read More

  • U.S. court rules against...

    Wed 17 Sep 09:52 AM

    A U.S. court on Tuesday largely rejected an attempt by banking groups to limit the U.S. swaps regulator's ability to app Read More

  • EU Shares rise

    Wed 17 Sep 09:41 AM

    European shares rose in early trade on Wednesday, mirroring a rally on Wall Street sparked by a report that shifted inve Read More

  • Oil steadies below $99

    Wed 17 Sep 09:22 AM

    Brent crude oil consolidated around $99 per barrel on Wednesday, recovering from a sharp sell-off, on hopes the Organiza Read More

  • Britain's FTSE...

    Wed 17 Sep 09:11 AM

    Britain's top share index edged up on Wednesday, underpinned by speculation that the U.S. Federal Reserve would maintain Read More

  • Dollar climbs higher

    Wed 17 Sep 09:06 AM

    The dollar climbed against most major currencies on Wednesday as investors awaited the Federal Reserve's latest guidance Read More

  • UK revises corporate...

    Wed 17 Sep 08:55 AM

    Britain's audit and accounting watchdog has overhauled its corporate governance code for UK companies, it said on Wednes Read More

  • Microsoft boosts...

    Wed 17 Sep 08:47 AM

    Microsoft Corp on Tuesday announced the smallest percentage increase in its quarterly dividend since 2009 and appointed Read More

  • Barclays Bank controversy

    Wed 17 Sep 08:44 AM

    The New York attorney general on Tuesday rebutted Barclays Plc's motion to dismiss the state's lawsuit alleging fraud in Read More

  • Credit Suisse loans...

    Wed 17 Sep 08:36 AM

    The U.S. Federal Reserve has asked Credit Suisse Group AG to immediately address problems relating to the bank's underwr Read More

  • iPhone 6 is best...

    Wed 17 Sep 08:27 AM

    Bigger is better and Apple Inc has finally realized that and given iPhone users a product that may be low on novelty but Read More

  • EU stress tests to check...

    Wed 17 Sep 08:20 AM

    For the first time since its financial crisis struck in 2008, Europe is carrying out stress tests that could force chang Read More

  • Gold inches up for 3rd...

    Wed 17 Sep 08:10 AM

    Gold inched up for a third straight session on Wednesday as speculation mounted that the Federal Reserve would vow to ma Read More

  • Irish microchip for...

    Tue 16 Sep 05:45 PM

    The first Irish designed and developed microchip, the Galileo Board, will receive international accolades during the Iri Read More

  • FTSE falls as Scottish...

    Tue 16 Sep 05:28 PM

    Britain's top share index fell today, with financial stocks underperforming as investors showed reluctance to buy up new Read More

  • Broadcast Auth has E5m...

    Tue 16 Sep 05:18 PM

    The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI) today announced details of the latest package of funding recommendations wit Read More

  • Ryanair slam Govt over...

    Tue 16 Sep 05:11 PM

    Ryanair today slammed Government "interference", claiming that the Transport Minister Paschal Donohoe intervened with th Read More

  • Wall St ticks higher but...

    Tue 16 Sep 04:50 PM

    U.S. stocks were rising today, with energy stocks posting their best day in more than a month as crude prices bounced ba Read More

  • Irish find no post-...

    Tue 16 Sep 04:45 PM

    Over 40pc of Irish office workers say they don't feel revitalised since their summer holidays, according to a recent sur Read More

  • Irish expert reaction to...

    Tue 16 Sep 04:04 PM

    Today's OECD BEPS proposals for international corporate tax reform will offer significant opportunities for the Irish ec Read More

  • Markets flat ahead of...

    Tue 16 Sep 03:50 PM

    Stock markets around the world were little changed today as investors refrained from placing big bets ahead of a Federal Read More

  • Secrecy an issue in bank...

    Tue 16 Sep 03:28 PM

    The ECB will change a non-disclosure agreement with banks undergoing its stress tests after complaints from German banks Read More

  • Banks invited to tap in...

    Tue 16 Sep 03:15 PM

    The European Central Bank invited banks today to bid for a fresh round of long-term loans it hopes will stimulate lendin Read More

  • Average London home...

    Tue 16 Sep 03:03 PM

    The average home in the London area is now going for Stg514,000 (around E643,000), according to Britain's Office for Nat Read More

  • Hotel where GAA founded...

    Tue 16 Sep 02:38 PM

    The historic Hayes Hotel in Thurles, where the GAA was founded in 1884, was sold at auction this morning for E650,000. Read More

  • Oil continues fall, now...

    Tue 16 Sep 02:25 PM

    Brent crude fell slightly, staying under $98 a barrel today, as poor economic data from the world's biggest energy consu Read More

  • OECD plan to change corp...

    Tue 16 Sep 02:16 PM

    The OECD today published proposals to change the world's corporate tax regime. Read More

  • S and P say some banks...

    Tue 16 Sep 02:04 PM

    Some euro zone banks have insufficient liquidity and several will continue to require support from the European Central Read More

  • Irish firm buy USD525m...

    Tue 16 Sep 12:44 PM

    Irish renewable energy developer, Mainstream Renewable Power, has bought a $525 million wind farm project in Ghana from Read More

  • Orange spend E3.4bn on...

    Tue 16 Sep 12:22 PM

    France's Orange has reached a deal to buy Spanish fixed line telecoms operator Jazztel in an effort to bolster its mobil Read More

  • Fyffes, Chiquita...

    Tue 16 Sep 12:15 PM

    Irish fruit importer, Fyffes and US producer Chiquita have offered concessions to EU regulators to allay concerns that t Read More

  • Irish consumer mood dip...

    Tue 16 Sep 12:04 PM

    Irish consumer sentiment slipped in August from a seven-year high in July amid weaker confidence in the economic recover Read More

  • Spain sells E5bn in...

    Tue 16 Sep 11:56 AM

    Spain sold E5 billion of short term debt today at higher yields than a month ago, days ahead of a vote on Scottish indep Read More

  • London offer Scots cash...

    Tue 16 Sep 11:41 AM

    Britain promised to guarantee Scotland high levels of state funding, granting Scots greater control over healthcare spen Read More

  • Big drop in energy use...

    Tue 16 Sep 11:23 AM

    Dublin city's commercial sector saw the largest decrease in energy consumption during the five-year period between 2006 Read More

  • 71pc Irish firms...

    Tue 16 Sep 11:10 AM

    A new survey today reveals that 71pc of Irish firms say they will be "digitally mature" - able to use increasingly sophi Read More

  • Fujitsu in Red Hat...

    Tue 16 Sep 10:56 AM

    Fujitsu Ireland today said it has inked a collaboration deal with Red Hat, a global provider of open source solutions, t Read More

  • Govt seek access to 10...

    Tue 16 Sep 10:47 AM

    Google's latest transparency report today shows that demands from Government around the world for access to Google accou Read More

  • German investor mood...

    Tue 16 Sep 10:37 AM

    German analyst and investor morale fell in September to its lowest level since December 2012, suggesting Europe's larges Read More

  • Personal injury awards...

    Tue 16 Sep 10:31 AM

    There was an increase of 22pc to E144m in the total compensation awarded to personal injury claimants by the Injuries Bo Read More

  • Irish top EU's...

    Tue 16 Sep 10:22 AM

    Ireland has scored the highest among all the European countries in a survey of confidence in the export sector. Read More

  • ECB ready to take more...

    Tue 16 Sep 09:52 AM

    The European Central Bank is committed to using additional unconvential instruments if necessary to fend off deflation i Read More

  • FTSE falls lower

    Tue 16 Sep 09:45 AM

    Britain's top share index crept lower on Tuesday, led by falls in chip designer ARM Holdings , with investors reluctant Read More

  • Air France strike hits...

    Tue 16 Sep 09:40 AM

    European travellers face continued disruption as Air France pilots began a week-long strike in a dispute over cost cuts, Read More

  • Google faces Government...

    Tue 16 Sep 09:30 AM

    Google Inc said it was facing increasing pressure from governments around the world to reveal user information in crimin Read More

  • Hong Kong main index...

    Tue 16 Sep 09:23 AM

    Hong Kong's benchmark index fell for an eighth session in a row on Tuesday, hurt by a tumble in mainland markets and con Read More

  • Fed nerves hit European...

    Tue 16 Sep 09:16 AM

    European equity indexes fell on Tuesday as nerves about a tightening in U.S. monetary policy sapped investor enthusiasm Read More

  • Hunger easing globally

    Tue 16 Sep 09:10 AM

    The number of hungry people in the world has fallen by more than 100 million in the past decade but 805 million people, Read More

  • UK pledges state funding...

    Tue 16 Sep 08:55 AM

    Britain promised to guarantee Scotland's high levels of state funding, granting Scots control over healthcare spending i Read More

  • Amazon publisher dispute

    Tue 16 Sep 08:50 AM

    More than 1,000 Hachette Book Group authors including Malcolm Gladwell, Stephen King and James Patterson have urged Amaz Read More

  • Asian shares on edge

    Tue 16 Sep 08:47 AM

    Asian shares fell to 10-week lows on Tuesday as investors braced for a possible hawkish shift in the Federal Reserve's p Read More

  • Gold climbs ahead of Fed...

    Tue 16 Sep 08:46 AM

    Gold added to small overnight gains on Tuesday as investors adjusted positions ahead of a key Federal Reserve policy mee Read More

  • Energy shares weigh on...

    Mon 15 Sep 05:42 PM

    Energy shares capped Britain's top share index today, hit by the combination of slowing economic growth in China, the wo Read More

  • O'Leary: Ryanair to...

    Mon 15 Sep 05:30 PM

    Ryanair could be flying from Europe to the US within the next decade, chief executive Michael O'Leary has said. Read More

  • Fyffes EGM to go ahead...

    Mon 15 Sep 05:09 PM

    Irish fruit importer and grower, Fyffes, today confirmed that its EGM to vote on its proposed merger with Chiquita will Read More

  • Wall St little changed...

    Mon 15 Sep 04:36 PM

    U.S. stocks were mixed today with the tech sector weighing on the Nasdaq and S and P 500 as investors make space for Ali Read More

  • Cameron in final plea to...

    Mon 15 Sep 04:15 PM

    British Prime Minister David Cameron is expected to appeal to Scots' emotions on his last visit to Scotland before this Read More

  • Govt to use cash to pay...

    Mon 15 Sep 03:56 PM

    The Government will likely use cash reserves to repay some of around E18 billion of loans to the International Monetary Read More

  • Microsoft buy Minecraft...

    Mon 15 Sep 03:43 PM

    Microsoft said today it has agreed to acquire Stockholm-based games developer Mojang and the company's wildly popular Mi Read More

  • E-commerce Expo attracts...

    Mon 15 Sep 03:37 PM

    Some of the biggest names in Irish online retail are set to address Ireland's first Ecommerce Expo. Read More

  • Ireland's Natural...

    Mon 15 Sep 03:01 PM

    A new report focusing on Ireland's considerable Natural Capital - the value of the country's ecosystems and natural reso Read More

  • Oil prices keep falling...

    Mon 15 Sep 02:49 PM

    Brent crude oil fell below $97 per barrel today to its lowest in more than two years as lacklustre economic data from Ch Read More

  • Limerick Giant a social...

    Mon 15 Sep 02:48 PM

    The Irish grandmother giant which was unleashed by the Royal De Luxe Street Theatre Company on the streets of Limeric Read More

  • Dublin firm launch space...

    Mon 15 Sep 02:31 PM

    Dublin based space technology company, Skytek, has launched a new Space Weather Division in reaction to the growing thre Read More

  • Staff retention more...

    Mon 15 Sep 02:16 PM

    While money matters when it comes to attracting and retaining staff, it takes much more to attract, retain and engage pr Read More

  • Record pre-orders for...

    Mon 15 Sep 02:04 PM

    Apple today said it received record first-day pre-orders of its new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, with over four million i Read More

  • 40pc rise in asset...

    Mon 15 Sep 12:54 PM

    The second quarter of this year saw a significant growth of 40pc in SMEs accessing Asset Based Finance (ABF). Read More

  • Ireland's Ready...

    Mon 15 Sep 12:31 PM

    Ready Girls, an Irish feminine hygiene company founded by Dublin mum-trepreneur Aileen Rogers has negotiated Middle East Read More

  • Laya say they'll...

    Mon 15 Sep 12:13 PM

    Laya healthcare, Ireland's second largest healthcare insurance provider, today said it will shake up the Irish assurance Read More

  • Havok physics engine for...

    Mon 15 Sep 12:05 PM

    Havok, the Emmy award winning Irish games technology company, today said its Physics, Cloth and Script technologies will Read More

  • Third of SMEs duped by...

    Mon 15 Sep 11:52 AM

    Up to a third of small and medium sized firms across Ireland have received a fraudulent reference for a potential job ca Read More

  • Phones 4 U trouble put 5...

    Mon 15 Sep 11:46 AM

    British mobile phone retailer Phones 4u is seeking administrators, putting 5,596 jobs in jeopardy, after the country's b Read More

  • Speed dates for...

    Mon 15 Sep 11:30 AM

    Room Mates Dublin are bringing together groups of people looking to fill a room or find a room in Dublin's first ever sp Read More

  • Average pay packet fell...

    Mon 15 Sep 11:10 AM

    Average annual earnings fell to E35,830 in 2013 from E36,079 in 2012, a decrease of 0.7pc or E249, 'though the cost of l Read More

  • Pharmalytics win 1st...

    Mon 15 Sep 11:03 AM

    Pharmalytics won Ireland's first ever dedicated Hardware Hackathon held over the weekend. Read More

  • Irish drinks exports...

    Mon 15 Sep 10:57 AM

    Irish drinks exports are worth E1.4 billion, with the drinks manufacturing sector exporting 45pc of its total turnover, Read More

  • Firms can meet 27 State...

    Mon 15 Sep 10:51 AM

    A one-stop-shop, free event that will give both established SMEs and new start-ups the chance to meet decision makers an Read More

  • IG launch online Irish...

    Mon 15 Sep 10:39 AM

    Global forex, CFD trading and multi-platform trading group, IG, today said it will launch an Irish stockbroking service Read More

  • NTMA to sell E500m in 3-...

    Mon 15 Sep 10:20 AM

    With Irish sovereign debt yields at their lowest ever, the National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) this week plans to Read More

  • Caution still dominant...

    Mon 15 Sep 10:15 AM

    Ireland's consumers are now more optimistic than they've been for years but remain cautious about spending, according to Read More

  • World awaits white smoke...

    Mon 15 Sep 09:51 AM

    The U.S. Federal Reserve may give clearer hints on when it will hike the cost of borrowing in the United States in the c Read More

  • Economists lessen China...

    Mon 15 Sep 09:43 AM

    Data showing that the Chinese economy quickly lost steam in August caused some economists on Monday to trim their 2014 g Read More

  • S.Africa's Investec...

    Mon 15 Sep 09:26 AM

    South African investment bank Investec has sold 540 million pounds of Irish mortgages to U.S. private equity firm Lon Read More

  • Air France shares dip

    Mon 15 Sep 09:22 AM

    Shares in Franco-Dutch airline Air France-KLM fell more than 3 percent on Monday as pilots at the French arm of the busi Read More

  • Hong Kong shares at...

    Mon 15 Sep 09:16 AM

    Hong Kong shares finished at their lowest in five weeks on Monday, after a slew of weaker-than-expected China data over Read More

  • JPMorgan hackers stole...

    Mon 15 Sep 09:11 AM

    Hackers accessed dozens of servers at JPMorgan Chase & Co in a cyber attack launched in June, though no money was ta Read More

  • Apple iPhone shipments...

    Mon 15 Sep 09:05 AM

    Customers may have to wait three to four weeks to get their hands on Apple Inc's iPhone 6 Plus, after a record number of Read More

  • HSBC to settle U.S....

    Mon 15 Sep 08:56 AM

    HSBC Holdings Plc will pay $550 million to resolve a U.S. regulator's claims that the British bank made false representa Read More

  • Brent hits 26-month low

    Mon 15 Sep 08:49 AM

    Brent crude slumped to a more than two-year low under $97 per barrel on Monday as lackluster economic data from China, t Read More

  • European shares fall

    Mon 15 Sep 08:37 AM

    European equities fell in early trading on Monday after disappointing macroeconomic data from China raised concerns abou Read More

  • H&M sales rise 19...

    Mon 15 Sep 08:32 AM

    Hennes & Mauritz's sales climbed nearly 20 percent in August, beating forecasts and extending what has been a strong Read More

  • Google launches Android...

    Mon 15 Sep 08:26 AM

    Google Inc launched in India on Monday the first smartphones powered by its Android One operating system, pricing them a Read More

  • Gold near 8-month low

    Mon 15 Sep 08:18 AM

    Gold edged higher on Monday as Asian equities tumbled but the metal continued to struggle near an eight-month low due to Read More

  • Netflix launches in...

    Mon 15 Sep 08:13 AM

    Netflix launched its video streaming service in France on Monday and teamed up with Bouygues to offer its content on Fra Read More

  • Tesco fights back

    Mon 15 Sep 08:09 AM

    Standing with bags of groceries outside discount store Lidl in Thetford, eastern England, Jodie McGloughlin explains sim Read More

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