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  • Wall Street takes a hit

    Fri 02 Oct 05:05 PM

    USstocks dropped sharply on Friday after jobs data for September fell far short of expectations, raising doubts that the Read More

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    Fri 02 Oct 04:20 PM

    The German-Irish Chamber of Industry & Commerce is today hosting its annual corporate Oktoberfest Read More

  • Support for Employers...

    Fri 02 Oct 04:00 PM

    The Irish Small and Medium Enterprises Association (ISME) have today welcomed the decision to introduce a National Emplo Read More

  • Doubts raised about...

    Fri 02 Oct 03:10 PM

    U.S. employers slammed the brakes on hiring over the last two months and wages fell in September, raising new doubts the Read More

  • Tax boost to cut 2015...

    Fri 02 Oct 02:30 PM

    Ireland expects its budget deficit to fall to 2.2% of gross domestic product this year from an earlier forecast of 2.7%a Read More

  • Over 1,600 company start...

    Fri 02 Oct 02:10 PM

    New figures released today by vision net show that 1,623 new companies were formed between the 1st and 28th September 20 Read More

  • Savills aim to raise...

    Fri 02 Oct 12:50 PM

    Savills have today announced that they are aiming to raise over E100,000 for Focus Ireland and the Marie Curie Hospice. Read More

  • Global technology brands...

    Fri 02 Oct 12:30 PM

    It has been announced that speakers from Facebook, Google, Cisco, IBM, Accenture and Microsoft will be attending Silicon Read More

  • Microfinance Ireland...

    Fri 02 Oct 12:04 PM

    It has been announced today that Microfinance Ireland is gearing up for a significant increase in loan applications as r Read More

  • Gold falls to two week...

    Fri 02 Oct 11:40 AM

    Gold fell to two-week lows on Friday, heading for its biggest weekly loss since early March ahead of U.S. payrolls data Read More

  • Britain's FTSE set...

    Fri 02 Oct 11:10 AM

    Britain's top share index rose on Friday as regulatory pressure eased on the country's banks, setting the index on track Read More

  • Mason Hayes & Curran...

    Fri 02 Oct 10:30 AM

    Award winning law firm, Mason Hayes & Curran, yesterday announced that they will be creating 75 new jobs by the end Read More

  • Marketing Institute of...

    Fri 02 Oct 10:00 AM

    The Marketing Institute of Ireland (MII) Cork had their launch event on Wednesday at the Atrium, City Hall. Read More

  • Irish Women in...

    Fri 02 Oct 09:30 AM

    Limerick's Keogh Somers Chartered Accountants in conjunction with the Chartered Accountants Ireland Mid - West Society t Read More

  • Stagnating investment...

    Fri 02 Oct 09:13 AM

    The Government's proposed Capital investment plan has been slammed by the Unite Trade Union this week who claim that the Read More

  • New car registrations...

    Fri 02 Oct 08:59 AM

    New car registrations for the month of September were up 23% (4,787) compared to September 2014 (3,899) and are currentl Read More

  • Dublin's rising...

    Fri 02 Oct 08:50 AM

    Savills Ireland have today claimed that a rapid increase in Dublin's population has largely gone unnoticed but has profo Read More

  • Dollar remains unsteady

    Fri 02 Oct 08:19 AM

    The dollar trod water against the yen and euro on Friday as investors were wary ahead of the U.S. non-farm payrolls repo Read More

  • Britain to set time...

    Fri 02 Oct 08:16 AM

    Britain's financial regulator is to impose a two-year deadline for customers to claim compensation for mis-sold loan ins Read More

  • Volkswagen emissions...

    Thu 01 Oct 05:05 PM

    Volkswagen will need at least several months to complete an investigation into the rigging of emissions tests on diesel Read More

  • Workplace Relations...

    Thu 01 Oct 04:20 PM

    The new Workplace Relations Commission has been welcomed by Ibec, the group that represents Irish business. Read More

  • Renua are "...

    Thu 01 Oct 04:00 PM

    Lucinda Creighton made a speech this morning at a Dublin Chamber of Commerce Breakfast as part of the Chamber Political Read More

  • Global economy loses...

    Thu 01 Oct 03:22 PM

    The World economy lost momentum in September, with China's vast factory sector shrinking again and euro zone manufacturi Read More

  • Taoiseach opens Kerry...

    Thu 01 Oct 02:40 PM

    Kerry Group have today opened a new Global Technology & Innovation Centre to serve the Group's global and regional c Read More

  • Construction sector has...

    Thu 01 Oct 02:10 PM

    The Construction Industry Federation (CIF), in association with Maples and Calder, are today holding their annual confer Read More

  • IMAGE Businesswoman of...

    Thu 01 Oct 12:50 PM

    The shortlist for the IMAGE Businesswoman of the Year Awards 2015 was announced yesterday. Read More

  • NAMA increases projected...

    Thu 01 Oct 12:30 PM

    The Chief Executive at the National Asset Management Agency (NAMA), Brendan McDonagh, has today claimed that NAMA will m Read More

  • Minister claims "...

    Thu 01 Oct 12:00 PM

    The Minister for Jobs, Richard Bruton and the Minister of State for Business and Employment, Ged Nash have today claimed Read More

  • VW seeks to boost...

    Thu 01 Oct 11:40 AM

    Volkswagen is looking at ways to cut costs and boost cash flow and could sell more shares if the price of clearing up a Read More

  • Britain's FTSE led...

    Thu 01 Oct 11:30 AM

    UK shares rallied on Thursday as miners and oil & gas companies were boosted by higher commodities prices, following Read More

  • UPC Ireland becomes...

    Thu 01 Oct 11:13 AM

    It has been announced today that UPC Ireland is to officially become Virgin Media. Read More

  • New digital initiative...

    Thu 01 Oct 10:40 AM

    The Institute Of Advertising Practitioners In Ireland (IAPI) yesterday announced that they are introducing a number of d Read More

  • Irish spin out company...

    Thu 01 Oct 10:14 AM

    Ireland's first marine renewable energy software spin-out has been licenced by UCC. Read More

  • Irish airline CityJet...

    Thu 01 Oct 09:40 AM

    Cityjet have today announced that they have been awarded a major wet lease contract by SAS (Scandinavian Airlines) to op Read More

  • 54 Irish hotels have...

    Thu 01 Oct 09:05 AM

    CBRE Ireland have today released statistics on the volume and value of hotel sales in the Irish market in the first nine Read More

  • Ireland now ranks 8th...

    Thu 01 Oct 08:54 AM

    The latest report from the World Economic Forum (WEF) shows that Ireland now ranks 8th most competitive country in the e Read More

  • Dollar stays firm

    Thu 01 Oct 08:32 AM

    The dollar firmed on Thursday after China manufacturing surveys were just a smidgen better than some had expected, but g Read More

  • Microsoft, Google stand...

    Thu 01 Oct 08:29 AM

    Microsoft Corp and Google Inc have agreed to bury all patent infringement litigation against each other, the companies a Read More

  • Thousands of companies...

    Thu 01 Oct 08:21 AM

    A ruling due next week from the EU's top court on a long-running transatlantic pact on private data could affect all leg Read More

  • Softness in global...

    Thu 01 Oct 08:14 AM

    A relentless deceleration in the economies of the developing world will cause global growth to slow this year and only p Read More

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