Consumer electricals and mobile phone retailer seeks to reassure investors
Fintech firms face compliance issues as they mature, despite millenials trusting them
Government reverses decision as group poses potential threat to financial stability
Change in business sentiment likely to emerge in next set of survey results due to Brexit
Sterling briefly rallies above $1.35 against dollar and climbs 0.7 per cent against euro
Dublin-based bank reported €22 million loss in 2015, down from €14 million profit in 2014
UK-owned retail chain wants to end leases in Tallaght, Waterford and Limerick stores
Irish law firm says it would be ‘strange’ if UK could access European Economic Area
Irish 10-year government bond yields fall below 0.6% for first time in wake of Brexit
FTSE 100 returns to pre-Brexit levels but more UK-exposed stocks remain down
Former TV3 chief executive joins Rory Godson company in a non-executive role
Petrogas tells High Court that Finglas outlet failed to keep payment deal
‘We are not in the business of picking which issues the world should read about’
However, Bank of Ireland reversed its gains to slide 1.6%
Bank lost 38% in two sessions after Brexit result
Mixed reaction to decision after conflicting reports over cancer risks of glyphosate
French TV journalist Edouard Perrin acquitted of all charges
Becketts Hotel in Leixlip also part of High Court decision
Tech companies are being targeted as part of Brexit dividend, says Niamh Bushnell, commissioner for startups
French president says UK capital may be replaced as centre for euro clearning
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