Company says bookings slowed in the aftermath of the Paris and Brussels attacks
Prices rally after string of outages cuts nearly four million barrels of production a day
Limerick company claims consistent efforts made to undermine its business
Energy regulator finds growing numbers of consumers are negotiating better deals with existing providers
Messaging app said to be seeking $20bn valuation despite report of just $59m in 2015 revenue
Harry Lorton also joins IoD board
Startup Angels say it can suppress investors and crowd the field, acting as disincentive
Banks want to retain City footprint but with lower costs
Over 2 million trips were made to Ireland between February and April this year
Bank says redundancies are part of a major restructure of its retail branch network
Rise came as average weekly earnings across economy rose by 1% - CSO
Investment fell in early 2016 amid uncertainty about country’s referendum on EU membership
Firm struggles to revive Motorola smartphone business it bought for $2.8 billion
Judge hears one juror in case is unwell
Current chief executive Michael Sharp will step down in the coming weeks
Three one-bedroom apartments in Ballsbridge failed to attract a single bid
European Commission is seeking to increase the EU‘s film and TV industry with quota
Oil has surged about 80 per cent since dropping to the lowest since 2003 in January
Competitive start fund can award up to €50,000 to each successful applicant
New hotel will employ 70 people once it is operational in 2018
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