Watchmaker to instal clocks and chronometers at Leopardstown and the Curragh
World’s largest oil and gas groups shed more than a billion barrels of reserves in 2014
Building is producing rental income of €227,800 per annum
Aer Lingus business class, BA Avios hacked, Fly away Flybe, new hotels for Istanbul
Resolution involves financial settlement being paid to corporation
ECB’s quantitative easing programme prompts investments in euro zone shares
Dublin Bus and Bus Éireann union members face ballot over potential privatisation
Tablet ditches Windows RT as it goes for mid-range market
Airline increases capacity on Belfast to London routes
Telecoms group to take on 50 people at contact centre
CCI fund backs management buyout ofcooked ham specialist
‘Considering myself to be reasonably active I was surprised to see the lack of physical activity in my week’
IAG chief believes airline should explain its interest in Irish market
Bank customers will be able to conduct certain transactions at post offices from next month
Central Bank figures show outstanding amount of loans falling
Latest data from Eurostat show slump in euro-area consumer prices eased in March
Official figures also show that GDP per head in 2014 rose by 2.2 per cent.
New name will better fit its global expansion drive, says chief executive
Numbers out of work decreased by 15,000 to 2.798 m in March
According to property group CBRE, some 25 hotels worth €500m were sold
Intervention will help Government’s bid for budget flexibility
An accidental exit from the eurozone is quite likely – not because Greece or its partners want it
Analysis: State should avoid eroding its revenue-raising capacity
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