Explorer reports a €24.1m loss for 2015, as against a €11.5m loss a year earlier
Sales to US have grown by 409% over the last decade led largely by exports of Jameson
Fears build that Brexit could hurt confidence and prompt households to cut back on consumption
Ministers Noonan and Donohoe call for calm and restraint as Irish bonds plummet
Britain’s largest mortgage lender continues to scale back its branch network and workforce
Company is to pay out €15.3bn over emissions scandal
Associated Newspapers (Ireland) Limited reports full-year turnover of €17.3m
Investment from venture capitalists in Europe remains low and impact is as yet unclear
Clinic, which was founded in 1986, offers a number of assisted reproduction treatment
Britain is on track to make more cars by 2020 than at any time in its history
Most retailers benefit from a presence online but it also puts them in competition with sellers the world over
Property prices in Dublin 4.8% higher but still 32.8% lower than in early 2007
Peripheral European bonds benefitting from talk of continued ECB support
Cut to 3.4% means homeowner with €200k mortgage will save €410 a year
Company has already raised more than $3bn in debt and equity since its founding
MEP Brian Hayes says Dublin would be ‘ideal’ location for banking watchdog
London headquartered telecoms group said it would ‘continue to evaluate the situation ’
Dublin 9 space in six adjoining two-storey office suites extending to 168sq m (1,808sq ft)
The unit is let for 20 years at a rent of €117,500 per annum
Lands could provide a significant quantum of accommodation for logistics, warehousing and high-tech manufacturing
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