New combined entity to be domiciled in Ireland
Company is refocusing on industrial businesses
Drop comes despite a rise in demand for residential care
New figures show unemployment rate stable at 9.7%
According to page, it would only take 500 million olive and feta salads to pay IMF
Household loan repayments exceed drawdowns by €338m
Sale is considered sign of investor confidence that fallout from crisis can be contained
Prospect of tax cuts and wage increases boosts confidence
British economy grew 0.4% in the first quarter
Cost of food and services ease after spike
Draft agreement marks important step in plan to overhaul continent’s digital market
Construction on Co Fermanagh project to start in Autumn
Investors point to Europe’s improved ability to fight financial contagion since euro crisis in 2011
Approval granted for £1.7bn acquisition of British bank
Search giant asked for more time to review documents in case file
France trying to get Greece back into negotiations as bailout nears expiration
Company expanding its presence in Ireland with new partnership
Investors nervously awaited further developments in the deepening euro zone crisis
Angry people left standing outside bank with no access to their money
European Parliament committee hearing told of complaints about employment terms
Debt is held in dollars but Digital’s revenues are collected in local currencies, most of which have dropped against the dollar in recent years
At centre of budget statement will be £12bn in welfare cuts, details of which were noticeably absent in Tory election manifesto
Which is best for Greece: further austerity or sovereign default and monetary sovereignty?
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