The €11bn TurkStream gas project will put Turkey and Russia in a position of power
Business Week: also in the news was house prices, mortgages, INM, and Budget 2018
Business plans support the process of turning an entrepreneur’s vision into tangible actions
Expert warns of spike in rents and homelessness if banks move on distressed loans
Cantillon: Brexit decision may be giving Big Pharma doubts about British location
‘British Blokes Corp’, the kakistocracy and Harley-Davidson in the slow lane
Six-a-side Irish talks opened on Tuesday under watchful eye of Irish Embassy
Cantillon: Fascinating salary disclosures raise questions about income inequality
Cantillon: Share price falls 19.5% as publisher braces itself for AGM showdown
Public service broadcaster says it will ‘reshape’, but Government must play its part
Falling dollar is good news for those heading to the US on holidays
Chief executive Robert Pitt has reserved his position on how he might vote at agm
The framework agreement signed a year ago has not brought the two sides together
Company did not set out any reason for senior independent director’s departure
Concern for millions of jobs as VW emissions scandal turns into industry-wide meltdown
Telco straddles both sides of Government procurement process as delays continue
Shell stake divestment is part of $30 billion asset sale programme
Scope in Budget 2018 for new spending and tax cuts will be slightly more than €300m
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