Mario Draghi said that the ECB must move quickly to increase inflation in the euro zone. Photograph: AP Photo/Michael Probst

Comments from Mario Draghi on inflation spur stock prices upwards

Businessman Denis O’Brien, who bought Siteserv for €45 million in 2012 using an Isle of Man company called Millington. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Denis O’Brien-owned utility support group has pretax profit of €6.9m for eight months

Bristol-Myers Squibb chief executive Lamberto Andreotti and Taoiseach Enda Kenny in New York this week.

Subsidiary has one part-time worker, assets of €22.7 billion and a branch in Dublin

Ryanair announced it will open a base at Bratislava Airport in March from which it will operate 16 routes, including daily flights between the Slovak capital and Dublin. The base will be its first in Slovakia and its 71st overall. Photograph: PA

Cruise company Carnival and Dixons Carphone among top London performers

No comment on whether C&C had tax agreements with Luxembourg authorities

Vodafone chief executive Vittorio Colao at the group’s half-year results presentation in London today. The group’s shares dialled up a 5 per cent surge after it raised hopes that the worst may be over for its beleaguered European unit. Photograph: Matt Alexander/PA Wire

FBD predicts loss on ‘far more challenging than expected’ claims environment

The Fallon and Byrne food hall on Exchequer Street, Dublin.Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons / THE IRISH TIMES

Turnover for the business in the 12 months to June 2013 year was €10m

Tom Vaughan Lawlor, who plays Nidge in Love/Hate

The connection between Jean-Claude Juncker and Love/Hate’s Nidge

CRH did not feature in the leaked files, but accounts for one of its Luxembourg subsidiaries show it had multibillion-euro intra-group loans going in and out of the state. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Subsidiary funds companies within Irish multinational, says spokesman

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