Ruairi Quinn TD and Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton  with Version 1’s chief executive Justin Keatinge. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien / The Irish Times

Move brings number of acquisitions the IT services company has made since 2013 to five

 UTV Ireland,  which was recently launched by UTV Media,   which says  it is exploring a sale of its portfolio of 13 local radio stations in England and Wales. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Belfast-headquartered firm says it is ‘assessing its options’ for stations in England and Wales

 David Duffy: lopped €1.2 million off the asking price.  Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

AIB’s chief executive still seeking a buyer for his plush eight-bed holiday home

Michael O’Leary: guesting on The Late Late Show.  Photograph: Dave Meehan

New figures from anna.aero show that Ryanair opened the most new routes of any airline in the world

Liz Delaney’s has had its own problems

International Monetary Fund:  tends to live in lingoland

IMF said Ireland should ‘internalise the externalities’ affecting its boom-bust-boom housing market

Porterhouse Parliament Street:  made profits of €320,000

Group incorporates about seven bars, five restaurants, Lillie’s Bordello nightclub, the Dingle Distillery and its brewing operatio(...)

Tesco said it would reduce its capital expenditure for next year to £1 billion, from no more than £2.1 billion this year and cut costs by £250 million a year

Supermarket chain to cut costs and sell assets as it seeks to win back market share

Irish stores will ultimately be overseen by the boss of its British operation, which is set for an overhaul

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