The new technology underpinning the State’s largest gaming franchise has been the source of controversy since its instalment late last year. Photograph: istock

Franchise criticised over new technology platform rolled out late last year

Head of the leftist Syriza party Alexis Tsipras waves to his supporters during a party election rally in central Athens  ahead of Greece’s general election on January 25th.

Report assesses whether rise of eurosceptic parties could trigger another debt meltdown

Minister for Jobs Richard Bruton  said at the heart of our jobs plan is developing a powerful engine of Irish enterprise. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons / Irish Times

Brite:Bill is looking to hire recruits on foot of winning lucrative contract in North America

Christmas shoppers contributed to the largest quarterly retail rise since 2007. Photograph: Eric Luke

Retail Excellence Ireland figures suggest gains came from discounting

For sale signs are posted outside homes in London, UK. Photographer: Suzanne Plunkett/Bloomberg News

Eurostat figures show house prices here rose by 15% in the 12 months to end of September

Bord Bia expects new schem too benefit at least eight   Irish businesses this year

Agency’s ‘Step Change Programme’ aimed at companies with turnover between €100,000 and €5m

Survey by Central Bank anticipates tighter credit standards loans for house purchases

Retailers claim the new Lotto ticket terminals, touted in advance as state of the art, are plagued by technical glitches, causing them to crash frequently. Photograph: istock

Technical glitches have caused drop in sales, retailers claim

Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton welcomed the announcement that Zimmer is to create 250 jobs in Co Galway

Company established a manufacturing facility in Shannon in 2007

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