Motoring editor Michael McAleer explains why Europe chose diesel and why EU emission tests aren’t fit for purpose. Video footage: Getty Images
Volkswagen has admitted up to 11 million of its vehicles worldwide have been fitted with software to deceive US emissions tests. Assistant business editor Michael McAleer explains what happened and what it means for motorists and manufacturers. Video footage: Getty Images
The long delayed sale of Elm Park, the vast office and residential development at Merrion Road in Dublin 4, is finally to proceed following a decision by Nama to offer the investment for sale on the international market.
The CEO of Volkswagen US, Michael Horn, says he is confident the car manufacturer will make amends following emissions test rigging. Video: Reuters
German luxury carmaker BMW's new chief executive, Harald Krueger, faints on stage at the Frankfurt auto show. BMW later confirmed Krueger is stable and recovering well. Video: Reuters
Apple has unveiled new iPhones, iPads and a new version of Apple TV. The new iPad Pro, has a 12.9-inch screen, making it significantly bigger than the existing 9.7-inch model
Question of the Week: Are we facing into an autumn of market turmoil? Cliff Taylor, Irish Times managing editor, gives his view.
A Greek bailout deal has been reached 'in principle', although there remain some minor details to resolve, a European Commission spokesperson says. Video: Reuters
90 new double-deckers are to be added to the Dublin Bus fleet. The buses have dedicated spaces for buggies, separate wheelchair spaces, a CCTV monitor that allows passengers to see available space on the upper deck and signs announcing the next stop.
The Low Pay Commission recommended the minimum wage be increased to €9.15 but conceded that PRSI could affect take-home pay along with zero-hour contracts.
John Collison of Stripe speaks about the trends of shifting from using physical cash to digital money. Video: EY
Sean O'Sullivan of SOSventures speaks about what it takes to be ready for the potential investment of large amounts of capital. Video: EY
Alan Clarke of Statsports speaks about the highs and lows of research and development in business. Video: EY
China stocks gain for a second day, propped up by a barrage of government support measures, but worries remain over the impact of overall global market sentiments. Video: Reuters
IMF chief Christine Lagarde reiterates that Greece's massive debt will need restructuring, calling current situation 'a situation of acute crisis.' Video: Reuters
Ciarán Hancock and Sarah Bardon look at the key points on Brian Cowen's second day performance in front of the banking inquiry.
Former Taoiseach Brian Cowen appears before the Oireachtas banking inquiry.
Brian Thornes speaks about making the transition from working in the medical industry to the business industry. Video: EY
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