Cliff Taylor looks at how Theresa May's hard-Brexit will impact on the Irish economy and how future trade between the countries might be affected.
Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey circus will close after 146 years in business, due to declining tickets sales and high operating costs. The move will put 400 cast and crew members out of work. Video: REUTERS
Enterprise Ireland release their annual report for 2016, revealing a record 201,000 people are now employed by agency-backed firms
The European Commission has published its full decision on the finding that Ireland offered computer giant Apple up to €13 billion in illegal state aid. Cliff Taylor explains the controversial decision. Video: Apple, Reuters
Could this be the end of long queues at supermarkets? In early 2017 Amazon will launch their first check-out free supermarket in Seattle. Video: Amazon
A UK company has released a concept of what airports might look like by the year 2040. They may be more efficient and passenger-friendly than ones now. Video: Next Media Animation
First-time buyers will only be required to have a deposit of 10 per cent regardless of the value of a property when applying for a mortgage.
Measuring 719m in length, take a trip through the Phoenix Park tunnel as it reopens to commuter rail traffic. Video: Iarnród Éireann
A capacity audience attends The Irish Times Brexit Summit in Dublin
Local residents march through Athenry's town centre on Sunday, November 6 in support of Apple's proposed €850m data centre, which has been delayed by objectors trying to block planning permission on environmental grounds. Video: Joe O'Shaughnessy
Athenry in Co. Galway was given the go-ahead for the proposed project by Apple worth €850 million but complaints from three locals are putting the project in jeopardy. Video: Mark Paul
Political Deputy Editor Pat Leahy and Managing Editor Cliff Taylor talk about the upcoming Irish Times Brexit sunnit on 7th November.
Cork property developer Michael O’Flynn and global fund manager BlackRock Real Estate have partnered to acquire a prime site in Dublin’s docklands with planning permission to accommodate 935 student beds. Video: Point Campus
A toy robot called Marty that can play soccer, dance, and walk, and is programmable by young children, has earned inventor Alexander Enoch a prestigious Royal Academy of Engineering award. Video: REUTERS
Nintendo has unveiled its new console, the Nintendo Switch, which will be released in March 2017. Video: Nintendo
Electric car giant Tesla is coming to Ireland next year with four super charging stations. Video: Michael McAleer/ Tesla
An international take on Budget 2017 dealing with FDI, Brexit/BEPS by Liam Diamond, Tax Partner, PwC.
What do creche owners and mothers think of the new affordable childcare scheme? Video: Niall Sargent
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