Economists  have raised the prospect of governments pledging together to spend more to bolster growth. Photograph: Reuters

Stock markets gained for the third day in five on Friday as G20 policymakers meeting in Shanghai sought common ground on how to reboot a struggling gl(...)

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Painting teamwork: AbbVie staff carrying out refurbishing work at St Joseph’s Special School, Sligo AbbVie staff doing refurbishment work at St Joseph’s Special School in Sligo

There are many ways to develop teamwork. Crédit Agricole Credit Insurance (CACI) has 14 nationalities among its 106 employees and the company believe(...)

Dun & Bradstreet’s Evolve team (from back): Dwane O’Sullivan, Emma Tynan, Matt Lowe, David Long, Eoin Doyle, Anne Kearney, Kate O’Kane, Rebecca Newsome, Kevin D’Arcy, Rachel McGrane, Sarah Winton and Inge van de Wetering

AbbVie Ireland – Time to Talk Following its foundation in 2013, research-based pharmaceutical AbbVie implemented the AbbVie Talent Philosophy and Ti(...)

The pound fell the most since 2009 after London Mayor Boris Johnson, one of the UK’s most popular politicians, said he’ll campaign for Britain to leave the European Union in a June referendum. (Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg)

The pound fell the most since March 2009 after London Mayor Boris Johnson, one of the UK’s most popular politicians, said he’ll campaign for Britain (...)

Norwegian Air chief executive Bjoern Kjos

Norwegian Air, which is seeking to establish a low-cost long-haul business in the Republic, is interested in partnering with other European low-cost c(...)

Ryanair was also down 0.5 per cent, closing at €15.07. Photograph:  Alan Betson

European equities ended little changed on Tuesday after swinging between gains and losses amid sparse trading and a lack of catalysts as the Christma(...)

Shares in Irish oil and gas exploration company Providence Resources regained some ground by the close, having dipped by as much as 8 per cent earlier. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

World equity indexes gained modestly yesterday after a rout last week. Positive US housing data helped Wall Street shrug off a weak manufacturing rep(...)

Apple weighed heavily on all major US stock indices as it fell for the fifth straight day. Photograph: Kimihiro Hoshino/AFP/Getty Images

Greece’s banking stocks plunged for the second day in a row, holding down the main Athens index which otherwise turned the corner after the previous (...)

Heineken: results out Monday
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