The stakes are high for both the European Commission and Apple as they face off before the EU’s final court of appeal
Car giants are trying to cut out the middleman and move away from traditional dealership models, but what will that actually mean for Irish car buyers?
Tallaght car retailer recently moved to new premises on Airton Road
‘Rapid daily increase in cross sanctions and logistical difficulties’ prompts the move
New electric Mini will be made in China, and be smaller than the current hatchback
Exports of equipment and some forestry products banned until end of 2022
Vladimir Putin has personally given the sustainable energy sector its biggest shot in the arm for years
A number of big names suffer on Irish market amid uncertainty over Ukraine
Two new entrants to Irish market are a funky all-electric city car or a practical seven-seat petrol-powered people carrier
Interview: ‘No heads have rolled. Someone got it wrong,’ says dismayed company boss Mick Dwan
Fiat, Alfa Romeo and Jeep have a new distributor. Is it the start of an Italian renaissance?
French bank’s ALD arm strikes deal to buy rival LeasePlan
Once close to extinction, brands like Lancia and MG are radically reworking their line-ups
Transaction includes distribution of Fiat, Alfa Romeo, Jeep and Fiat Professional in Ireland
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