Employees of French water and waste giant Suez took to the Parisian streets on Tuesday to protest against Veolia’s bid for a stake in the company. Photograph: Ludovic Marin/AFP

Image of the week: Water fight There was French business drama this week as utility multinational Veolia’s move to take over water and waste giant Su(...)

The index was dragged down by a fall of about 2.2% for Ryanair, with the carrier closing at €11.80 on another weak day for airlines across Europe. File photograph: Getty

European stocks climbed as analysts speculated the market could be relatively resilient to last week’s technology-led declines in the US, while sterli(...)

Customers’ average basket size at Penneys is still higher than last year even after the initial post-Covid rush. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Full-year profits at Penneys will be “at least at the top end” of the company’s forecast £300 million to £350 million range due to a recovery in tradi(...)

Danish shipping group Maersk, a bellwether for global trade, issued forecast-beating full-year earnings.

European stocks closed higher on Wednesday following new record highs for Wall Street’s main indexes, while airlines rallied on hopes of a shorter qua(...)

Wall Street rose     after a record-setting increase in monthly US jobs pointed to a rebound in business activity following the easing of coronavirus-led lockdowns. Photograph:   Angela Weiss/AFP via Getty Images

Growing coronavirus vaccine hopes and positive jobs news from the US boosted markets on Thursday. DUBLIN Ryanair climbed 2.86 per cent to €10.97 on (...)

Penneys on O’Connell Street, Dublin. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Penneys and Primark owner Associated British Foods (ABF) has said that sales at the retailer plummeted 75 per cent over the past quarter due to the lo(...)

The longest queues on the high street in Southend, Essex, were for Primark and Sports Direct, both of which appeal to value-focused shoppers. Primark trades as Penneys in Ireland. Photograph: Yui Mok/PA Wire

Eager shoppers queued early outside some stores on London’s Oxford Street on Monday morning as non-essential shops were allowed to reopen for the firs(...)

AIB was up 3 per cent, Bank of Ireland was up 3.5 per cent, while Permanent TSB was up 6 per cent. Photograph: Frantzesco Kangaris/Bloomberg

World stock markets hovered near three-month highs on Monday, and safe-haven government bonds inched lower as risk appetite grew on signs that the glo(...)

All Primark stores were closed over 12 days from March 11th as coronavirus spread.

Fashion retailer Primark plans to reopen all 153 of its stores in England on June 15th as coronavirus restrictions are eased, encouraged by European s(...)

Penneys/Primark, which does not have an online business, generates about half of the group’s revenue and profit

Penneys/Primark owner Associated British Foods said it would not pay an interim dividend to save cash and could not provide full year 2019-20 earnings(...)

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