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Microsoft has pumped $1 billion  in pursuit of the ultimate AI dream: a vast, artificial human brain that can run on Microsoft’s globe-spanning cloud computing system

Ryanair pilots will meet trade union officials today to discuss the slow progress of a pay claim they made to the airline. The pay claim is separate t(...)

Berenberg analysts focused on the upside for the Irish commercial property sector in their 159-page report. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

German private bank Berenberg has said Ireland’s growing rate of rented accommodation is playing into the hands of Dublin-listed landlord Ires Reit an(...)

 Lufthansa  cited falling revenue from its Eurowings budget business as a key reason for the profit warning.  Photograph: Kai Pfaffenbach

A profit warning from Lufthansa sent the German airline’s shares plunging by 11 per cent and dragged down rivals across the sector as they battle for (...)

Is C&C ready for a fresh round of cider wars? Photograph: iStock

The unseasonably warm weather in Ireland at the moment should ordinarily put a pep in the step of C&C chief Stephen Glancey. After all, the drin(...)

US-China trade tensions were judged to have eased on Friday. Photograph: Reuters

European shares climbed to their highest level in six weeks as US-China trade tensions eased. DUBLIN Ryanair attracted a lot of attention after the (...)

Owen Killian  with the RDS Gold Medal which was awarded by the resident of the RDS in October, 2014 Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Call it a bad karma but the moment former Aryzta boss Owen Killian received the RDS Gold Medal for Industry, the State’s top business award, things be(...)

Aryzta,  the company behind Cuisine de France bread, had net debt of €1.6bn   at the end of January, the half-way point in its financial year

Aryzta shares hit new lows on Monday after an analyst warned that the Swiss-Irish baker would have to tap shareholders for further cash to cope with i(...)

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Photograph: Christopher Lee/Bloomberg

European shares dipped as HSBC disappointed investors and German gas group Linde’s proposed $87 billion tie-in with Praxair hit regulatory hurdles. (...)

Gary McGann, chairman of Aryzta, and Kevin Toland, chief executive. Photograph: Alan Betson

A number of leading food analysts have downgraded Swiss-Irish food group Aryzta as shares in the company fell for a second day in a row, wiping almost(...)

Aryzta chief executive Owen Killian, who announced this week that he will leave the company in July. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

Embattled baked goods company Aryzta, which owns Cuisine de France, has lost a fourth top executive as the group faces into an unprecedented restructu(...)

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