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 Donald Trump eats a pork chop on a stick while attending the Iowa State Fair on in  Des Moines, Iowa, August 2015. Photograph: Win McNamee/Getty Images

Becoming leader of the free world is hungry work, so Donald Trump will be pleased with his first task as US president today – eating lunch. After b(...)

Sports Direct are to open a new store in the former Boyers building on North Earl Street. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Despite his £2 billion fortune, the brand new £40 million corporate jet, the uncharacteristic stability at Newcastle United and the reported rekindlin(...)

‘I went to that church in Charleston, and, you know, I did it,’ Dylann Roof told two FBI officials in June. File photograph:  Jason Miczek/Reuters

In an interview last year with FBI agents, Dylann Roof admitted to opening fire at a prominent black church in Charleston “because somebody had to do(...)

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The 14 long-standing bosses of Ireland’s largest public companies received a 3 per cent pay rise last year to an average of €1.927 million, according (...)

In an era of gourmet dining and obsession with healthy ingredients, Donald Trump is a throwback to an earlier, more carefree time in American eating.

President Barack Obama is so disciplined that his wife has teased that he eats precisely seven lightly salted almonds each night. George W Bush was (...)

Budweiser has been reprimanded over its use of an image of Conor McGregor in an advertising campaign for a competition.  File photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times

Budweiser has been reprimanded by the Advertising Standards Authority for Ireland (ASAI) over its use of an image of sports star Conor McGregor in an (...)

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has come out strongly against inversions by US companies describing the Pfizer-Allergan deal as “disgusting”. (Photo by Darren Hauck/Getty Images)
What are tax inversions?

Inversions are in essence, a financial exercise which allow companies to lower their tax bills by acquiring a legal address abroad. This is typically(...)

Aryzta chief executive Owen Killian:  has sold most of his own shares in company. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Aryzta shareholders are said by market sources to be extremely frustrated at the recent collapse in the company’s share price. Shares in the Swiss-Iri(...)

Owen Killian,  CEO of Aryzta.  The food group has been struggling to stem investor unease about the company’s US business, which is reported to have lost some big contracts, and a potentially costly French acquisition.

Owen Killian chucked a proverbial grenade into the Aryzta trenches with the announcement that he had sold nearly two thirds of his stake in the compan(...)

A drug addict who was ‘out of it’ when he took a six-year-old boy from outside a shop before leaving him minutes later and taking his chicken nuggets has been jailed for three years. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times.

A drug addict who was “out of it” when he took a six-year-old boy from outside a shop before leaving him minutes later and taking his chicken nuggets (...)

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