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On Thursday shares in cement-maker HeidelbergCement fell as much as 10.3 per cent. Photograph:  Neil Hall/Reuters

HeidelbergCement, the world’s second-largest cement-maker, trimmed its profit guidance for 2018 on Thursday, sending its shares down as much as 10 per(...)

The markets hit session lows  after US treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin (above)  pulled out of a major investment conference in Saudi Arabia. Photograph: Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty

European shares swung back into the red yesterday as fears of rising rates and disappointing earnings from US industrials dragged Wall Street down, wh(...)

A man walks past a display with portraits of Saudi king Salman bin Abdulazziz (C), his son Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (L) and the founder of the kingdom, King Abdulaziz al-Saud, in Riyadh. photograph: Fayez Nureldine /AFP/Getty Images

The pressure on business leaders to cut or suspend ties with Saudi Arabia following its apparently barbaric murder of a journalist illustrates the dan(...)

Ireland's biggest builders and landlords: (top row) Kevin Nowlan, Justin Bickle, Michael Stanley, Thomas Edwards Moss; (bottom row) Alan McIntosh, Margaret Sweeney, John Mulcahy and Charles Gallagher

Founder shares, long-term incentive plans, bonuses. It’s not just property prices that have risen sharply in recent years. Those investors who steppe(...)

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. US shares were lower in mid-afternoon trading in all-round choppy session on Wednesday. Photograph:  Brendan McDermid/Reuters

European shares fell on Wednesday, as markets globally were rattled by weaker-than-expected quarterly sales from technology giant IBM as well as fears(...)

European shares hit their lowest point in more than 21 months following an anxious slide on Wall Street, as jitters over rising US Treasury yields, trade tensions and signs of slowing global growth prompted a sell-off of risky assets.

European shares hit their lowest point in more than 21 months following an anxious slide on Wall Street, as jitters over rising US Treasury yields, tr(...)

Marmite maker Unilever drops  plans to centralise its HQ in Rotterdam. Photograph:   Epa/Andy Rain

Fears that the US may accelerate interest rate hikes sent European shares falling to their biggest weekly loss on Friday. Investors believe the world’(...)

Burberry fell 5.6%  along with shares in European luxury goods companies as concerns persisted over a slowdown in China. Photograph: Taylor Weidman/Bloomberg

European shares suffered their biggest fall in a month on Thursday as global stock markets came under pressure from surging bond yields. The pan-Europ(...)

Siobhan Talbot has been a member of the Glanbia board since 2009. Photograph: Jason Clarke

Glanbia’s managing director Siobhan Talbot (54) is to join the board of Irish construction giant CRH in December. Ms Talbot is group managing direct(...)

The Republic’s unemployment rate trebled to more than 15% in the four years to early 2012. File photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

The Republic’s economy – measured by gross domestic product (GDP) – is now officially 50 per cent larger than it was in 2007, before the Celtic Tiger (...)

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