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Horse geneticist Emmeline Hill said if inbreeding is unchecked, it would continue to increase, given the high demand in the business for particular bloodlines of successful sires. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons.

A significant rise in inbreeding in the thoroughbred horse sector poses threats for Ireland’s valuable breeding business, according to a new study. (...)

A resumption of trading in Datalex shares has been affected by the auditors of the 2018 annual report, EY, refusing to offer an opinion on the company’s accounts.

Irish businessman Tom Anderson, owner of the Empire Cinemas chain in the UK, has build up 5.35 per cent stake in Datalex in off-market transactions as(...)

 Sergi Roberto of Barcelona attempts  a spectacular clearance during the Spanish Super Cup semi-final defeat to Atletico Madrid  at King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Photograph:  Francois Nel/Getty Images

Barcelona topped a list of the world’s most money-spinning football clubs for the first time in an annual league table that also outlined the shiftin(...)

There were 568 corporate insolvencies last year, down from 767 recorded in 2018 and the 1,684 from 2012

The number of corporate insolvencies in the State last year was 26 per cent lower than a year previous, according to figures compiled by professional (...)

KPMG UK’s culture had become marred by internal politics and bureaucracy.

When Bill Michael was elected chairman of KPMG UK in 2017 on a promise of restoring stability to both its finances and brand, he knew it would be a gr(...)

For 2020, 170,000 visitors are expected to see the latest products, both serious and silly, from 4,500 companies in fields as various as the internet of things, 5G and augmented reality

The world’s biggest technology event will kick off the new decade in Las Vegas on Tuesday, with some of the world’s best-known companies vying with hu(...)

Even before the latest fires, Deloitte estimated that the economic costs to Australia of natural disasters would rise to 39 billion Australian dollars (€24.2 billion) a year by 2050, equivalent to almost 2 per cent of the country’s current GDP

Around my parents’ home on England’s south coast, global warming is proceeding so benignly that French champagne houses are buying up tracts of local (...)

Last month, Datalex reported that its net loss for the first half of 2019 narrowed to $6.9m.

Datalex, the travel software company caught in controversy over accounting irregularities, has appointed Deloitte as its new auditor. The company als(...)

Liverpool celebrates scoring during the Uefa Champions League Group E football match with RB Salzburg  earlier this month, in Salzburg. Photograph: Joe Klamar/AFP via Getty Images

Insane, selfish, money-oriented and egotistical: football’s grandees could have been talking about the professional game in general. But, on this occa(...)

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