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US stock index futures hit new all-time highs on Friday, with investor optimism bolstered by an upbeat set of US corporate earnings reports and indications of resilience in the Chinese economy.

European shares clocked a record closing high on Friday after European Union trade commissioner Phil Hogan struck a positive tone on talks with Washi(...)

The funding of Drinkaware by the alcohol industry, including Diageo and Heineken, is made clear on the website. Photograph: Getty Images

Minister for Health Simon Harris’s interference in media treatment of alcohol issues feels worse than a hangover. Just over a fortnight ago, it seems (...)

Ryanair moved 1 per cent lower to €14.45, as investors digested news that the High Court in Dublin had rejected the carrier’s attempt to prevent operations chief Peter Bellew from joining rival EasyJet in January.

European shares dipped slightly on Monday amid thin volumes as traders adopted more cautious positions in the run-up to the Christmas break following (...)

Flexibility also extends into such areas as parental leave. Photograph: iStock

With unemployment at 4.8 per cent , employers must work harder to find, recruit and retain good people. Workplace flexibility can be a powerful tool. (...)

Alcohol-free bar: Anna Walsh of the Virgin Mary, in Dublin, makes a Ceder’s spritz. Photograph: Tom Honan

Each year more and more people are saying goodbye to hangovers and hello to alcohol-free versions of beer, cider, wine and spirits. Even a couple of y(...)

 The Gravity Bar at the  Guinness Storehouse, Dublin

Dublin City Council has given the green light for a large-scale apartment development, in spite of concerns that the plan will compromise views from t(...)

Photograph: PA Wire

Vodafone Ireland employees whose partners have a baby will get four months of fully paid parental leave that can be taken any time within the first 18(...)

Marks & Spencer ended marginally lower after jumping nearly 8 per cent earlier in the session. The chain reported a plunge in first-half earnings but like-for-like sales growth in its food business. Photograph: Reuters

European stocks scaled a fresh four-year peak on Wednesday driven by a surge in shares of consumer-focused companies that helped offset declines in au(...)

Renewable Gas Forum Ireland believes converting slurry and silage to biomethane could cut carbon emissions by 2.6 million tonnes annually boost the rural economy. File photograph: Getty

Families could pay an extra €5.70 a month for energy if the Government accepts proposals to convert farm waste to gas, according to a group promoting (...)

Cork Jazz Festival: this year’s festival was organised without an overall director. Photograph: Daragh Mc Sweeney

Jazz is improvised music, but looking at the programme for this year’s Guinness Cork Jazz Festival, there may be more improvisation happening off-stag(...)

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