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Ryanair fell more than 2.3 per cent to €10.04, after it appeared to end its “Ryanair Holidays” package travel brand

European shares rose after China signalled more stimulus measures to soften the blow from a tariff war with the US, although fresh worries over bad lo(...)

The Teeling Distillery and visitor centre in Dublin 8

The number of visitors to Irish whiskey distilleries is expected to surpass 1 million this year. The forecast comes as whiskey distilleries continue (...)

A trader at CMC Markets in London: financial markets are being subjected to a daily barrage of mixed Brexit headlines. Photograph: Henry Nicholls/Reuters

Currency traders in London, preparing for an all-nighter on Tuesday as Theresa May’s EU withdrawal agreement was supposed to come before the UK parlia(...)

The Ricard family is the largest shareholder in Pernod Ricard, with a 16 per cent stake and 22 per cent of voting rights.  Photograph: iStock

Billionaire Paul Singer’s Elliott Management pounced on another European corporate icon, building a stake in Pernod Ricard in an effort to boost retur(...)

Bolands Quay

In a year of monster deals, Facebook’s recently announced move to the 14-acre Bankcentre campus opposite the RDS in Ballsbridge has real wow factor: “(...)

Ireland made it to the World Cup playoffs but lost 5-1 in the second leg to Denmark at the Aviva Stadium

The Football Association of Ireland reported a rise in international match income last year as the national team battled its way to the World Cup play(...)

The Grand Bar at the revamped Cafe en Seine, looking through to the new entrance on  Anne’s Lane. Photographs: Dara Mac Dónaill

The clue is in the name. Dublin’s Cafe en Seine, which re-opens on Friday after a five-month, €4 million makeover, has been fully Frenchified. The two(...)

Total turnover of Irish craft beer producers in 2017 amounted to €44.3 million. Photograph: Tom Honan

There has been an explosion in the number of Irish craft breweries opening up over the past decade, with a vast and growing selection of beers now ava(...)

Denis O’Brien: he said  it was highly possible that the British government could fall in the coming days, with Mrs May unlikely to get sufficient backing to carry a vote on the proposed deal

Irish businessman Denis O’Brien has said the UK is in so much chaos over Brexit that it looks like an emerging market rather than an established econo(...)

Karen Bradley speaks during a press conference at the Grand Central Hotel after meeting  business leaders to discuss the draft Brexit deal.  Photograph:  David Young/PA Wire

Northern Secretary Karen Bradley has called on politicians to apply “cool heads” and support the draft Brexit deal in the UK’s “national interest”. M(...)

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