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The crash in oil prices continued to hound heavyweights BP and Royal Dutch Shell, which closed 3.6 per cent and 2.4 per cent lower respectively.

There was little respite for European stock markets on Wednesday as they sank for a fifth consecutive day and ended the session at a 14-month low. In(...)

Kerry Group chief executive Edmond Scanlon: the agribusiness group scored just 18.4 out of 100 on the Corporate Human Rights Benchmark. Photograph:  Colm Mahady / Fennells

Irish food giant Kerry has been rapped on the knuckles for failing to identify and address human rights issues across its supply chains. The company(...)

At the Aer Lingus brand reveal in early 2019 before an Airbus A330 was (from left) Sean Doyle, Mike Rutter and Dara McMahon. File photograph: Naoise Culhane

Aer Lingus’s chief operating officer Mike Rutter is believed to be leaving the Irish airline. Mr Rutter joined Aer Lingus in early 2014 as chief com(...)

Horse Racing Ireland (HRI) has confirmed the appointment of a new security firm to transport cash from racecourses after the company that used to prov(...)

A receptionist has been awarded €51,168 by the Labour Court. Photograph: iStock

A receptionist has been awarded €51,168 by the Labour Court as compensation for discrimination over how she was treated when she returned to work from(...)

Kerry Group added 1.5% to €102 as industry followers cheered better-than-expected six-month figures and an upbeat outlook Dutch nutrition group DSM

European shares dropped on Tuesday as investors baulked at the European Commission pulling back its euro-zone growth forecasts and as mounting concern(...)

Ryanair dropped 1.4 per cent to €11.07 after analysts at Goodbody said the grounding of its Boeing 737 Max 8s could cost it €10 million this year.

European shares rose slightly on Wednesday as gains across most sectors offset losses among lenders, which were hit by a lack of detail in European Ce(...)

Britain’s prime minister Theresa May in the House of Commons on Wednesday. Photograph: Reuters

Irish shares and the wider European market advanced on Wednesday as investors bet UK parliamentarians would reject a chaotic no-deal Brexit some 24 ho(...)

Buying flowers with a card at a market in Stockholm, Sweden. Cash is disappearing in the country faster than anyone thought it would. Photograph: Loulou d’Aki/The New York Times

Few countries have been moving toward a cashless society as fast as Sweden. But cash is being squeezed out so quickly – with half the nation’s retaile(...)

An injured man receives medical care at Wazir Akbar Khan hospital after a car bomb blast in Kabul. Photograph: Jawad Jalali/EPA

Gunmen attacked a British security contractors’ compound in the Afghan capital, Kabul, on Wednesday, killing at least 10 people and wounding 19 only h(...)

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