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Strong results from Glenveagh Properties and comments from the home-maker that it got off to a “fast start” this year on the sales front lifted its stock 1.5 per cent

The Iseq index of Irish shares dipped on Wednesday as the market took a breather following a 17 per cent rally since late December, and investors gave(...)

US President Donald Trump shakes hands with North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un following a meeting at the Sofitel Legend Metropole hotel in Hanoi. Photograoh: by Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty

Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un have begun their two-day summit in Hanoi, as the US president tries to revive efforts to persuade the North Korean leader(...)

The US industrials sector was 0.82% higher, helped by Caterpillar Inc’s 2.3% jump and Boeing’s 0.7% rise . File photograph: Brendan McDermid/Reuters

Shares rallied on Monday as US president Donald Trump appeared to defer increases in tariffs on Chinese imports and hint that he was very close to a t(...)

Shares of GE, which has a debt of more than $100 billion, have fallen more than 80 per cent from their peak in August 2000. Photograph: CJ Gunther/EPA

Shares of General Electric surged 15 per cent on Monday after the industrial conglomerate said it would sell its biopharma business to Danaher for $21(...)

Former GE CEO John Flannery had called the Alstom deal “very disappointing” and admitted in June the target of creating 1,000 jobs was “out of reach”. Photograph: Vincent Kessler/Reuters

General Electric will pay the French government €50 million after creating just 25 out of a promised 1,000 jobs in the country following its takeover (...)

Food group Kerry closed at €89.25, down almost 2.5 per cent, while insulation-maker Kingspan was another faller, down 3.1 per cent at €35.70

European shares ended a choppy trading session flat as disappointing economic data, including a technical recession in Italy, gradually sapped an earl(...)

 Patrick Coveney,  chief executive of Greencore: the company will discuss its intention to return £509 million (€580 million) to investors on Tuesday.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Monday Results: Whirlpool, Caterpillar. Indicators: Irish retail sales (Dec), overseas travel (Dec); Euro zone loan growth and money supply (Dec);(...)

The regulatory environment that surrounds businesses in the on-demand economy is often based upon principles and assumptions that no longer apply. Photograph: Nick Ansell/PA Wire

The way consumers access many everyday products and services has been turned on its head over the past five or six years by smartphones and the on-dem(...)

The stricken   Fukushima  nuclear power plant in  2011. The accident at the   plant was unleashed by a devastating earthquake and tsunami. Photograph:  Yoshikazu Tsuno/AFP/Getty Images

Just two years after the Fukushima nuclear accident, Shinzo Abe, Japan’s prime minister, was gamely trying to make a virtue out of a catastrophic liab(...)

Many aviation firms are based in Ireland. Photograph: iStock

Several of the global leaders in the aviation industry are in Ireland. We look at five: AerCap is a global leader in aircraft leasing, serving approx(...)

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