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Microsoft is the top exporter in Ireland, a new report said today.

CIARA O’BRIENMicrosoft has become the top exporter in Ireland, increasing its export turnover by 37 per cent in the past year and beating competition (...)

Mining company Alcoa kicked off the US earnings season with results that beat analysts’ estimates.

European stocks rose to their highest level in almost a month as miner Alcoa kicked off the US earnings season with results that beat analysts’ estima(...)

China is often touted as a land of opportunity, but it is when people talk about the food industry that the possibilities become really tantalising. F(...)

A family looks at foreign imported milk powder products at a supermarket in Beijing after China’s top economic planner decided to investigate leading foreign infant milk companies for suspected anti-trust violations. Photograph: Kim Kyung-Hoon/Reuters

China’s top economic planning agency said yesterday that it would investigate some of the world’s biggest infant formula makers for possible anti-trus(...)

Ryanair, in line with the  travel and leisure space generealy, had a remarkable day, finishing up nearly 4 per cent. Photographer: Paul Thomas/Bloomberg

Global equity markets and crude oil rose yesterday as investors snapped up riskier assets at the start of a new quarter after data showed US manufactu(...)

Eamon Doherty, general manager of Kilkenny Food Company

The once humble oat is now well-established as one of today’s superfood heroes. Nutritional interest in this high-fibre, cholesterol-busting grain has(...)

BlackBerry, the Canadian smart phone maker,  fell 25 per cent to $10.82 after reporting a quarterly loss and lower-than-projected sales. Photograph: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Most European shares fell yesterday marking the close of a volatile quarter with their first monthly loss in over a year, as investors worried about (...)

Donard Gaynor’s knowledge of the global spirits market, particularly the buying habits of whiskey drinkers, is older than some of the rare malts resti(...)

 Iseq  heavyweight CRH added 2.7 per cent to finish the day  at €15.22

Soothing words from central bankers in China and the US calmed investors yesterday and contributed to European shares bouncing off six-month lows, wit(...)

 John Moloney: leadership recognised

The Irish Exporters Association yesterday presented its highest honour – the Gold Medal – to John Moloney, group managing director of Glanbia, in reco(...)

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