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A Ryanair Boeing 737 aircraft approaches Paris-Beauvais airport in Tille, northern France. Photograph: Christian Hartmann/Reuters.

Citadel Europe, the hedge fund founded by billionaire Ken Griffin, has taken a 0.56 per cent short position in Ryanair, according to data disclosed to(...)

EU and Irish officials are exploring the possibility of carrying out “factory gate” customs checks. Photograph: Clodagh Kilcoyne/Reuters

Two of the State’s largest agri-food businesses have raised concerns about practical measures being considered for checks on food and animal health t(...)

Kerrygold butter: a legal case in California claiming “false and misleading advertising”  was thrown out.

A standard 250g block of Kerrygold butter was the fastest-selling food or drink item on German supermarket shelves last year: “fastest” meaning the mo(...)

Stripe founders Patrick and John Collison. The company’s valuation recently rose to €19.9 billion

In a troublesome geo-political environment, business was at times a struggle in the past 12 months. But the cream eventually rises to the top and our (...)

Louis Fitzgerald has reportedly bought famous Harry Street hostelry Bruxelles for an estimated €10m.

Developer Noel Smyth is planning to bring more than €100 million worth of new residential developments to the rental sector, according to the Sunday I(...)

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar is due to meet with US president Donald Trump on Thursday.

Irish companies Netwatch and RelateCare are to create a combined 280 new jobs in the US, with a number of other businesses from the Republic also anno(...)

Chinese premier Li Keqiang cut the government’s 2019 growth target on Tuesday. Photograph: Andy Wong/AP

The Iseq outperformed European peers on Tuesday while economic data from China put a dampener on global markets as a trade deal with the US remains to(...)

Traders at  the New York Stock Exchange. US shares reversed early gains and headed lower as investors awaited details of a possible trade deal between the White House and China. Photograph: Johannes Eisele/AFP/Getty Images

Stock indexes around the world were higher on Monday on optimism the US and China would reach a trade agreement as soon as this month. DUBLIN In D(...)

The big tech firms continue to drive demand for new office space, and the Dublin crane count remains high. In fact, while the whole economy would take a hit from a no-deal Brexit, Dublin would have a lot of insulation. It is rural Ireland which stands exposed

Big parts of our economy are now in a kind of suspended animation, waiting for the outcome of the Brexit talks. In the domestic economy – the bit of o(...)

Traders   at  New York Stock Exchange.  Wall Street’s main indexes climbed on Friday as strong economic data from China fed into optimism around trade, but muted US economic data kept a lid on gains. Photograph: Reuters

European shares rose to five-month highs on Friday, starting March on a strong footing, as a fresh batch of corporate updates fuelled risk appetite ev(...)

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