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Minister of State for Public Procurement Patrick O Donovan, the Minister of Finance  Paschal Donohoe, and Minister of State for Financial Services and Insurance Michael Darcy  at the launch of the Summer Economic Statement on Wednesday. Photograph: Stephen Collins/Collins Photos

The Government unveiled its annual summer economic statement on Wednesday, revealing that it’s not so much a pie to be divvied up in Budget 2018 but a(...)

In a half-year trading update, the construction and infrastructure giant Carillion downgraded its full-year revenue guidance, with sales now expected to be between £4.8 billion and £5 billion. Photograph: PA Wire

Markets were down across the board on Tuesday with defensive stocks driving Britain’s FTSE down while the ISEQ’s drop was driven by significant falls (...)

The  Pizza Sunday Club operating their free pizza service for homeless people, on Grafton Street. Pictured are cofounder Martin Connolly, Anto Brophy, cofounder Cormac Noonan, Colm Gleeson and Sebastian McKenna. Photograph: Dave Meehan

It’s 8:30pm on a sunny Sunday evening on Grafton Street – as most of the final revellers from the Taste of Dublin festival make their way home, anothe(...)

 The newly unveiled Terry Wogan statue on Harvey’s Quay in Limerick. Photograph: Alan Place

When it comes to public sculpture, it may well be the case that critical disdain does not necessarily lead to public disdain. Indeed, the opposite may(...)

Amazon founder and chief executive Jeff Bezos: news of Amazon’s $13.7 billion takeover of Whole Foods sent shockwaves through supermarket aisles. Photograph: Alex Wong/Getty Images

Uncertainty over the impact of Amazon’s $13.7 billion takeover of Whole Foods on the food industry upset the markets on Friday, as the deal sent shock(...)

Traders work in front of the German share price index, Dax board, at the stock exchange in Frankfurt on Monday. Photograph: Reuters

Monday was a slow day on Ireland’s benchmark index which ultimately closed down by 0.62 per cent. Volumes were light on the day as political uncertain(...)

Grafton Group chief executive Gavin Slark said the group expected favourable trends in its Irish and Netherlands businesses to continue. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Builders merchanting company Grafton Group’s chief executive, Gavin Slark, has expressed confidence that the UK home repair and maintenance industry w(...)

“Despite the above-average gross domestic product growth, the Iseq has underperformed other European markets given investor concerns about a knock-on effect to Brexit.” Photograph: Getty Images

Almost 88 per cent of Ireland’s publicly-quoted companies reported earnings in recent months that either met or beat markets expectations, despite ini(...)

Eddie Kelly, chief executive of Grafton Merchanting: company anticipates “a more sustained new homebuilding programme over the coming years”.   Photograph: Shane O’Neill Photography.

Grafton Merchanting, the owner of the Chadwicks and Heiton Buckley brands, has announced it will create 170 jobs over the next two years. The jobs wil(...)

‘Fake news’ is shunned by mainstream media organisations for 364 days of the year but one day a year it graces the websites and pages of news media, A(...)

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