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Employees work underneath the chassis of a Mercedes-Benz S-Class automobile as it moves along the production line at the Daimler AG Mercedes-Benz factory in Sindelfingen, Germany. Photographer: Krisztian Bocsi/Bloomberg

German business morale rose in February to its highest level since July 2011, suggesting Europe’s largest economy will grow faster in the first(...)

The building on the corner of Grafton Street and Lemon Street, Dublin, which was formerly occupied by A|wear. Photograph: Alan Betson

One of the best retail pitches on Dublin’s Grafton Street goes on the letting market today when a top international trader is sought for the former A|(...)

Aer Lingus: climbed 1.89 per cent to €1.35. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

The success of Ireland’s first post-bailout bond sale and solid jobs news from Germany boosted stocks across the region yesterday.This country’s heavi(...)

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Image of the week: Dog days The business picture wires were filled with approximately 95 per cent men in suits this week, but there’s enough of t(...)

European shares this morning lacked the momentum to extend a rally to multi-year highs. Photo: Bloomberg
Shares pause on earnings concerns

European shares this morning lacked the momentum to extend a rally to multi-year highs, following downbeat signals from Remy Cointreau and Hugo Boss. (...)

We’re all (well, nearly a million of us) familiar with their characters – Gavin, Trish and Kellie – from the RTÉ series Love/Hate, but for this Christ(...)

The luxury fashion and accessories brand, Michael Kors, is to open its first stand-alone Irish store at Dundrum Town Centre in the coming weeks. The H(...)

The Penneys store on O’Connell Street, Dublin: Primark is one of 70 apparel brands and retailers which have signed a contract with international and local trade unions and NGOs to ensure sustainable improvements to working conditions  in Bangladesh

  The Penneys winter collections launched today prompted questions about the aftermath of the Bangladesh disaster in May, in which more(...)

SVG Capital chief executive officer Lynn Fordham has been overhauling the investment firm after it was forced to cut its commitment in Permira’s latest fund by half during the financial crisis.

SVG Capital Plc, the biggest backer of private-equity firm Permira Advisers LLP, agreed to sell SVG Investment Managers as it posted 23 per cent incre(...)

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