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The auto index was boosted by a 5 per cent jump in Fiat Chrysler on Tuesday. Photograph: Denis Balibouse/ Reuters

European indices performed well on Tuesday with the exception of the Iseq with investors hoping for a more accommodative US policy stance at the end o(...)

John Dowling: “Adorable, always good-humoured and very, very intelligent”. Photograph: Pôle Universitaire Léonard de Vinci/PA

It is not unusual to hear praise for the dead. But the praise yesterday from students and colleagues of John Dowling, the 66-year-old Irish lecturer m(...)

 Iliad founder Xavier Niel is backing entrepreneurs with unconventional backgrounds

Once a prolific car thief who did time in prison, Tally Fofana now has a billionaire’s backing as he seeks to turn knowledge gained from his criminal (...)

Debenhams shares sank 21 per cent in London, their biggest ever one-day fall, after a Drapers report said some high street suppliers have stopped working with the department store chain.

Dublin’s Iseq, one of the laggards across European stock market indices in 2018, stood out as a rare bright spot on Wednesday amid hopes that British (...)

Building materials group and index heavyweight CRH slid 2.23 per cent to €27.65

Trade war fears continued to weigh on markets on Friday, leaving European shares suffering after one of their worst weeks since March. DUBLIN Ryanai(...)

Traders  on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on Wednesday. Photograph: Brendan McDermid/Reuters

A rally in European shares fizzled out on Thursday after some poor company results and a slide in commodity prices. DUBLIN Building materials giant (...)

Ryanair was ahead 2.6 per cent to €16.70, a day after its annual results. An analyst note on Tuesday speculated on the possibility of further share buybacks. File photograph: Andrew Yates/Reuters

European shares touched their highest level since the start of February on Tuesday as car makers and bank stocks climbed and Italian shares recovered.(...)

Employees exiting from the Eir Group headquarters at Heuston South Quarter on Thursday after news of 750 redundancies was announced. Photograph: Alan Betson

Richard Moat, who stepped down this week as chief executive of Eir, said five years’ ago (then as chief financial officer) that he hoped a programme t(...)

Departing Eir staff are being offered five weeks’ pay per year of services, capped at two years’ pay, according to sources.  Photograph: Alan Betson

Eir has unveiled plans to cut 750 jobs days after a majority stake in the company was acquired by two French firms controlled by telecoms billionaire (...)

Eir’s head of sport and TV Glen Killane, who was  recruited in 2016 from RTÉ, is one of seven senior executives to leave the telco in the coming weeks. Photograph: Alan Betson

Eir has confirmed the departure of five more senior executives, bringing to seven the number that have left in the wake of the company’s imminent take(...)

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