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The Frankfurt Stock Exchange: the Dax ticked above 16,000 for the first time. Photograph: Alex Kraus/Bloomberg

European stocks nudged up to new highs again on Friday, clocking their fourth consecutive week of gains. Investors proved optimistic after a strong e(...)

The cyberattack that brought the HSE to its knees recently has forced the organisation to review how it protects its electronic and IT systems into the future.

The Irish economy will rebound dramatically this year – growing by 11 per cent – on the back of stronger exports and a resurgence in consumer spending(...)

Staff at Ipsen’s Dublin site work in research and development, manufacturing and also on the commercial side of the business.

French biopharma company Ipsen is investing €25 million to boost manufacturing capacity at its factory in Blanchardstown, north Dublin. The company, (...)

Insulation group Kingspan was up 2.8%  to €57.50

European shares rose on Friday, their first positive session of the week, as better-than-expected business activity data from the bloc pointed to a li(...)

The S&P 500 and Nasdaq extended a record rally on Wednesday, even as FedEx limited gains after cutting its annual profit forecast for the second time this year. Photograph: Justin Lane/EPA

Renewed concerns over a no-deal Brexit caused European shares to post a mixed result on Wednesday, with the Iseq outperforming peers, rising 0.22 per(...)

Clyde House occupies a high-profile site within Blanchardstown Business and Technology Park

Agent CBRE is guiding what it describes as a “competitive rent” of €475,000 per annum (€7.78 per sq ft / €83.82 per sq m) for a ground-floor manufactu(...)

The US industrials sector was 0.82% higher, helped by Caterpillar Inc’s 2.3% jump and Boeing’s 0.7% rise . File photograph: Brendan McDermid/Reuters

Shares rallied on Monday as US president Donald Trump appeared to defer increases in tariffs on Chinese imports and hint that he was very close to a t(...)

Ipsen: “I would honestly say we’ve got a more engaged workforce than we had in 2015. There’s more energy in the company, we’re much more aligned and we certainly have higher levels of trust,” says vice-president James Byrne. Photograph: Joe Keogh

It takes a certain amount of moxie – and a modicum of humility – for a company to decide to embark on the journey to become one of Ireland’s Best Work(...)

Ryanair dropped 1.9 per cent to €16.60  as Ophelia slammed into Ireland.

The Iseq index in Dublin stood out as a weak spot in a broadly flat European market as investors speculated on the cost of Hurricane Ophelia to the Ir(...)

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.  Photograph: Bloomberg

European shares rose on Friday as investors maintained strong flows into the region but top regional benchmarks came off earlier highs after disappoin(...)

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