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The New York Stock Exchange, on Monday, where global markets were sharply higher on the day following reports the US and China have made progress in their trade dispute. Photograph: Justin Laneepa

A temporary ceasefire in the US-China trade war boosted global stocks to their highest in about three weeks on Monday, while sending the dollar lower (...)

Minister for Health Simon Harris told the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland’s annual Thanksgiving lunch that Brexit was “a lose-lose” for the EU and the UK.

Ensuring that workers get access to affordable homes must be a priority for Government, according to the leader of the Republic’s most influential bus(...)

Vivian Farrell, CEO of Modular Automation: ‘We are supporting multinational companies in Ireland to be more competitive and to keep jobs in Ireland’

Future generations of medical devices coming out of the US could be manufactured on automated production lines using Irish technology. Earlier this mo(...)

Smurfit Kappa had a strong day on the Iseq, with the paper and packaging company bouncing 3.6 per cent to €29.56. Photograph: Luke Mac Gregor/Bloomberg

European equities staged a sharp recovery after last week’s market carnage and a sluggish Monday session as most sectors rallied and investors turned (...)

Johnson & Johnson reported slightly better-than-expected quarterly profit on Tuesday, helped by demand for its cancer drugs. Photograph: Mike Blake/Reuters

Johnson & Johnson reported slightly better-than-expected quarterly profit on Tuesday and pushed its full-year forecast higher, as demand for its c(...)

Bank of America will be posting its latest results, as will Bellway, eBay, Goldman Sachs, Netflix, Johnson & Johnson, Morgan Stanley, among others. Photograph: Jeremy Bales/Bloomberg

MONDAY Results: Bank of America. Indicators: Irish balance of trade (Aug); German import prices (Aug); US retail sales (Sep). Meetings: Opening (...)

Tesla chief executive Elon Musk: After he publicly apologised for criticising an analyst, Tesla’s share value soared by almost $5 billion, making it “maybe the most valuable apology of all time”. File Photograph:  Joe Skipper/Reuters

Hardly a week passes now without one major company or another expressing contrition for its sins. Facebook is sorry for lax privacy controls. Apple is(...)

Marguerite O’Sullivan: “We are seeking to build teams as diverse as the patients we serve.”

The evidence is clear: less diverse workplaces, particularly those where women are under-represented, make less money. There are fewer perspectives br(...)

Pfizer is one of four pharma companies – along with Abbott, Johnson & Johnson (J&J) and Merck –  examined in the report ‘Hard to Swallow: Facilitating Tax Avoidance by Big Pharma in Ireland’. Photograph: Tom Bergin/Reuters

Ireland’s corporate tax system is helping some of the world’s largest drug companies deprive emerging economies of almost €100 million a year, accordi(...)

People arrive at the US embassy’s economic conference in Dublin, on Thursday. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Brexit won’t be a short, sharp shock for Irish businesses but will cause considerable difficulties for years, according to a leading executive at one (...)

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