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Google may use ARM’s technology to design its own server processors. Photograph: Reuters

British chip designer ARM Holdings Plc’s shares rose as much as 5.7 per cent after Bloomberg reported Google may use ARM’s technology to design its ow(...)

Ryanair drifted slightly on the Irish Stock Exchange, closing at €6.10, its performance weakening ahead of results on Monday. Photograph: Rui Vieira/PA Wire

The euro weakened the most in six months versus the dollar as inflation in the region slowed more than forecast and improving US economic data fuelled(...)

The percentage increase in profit excluding some items this year will be in the mid to high teens because the company sees benefits from its cost cutting, Shire said. Photograph: JB Reed/Bloomberg News.

Shire rose the most in seven years after increasing its full-year profit forecast as a reorganisation of the UK drugmaker led to lower costs. Shire so(...)

South Korea’s defence ministry spokesman Kim Min-seok leaves after a briefing at the ministry. South Korea voted against Boeing’s F-15 Silent Eagle in its 8.3 trillion won ($7.7 billion) tender. Photograph: Kim Hong-Ji/Reuters

South Korea said it would hold a new tender for 60 fighter jets after rejecting Boeing’s bid for the 8.3 trillion won ($7.7 billion) contract over con(...)

Ireland is very far away for most investors in Asia, and most of the headlines have been negative in recent months, but there are signs of a growing c(...)

There are indications that Ireland emerged out of recession between April and June, following yesterday’s confirmation that the euro zone as a whole h(...)

In a sign of the failure to stem subscriber defections following the launch of its  BlackBerry 10 devices, the maker of the once must-have device for the business world conceded it needed to look at options for its future including a sale or alternatives such as joint venture. Photograph: Reuters/Brendan McDermid

BlackBerry has put itself up for sale as part of a wider strategic review to help the ailing Canadian handset maker in its battle for survival in(...)

 CRH climbed 4.38 per cent to €15.86 in Dublin on  reasonable volumes

The closure of the New York exchange to mark the July 4th celebrations meant a very slow start to the day in European exchanges, although business pic(...)

“We blame Apple for losing its mobility mojo,” Vernon Essi, Jr, an analyst at Needham and Co, wrote in a report. Photograph: Reuters/Lucas Jackson

Apple shares fell to the lowest price in more than a year after its audio-chip supplier, Cirrus Logic, predicted sales that missed estimates be(...)

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