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Ronan rings me at some ludicrous hour. I’m like, “Ro, it’s the middle of the night.” He goes, “It’s eleben o’clock in the morden, Rosser,” which in m(...)

Topaz says there has been a tremendous response to the Cantina menu

Ireland’s largest fuel retailer Topaz is to create 40 new jobs as part of a €1 million investment that will see it opening up 10 new Cantina food outl(...)

The demand for protein, in the form of dairy and meat, will almost double over the next 30 years. Ireland’s competitive advantages in these foods include its weather and its structure of family farming.

The population of the world’s urban centres will increase by almost 70 per cent between now and 2050. The Earth’s population will by then exceed nine (...)

European Commissioner Margrethe Vestager told an Oireachtas committee that ‘fighting aggressive tax planning practices should make countries such as Ireland and others an even better place in which to invest’. Photograph: Eric Vidal/Reuters

Anti-Austerity Alliance-People Before Profit TD Richard Boyd Barrett found himself in unfamiliar territory this week as he took his turn to question E(...)

The  LEGO Batman Movie  comes out next week and will likely increase the strength of the toymaker’s brand.

Google has overtaken Apple to become the world’s most valuable brand, while Lego is deemed to be the most powerful, according to a new survey. In a s(...)

Margrethe Vestager in Dublin on Tuesday where she insisted the EU was not on a “witch hunt” against US companies. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

European competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager has said she believes Apple owes Ireland virtually all of the €13 billion of back-taxes the EU h(...)

Aryzta CEO Owen Killian: he has ruled out going cap in hand to shareholders for money to bolster the balance sheet

In late 2015, after a rocky six months in which Aryzta’s stock had tumbled 50 per cent amid a series of disappointing earnings results from the Swiss-(...)

The biggest problem with the Dow is that it weights stocks according to share prices, rather than the market value of individual companies.

Call it what you will. The old man of Wall Street, Dow Jones Industrial Average has been described, variously, as a hopelessly archaic, irrelevant ind(...)

Traders celebrate on the main trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange as the Dow Jones Industrial Average passes the 20,000 mark shortly after the opening of the trading session. Photograph: Brendan McDermid/Reuters

Corporate earnings are offering relief after traders began to unwind a rally in the dollar and equities amid concern that post-US election gains had (...)

Sports Direct are to open a new store in the former Boyers building on North Earl Street. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Despite his £2 billion fortune, the brand new £40 million corporate jet, the uncharacteristic stability at Newcastle United and the reported rekindlin(...)

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