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Nestle, the world’s top food and drinks maker, soared to all-time highs after giving an upbeat outlook for the year ahead on an improving outlook in China and North America.

European shares gave up three-month highs on Thursday after a surprise sharp decline in US retail sales pulled stocks lower in afternoon trading, spoi(...)

The New York Stock Exchange  on Friday: US stocks fell and treasuries rose as investors assessed the latest threat to the global trade order and a disappointing jobs report. Photograph: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg

Stock markets edged downwards on Friday after US president Donald Trump’s threat to impose an extra $100 billion in tariffs on China exacerbated fears(...)

Micro Focus (formerly Novell) employs over 100 people in Ireland

The Irish subsidiary of enterprise software provider Micro Focus, formerly Novell Ireland, declared a $179.8 million (€153m) dividend in its last fina(...)

Bank of Ireland at College Green, Dublin. The bank’s shares  shed 1.44%  to end the day at €6.99

European shares fell on Monday as US and South Korean military manoeuvres left investors nervous about continuing geopolitical tensions. However, deal(...)

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Tech stocks enjoyed a rebound on Tuesday.

A recovery in tech stocks and fresh optimism over troubled Italians banks lifted European shares from seven-week lows on Tuesday. The pan-European STO(...)

Micro Focus employed 96 people in Ireland last year with staff-related costs totalling $7.9 million

The Irish subsidiary of enterprise software provider Micro Focus, formerly Novell Ireland, saw profits and turnover fall last year. The company, who(...)

Ryanair put in another strong session, rising 1.7 per cent, following sector wide trends. Photograph: Nick Ansell/PA Wire

European stocks climbed to an 11-month high on merger and acquisition speculation on Friday, while the dollar’s rally paused as investors adjusted the(...)

Hewlett Packard chief executive Meg Whitman. HP has announced the sale of most of its software assets for $8.8 billion.

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) is to spin off and merge its non-core software assets with Britain’s Micro Focus International in a deal worth $8.8 (...)