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Ryanair made a strong comeback on Thursday. Photograph: Paul Faith/AFP

European markets gained ground on Thursday despite fears over rising Covid levels and Wall Street’s Thanksgiving holiday break. DUBLIN Ryanair gaine(...)

In New York, gains in defensive shares and Boeing helped the Dow and the S&P 500 index recover some lost ground. Photograph: Justin Lane/EPA

European stocks rallied Wednesday from a sell-off in the previous session, with healthcare stocks boosted as AstraZeneca agreed to buy a rare-disease(...)

 Trinity students and LaunchBox 2021 finalists Ellen Ryall of furniture upcycling platform ReFunk; Timothy Orimolusi of digital prescription management solution QRx, both from Cork; and Heather Bruton of student support platform UniPeer from Dublin.

Two university-backed start-up accelerators have launched with the aim of seeking the next wave of entrepreneurial talent. The inaugural AgTech UCD a(...)

Year-to-date, turnover is down 3.3 per cent to €1.17 billion, as against €1.2 billion in the prior year.

Agri-business specialist Origin Enterprises has recorded slight fall in revenues for its third quarter as prolonged cold weather impacted farm activit(...)

Coillte chief executive Imelda Hurley: We’ll remember Covid but we’ll talk about the licensing crisis. Photograph: Fennell Photography

For Coillte chief executive Imelda Hurley, the challenges posed over the last year by Covid and Brexit pale in comparison to a crisis the State forest(...)

US stocks advanced on Tuesday, with the Nasdaq jumping more than 3 per cent to recoup its losses from the previous session, as US bond yields retreated and investors picked up battered technology stocks.

European stocks ended Tuesday decidedly higher after extending gains from their best session in four months a day earlier, as a rise in shares of oil (...)

German airline Lufthansa dropped almost 2 per cent after it posted record losses for 2020

European stocks fell on Thursday after three straight sessions of gains as a jump in US bond yields knocked risk appetite globally, with heavyweight m(...)

Origin Enterprises saw its pretax loss shrink over the first half of its financial year

Agri-services business Origin Enterprises saw its pretax loss shrink in the first half of its financial year as the company battled with the impact of(...)

Rose Hynes

Former Shannon Group chairwoman Rose Hynes is taking the same role at the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) on an interim basis. Minister for Transport (...)

Tom O’Mahony, former chief executive of Origin Enterprises. Mr O’Mahony was succeeded as CEO by Sean Coyle, who joined the group two years ago as chief financial officer, having previously worked with UDG Healthcare, Aer Lingus and Ryanair

Agri-services group Origin Enterprise’s long-standing chief executive, Tom O’Mahony, received a €1.09 million payment in lieu of notice as he retired (...)

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