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EU beret vs Union Jack cape: let the battle commence. Photograph: Leon Neal/Getty Images

Image of the week: Choose your player The anti-Brexit protester in her telltale beret comes face-to-face with the Union Jack flag-turned-cape of the (...)

Philips will move much of its Glemsford, Suffolk-based production plant to Drachten in the Netherlands. Photograph: Balint Porneczi/Bloomberg

Philips said it will shutter a baby products factory in the UK, after concerns over the nation’s exit from the European Union intensified this week. (...)

Arup’s BIQ building in Hamburg has a bioreactor façade or photosynthetic curtain which uses microalgae to control light, provide shade from the sun and generate heat for hot water or internal heating.

Some scientists spend years manipulating and analysing microscopic biological, chemical or physical interactions in the hope of seeing something new t(...)

Black Friday  was brought to this part of the world by the Walmart-owned Asda in 2013 and by everyone else a year later. Photograph: Rob Stothard/Getty Images

Some Black Friday sales started in Ireland last week and everyone from Argos to Zara is now promising discounts of anywhere between 20 and 70 per cent(...)

Man in the middle: UK chancellor Philip Hammond prepares to deliver his latest budget speech

Technology giants Google, Facebook and Amazon will face a new digital services tax in the UK from 2020 under plans announced by chancellor of the(...)

Paddy Power Betfair fell almost 3.9 per cent to €73.45. Several UK-exposed gambling companies were under pressure after the Financial Times reported that UK Chancellor Philip Hammond was set to increase taxes paid by offshore bookies in his budget later this month.

European shares fell at the end of a choppy trading session on Monday, as relief over Moody’s decision to keep Italy’s sovereign rating outlook stable(...)

Shares in Philips, which had already slid 8 percent since early October, dropped another 6.3 per cent to €32.55 in early trade, hitting their lowest since early April.

Dutch healthcare technology company Philips missed estimates for core profit in the third quarter on Monday, sending its shares to their lowest in mor(...)

Applegreen dropped 3.9% to €6.50, as it shed a portion of its gains over the pervious two sessions.

Anti-euro comments from a senior Italian politician and bubbling concerns about Brexit negotiations combined to send European shares lower on Tuesday.(...)

DAA chief executive Dalton Philips. Photograph: Peter Houlihan/Fennell Photography

State company DAA and Aer Lingus are singing from the same hymn sheet when it comes to what Dublin Airport needs to sustain growth. DAA chief executi(...)

DAA chief executive Dalton Philips: “We are constrained and we rapidly need this infrastructure and we need it now.” Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Dublin Airport plans to spend €900 million by 2023 on an expansion that will allow it to handle up to 40 million passengers a year. The spending will (...)

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