Martin Shanahan, CEO, of DA Ireland, assured TCS and Prudential of ‘continued support’.

India’s Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has agreed to buy Letterkenny, Co Donegal-based Pramerica Systems from insurance giant Prudential Financial, t(...)

App developer Daragh Molloy, who established Tadco, a company based at the gteic hub overlooking Galway Bay in Furbo. Photograph: Joe O’Shaughnessy

Daragh Molloy might work in Ireland’s most spectacular office. Looking out from his desk in Furbo, Connemara, you can see Galway Bay stretched out, wi(...)

A trader on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange shortly after the closing bell in New York. Photograph: Lucas Jackson/Reuters

European shares rose for a second straight day on Thursday, after China said it would hold trade talks with the United States, raising hopes that the (...)

The UK two- and 10-year curves inverted on Wednesday for the first time since 2008. Photograph: iStock

The global bond markets have flashed an ominous signal for two of the world’s biggest economies amid mounting concern over a slowdown in growth and pe(...)

Ryanair was up more than 1.1 per cent to €15.85, after announcing April traffic figures up 9 per cent.

European shares rose on Wednesday, boosted by several strong earnings updates and a rising tech sector after results from Apple exceeded expectations.(...)

Pictured with Derek Tierney (centre), Department of Finance, is president, Ireland Chapter of PMI, Niall Murphy (left) and PwC Director for Portfolio and Programme Management in Ireland, Darren D’Arcy. Photograph: Maxwells

The Ireland chapter of the Project Management Institute (PMI) has named Terence O’Donnell as its distinguished contributor to project management in 20(...)

Citi’s Dublin offices. The bank has joined JPMorgan at the top of global regulators’ list of systemically important banks.

Citi has joined JPMorgan at the top of global regulators’ list of systemically important banks, replacing HSBC and meaning the US bank will have to ho(...)

 Minister for Jobs Richard Bruton and Pramerica managing director Caroline Faulkner pictured with a model of the proposed facility  earlier this week

Plans to create 330 new jobs in Co Donegal may be delayed after it emerged that a number of objections have been lodged against the building of a new (...)

Pictured at the announcement  are Minister for Jobs Richard Bruton and Pramerica managing director Caroline Faulkner

More than 330 new jobs are to be created in Co Donegal over the next three years by one of the county’s biggest employers, Pramerica Systems Ireland. (...)

US Federal Reserve chairwoman Janet Yellen addresses a Senate banking committee hearing in Washington, DC, yesterday. She told lawmakers the central bank must press on with monetary stimulus as “significant slack” remained in labour markets and inflation was still below the Fed’s goal. Photograph: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg

US stock markets rose yesterday, adding to earlier gains as investors bet that the US Federal Reserve would not adjust guidance about how soon it w(...)

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