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Bjorn Kjos, chief executive of Norwegian, rejected two previous offers from IAG

Shares in Norwegian Air Shuttle slumped by a record margin after the company raised three billion kroner (€308 million) through a share sale to avoid (...)

Tullow said four new infill wells in Ghana are expected to be on line by early next year. That addition would boost gross production to around 180,000 barrels of oil per day. Photograph: iStock

Tullow Oil said it delivered “solid results” in the third quarter of the year despite ongoing volatility in oil prices. The exploration group said it (...)

A Tullow Oil drilling block in Kenya. Photograph: Getty Images

Irish explorer Tullow Oil has been found liable for $50.8 million (€43.7 million) of costs, in addition to a previous award against it of $140 million(...)

Tullow swung into its first annual operating profit for three years in 2017, on the back of rebounding oil prices and higher-than-expected production. Photograph: Danny Lawson/PA

Before stepping away from Tullow Oil in two weeks’ time, Aidan Heavey will have to preside over a board decision on whether the company he founded 33 (...)

Tullow Oil chief executive Paul McDade: he  said the company had so far performed strongly in 2018

Irish explorer Tullow Oil has been ordered by a court in the UK to pay $140 million (€120m) to settle a row over the termination of a contract in Ghan(...)

Norwegian-born shipping tycoon John Fredriksen: his business empire includes the world’s largest salmon farmer Marine Harvest, which has interests in the Republic. File photograph: Ints Kalnins/Reuters

Billionaire investor John Fredriksen has agreed to buy a stake in Bulk Infrastructure, which plans to build a large data centre in his native Norway a(...)

  Madrid  stock exchange: Spain’s Banco Popular extended its slide from the previous session, taking losses over the past two sessions to more than 11 per cent. Photograph:  Sergio Barrenechea/EPA

Dalata Hotel Group, agricultural services company Origin Enterprises and Ryanair counted among the top-performing large-cap stocks in Dublin as Europe(...)

Playing basketball at a  Nike store in New York: Nike was dragged down 1.3 per cent. Photograph: Jennifer S Altman/The New York Times

European shares ended the month marginally lower after falling to a one-week low on Tuesday, as investors turned more realistic about US president Don(...)

Bank of Ireland dipped 0.76 per cent to 26 cent. Traders noted the volume of trades in its shares was “not huge”

European shares advanced for a second day after US Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen reiterated that the world’s biggest economy would raise interes(...)

Valeant Pharmaceuticals plunged as much as 42 per cent to the lowest since 2011 after cutting its sales forecast. Photograph: Christinne Muschi/Reuters

Global stocks dropped on Tuesday as the biggest two-day slide for commodity prices in a month reminded investors of the financial-market turmoil that (...)

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