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When Ireland went into lockdown last March, people panicked as never before and swept into supermarkets like locusts, stripping shelves bare and pilin(...)

134-135 O’Connell Street occupies a high-profile position at the heart of Limerick city’s commercial core

The long-standing difficulties faced by Debenhams in the UK and the more recent demise of its operations in Ireland present developers and investors w(...)

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Last year, I interviewed a woman living in a care home in Dublin. In her early 40s, she was the youngest person there. She had battled multiple sclero(...)

EU competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager previously did not appeal another ruling annulling her decision ordering the Netherlands to recover between €20m and €30m in tax benefits for Starbucks. File photograph: Getty

European Union competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager is reported to be leaning towards lodging an appeal against a court decision that quashed h(...)

Slack earlier this year signed a lease for new offices that will give it capacity to add as many as 1,100 jobs locally

Losses ballooned at the Irish arm of Slack Technologies last year as turnover jumped by more than 60 per cent to $216.7 million (€182.5 million). The(...)

 Shaquille O’Neal speaks  during the 2019 NBA awards  in Santa Monica, California. Photograph: Kevin Winter/Getty Images for Turner Sports

The gaggle of kids shooting baskets on a Gainesville street start to shriek and holler when they see Shaquille O’Neal climbing out of a police cruiser(...)

US President Donald Trump has signed a pair of executive orders prohibiting US residents from doing any business with TikTok, WeChat or the apps’ Chin(...)

More than 25 million Americans have filed for unemployment insurance since Covid-19 began spreading across the US. Photograph: Getty

Starbucks founder Howard Schultz and more than 100 other US chief executives have called on the US Congress to deliver more support for small business(...)

US stocks rose on Wednesday as a slew of positive earnings updates and hopes for assurances of continued support from the Federal Reserve overshadowed concerns about next steps for the government’s coronavirus relief plan. Photograph: AP Photo/Richard Drew

Europe’s main stocks benchmark closed nearly flat on Wednesday, as investors waited to hear from the US Federal Reserve, but a flurry of earnings repo(...)

EU competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager ordered Apple in 2016 to pay €13.1bn in back taxes. Photograph: John Thys/AFP via Getty Images

Paul Gallagher, the State’s Attorney General during the depths of the financial crisis, has had a busy time getting back up to speed since Taoiseach M(...)

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