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Tiffany & Co’s shares tumbled in New York after the jeweller’s latest set of quarterly same-stores sales fell short of expectations and the company said it was investing heavily to turn around its business. Photograph: Bloomberg

European shares advanced on Friday, helped late in the session by robust data from the United States, though stocks across the continent ended the wee(...)

Traders  at the New York Stock Exchange on March 12th. Stocks gave up early gains  as uncertainty over the prospect of tariffs undid some of the market’s recent  gains. Photograph: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg

The Iseq in Dublin was flat as trading remained choppy across Europe on geopolitical concerns. Engineering firm GKN and miners dragged the FTSE 100 i(...)

Tullow Oil chief executive Paul McDade

Tullow Oil said on Monday it plans to sell $650 million (€527m) of seven-year bonds to refinance the same amount of debt that is due to be repaid in 2(...)

 Aidan Heavey, then-CEO of Tullow Oil, and Graham Martin at the company’s AGM in 2015. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

London-listed United Oil & Gas has announced the appointment of Graham Martin as a non-executive chairman with immediate effect. United Oil &(...)

A view of the Stocks app on an iPhone against the London Stock Exchange sign in the City of London. Photograph: Kirsty O’Connor/PA Wire

European and US shares suffered their worst week since January 2016, with equities in Europe falling again on Friday and Wall Street finishing in posi(...)

A trader works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on Wednesday. Photograph: Brendan Mcdermid/Reuters

US stocks remained on an unsteady footing as the bout of volatility that’s gripped global financial markets persisted amid signs that the rise in tre(...)

Guinness, owned by Diageo, is one of a number of Irish companies with a significant presence in Ghana. Photograph: iStock

The Republic has signed a double taxation agreement with Ghana in a move seen as an important step towards increased trade with West Africa. The agr(...)

Tullow Oil chief executive Paul McDade: “It’s a very strong outcome, it puts us in a great position to move forward with the growth of the company.”

Irish explorer Tullow Oil reported a surprise €18 million operating profit on Wednesday after three years in the red and said it expected the first oi(...)

Smurfit Kappa Group chairman Liam O’Mahony. The paper-based packaging group reports full-year results on Wednesday. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

MONDAY Results: Ryanair, Bristol-Myers Squibb. Indicators: Irish services PMI (Jan); euro-zone services and composite PMI (Jan); retail sales (Dec(...)

 FBD chief executive Fiona Muldoon: doubled her pay packet to just under €900,000. Yet FBD’s share price only rose by 4.4 per cent over the period for which that pay packet applied.  Photograph: Eric Luke

The infamous, so-called L’Oréal Defence – “because we’re worth it” – is routinely deployed by everybody from company chief executives to nurses and te(...)

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