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Signage outside the WPP offices in London, as the advertising giant said the first signs of “Brexit anxiety” were beginning to show as the firm reported slower sales growth in Britain. Photograph: Chris Radburn/PA Wire

WPP, the world’s largest advertising group, reported a slowdown in organic net sales growth in the third quarter to 2.8 per cent, saying a weaker perf(...)

Bank of Ireland closed at 19 cent, up more than 7 per cent.

Almost all European markets climbed, recovering from slippage earlier in the session, as remarks by European Central Bank president Mario Draghi were(...)

“On Indeed, the job-search website, there are 32,000 openings specifying creativity in London alone, compared with only 2,700 requesting politeness.”

I’m not creative. Neither are most of my colleagues. The Financial Times employs clever people who know how to spot stories, write them elegantly, an(...)

Hong Kong  commerce secretary Greg So poses for a selfie with Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau   . “Does Justin Trudeau realise how desperate his China love-in looks?” asked a commentator at the Spectator.

In numbers: Fox News payouts $20 million Sum that Rupert Murdoch’s 21st Century Fox will pay former Fox News presenter Gretchen Carlson to resolve h(...)

Shopping  in Oxford Street,  London: there is a growing belief Britain can avoid a recession that only weeks ago was regarded as likely. Photograph:  Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP/Getty Images

Britain’s high streets are heaving with shoppers despite June’s shock vote to leave the EU, big companies have reported few signs of distress and some(...)

DoubleTree by Hilton: Dalata’s announcement that  it was looking at taking over the former Burlington sent shares in the hotel group up by more than 5.4%. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill/The Irish Times

European equities climbed for a third day, with investor confidence slowly coming back amid the calmest market in more than a year. Dublin’s Iseq ro(...)

WPP chief executive Martin Sorrell. Photograph: Anthony Devlin/PA Wire

WPP, the world’s largest advertising group and owner of Ireland’s Wilson Hartnell, reported a better-than-expected 3.8 per cent jump in first-half net(...)


The lexicon: Hard Brexit Brexit looks set to be very hard indeed for both Britain and Ireland, with new figures suggesting a contraction of 0.2 per(...)


The 14 long-standing bosses of Ireland’s largest public companies received a 3 per cent pay rise last year to an average of €1.927 million, according (...)

The £70 million pay package recently awarded to Martin Sorrell was one of the biggest payouts in British history.

The average pay of bosses in Britain’s FTSE 100 rose more than 10 per cent in 2015 to an average of £5.5 million, according to a survey that is likel(...)

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