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The Indesit logo is seen in a shopping center in Rome yesterday. Whirlpool, the world’s largest maker of home appliances, has agreed to pay €758 million to buy a 60 per cent stake in smaller Italian rival Indesit. Photograph: Tony Gentile/Reuters

Whirlpool agreed to pay €758 million for a controlling stake in Italian appliance maker Indesit, its largest acquisition since buying former rival May(...)

Investors  were betting that  the financial troubles of Portugal’s Banco Espirito Santo won’t spiral into a euro zone banking crisis. Photograph: Reuters

European stocks were little changed, halting five days of losses, amid increased takeover activity, while investors also bet that the financial troubl(...)

UPC block in East Point Business Park, close to Dublin’s city centre. photograph: peter moloney

The successful run of distressed commercial property sales and the higher prices available have triggered an increasing number of routine investment d(...)

The average tap uses seven litres of water per minute, so it’s a good idea to turn it off when you brush your teeth. Photograph: Thinkstock

People have become very interested in water conservation, says Mark Burke of bathroom product manufacturers Roca Ireland. This is because average a(...)

Patrick Kennedy, chief executive at Paddy Power, announces his retirement. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

European shares closed at a six-year high on solid corporate earnings and the chance of more European Central Bank stimulus. The euro fell to a five-w(...)

Employees assemble washing machines on the production line inside a factory of Hefei Rongshida Sanyo Electric in Hefei, Anhui province, yesterday. Photograph: Reuters

Home appliance maker Whirlpool said it will acquire a controlling stake in Hefei Rongshida Sanyo Electric for $552 million to expand in China’s fast-g(...)

Whirlpool has posted a stronger-than-expected jump in quarterly profit and raised its full-year outlook, citing sales gains in all of its markets, inc(...)

Pinnacle 2, Eastpoint: high volume of space involved and the strength of the covenant allowed Deutsche Bank to secure a competitive rent

The Dublin office market is about to get a major shot in the arm with the decision by Deutsche Bank to lease a substantial new office block at Eastpoi(...)

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