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 Ryanair aircraft at   Rome’s Ciampino airport. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images

What has Ryanair announced? The airline said in a surprise move early on Friday that it would recognise trade unions in a bid to head off threatened(...)

Germany’s central bank raised growth projections on Friday, arguing that the economy will continue to enjoy an export-driven boom, even if its rate of(...)

In a statement, Impact confirmed that it had contacted Ryanair and sought an immediate meeting with management to “clarify issues and make progress”

Trade unions stopped short of calling off threatened strikes at Ryanair after the airline ditched its policy of refusing to recognise such groups. Ry(...)

Shea O’Dwyer, right, founder of Coolmore Foods, speaking to delegates at a trade show

A bakery based in Bandon, Co Cork, has invested in a product development centre as it attempts to grow its export business by wooing foreign supermark(...)

Representation row: Ryanair argues that its existing structure is already a fair collective bargaining system and that it has the Supreme Court’s approval.  Photograph: Clodagh Kilcoyne/Reuters

Ryanair pilots are heading for their first ever strike within the next few days in what could turn into a battle of wills between them and the airline(...)

Ryanair’s options may include bringing in pilots from other bases in Europe, using training captains  and calling on crew kept on standby. Photograph: Clodagh Kilcoyne/Reuters

Ryanair may bring in pilots from outside the Republic or hire planes from other airlines as it bids to mitigate the impact of a threatened strike next(...)

The primary benefit of alternative dispute resolution is that it is cheaper than going to court. Photograph: iStock
Keeping out of court

Alternative dispute resolution is having a moment. Recent years have seen a marked rise in initiatives designed to keep conflicts out of court. In Oc(...)

The ECB reiterated its commitment to continue bond purchases at least until the end of September. Photograph: iStock

The European Central Bank kept its ultra-easy policy stance unchanged on Thursday, promising to hold rates low for an extended period and even maintai(...)

Micro Focus (formerly Novell) employs over 100 people in Ireland

The Irish subsidiary of enterprise software provider Micro Focus, formerly Novell Ireland, declared a $179.8 million (€153m) dividend in its last fina(...)

Ryanair  check-in counter at Berlin Schoenefeld. Photograph: Epa/Hayoung Jeon

Ryanair pilots in Germany are likely to strike within days, a move timed to coincide with planned stoppages by their colleagues in the Republic and It(...)

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