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Irish and many EU citizens were banned from travelling to the US, employees were forced to work from home and companies on both sides of the Atlantic scrambled to find new ways to do business.

As we entered 2020, the trade and business relationship between Ireland and the US had hit unprecedented high levels of investment flows in both direc(...)

Aryzta said it has reopened bakeries in Europe and the US, and brought some staff back from furlough.

Swiss-Irish food group Aryzta said it has seen “steady improvement” in revenue trends as lockdowns to slow the spread of coronavirus have eased. The(...)

Cyclists  wearing masks   in Beijing. China  has increased its coronavirus testing  in the capital  as authorities attempt to control an outbreak stemming from a market in mid-June. Photograph:  Getty Images

Global coronavirus cases have passed the 10 million mark as concerns mount over dangerous resurgences of the disease in several countries, most promin(...)

Customers queue to enter the Ikea outlet in Ballymun, Dublin, on its reopening after Covid-19 restrictions were relaxed. Photograph: Colin Keegan/Collins Dublin

The immediate human and public-health cost of the Covid-19 outbreak will pass but will leave behind a fundamental long-term change in customer behavi(...)

A view of Tigh na Cille. Photograph: Aidan Fitzgerald

The ruin of the west Kerry former cliffside home where writer Máire Mhac an tSaoi spent many summers has been attracting overseas attention since it w(...)

Children play in a newly built playground near a hospital waiting room in Ciudad del Este. Women in Paraguay have an average of 2.45 children, according to the World Bank. Photograph: Kait Bolongaro

Graciela Romero bounces her four-month-old son on her knees as she recounts her aunt’s final moments. “Aunt Aida Maria had all the symptoms and looke(...)

European shares closed at a near one-week low on Monday. Photograph: Yuriko Nakao/Bloomberg

European shares closed at a near one-week low on Monday as signs of a resurgence in coronavirus cases in Germany and elsewhere unnerved investors hopi(...)

Malahide Castle, the home of the Talbot family. James Talbot would inherit the castle in 1849 following the death of his older brother. Photograph: William Murphy/Wikimedia Commons

When we’re asked to picture a spy in our minds we often conjure up a tuxedo clad agent confidently navigating a world of megalomaniacs, futuristic gad(...)

AllSaints is proposing to restructure its coronavirus-hit business by forcing its landlords to cut rent bills

Fashion retailer AllSaints is proposing to restructure its coronavirus-hit business by forcing its landlords to cut rent bills. The company, which ha(...)

US soldiers  at  a military training area in Germany. Photograph:  Christof Stache/AFP via Getty Images

An announcement by US president Donald Trump that the US will pull thousands of troops from Germany in a symbolic blow to the postwar order has oversh(...)

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