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Workers on one of Kentz’s projects. The engineering company has been signalling its intention to make an acquisition given the right opportunity

CIARA O’BRIENIrish-based engineering group Kentz will seek shareholder backing early in the new year for its proposed €316 million takeover of US ope(...)

Shares in the world’s largest maker of tractors and harvesters rose 2.6 per cent in afternoon trading on the New York Stock Exchange. Photograph: Luke Sharrett/Bloomberg

Deere & Co offered a surprisingly upbeat earnings forecast for 2014 yesterday, saying sales of construction and forestry equipment in the coming y(...)

Chief executive of the DAA Keith Toland: said new routes would deliver another year of strong growth

Canadian airline Westjet has will operate its first transatlantic service to Dublin from next summer.Both the Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) and Westj(...)

‘The problem occurred on August 26th, when 3 Mobile took €540.94 out of my account,’ our readers says. ‘These charges were not incurred by me’

Charged for calls made after phone was stolenEmma Gleeson has “a traumatic consumer story” that involves being held at gunpoint in Peru and having all(...)

Damian Neylin, leader, and Marie Coady, tax partner, PwC Ireland Asset Management Practice

Almost 500 global asset management leaders will gather in Dublin’s National Convention Centre over the next two days for PwC’s European Asset Manageme(...)

Irish whiskey’s renaissance has matured to the point where multinationals and domestic players have committed to spending almost €400 million on build(...)

Che Guevara: spawned a cadre of enthusiastic imitators when he went pillion with his friend Alberto Granado on their now legendary motorcycle tour of South America. Photograph: Grey Villet/Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images

When Che Guevara went pillion with his pal Alberto Granado on their now legendary motorcycle tour of South America, they spawned a cadre of enthusiast(...)

Ireland’s President Michael D Higgins speaks during a welcoming ceremony at the National Palace in Mexico City earlier this week. Photograph: Edgard Garrido/Reuters

President Michael D Higgins joked that the first time he visited Mexico in 1967 he sneaked into the country illegally. “It was the first of many cross(...)

 President Michael D Higgins (right) and Mexico’s foreign minister José Antonio Meade at a wreath-laying ceremony at a memorial to the Batallón de San Patricio  in Mexico City. Photograph:  Chris Bellew / Fennell Photography

President Michael D Higgins has not ruled out a separate future visit to Nicaragua after a planned stop in the country on his 12-day tour of Central (...)

Former Solicitor Thomas Byrne (47) arriving at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court today. Photograph: Collins Courts

A garda and property dealer has told the trial of Thomas Byrne he never made a criminal complaint about €610,000 which was taken from his account at t(...)

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