Clare Guinness, chief executive of Warrenpoint Port: ‘I think Theresa May’s job is like herding cats’

“We are not out of the woods yet,” says Declan Billington, a chief executive in Belfast, reflecting the anxious view of the bulk of the Northern Irish(...)

Managing director of Ulster Carpets Group, Nick Coburn.

The managing director of Ulster Carpets Group, Nick Coburn, has been appointed as Northern Ireland’s representative on the Department for Internationa(...)

Between them KPMG, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Deloitte and EY control more than 90 per cent of UK audits for large companies.

The “Big Four” accounting firms should be forced to legally separate their “cash cow” consulting work from their auditing businesses, a UK Parliament (...)

DUP leader Arlene Foster:  “I will be relaying the frustration amongst people . . . about a lack of devolution.  Photograph: Liam McBurney/PA

The DUP leader Arlene Foster has said she will use her visit to Washington for St Patrick’s week events to brief people there that her party was seeki(...)

 Britain’s prime minister Theresa May speaking in the House of Commons on Tuesday. Photograph: Jessica Taylor/UK Parliament via The New York Times

Theresa May has offered Conservative MPs a free vote on Wednesday on a motion ruling out leaving the EU without a deal on March 29th after the House (...)

Organisations and colleges such as the Confederation of British Industry, the Construction Employers Federation, Queen’s University and Ulster University also are signatories to the letter. Photograph: iStock

More than 50 leading Northern Ireland based companies have written an open letter to British MPs warning of the threat to the North’s “political stabi(...)

Bank of Ireland’s Brexit fund is the latest in a number of initiatives it has undertaken to support customers affected by Brexit

Bank of Ireland has established a €2 billion Brexit fund to support small and medium-sized businesses on both sides of the Border as the clock ticks d(...)

The CBI warned that many NI firms are unaware it is not just relationships with EU customers that would suffer if the UK crashes out of Europe, but that trade ‘relationships across the globe’ would also be threatened.

Northern Ireland business worth more than £1 billion with countries which have trade agreements with the European Union could be severely damaged in t(...)

Firms in the tourism sector,   already  feeling the pinch from a weaker sterling, have been the worst hit over Brexit as the industry relies heavily on tourism from Britain. Photograph: Kirsty O’Connor/PA Wire

Some 35 per cent of SMEs in the Republic and 40 per cent in the North say they have cancelled or postponed plans to invest in their businesses due to (...)

  REQUIRED: Handout photo issued by the House of Commons of Commons Leader Andrea Leadsom, Chancellor Philip Hammond, Prime Minister Theresa May, Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay and International Trade Secretary Liam Fox, following the results of voting on Amendments put forward by MPs over the Government’s Brexit deal, in the House of Commons, London.

The UK may be entering a dangerous “game of chicken” with the EU after last night’s Brexit votes, Goodbody Stockbrokers has warned. UK MPs last nigh(...)

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