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Ryanair is looking at cutting its bases from winter as the delays in the delivery of new aircraft are expected to hit passenger growth.

Ryanair cut forecasts for growth in passengers next summer to 3 per cent and confirmed it was looking at base cuts and closures from November amid del(...)

Arthur Ryan, second from left,  and Alma Carroll at the opening of Primark’s store in Boston in 2015, alongside Mayor Martin Walsh and  Primark chief executive Paul Marchant. Photograph: Josh Reynolds

Leading business figures yesterday paid tribute to Arthur Ryan, who led Penneys-Primark from just one store on Dublin’s Mary Street to a global fashio(...)

SMBC said  pretax profit rose almost 8 per cent year-on-year to a record $344 million. Photograph: iStock

Irish aircraft leasing specialist SMBC faces a delay in the delivery of 30 Boeing 737 Max planes while their manufacturer tackles safety issues that f(...)

Applegreen’s UK-based business continued to perform well despite Brexit. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Petrol station operator Applegreen is not ruling out selling 29 hotels it acquired when it bought British rival Welcome Break for €360 million. Speak(...)

Nama said it generated €3.27 billion in cash in 2018, of which €3.14 billion was from the sale of loans and properties

The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) expects to hand over its likely €4 billion surplus to the State in 2020 and 2021. The agency, set up a de(...)

Kevin Nowlan, chief executive of Hibernia Reit. Photograph: Tom Honan

Property investor Hibernia Reit hopes to begin talks with South Dublin County Council shortly on rezoning land for which it paid nearly €30 million la(...)

Profits fell at Ryanair in its latest financial year. Photograph: Christian Hartmann/Reuters

Ryanair could seek compensation from Boeing for business lost from delays in delivering the manufacturer’s new 737 Max aircraft, according to the airl(...)

The WB Yeats delivered in December 2018 commenced sailings on January 22nd.

Brexit worries continue to hit Irish-UK tourist traffic despite the two countries’ pledge to preserve free travel, according to Eamonn Rothwell, chief(...)

Willie Walsh, chief executive of IAG.

Aer Lingus’s owner could allocate more new aircraft to the Irish airline to aid further expansion in coming years. Rising fuel costs and other factor(...)

One Molesworth Street in Dublin, which is one of Green Reit’s prime assets.

Real estate investment trust Green Reit could have to pay 25 per cent tax on the increase in value of some of its properties if the company is sold, i(...)

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