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Bernard Cawley   from Executive Dry Cleaners in Enniskerry said Jastine Valdez (above) had been a regular customer.  She was always smiling and laughing, he recalled.

The village of Enniskerry on the Dublin Wicklow border was subdued and in shock on Monday as locals came to terms with the reality that a “stunningly (...)

“Sentiment around Snap remains at ghastly levels,” Brian White, an analyst at Drexel Hamilton, wrote in a note to investors this month

Snap Inc shares fell Monday after some inside holders got their first opportunity to sell since the March initial public offering. The shares tumbled(...)

People queue outside an Apple store to buy the new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus in Beijing earlier this month. Strong global demand for Apple Inc’s iPhone 6 will drive revenue growth through 2015, while updated models should help reverse three straight quarters of declining iPad sales, analysts said. (Photograph: Petar Kujundzic/Reuters)

Apple, already the world’s largest company by market capitalisation, hit a new record value: $700 billion. Shares of the iPhone maker rose 0.8 per cen(...)

Wexford’s Brian White was the first referee to benefit from the new dispensation when he was appointed to take charge of the Kerry-Galway All-Ireland football final replay in 2000. Photograph: Inpho

The caricature is that the GAA love replays and that referees are well-regarded if they can ensure a big championship match is level after 70 minutes.(...)

The FTSE 100 is near all-time highs, a development that has catalysed no shortage of ill-informed doom-mongering. The argument goes like this. The FTS(...)

Tyrone’s PJ Quinn tackles Louth’s Ryan Burns during Saturday’s All-Ireland senior football championship qualifier at  Healy Park, Omagh, Co Tyrone. Photograph: Inpho

Tyrone 2-21 Louth 0-10 In the end, Tyrone ran away with a tie that was finely balanced at the halfway stage. Louth trailed by just two points at half(...)

Louth manager Aidan O’Rourke: “Offences that drew a black card at the weekend didn’t get a black card tonight. I’m reluctant to use the word shambles but that’s where we’re at.” Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

Wednesday night in Parnell Park was neither the time nor the place to be judging the worth or efficacy of the black card, purely because the only inst(...)

Dublin’s Gary Sweeney is put under pressure by Louth’s from Robert Brodigan, Padraig Rath and Derek Crilly at Parnell Park, Dublin, last night. Photograph: Inpho

DUBLIN 2-6 LOUTH 0-8If the O’Byrne Cup is about making an impression and standing out when you get the chance, Dublin substitute Daniel Watson can’t d(...)

 Microsoft’s deal to acquire Nokia’s mobile handset business  is likely to go down as a major turning point in the contemporary technology business

Nokia shares soared 40 per cent last week following the sale of its mobile business to Microsoft, and have more than tripled since 2012’s 17-year low,(...)

Dell chief executive Michael Dell who awaits a vote over his $24.4 billion buyout offer on Wednesday. Photograph: Reuters

Dell postponed a shareholder vote on its chief executive’s $24.4 billion buyout offer to Wednesday after failing to get enough support to seal the dea(...)

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