Bumper sell out shows from the likes of Jenny Greene and the RTÉ Concert Orchestra (above) contributed to the rise in box office revenues at the Galway Arts Festival last year

The latest play in Donald Trump’s high-stakes gamble on a tariff war with China saw the US president claiming that Beijing is seeking talks on a deal (...)

Sales of Irish whiskey have soared in recent years.

The Irish Whiskey Association (IWA) has lodged several complaints with the Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) about what it claims is the mislabe(...)

Boris Johnson, UK prime minister with Emmanuel Macron, France’s president at their meeting in Paris. Photograph: Bloomberg

Consumer and business sentiment dropped to a new low as the threat of a no-deal Brexit inched closer, according to a new report from Bank of Ireland. (...)

27% of employees  believe Brexit will decrease future employment opportunities.

Over half of Irish employers (58 per cent) believe Brexit will make it easier to attract and recruit talent from other EU states, a survey by recruitm(...)

Industry sources said Mastercard Ireland  was seeking to lease between 150,000sq ft and 300,000sq ft of prime office space in Dublin. Photograph: Mark Lennihan/AP

Credit card company Mastercard is scouting for bigger office space in Dublin amid a rapid expansion of its Irish operations. The Irish subsidiary h(...)

The ABC figures show the Irish newspaper market continued to contract in the first half of 2019.

The Irish Times had a combined average daily circulation of 79,021 copies for its print and epaper editions in the first half of this year, marginally(...)

Fibre-to-the-home products are only  available to less than 5 per cent of the State’s two million homes

Broadband companies will soon be restricted from advertising their services with headline speeds that only a few customers are actually getting. Curr(...)

The cost of the NBP, which aims to connect some 540,000 rural homes and businesses to high-speed broadband, is now projected to be in the region of €3 billion

The additional cost of the National Broadband Plan (NBP) will come from “future revenues” and will not eat into other planned projects, the Government(...)

The latest official trade numbers show Irish goods exports fell in value by 14 per cent to €11.5 billion in June. Photograph: Alan Betson

The value of Irish exports fell by nearly €2 billion between May and June amid escalating trade tensions between the United States and China and furth(...)

The rapid slowdown in property price inflation has been linked to the pick-up in the supply of new homes. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The supply of new homes appears to be taking the heat out of the property market with annual inflation falling to just 2 per cent in June, its lowest (...)

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