President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker and British prime minister Boris Johnson during a press conference in Brussels on Thursday. Photograph: Olivier Hoslet/EPA

Business groups have given a cautious welcome to the new Brexit deal agreed between the UK and the EU on Thursday, but remain concerned about the prop(...)

A construction worker lays a row of bricks on a Cairn Homes construction site in Dublin. Irish Institutional Property, a lobby group of which Cairn is a member, wants the Help to Buy scheme to be extended and expanded in scope in Budget 2020. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

Women in Ireland accumulate significantly smaller pensions pots than men despite making similar percentage contributions, according to new research fr(...)

A Mivan employee at work in one of its facilities.

The specialist fit out company Mivan grew its pre-tax profits to £3.2 million (€3.6 million) on turnover of £29 million last year, just five years aft(...)

A protest after Wrightbus was placed into administration last week. Photograph: Laura Davison/Pacemaker Press

Union leaders in Northern Ireland have called on members of a Ballymena family who own a site connected with Wrightbus to “do the right thing and hand(...)

Protesters outside Green Pastures church in Ballymena. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

The Ballymena bus manufacturer that went into administration last week with the loss of 1,200 jobs has received £9.05 million (€10.2 million) of gover(...)

Workers walk through the gates of the Wrightbus plant in Ballymena on Wednesday. Photograph: Liam McBurney/PA Wire

Some 1,200 staff at Ballymena bus builder Wrights Group have lost their jobs after the company went into administration. One of the North’s largest ma(...)

A red double-decker Routemaster bus in London. Photograph: Nicolas Economou/NurPhoto via Getty

The Wrights Group, a Ballymena company that built the London red Routemaster double decker bus, known as the “Boris bus”, has confirmed it is in “adva(...)

It is estimated that about 30,000 people cross the Border in Northern Ireland every day.

Progressive Building Society, Northern Ireland’s largest locally-owned financial institution, has launched a new foreign currency mortgage product in (...)

Harland & Wolff : It is understood a number of new parties came forward on Friday morning to express a possible interest in purchasing the yard.

Harland & Wolff has attracted a number of interested bidders who have engaged in “positive discussions” which could enable the business to be sold(...)

Harland and Wolf shipyard in Belfast: the lease covenant dictates all economic activity is restricted to “shipbuilding, ship repair and heavy engineering”. Photograph: Eric Luke

Administrators in charge of Harland & Wolff cannot simply sell off the Belfast shipyard site it occupies purely for commercial or residential(...)

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