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In New York, the Nasdaq slipped on Monday as investors swapped technology heavyweights for stocks linked to economic growth, helping the Dow mark small gains. Photograph: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg

A decline in technology shares tempered gains in world markets sparked by further reopening of economies and a German election result that’s likely t(...)

Local shortages of timber, allied with manufacturing disruptions, have sent some costs soaring by up to 60 per cent. Photograph: Alan Betson

Increases of nearly 35 per cent in the price of some building materials pose a threat to Irish growth, a new survey warned on Monday. Covid-19 remain(...)

Retail Excellence predicts that price increases could feed through to stores through the autumn, particularly as the build-up to Christmas begins. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Families face rising prices this autumn as shops and businesses pass on increased costs to their customers. Post-pandemic and Brexit bottlenecks are (...)

Packaging group Smurfit Kappa added 0.7% to €49.30

European stocks ended unchanged on Wednesday as losses in Italian utilities outweighed gains in travel and bank stocks, while global markets were rang(...)

Woodie’s performed ‘really strongly’ during the first six months of this year.  Photograph: Laura Hutton

Prices for key construction materials will continue rising into next year, Gavin Slark, chief executive of Woodie’s DIY-owner Grafton Group, predicted(...)

Glimpse’s solution allows bricks and mortar retailers to gain insights into their customers through its retail analytics platform

Audience analysis technology company Glimpse is preparing for expansion as the company sets its sights on a €2 million fundraising round. The Dublin(...)

 Volkswagen moved up 1.57%  to €207.05 aided by a second increase in the group’s predicted profit margin in six months. Photograph: Jens Schlueter/AFP

Strong earnings, rising oil prices and positive sentiment boosted European shares to all-time highs again on Thursday. DUBLIN Building materials gi(...)

Donal Murphy:  CEO of Dublin-based FTSE 100 constituent DCC saw  his compensation package jump 43 per cent to €3.73 million. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Twenty long-standing bosses at the largest Irish publicly-quoted companies saw their pay rise by an average of 6.2 per cent last year, as corporate gi(...)

CRH retreated 4.39% to €39.84 as construction-related stocks gave up some of the gains made in recent days. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Rising Covid cases in Europe and the US dampened hopes of a recovery, leaving investors wary of shares and hitting travel stocks. DUBLIN Airline Rya(...)

From left, Edward Barroll Brown, managing partner of Grafton Capital,  and Xtremepush co-founders Kevin Collins and Tommy Kearns.

Customer engagement management platform Xtremepush has raised $33 million (€27.8 million) as it looks to expand into more markets. The company’s cash(...)

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