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Barclays Bank has applied to the UK high court for an order allowing it to transfer its €250 billion European Economic Area (EEA) business to the Republic and expects this to be heard on January 22nd. Photograph: Joe Giddens/PA Wire

British bank Barclays will ask the UK’s high court in the coming months to allow it transfer business worth about €250 billion to the Republic as the (...)

Natural gas is needed to generate more than half the electricity used in the Republic. Photograph: iStock

State company Gas Networks Ireland plans to spend €500 million to prepare its system to supply renewable gas made from cattle slurry in coming years. (...)

Ryanair agreed to recognise trade unions in December and said  it had reached deals with organisations representing about 60 per cent of pilots and cabin crew across its network. Photograph: Reuters

A European trade union group is demanding that Ryanair offer contract pilots direct employment from the beginning of 2019. Shareholders are due to at(...)

Ryanair pilots: Ryanair Transnational Pilot Group has tabled  a “way to de-escalate the current conflict” between the airline and its pilots. Photograph: Laura Hutton/Collins

A group backed by European pilot unions has written to Ryanair proposing a way out of the industrial relations turbulence in which the airline found i(...)

Ryanair is now facing possible strikes in Belgium, Germany, the Netherlands and Sweden on Friday, August 10th. Photograph: EPA

A group of Irish Ryanair pilots will strike along with those in up to four European countries next Friday. Members of the Irish Airline Pilots’ Assoc(...)

Stalls on Moore Street. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Developer Hammerson is likely to wait until next year to seek approval for revised plans for a high-profile site that includes the location of an East(...)

The developers argue that Nama is taking cash meant to repay nationalised banks’ debt and using it for housebuilding and the redevelopment of Dublin’s docks. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Developers are appealing a European Commission decision that allows the National Asset Management Agency to fund house and commercial building, saying(...)

Smurfit’s board rejected two offers from International Paper, saying that the US company undervalued the Irish business, despite pressure from large shareholders including British asset manager Janus Henderson. which owns 4.3 per cent of the group.

Packaging manufacturer Smurfit Kappa is borrowing €600 million from investors through a bond issue to pay for its purchase of Dutch rival Reparenco. (...)

The €100 million State school-building programme was stalled by the collapse of UK giant Carillion. Fears are growing that the schools will not be ready on time for their scheduled September opening. Photograph: Yui Mok/PA Wire

One of the banks funding a €100 million State school-building programme, stalled by the collapse of UK giant Carillion, confirmed that it is working w(...)

The schools’ original builder, Sammon Construction Ireland, went into liquidation this week. Photograph: iStock

One of the banks funding a €100 million State school-building programme, stalled by the collapse of UK giant Carillion, says it is working with the au(...)

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