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Bjorn Kjos, chief executive of Norwegian Air International, which has cancelled route from Cork and Shannon to Rhode Island.

State airports company DAA said on Wednesday that it had made “significant” efforts to keep Norwegian Air International’s Cork-US service through next(...)

Savills said it had a “stable performance in a very competitive property market” in 2016,  with turnover up €200,000 to €1.8m. Photograph: PA Wire

Property agents Savills has cautioned the Government against providing supports or incentives for investor landlords in a bid to boost the supply of r(...)

Bank of Ireland announced its first dividend payment to shareholders in a decade on Monday and committed to returning half of its future profits to in(...)

The level of flu activity is one of the highest reported since surveillance began in 2000.

Flu activity in the Republic is currently at record levels, and more people have been hospitalised from the condition this season than ever before. T(...)

The British curling team in action at the Winter Olympics.

Three Ireland plans to spend €100 million a year on the rollout of its 5G network as it prepares to go live with the new technology over the next 12 t(...)

Smurfit Kappa chief financial officer Ken Bowles with chief executive Tony Smurfit. Photograph: Maxwells

Packaging maker Smurfit Kappa plans to spend an extra €1.6 billion on expanding its operations and buying rivals over the next four years. Interest p(...)

Moya Doherty is the subject of our interview this week.

Ryanair pilots are voting on proposals that could lead to strike or some other form of industrial action. Barry O Hollaron reports. Also, Barry has (...)

One51 chief executive Alan Walsh and Hugh McCutcheon, interim chairman, at the company’s EGM in Dublin ON Wednesday. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

One51 shareholders paved the way for a possible stock market launch of the plastics maker at a meeting on Wednesday. The vote came after One51 said t(...)

Britain and the EU have reached agreement on the divorce bill, with London expected to pay more than €50 billion

Britain and the EU have reached agreement on the divorce bill, with London expected to pay more than €50 billion. While the final sum will only be agr(...)

IAG chief executive Willie Walsh. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Aer Lingus is eyeing up to 10 US cities as possible new destinations from Dublin, according to Willie Walsh, chief executive of its owner, Internation(...)

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