The bulk of the 120 exhibitors are made up of multinational companies. Photograph : Matt Kavanagh/The Irish Times

Some 5,000 graduate positions are up for grabs across multiple sectors at this year’s gradireland graduate fair. The bulk of the 120 exhibitors are m(...)

Online is important but enthusiasm and a well-written CV and a chat in person still means a lot. Photograph: iStockphoto/Getty Images

Graduates are seeing the tables beginning to turn as the Irish economy starts to return to rude health. Current economic growth is fuelling the optimi(...)

Apple is due to report its financial results on Tuesday. Photograph: Mike Segar/Reuters

Monday Results: Naturex, BP, Honda Motor Company, Panasonic, Sony, Trinity Mirror. Indicators: Irish industrial production (CSO), Euro zone inflati(...)

European shares rose on Monday on the back of French election results. First round leader  Emmanuel Macron  is favoured by investors. Photograph: Yoan Valat/EPA

Global equity markets rallied on Monday, boosting a gauge of world stocks to a record high, while the euro briefly jumped to a five-month peak against(...)

According to accounts filed by US-owned Benex Ltd, turnover increased by 12 per cent to €1.35 billion last year.

Pretax profits at the main Irish arm of medical technology firm Becton Dickinson rose 28 per cent last year to €136 million. According to accounts (...)

Zoned ‘employment generation zone’: Former Coco-Cola site at Donore Road, Drogheda, close to town centre, with 11.7 hectares

One of the largest development sites to come on the market for years in Drogheda, Co Louth is new to the market this week through GVA Donal Ó Buachall(...)

Twitter: results out on Thursday. Photograph: Reuters/Kacper Pempel
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TODAY Results: Exxon Mobil. Indicators: Euro zone Markit manufacturing PMI (Jan); Irish PMI manufacturing (Jan); US ISM manufacturing PMI (Jan) and pe(...)

John Collison, co-founder of Stripe, speaking    during the  Web Summit at the RDS in  November. Photograph: Barbara Lindberg

For the first time since the financial crash, it was harder this year to pick the losers than the winners. As well-known businesses toppled and entrep(...)

Gencell Biosystems, a privately-owned Irish company, had raised €6 million to date from backers including Enterprise Ireland and global investors.

A Limerick-based medical technology company founded just three years ago has been sold for about $150 million (€117 million). New York Stock Exchange-(...)

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