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KPMG, said that while areas such as cybersecurity were in high demand, it was a different story in other consulting roles

- KPMG said it will cut as many as 200 jobs from its British workforce as it became the latest professional services firm to see a slump in demand f(...)

Shoppers wearing protective masks leave a Walmart store in Lakewood, California. Photograph: Bloomberg

US retail executives are at odds over guidelines requiring customers to wear masks in stores, raising the question of whether store employees should b(...)

Lionel Messi in FC Barcelona colours. The club has withdrawn the defective jerseys before they could go on sale to fans. Photograph: Getty

FC Barcelona is set to pursue Nike for compensation after discovering a defect with new football kits made by the US sportswear maker, resulting in th(...)

The Iseq All-Share index closed marginally lower on Friday as stocks most exposed to the outcome of government formation dragged. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

European stocks closed lower on Friday as losses on Wall Street following a surge in US coronavirus cases added to worries over the pace of the global(...)

The wholesale business, through which Nike sells merchandise to other retailers, came to a halt amid the health crisis.

Nike on Thursday reported an unexpected quarterly loss – its first in more than two years – hurt by closures of department and retail stores due to lo(...)

A person attaches a poster of missing Noah Donohoe (14) to a window near where he was last seen in the Shore Road area of north Belfast. Photograph:  PA

People in north Belfast have been urged to search their gardens, sheds and outbuildings for teenager Noah Donohoe, who has been missing since Sunday. (...)

Ireland’s world record-breaking quartet on their lap of honour after setting a new time at Belfleld (L-R Frank O’Mara, Marcus O’Sullivan, Ray Flynn and Eamonn Coghlan). Photograph: Dermot O’Shea/The Irish Times

The idea was to stage some sort of world record attempt on the grass track and raise a few quid towards the famine in Ethiopia. Truth is John O’Shea h(...)

Wall Street’s three major indices were higher in early afternoon trading as improving economic data and the prospect of more stimulus bolstered hopes of a swift recovery from Covid. Photograph: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg

European shares rose to their highest level in two weeks on Tuesday, with banks among the main gainers in Dublin, as investors piled into stocks that (...)

 Founder and chief executive of eShopWorld Tommy Kelly.

Turnover at Irish ecommerce company eShopWorld rose by more than a third to €543.6 million last year as it forecast a strong performance for 2020 due (...)

Protesters plan to mark Juneteenth with demonstrations against racism and police brutality. Photograph: Jeenah Moon / Getty Images

A growing list of US companies across finance, technology, retail and other industries are giving employees Friday off to commemorate Juneteenth. Whil(...)

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