An artificial intelligence android developed in Germany. PwC’s forum “Man and Machine” on the economic impact of AI in Ireland takes place at Convention Centre Dublin on Wednesday. Photograph: Carsten Koall/AFP/Getty Images

Monday Indicators: German producer price index (Oct). Meetings: EU decision on the relocation of European Medicines Agency and European Banking Ag(...)

Expectations are growing that the Bank of England will hold off on raising interest rates due to Brexit-related risks. Photograph: AFP

Employers’ group Ibec has warned of imminent business closures in the wake of another significant slide in the value of sterling. The Brexit-related (...)

Nicola Byrne, who has also founded Cloud90 and RiskEye, takes over the role from Paschal McCarthy

The Irish Exporters Association (IEA) has appointed the founder of 11890 Directory Inquiries as its first female president. Nicola Byrne, who has als(...)

Assessments on the results of the UK election range from positivity that it may change the course of business to intense negativity about the future of British-Irish trade. Photograph: iStock

Irish exporters and businesses with operations in the UK have signalled that there is a silver lining to Friday’s shock election result. Speaking to T(...)

 Irish Exporters Association reports rise in demand for travel visas to China from Irish business travellers

Business destinations The Irish Exporters Association (IEA) has published a report for the first quarter of 2017 showing where Irish business travell(...)

Dawn Foods has a long-established relationship with the sandwich chain, which dates back to the opening of Subway’s first European store in 1993.

Irish food company Dawn Farms has signed a new €850 million deal with Subway to supply cooked meats to more than 4,000 restaurants across Europe. H(...)

Apple: results out on Tuesday

Monday Results: Bankia. Indicators: Euro zone business confidence (Jan); Euro zone consumer confidence (Jan); Euro zone industrial sentiment (Jan); (...)

Codd Mushrooms  owner Leslie Codd on his farm in Tullow, Co Carlow: “It’s quite likely we could lose 50 per cent of producers.”

Ireland’s mushroom industry provides a stark warning to the rest of the country’s economy about the damage a sustained weakness in sterling could infl(...)

Nervous investors often leave orders for brokers to sell if a currency hits a certain level to safeguard them against bigger losses. This may  have been a factor in the dramatic sterling fall

Hopefully not too many Irish exporters were sitting up checking the foreign exchange markets in the early hours of Friday. Shortly after midnight, af(...)

There appears to be a sense emanating from within Tesco that it has laid the foundations for an improved run at the market in Ireland. Photograph: Luke MacGregor/Reuters

A little more than a year ago, multinational grocer Tesco wasn’t so much the giant tanker of the Irish market. Rather, it was tanking. Its sales from(...)

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