UPDATE: Labour TD Michael McNamara has voted against the sale of Aer Lingus and is likely to lose the Labour whip over the decision.
The European Union has taken Germany to court for alleged shortcomings in overseeing anti-terrorism controls at airports.
European stocks fell for the fourth time in five days amid concern Greece may not reach an accord with creditors before a payment due next week.
FIFA president Sepp Blatter held an emergency meeting with the heads of six regional soccer confederations today as the arrest of nine soccer officials plunged a vote to re-elect him into confusion.
The Golden Disc group has reported that turnover for the year to June 2014 was up 43 per cent to €12 million.
Prosecutors are pushing ahead with their probe of Tesco’s accounting faster than expected, suggesting that the company may be in line to take advantage of new settlement procedures.
Etihad Airways, facing US and European claims that it benefited from unfair subsidies, said the accusations amount to protectionism that threatens its business.
BuzzFeed, one of the world’s biggest ‘clickbait’ sites, has announced that it will seek an IPO.
Irish retail sales rose by 0.5 per cent in April and were 11.9 per cent higher than a year ago, the Central Statistics Office said.
European shares fell back from a one-month high amid growing concern that Greece may not secure more aid before an IMF loan repayment falls due next week.
An Irishman walks into a bar - it’s the opening line of an old joke that’s taken on a personal twist for Willie Walsh, the boss of airline group IAG.
More than 16,000 small businesses are expected to benefit from a €320 million package of funds which will be launched later today in a bid to stimulate business in the border, midlands and west.
The head of financial supervision between 2006 and 2009 said it is now clear “the supervisory measures introduced by the authority were not sufficient to meet the challenges posed by the crisis".
Euro-zone economic confidence remained near a four-year high this month, a sign the recovery is shaking off concerns related to Greece and the risk of default.
Cloud-based commerce platform Shopify will create up to 50 jobs by early 2016 as it sets up a customer service operation in Galway.
Aer Lingus chief executive Stephen Kavanagh has said that outsourcing is not on the airline's agenda and any planned cost cuts were unrelated to IAG's €1.3 billion offer for the airline.
Game developer, DIGIT Game Studios, has announced plans to create 40 jobs as it triples the size of its Dublin-based studio.
Ireland has slipped one place to 16th in a global economic competitiveness league that remains topped by the US.
Germany and France told Greece to get serious about striking a deal on rescue aid, as ministers from the world’s biggest economies urged a resolution of the crisis to stop it spilling beyond Europe.
The money, US authorities allege, was payment for one of the most sought-after prizes in world soccer: a nod from FIFA, the sport’s governing body, to host the World Cup.
Petrol forecourt retailer Applegreen has announced its intention to take a listing on the Irish Stock Exchange's ESM as well as London's AIM.
Fifa officials accused of "rampant, systemic and deep-rooted corruption", Aer Lingus report recommends cuts of at least €60 million and forensic auditors to examiner St. Vincent's group.
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Tiffany & Co., the luxury jewellery chain, posted first-quarter profit that exceeded analysts’ estimates after new products helped fuel sales.
The European Commission has proposed easing the impact of the Mediterranean migration crisis on Italy and Greece by moving 40,000 refugees to countries further north.
Irish residential property prices rose by 0.6 per cent on a nationwide basis in April according to new figures from the Central Statistics Office.
Swiss authorities have arrested six leading FIFA officials in Zurich and opened criminal proceedings relating to the allocation process for the 2018 and 2022 FIFA world cups.
NAMA has reported after-tax profit of €458 million for 2014, a massive 115 per cent increase on the €214 million it reported for the previous year.
German consumer confidence has hit its highest level in 13 and a half years as consumers become more positive about the country’s economic outlook, according to a new survey.
Irish construction firm CRH has said that Lafarge and Holcim have accepted its offer to buy a number of assets from them in a deal valued at about €6.5 billion.
Oil and gas exploration company Providence Resources has reported a loss of €11.489 million for the year to the end of December against a “challenging” backdrop for the industry.
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A Canadian cyber security company has said it plans to bring up to 100 new jobs to Ballincollig in County Cork over the next five years.
Agri-services group Origin Enterprises has reported a 0.8 per cent increase in its underlying revenue for its third fiscal quarter against a “highly challenging” backdrop. It has also maintained its full-year earnings guidance.
Greek officials plan to meet on Wednesday in Brussels with creditors as time runs short to secure a deal before the country needs to make payments to the International Monetary Fund in early June.
The government has said it will support IAG’s proposed takeover of Aer Lingus.
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While some deaths are beyond the power of midwives and obstetricians to prevent, the effect of staff shortages and pressure of work cannot be ignored when things go wrong.
is faced by questions of identity, purpose and its place on a political landscape that has changed – and is still changing – beyond all recognition, writes Sunday Business Post political editor Pat Leahy.
Average weekly earnings are up 0.5 per cent on the same time last year, according to the Central Statistics Office.
Industrial disputes involving 27,588 workers and four firms resulted in 24,056 days of work being lost during the first three months of the year, according to the Central Statistics Office.
Prominent Fianna Fail campaigner Ken Curtin has announced his resignation from the party, just a day after the surprise resignation of Senator Averil Power.
Poland’s status as a haven for bond investors in emerging Europe is looking more precarious as Andrzej Duda’s presidential victory signaled a possible change in government later this year.
Irish engineering group Mincon has reported a 40 per cent increase in revenues for the first quarter compared to the same three months last year.
Fianna Fail's boost from its win in the Carlow-Kilkenny by-election was short-lived, with the party - and its leader - now dealing with more bad news
UPDATE: Taoiseach Enda Kenny has confirmed to reporters that the sale of Aer Lingus will be discussed at this morning's Cabinet meeting.
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Greek officials will use Tuesday to revive their bid to access financial aid as Yanis Varoufakis blames creditors’ insistence on more austerity for the impasse.