Greece has requested a new two-year bailout programme from the euro region as the country edges closer toward a financial precipice hours away.
Irish consumer sentiment climbed to its best levels in nine years in June, according to the latest data released by KBC Bank and the ESRI.
Britain’s economy had more momentum than previously estimated in the first quarter.
The seasonally adjusted unemployment rate for June stood at 9.7 per cent, unchanged from May, according to the latest data from the Central Statistics Office.
Aer Lingus Regional has recorded a seven per cent increase in its passenger load factor compared to May last year.
Euro zone inflation slowed to 0.2 per cent in June, according to new data from European statistics agency Eurostat.
EU officials have struck a deal to abolish mobile roaming charges within the European Union, officials confirmed today.
Germany’s unemployment rate stood at 6.4 per cent in June, remaining at historically low levels, data from the Federal Labour Office confirmed.
A failure to resolve the Greek debt crisis could do more than weaken the euro and cause stocks to retreat.
National asking prices rose by 1.7 per cent in the second quarter, while prices were up 6.1 per cent on the year.
International IT company Sunguard Availability Services has said it will create 50 jobs in Dublin following a partnership with data firm Digital Realty Trust.
The main stories in Tuesday’s papers.
Greece looks set to default on its debt to the IMF and see its bailout expire expire later today.
Two Uber Technologies senior managers are being held by French police, after rival taxi drivers violently protested the company’s ride-sharing service last week.
Google has gained an extra six weeks to prepare its response to the EU's antitrust complaint accusing the Internet giant of abusing its dominance of the search-engine market.
The business events for the days ahead.
European banks slumped the most since 2011, erasing more than €50 billion in market value, after Greece imposed capital controls and shut lenders.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Europe can’t throw aside its principles after aid talks with Greece broke down, though she said she remains open to finding a compromise.
Retail sales fell by 2.5 per cent in May but rose by 7.4 per cent year-on-year, the Central Statistics Office said.
European shares recovered some lost ground in morning trade but were still headed for their worst drop of 2015 as Greece teetered on the brink of default after bailout talks failed.
A total of 1,503 new business start-ups were established in June, an average of 65 a day, while insolvencies declined by 26 per cent last month, new figures show.
The government has announced a new action plan aimed at creating 14,000 jobs in the Midlands region over the coming years.
Greece shut its banks and imposed capital controls in an announcement designed to avert the collapse of its financial system, heightening the risk it will be forced out of the euro.
The European Commission offered Greek voters a 10-point plan for bailout requirements on Sunday, urging Greece to stay in the euro zone.
Petroceltic has said it is planning a $175 million three-year bond issue as it reported a widening in its full-year loss to $282 million in 2014 from $19 million a year earlier.
The euro fell almost two per cent on Monday and European share markets looked set to eclipse big declines in Asia, as investors were spooked by the spectre of a Greek debt default.
Medical devices firm Abbvie and US technology firm Wrike are to create 100 jobs in Sligo and Dublin over the next four years.
Cabinet draws up strategy for Greek euro exit, coalition preparing €250 million regional jobs plan and Cowen set to tell banking inquiry he overruled Lenihan.
What's happening in the business world in the week ahead.
Emergency preparations are under way across Europe this weekend for a Greek default and exit from the eurozone
What the banking inquiry should ask Brian Cowen
Support for independents has surged, while Labour has fallen, in the latest Red C monthly tracking poll for The Sunday Business Post.
US legal activist Erin Brockovich has voiced her strong concern that evidence from one of the balconies in the apartment building
Clyde Real Estate raising €25m war chest to build up commercial property portfolio
The National Association of General Practitioners (NAGP) is set to be excluded from negotiations on future GP contracts.
‘My budgets were conservative and prudent’; ‘I was not beholden to the property market’
GC Aesthetics, the Dublin silicon breast implant company backed by tech tycoon Bill McCabe and the Barry’s Tea family
90 tax avoiders make voluntary settlements
A draft report by the ESRI into the state’s €200 million plus per annum Back to Education Allowance scheme is understood to have seriously questioned its effectiveness.
Five heavyweight property players are set to face off in a €150 million race for one of the iconic sites of the boom
European legislation could force Ireland to spend up to €1 billion on flood prevention and relief measures.
Sinn Féin south inner city councillor Críona Ní Dhálaigh, who is expected to be made Lord Mayor of Dublin on Monday
Renewable energy group NTR is set to secure an investment of up to €30 million from the state’s investment arm
Patrick Honohan, the governor of the Central Bank of Ireland, wrote to Minister for Finance Michael Noonan on April 17
Barclays boss offered his help with any sell-off, but meeting became a ‘saga’
Lone Star Funds, which acquired Jurys Inns group for €910 million at the start of the year, has appointed investment bank Rothschild to conduct a strategic review of its assets.
St Joseph’s Hospital in Sligo is set to be sold to a private healthcare company based in Northern Ireland.
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