European stocks rose today, trimming their worst weekly loss of the year.
UPDATE: Graham Dwyer has been found guilty of the murder of Elaine O’Hara. He will be sentenced to mandatory life in prison.
Economic growth slowed in the US during the fourth quarter, in line with estimations, but consumer spending limited the slowdown, the latest figures from the Commerce Department in Washington showed.
The Entrepreneur Experience, an annual event for fledgling entrepreneurs, began today in Ballymaloe House, Co. Cork.
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Ulster Bank has apologised to customers via its customer care Twitter account for delays in payments to certain accounts this morning.
Google has lost a legal bid to block a UK lawsuit by a group of people who say the search engine violated their privacy rights.
The Germanwings co-pilot believed to have intentionally crashed a plane into the French Alps had a sick note from his doctor for the day of the crash.
Outsource Services Group, an Irish outsourcing firm, has announced plans to create 70 jobs at their offices in Dublin.
European shares recovered from a two-day drop as a renewed fall in the euro helped boost exporters' shares.
Overhead lines are the most effective option for the North-South electricity interconnector, according to a new draft strategy published by EirGrid.
Retail sales fell by 0.2 per cent on the month in February but were 8.2 per cent higher than in the same period last year, the Central Statistics Office said.
Since opening two months ago, Simon May's organic bakery in Dublin's Raheny village consistently sells out of its produce each day and is already “doing a little better than breaking even”.
UTV Media said it has been awarded Britain's second national digital audio broadcasting licence, along with its partners in the Sound Digital consortium.
The board of Aer Lingus has repeated its belief that IAG's offer for the airline is in the best interests of shareholders and warned it may need to cut staff costs if the bid fails.
The Sunday Business Post is the media partner of the Entrepreneur Experience, which takes place today and tomorrow in Co. Cork. Today we profile the last five companies taking part.
A transatlantic trade deal between the European Union and the US could boost Irish GDP by 1.1 per cent and create up to 10,000 jobs in the export sector, according to a new report.
The Bank of Japan’s key inflation gauge ground to a halt as consumer spending slumped, highlighting weakness in the nation’s recovery from recession.
Prime Minister David Cameron came out narrowly ahead of Labour's Ed Miliband in the first major television event of the UK’s 2015 election campaign, a snap poll found.
Investigators focus on co-pilot's motivation for crashing plane, McIlroy spurns tax havens to base global interests in Ireland and Docklands body denies claims it gave U2 a "secret deal" on site.
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Moody’s rating agency has changed its review status on Permanent TSB’s baseline credit assessment.
Panic reached the inner sanctum of the Russian central bank. It was December 16 - the day Russian traders would later christen Black Tuesday - and the rouble was in a freefall.
Consulting firm Accenture has raised its full-year revenue forecast for the second time as it reported higher-than-expected quarterly profit and revenue.
The co-pilot of the Germanwings A320 that crashed in the French Alps, killing 150 people, appears to have deliberately initiated a fateful descent.
European shares tumbled for a second day, after posting their worst drop in more than two months yesterday, amid increased tension in the Middle East.
The number of trips made to Ireland rose by 10 per cent in the period from December to February, to 1,443,400, the Central Statistics Office said.
Irish people remain dependent on their cars with nearly three quarters of people using the car, either as driver or passenger, when making a journey, the national travel survey for 2013 shows.
The number of dwelling units which received planning permission rose by 32 per cent to 2,057 in the fourth quarter of 2014 from 1,556 a year earlier, the Central Statistics Office said.
Bank of Ireland chief executive Richie Boucher is easing back from his crisis-time style of leadership to give potential successors more control as the lender’s loan book returns to growth.
Online retailers face an industry-wide probe from EU regulators amid concerns internet shoppers may be thwarted when they try to buy goods and services from websites outside their home country.
Aldi has opened a new store in Oranmore, Co. Galway, its eighth in the county, creating 20 new jobs.
With the fight to keep Greece in the euro now in its sixth year, everyone is running out of patience. More importantly, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras’s government is running out of money.
Fastnet Oil & Gas said it has been awarded a new operated licensing option named the Ventry licensing option in the North Celtic Sea basin.
The cost of renting a home in Dublin rose by more than €1,200 last year, more than four times the rate of growth recorded outside the capital, new figures show.
Last week, The Sunday Post profiled 12 of the 24 emerging companies that will be taking part in this year’s Entrepreneur Experience. This week, we profile the remaining dozen.
Morale among German consumers was at its brightest in more than 13 years heading into April, helped by expectations that incomes will rise, a new survey showed.
Evidence from a cockpit voice recorder indicates one pilot on the jet that crashed in the French Alps was locked out of the cockpit, the New York Times said.
Financial services group IFG has reported a pre-tax profit of £4.6 million for last year, down from £5 million in 2013, after selling five of its businesses.
Dole plan for small business owners, law covering water charge refusals due after Easter and Etihad backs IAG's Aer Lingus bid.
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People who work in broadcasting roles and publicly campaign for a particular outcome in a referendum might be taken off air due to guidelines introduced by the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland.
Tesco Ireland has named Andrew Yaxley as its new chief executive.
Residential property prices fell by 0.4 per cent at national level during February, figures released today by the Central Statistics Office show.
3G Capital, the Brazilian private-equity firm, agreed to acquire Kraft Foods Group Inc. in partnership with Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Inc. and merge it with ketchup maker H.J. Heinz.
Global life sciences company Malin has raised €330 million from international investors as part of its initial public offering on the Irish Stock Exchange in one of the largest life sciences IPOs ever to take place in Europe.
ESB has reported that operating profit fell by €132 million to €552 million in 2014, a nearly 20 per cent decline.
Oil and gas exploration company Petroceltic said it has agreed with its partner to withdraw from its Dinarta licence in the Kurdistan region of Iraq.