European stocks rose today as Scotland voted to remain part of the United Kingdom.
Eircom has dropped plans to proceed with an IPO, following a strategic review of its operations, the company said in a statement.
Scotland's first minister Alex Salmond has said he will stand down in November after losing yesterday's independence referendum.
Alibaba Group, the e-commerce company started in 1999 with $60,000 cobbled together by Jack Ma, is set to debut in US trading today after raising $21.8 billion in its initial public offering.
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Life assurance company Friends First has acquired the majority stake in Blackrock Shopping Centre in an off-market transaction.
Dublin has been awarded three group games and one Round of 16 game at Euro 2020.
European shares rallied to their highest level since January 2008 with the FTSE 100 trading near a 14-year high as Scotland voted to reject independence from the UK.
Dairygold will create 115 full-time jobs by 2020 following a €117 million investment in its dairy processing facilities at Mallow and Mitchelstown in Co. Cork.
Clinical trials group Icon has announced plans for a further $100 million (€78 million) share buyback programme after completing a $40 million share buyback.
Apple stores attracted long lines of shoppers for the debut of the latest iPhones, indicating healthy demand for the bigger-screen smartphones.
The National Payments Plan has reminded firms that government agencies will no longer send or receive cheques from today, e-Day.
Irish cement maker CRH is exploring a bid for all the assets rivals Lafarge and Holcim must sell to steer their mega-merger past competition watchdogs, sources have said.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny said that Ireland will closely follow the changes that are likely to take place following the Scottish referendum, particularly in terms of devolution of powers.
European shares rallied to a six-and-a-half year high as Scotland voted to reject independence from the UK while the FTSE rose for the first time in four days to a near 14-year high.
Petroceltic and its joint venture partner Edison International have won a new gas exploration licence, the North Port Fouad (Block 7), located offshore the Nile delta in Egypt.
Scottish nationalist leader Alex Salmond conceded defeat over his bid to win independence and demanded the British government rapidly meet its promise of more powers for Edinburgh.
UK prime minister David Cameron said that the question of Scottish independence had been settled "for a generation" after what he called a clear vote by Scots to stay part of the UK.
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Scotland voted to remain in the UK after an independence referendum that put the future of the 307-year-old union on a knife edge and risked years of political and financial turmoil.
Scotland rejected independence in a referendum, with the campaign to keep the country in the U.K. prevailing by a wider margin than predicted in the most recent polls, according to BBC projections.
Alibaba Group today cemented its status as a symbol of China’s economic emergence by raising $21.8 billion in a US initial public offering.
Scotland’s No campaign has won the country’s independent referendum, according to a poll released immediately after polling stations closed at 10pm this evening.
UPDATE: Minister for Finance Michael Noonan said he expects GDP this year to rise by 4.5 per cent, ahead of a previous forecast of 2.1 per cent.
Oracle’s Larry Ellison stepped down as chief executive officer of the software maker he founded, making way for a new generation of executives.
Stocks gained today after US Fed chair Janet Yellen indicated that interest rates would not increase any time soon and the world looked to Scotland as voting in the referendum on independence began.
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UPDATE: Permanent TSB has reported a 21 per cent drop in the number of mortgage customers currently in arrears of over 90 days.
Jobless claims in the United States dropped to a two-month low last week, the Labour Department in Washington said today.
The use of mobile devices to access the internet has increased by 67 per cent worldwide over the last 12 months, new research by StatCounter has shown.
It's been a controversial week for John Michael McDonagh. The London-Irish director of Calvary and The Guard broadcast his overwhelmingly negative views on Irish films.
UPDATE: Irish exports fell by 16 per cent to €6.5 billion while imports rose by seven per cent to €4.7 billion, resulting in a 46 per cent fall in the trade surplus to €1.8 billion, the CSO said.
Amazon has introduced five new Kindle models, from a device aimed at children to a jumbo-sized version for office workers, as the web retailer seeks to attract more media-consuming customers.
European shares advanced, tracking gains on Wall Street after the US Federal Reserve renewed its pledge to keep ultra-low interest rates for a "considerable time".
Irish second quarter GDP rose by 1.5 per cent from the previous quarter and was up by 7.7 per cent year-on-year, well ahead of economists' forecasts of a 3.6 per cent rise.
The National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) has sold €500 million of three-month Treasury bills at auction at a rate of zero per cent.
The European Central Bank has said Ireland, Spain, Greece and Estonia will be the first countries to give up their vote under a new voting rotation system to improve decision-making.
Sony's market value fell by €1.4 billion after the consumer-electronics maker widened its net loss forecast and said it won’t pay an annual dividend for the first time since 1958.
Rents in Dublin have increased by 10.5 per cent in the year to the end of June compared to a more modest rise of 2.6 per cent outside the capital, new figures show.
Voters in Scotland are deciding whether to seek independence from the UK in a ballot that could spell the end of a three-century-old union.
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The Fed stuck to its pledge to keep interest rates near zero for a “considerable time” after it stops buying assets, even as it outlined a strategy to exit from six years of unprecedented easing.
Scots go to the polls with UK's future in the balance, ministers told no spending spree in budget and Dublin rents soar as demand for homes increases.
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