Andrew Fanning

Andrew Fanning

Drivers won't need 'green card' to cross border

Drivers won't need 'green card' to cross border

The MIBI had previously warned that a green card - an internationally recognised insurance document - would be needed for all Irish-registered vehicles travelling across the border if the UK left the EU without a deal

Kenmare pays first dividend despite drop in profits

Kenmare pays first dividend despite drop in profits

Kenmare excavated a record amount of ore from its Moma mine during the first half of 2019, but bad weather affected shipments of finished product

Norwegian halts services from Ireland to North America

Norwegian halts services from Ireland to North America

The routes have been affected by the grounding of Boeing’s 737 Max aircraft and the continued uncertainty about when the planes will return to service

Providence still waiting for key Chinese payment

Providence still waiting for key Chinese payment

Apec is due to drill Providence’s Barryroe oil field off the Cork coast and the payment is part of the contract’s terms. It has been delayed several times, however, since an original deadline was missed

'Substantial' oil find lifts Tullow shares

'Substantial' oil find lifts Tullow shares

Chief executive Paul McDade described the discovery off the coast of Guyana as 'substantial and high value'

Ireland's high debt level still 'a vulnerability'

Ireland's high debt level still 'a vulnerability'

According to the Department of Finance, after several years of declines, the debt per head figure increased last year to €42,500 per person, one of the highest in the OECD

Brexit uncertainty slowing down service sector

Brexit uncertainty slowing down service sector

While new orders continued to increase, the rise was the smallest for three months, and new business from outside Ireland fell for the first time since November 2016

Providence to cut costs as it awaits key payment

Providence to cut costs as it awaits key payment

The company plans to leave its current Dublin office before the end of this year and move to a smaller facility, while all of its technical and support staff will be laid off

Rise in road deaths 'alarming', says RSA

Rise in road deaths 'alarming', says RSA

A report on road safety covering the period from January 1 to July 28 this year showed that 89 people died on the roads, up 7 per cent from 83 in the same period last year

Warming up: Central Bank sees risk as it lifts growth forecast

Warming up: Central Bank sees risk as it lifts growth forecast

While its latest bulletin is full of positive forecasts for the economy, the Central Bank says there is a risk that continued strong expansion could give rise to overheating

O'Leary urges Boeing to act quickly on Max delays

O'Leary urges Boeing to act quickly on Max delays

The Ryanair chief executive said he was concerned the airline would receive zero Boeing 737 Max planes by summer 2020

IMF warns against using tariffs as trade weapon

IMF warns against using tariffs as trade weapon

The organisation said world growth remained subdued due to US-China trade conflicts, Brexit uncertainty and political tensions such as those in the Persian Gulf

Johnson to become new British prime minister

Johnson to become new British prime minister

Speaking after the vote was announced, he said he would bring 'a new spirit of can-do' to the country, adding 'we are going to get Brexit done'

Lack of boardroom planning hits diversity efforts

Lack of boardroom planning hits diversity efforts

Some findings of an Institute of Directors report reinforce the perception that board appointments in Ireland are about ‘who you know’, says the organisation's chief executive

No-deal Brexit could trigger 'year-long' UK recession

No-deal Brexit could trigger 'year-long' UK recession

The Office for Budget Responsibility also says tax and spending proposals made by Johnson and Hunt would be likely to increase government borrowing by tens of billions of pounds