Newsround: Monday's newspapers
The latest updates on the crisis in the euro zone.
High Court rejects Sinn Fein referendum challenge; May unemployment rate unchanged at 14.3%; IDA Ireland companies to create 100 new jobs
The top Irish and international business stories
Bankia shares plunge as Spanish bond yields soar; April retail sales fall 2.7% year-on-year; Amazon to create 100 technology jobs in Dublin
Bloxham told to cease regulated activity; European stocks rise on Greek opinion polls; First Derivatives says revenue up by 25%
What's making news in the business pages of Monday's Irish and international newspapers.
Hollande knows fiscal pact can't be reopened - Schaeuble; C&C shares buck weaker trend in Irish market; European industrial production falls
Merkel says fiscal pact not up for re-negotiation; Tullow finds more oil in Kenya; EU says Greece needs "stable" government
The top stories on Monday, May 7th
1065 bankers earn more than €100,000; unemployment rate unchanged at 14.3%; Kerry Group on track to grow earnings
Newsround: what Wednesday's business pages say
Hollande wins first round of French election; Ministers spend €7.1 million on consultants; Mandate calls for No vote on EU fiscal treaty; tech project to create 1,500 jobs in building sector
AIB to close operations in Jersey, Isle of Man; Central Bank says 2012 budget targets in reach; CSO says 15% fewer cars licensed in March