Jane O'Sullivan

Jane O'Sullivan

NBRU won't compromise on bus workers' terms and conditions

NBRU won't compromise on bus workers' terms and conditions

Staff at Bus Éireann are due to be presented with cost-saving proposals by management today

Gap between rich and poor is growing, Oxfam says, ahead of Davos

Gap between rich and poor is growing, Oxfam says, ahead of Davos

Just eight men have as much money as the poorest half of the world's population, Oxfam says

Newsround: what Monday's papers say

Newsround: what Monday's papers say

Fears of hard Brexit grow and school baptism rule to be scrapped

Brexit - a weekly roundup

Brexit - a weekly roundup

Brexit costs Irish food and drink exporters €570 million and Japanese foreign minister visits Dublin

Tullow Oil founder to step down as CEO after 31 years

Tullow Oil founder to step down as CEO after 31 years

Aidan Heavey will become chairman of the exploration group for a period of up to two years

Newsround: what Wednesday's papers say

Newsround: what Wednesday's papers say

Bus Éireann told to axe intercity routes and Foster's offer of talks unlikely to stop "brutal" election

Business Diary: Wednesday January 11

Business Diary: Wednesday January 11

The main business events scheduled for the days ahead

TK Whitaker "changed life, lives and generations in Ireland", Taoiseach says

TK Whitaker "changed life, lives and generations in Ireland", Taoiseach says

The President, Taoiseach and Central Bank governor were among those to pay tribute to TK Whitaker, who has died at the age of 100

Newsround: what Tuesday's papers say

Newsround: what Tuesday's papers say

North set for snap elections as McGuinness resigns and TK Whitaker dies at 100

Business Diary: Tuesday January 10

Business Diary: Tuesday January 10

The main business events scheduled for the days ahead

Consumer confidence dips to near two-year low - survey

Consumer confidence dips to near two-year low - survey

KBC Bank Ireland/ESRI sentiment index slumps to lowest since February 2015

Enterprise Ireland aims to grow exports by €5 billion a year

Enterprise Ireland aims to grow exports by €5 billion a year

A record 200,000 people are now employed by Enterprise Ireland firms and the agency is aiming to create 60,000 new jobs by 2020

Newsround: what Monday's papers say

Newsround: what Monday's papers say

Phil Hogan warns Brexit is "a mess" and over 70% dropout rate from some college courses

Business Diary: Monday January 9

Business Diary: Monday January 9

What's happening in the business world in the week ahead

Brexit - a weekly round-up

Brexit - a weekly round-up

New service to link Irish and UK firms and senior staff leave London-based drugs regulator