Post Reporter

Post Reporter

Moving target? ECB looking at inflation goal

Moving target? ECB looking at inflation goal

The bank's staff are informally analysing its policy approach, including the question of whether the current target of consumer price growth 'below, but close to, 2 per cent' is still appropriate

EU braces for 'more hostile' Brexit talks

EU braces for 'more hostile' Brexit talks

The EU side is weighing up possible concessions it could offer the UK to avoid a chaotic no-deal Brexit, according to European officials, but a 'difficult' meeting last week risks hardening its stance

Boeing Max crisis clouds airlines' 2020 vision

Boeing Max crisis clouds airlines' 2020 vision

Ryanair is likely to receive barely half of the 58 planes it was expecting for the 2020 peak schedule, estimating that the reduction will wipe 5 million passengers from its full-year tally

Trump tweets are latest UK-US flashpoint

Trump tweets are latest UK-US flashpoint

British Prime Minister Theresa May thinks the language used by Trump about four Democratic Party congresswomen was 'completely unacceptable'

Richie Oakley appointed editor of The Sunday Business Post

Richie Oakley appointed editor of The Sunday Business Post

Oakley was editor of the Times, Ireland edition, from January 2015 to last month. He previously worked at the Irish edition of the Sunday Times.

Done Deal

Done Deal

VideoElephant closes €5.5m funding round Online video distribution company VideoElephant has cl...

Movers & Shakers

Movers & Shakers

Sarah Holmes is joining Arkphire in the role of international business development manager. Holme...

Legal firms face higher wages in competitive labour market

Legal firms face higher wages in competitive labour market

Recruitment, retention and wage inflation are among the biggest challenges facing the legal secto...

‘Curiosity can lead to incredible opportunities and relationships’

‘Curiosity can lead to incredible opportunities and relationships’

Each week, we profile one of Ireland’s corporate leaders, tracing their career to date and exploring the lessons they have learned along the way. This week, we meet. Patricia DuChene of Wrike

Site with residential planning permission for sale in Bray

Site with residential planning permission for sale in Bray

QRE is guiding €350,000 for a prime residential development opportunity

€5m luxury 10-screen cinema coming to Galway

€5m luxury 10-screen cinema coming to Galway

Ireland’s largest multiplex chain, begins work on its €5 million, 30,000-square-ft development in Baily Point, Salthill, creating over 20 jobs

On the market

On the market

Our round-up of the best homes currently on offer

Culture Counter

Culture Counter

Going Up Sinn Féin finance spokesman Pearse Doherty Doherty had the Irish insurance company chie...

This week

This week

Hear a musical highlight at Hook Here’s a night to look forward to: singer-songwriter Maria Doy...

France not backing off on tech tax despite US threats

France not backing off on tech tax despite US threats

The US has said it will examine whether the tax would hurt its tech firms, using the so-called 301 investigation, the same tool President Donald Trump deployed to impose tariffs on Chinese goods