The Delta Index Financial Spread Betting Challenge took an interesting turn this week as a new crop of trading talent asserted itself, with only two of last week's leaders retaining their top-10 positions.
Those who love driving a luxury car with a big diesel engine should put their names down for the Audi A8 4.2 TDi.
A new BMW 3 Series Touring is on the way. Based on the recently-introduced 3 Series saloon, the new model has worthwhile improvements, including separate opening for the glass tailgate and a roomy underfloor storage compartment.
Derry company Hunter Apparel has completed work on a €5 million contract to manufacture 10,500 new uniforms for the Garda Siochana.
KBA International is handling sales at a new development of studio, one and two-bedroom apartments in the Sports City scheme in Dubai.
Bank of Ireland Corporate Banking is sponsoring this year's Opus architecture and construction awards.
Computer-maker Dell is spending €100,000 on a campaign to attract 200 more employees to its Cherrywood plant in Dublin.
Beer promotions are a summer tradition, and both Coors Light and Becks are investing at present.
Carrickfergus company McCue Interiors has completed work on three contracts on Arthur Street in Belfast, worth a combined total of stg£2 million (€3 million).
The victims of the fraud come from all over Ireland, but many appear to be based in the Cork region, according to sources familiar with Khan.
My business manufactures and sells food sauces. I want to launch a range of sauces under a new brand name, to be stocked in every type of food retailer from corner shops to large multiples throughout the country. QUESTION:
Sonya Lennon, fashion stylist, has worked for a wide variety of clients and media for the past 16 years.
One of the biggest changes in the leisure boating market is the increase in popularity of rigid inflatable speedboats, writes Aileen Power.
Channel 6 has yet to finalise its investor line-up but remains on track to launch before Christmas, according to co-founder Pat Donnelly.
So school's out! Last week, Dail Eireann went into recess for three months.