“Sweet Jesus holy Mary mother of whatever Yahweh almighty. Australian pop goddess-cum-gay icon Kylie Minogue has been diagnosed with breast cancer.”
The new generation Passat is one of three new Volkswagen models to be launched in Ireland in June.
Network cabling companyKedington has partnered with CAds, a newly-launched media company, to roll out an entertainment media system targeted at garage forecourts.
Non-mobile Eircom Eircom's decision not to press ahead and buy Meteor before last year's return to the stock market has been a costly mistake.
The National Consumer Agency may prompt changes in the way we manage our money, possibly to the detriment of the banks' bottom line.
The way Elan tells it, by the end of this summer the safety panel of the US Food and Drug Administrat ion (FDA) will be under immense pressure to let the sale resume of Tysabri.
The British peer who last week made allegations about former BOSI chairman Phil Flynn in the House of Commons faced financial queries when head of the Ulster Scots Agency, writes Paul T Colgan.
There is something wondrous about the very mention of Italy. This is even more so with Rome, one of the most famous cities in the world, if not the most famous.
The new boss of Iona can earn up to $544,000 a year. Ceva's boss got $456,500 last year.
Data protection specialist Sabeo Technologies has won two contracts to centralise data management and back-up systems on behalf of the Health Services Executive Shared Services Eastern Region (SSER).
While it may be reassuring to know that you can get a specialist mortgage if you get yourself into financial difficulties, they can prove to be an expensive option.
This week's expert is Daniel Cashman, an associate in the corporate and commercial department of Beauchamps Solicitors in Dublin.
Business Intelligence specialist Bromley Communications will shortly complete work on a €1.2 million contract to implement its Guest Optimisation Solution Amateo on behalf of hotel group Rotana.
Two new Tayto Honest products were launched last week to mark the subbrand's first birthday: a new salt-and-vinegar crisp flavour and Honest Ridges, a rebrand of Tayto LFC.
Your front page headline (SBP 22/ 5/05), ‘Taoiseach's secret deal with unions over airport', shows the openness and transparency ofour present administration.