Out of office: Your essential round-up of the latest business news
The General Court of the European Union, Europe’s second-highest court, annulled a decision by the European Commission to allow state aid to be granted to airlines KLM and TAP. The two airlines were granted state aid by the Dutch and Portuguese governments respectively, a move which Ryanair, the discount airline led by Irishman Michael O’Leary, challenged. Ryanair welcomed the ruling and called it “an important victory for consumers and competition”....
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Profits up 38% at Conor McGregor’s Irish firm as cash pile grows by €9.5m
McGregor’s partner Dee Devlin is a director at the sports management company, which made a profit of €739,239 last year
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