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Ryanair has reduced its loss expectation for 2021. The airline expects to lose between €800 million and €850 million, down from an expected €950 million deficit. No explanation was given for the improved outlook. Passenger numbers have not recovered due to slow vaccine roll-outs.
Activity rose in the services sector in Ireland last month, according to the AIB Purchasing Managers Index (PMI). The PMI suggested exports and growth in new business were behind the...
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Ready for anything: putting Irish companies on the road to growth
Euronext’s IPOready programme provides chief executives and chief financial officers of growth companies with the skillsets to evaluate the best sources of finance for their business
Strong Roots seeks to weed out US shareholder in multimillion-euro deal
A bitter dispute has been settled and the Irish food company says it is attracting ‘overwhelming’ interest from alternative investors
Showing real bottle: setting up an independent whiskey brand
WD O’Connell Whiskey Merchants, based in Waterford, is an independent whiskey blender and bottler aiming its products at specialist stores and independents at home and abroad
US medtech behemoth signals intent to commit to Ireland
Edwards Lifesciences says it will continue doing business in this country despite the coming hike in corporation tax