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CityJet to be bigger regional player after Spanish deal

CityJet to be bigger regional player after Spanish deal

The Dublin-based carrier and Spain's Air Nostrum say their new company will have a combined fleet of almost 100 aircraft and annual revenues of around €700m

Bigger in Japan: How EU trade deal could benefit Ireland

Bigger in Japan: How EU trade deal could benefit Ireland

The EU-Japan trade agreement signed today has been described as a 'massive opportunity' for the Irish food sector, while the Irish whiskey industry is also expecting to benefit

World Cup loser? Netflix misses the target

World Cup loser? Netflix misses the target

Netflix added 5.2 million users in the second quarter, about a million fewer than the company predicted. Its outlook for the current quarter also reflected a deceleration

Profit & Loss: inside the world of private Irish business

Profit & Loss: inside the world of private Irish business

Club Travel Holdings, Fox's Pub and the company behind sports gear maker O'Neills

Róisín Burke on Business

Róisín Burke on Business

Jamie Heaslip pivots towards a healthy new career with plans to move into tech and wellbeing

Profile of Gareth Southgate: England, his England

Profile of Gareth Southgate: England, his England

England’s 2-1 defeat by Croatia was no huge surprise to those familiar with the respective strengths of the two teams, but it did nothing to dent Southgate’s overnight status as a strong, silent tactical genius

Upping The Ante: Blackmore’s blitz electrifies the jump jockey title race

Upping The Ante: Blackmore’s blitz electrifies the jump jockey title race

Still only 29, Rachael Blackmore has stormed to the summit of the leaderboard with a string of terrific wins in recent weeks

Hidden work and the rights of employees

Hidden work and the rights of employees

The government’s reform of PRSI must not undermine the workers’ benefits which should flow from it

The pros and cons of rent-a-room tax relief

The pros and cons of rent-a-room tax relief

You can earn €14,000 a year tax free by renting a room full time, but is it a good way to ease the accommodation shortage?

Data indicates a flourishing property marketplace

Data indicates a flourishing property marketplace

Demand for Irish property is as robust as ever, writes Claire Solon, head of property, Friends First

Space: The final investment frontier?

Space: The final investment frontier?

It has its risks, but investing in the space exploration sector is a gambit full of potential for patient long-term operators with deep pockets

The nudge effect

The nudge effect

Confusion over contractual products is ripe for exploitation, and makes predicting consumer behaviour tricky, writes Liam Delaney

Tuning up your finances

Tuning up your finances

So, you’ve been neglecting your nest egg and losing your receipts for a few years – here’s how to get your money working for you

A proactive stance  to engage the very young will ensure that our democracy is protected

A proactive stance to engage the very young will ensure that our democracy is protected

Fake news is nothing new. What makes the contemporary iteration so virulent is the speed and scale of what is possible

Hitting high notes by mixing cinema with classical

Hitting high notes by mixing cinema with classical

Cork native Maggie O’Herlihy specialises in combining showings of classic movies with live orchestral performances. Now she wants to bring her productions to Ireland, writes Colette Sexton