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Uncommon alliance or brief encounter?

Uncommon alliance or brief encounter?

Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn have lived their political lives in separate universes, but the Brexit shambles has brought them together. Can the marriage of their ideas break the Commons logjam?

Lugus Capital doubles its money on Cork flats

Lugus Capital doubles its money on Cork flats

Malin rethinks next move on Poseida as new options emerge

Malin rethinks next move on Poseida as new options emerge

Datalex to cut a fifth of annual cost base after profit warning

Datalex to cut a fifth of annual cost base after profit warning

INM takeover could see distribution arm offloaded and print operation closed

INM takeover could see distribution arm offloaded and print operation closed

Brexit not the only worry, says Central Bank

Brexit not the only worry, says Central Bank

In its latest quarterly bulletin, the bank expects GDP to grow by 4.2 per cent this year and 3.6 per cent in 2020, with the 2019 forecast slightly lowered from its last bulletin

INM shares leap on takeover approach

INM shares leap on takeover approach

INM said in a statement that it had received an approach in relation to a possible offer for the company

FAI controversy raises wider questions for Sport Ireland

FAI controversy raises wider questions for Sport Ireland

It is not unreasonable to expect that Sport Ireland might analyse the annual accounts of all the large sporting bodies it funds and query any obvious unusual payments

Wayfair announces that its Irish staff numbers will soon surpass 600

Wayfair announces that its Irish staff numbers will soon surpass 600

The online retailer, which is headquartered in Boston and has offices in Berlin, London and Galway, employs over 12,100 people internationally.

Service sector still growing, but Brexit knocks confidence

Service sector still growing, but Brexit knocks confidence

Though the sector continued to grow strongly in March, the pace of growth has slowed in the early months of 2019, while confidence has taken a hit from Brexit uncertainty

March boost lifts tax take ahead of target

March boost lifts tax take ahead of target

As spending was slightly less than expected, this meant the Exchequer deficit for the period was just over €400m smaller than projected at €966m

EasyJet slides as Brexit fog hits demand

EasyJet slides as Brexit fog hits demand

EasyJet has warned that the crucial holiday months will be weaker than expected as low-cost airlines feel the brunt of the UK’s political crisis over Brexit and waning consumer demand

Hard Brexit: 7 things business needs to worry about

Hard Brexit: 7 things business needs to worry about

What do companies need to do as a matter of urgency to ensure they can continue to get their goods out of Ireland and into the UK in the event of a cliff-edge Brexit?

AIB sells €1 billion loan book to Cerberus

AIB sells €1 billion loan book to Cerberus

The portfolio includes 2,200 customers with 5,000 assets

Jordan: The comeback

Jordan: The comeback

Jordan Peele has been widely acclaimed as a horror movie auteur, an influential commentator on US race relations and a natural heir to cinematic icons such as Alfred Hitchcock and Steven Spielberg