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Draghi says ECB will do what it can to raise inflation quickly

Draghi says ECB will do what it can to raise inflation quickly

The euro slid after the remarks

675 new jobs created in Cork by Voxpro and Bon Secours

675 new jobs created in Cork by Voxpro and Bon Secours

Voxpro eventually hopes to grow to 1,100 staff

Newsround: what it says in today's papers

Newsround: what it says in today's papers

Chemical weapons threat to Europe, Eir in talks to take over Setanta Sports, new laws will clamp down on illegal migrants

O'Reilly to apply for bankruptcy in the Bahamas

O'Reilly to apply for bankruptcy in the Bahamas

The Bahamas Court has appointed an interim receiver and has scheduled for a hearing today

EIR may buy Setanta Sports, says Irish Times

EIR may buy Setanta Sports, says Irish Times

It reports that talks are at an advanced stage

Business diary: Friday 20 November

Business diary: Friday 20 November

What's happening in the business world in the days ahead

Square and Match shares jump in their market debut

Square and Match shares jump in their market debut

Members of tech's $1 billion club made a positive start on their first day of trading

Seven Things You Need To Know About The IBRC Inquiry

Seven Things You Need To Know About The IBRC Inquiry

We've read through the whole report so you don't have to

Irish military aid to France could be in form of more troops to Mali

Irish military aid to France could be in form of more troops to Mali

Taoiseach Enda Kenny said no formal request for a deployment of troops had been received

VIDEO: Blindfolded Muslim man stands in Paris square and asks: 'Do you trust me?'

VIDEO: Blindfolded Muslim man stands in Paris square and asks: 'Do you trust me?'

Powerful footage shows him hugging passers-by to condemn the atrocities

Paris attacks mastermind killed in gunfight with French police

Paris attacks mastermind killed in gunfight with French police

Belgian militant Abdelhamid Abaaoud, 28, is suspected of orchestrating the atrocities

Irish unification could generate €35.6 billion economic boost

Irish unification could generate €35.6 billion economic boost

Currency, trade and tax barriers are currently impeding economic growth, study says

Dogpatch opens new event space

Dogpatch opens new event space

The space will be located below the chq Building

EC report shows Ireland has one of the most SME friendly environments in the EU

EC report shows Ireland has one of the most SME friendly environments in the EU

The report acknowledges the substantial efforts and tangible improvements since 2008 in the area of access to finance

NDFA sets out plans for projects worth €1 billion

NDFA sets out plans for projects worth €1 billion

Includes social housing, education, justice and healthcare projects