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Carlsberg to trim 2,000 jobs as it seeks to cut costs

Carlsberg to trim 2,000 jobs as it seeks to cut costs

The world's fourth-largest brewer is seeking to cut annual costs by as much as €268 million

Piercy's Digiweb sells assets of subsidiary for €95 million

Piercy's Digiweb sells assets of subsidiary for €95 million

The transaction is expected to close by the end of the calendar year

Microsoft expands Dublin data centre in $2 billion European investment

Microsoft expands Dublin data centre in $2 billion European investment

New facility is planned to be the equivalent of three football fields

Lowry claims Moriarty Tribunal discriminated against him on costs

Lowry claims Moriarty Tribunal discriminated against him on costs

“Simply no evidence” for the tribunal's charge that he had furnished falsified documents, lawyers claim

Sunday Business Post nominated in all categories of Smurfit journalism awards

Sunday Business Post nominated in all categories of Smurfit journalism awards

Russians sabotaged London Olympics report finds

Russians sabotaged London Olympics report finds

Anti-doping body says corruption findings 'of serious concern to clean athletes'

New car sales could hit 150,000 in 2016, industry body predicts

New car sales could hit 150,000 in 2016, industry body predicts

Car financing could help to drive sales back to Celtic Tiger levels

Mark Little joins Twitter in management role

Mark Little joins Twitter in management role

Storyful founder moves to social media platform

Asda calls time on Black Friday

Asda calls time on Black Friday

The supermarket said "shopper fatigue" has set in

Galway rental bikes get only nine journeys each month

Galway rental bikes get only nine journeys each month

Maximum possible journey length is 1.5 km because of docking station layout

Vodafone beats estimates on European recovery

Vodafone beats estimates on European recovery

Company forecasts annual Ebitda of up to £12 billion

Tullow may follow partner Africa Oil and cash out

Tullow may follow partner Africa Oil and cash out

Shares surge 18 per cent following deal

No magic bullet to sort out the IBRC problem, says former chief

No magic bullet to sort out the IBRC problem, says former chief

Dukes said "it seems basic logic to me that we would be inside the circle of confidentiality"

US fast food outlets face strike action

US fast food outlets face strike action

Workers have planned strikes in 270 cities in the US

IBRC investigation on the agenda in Cabinet meeting

IBRC investigation on the agenda in Cabinet meeting

The judge leading the commission of investigation into the sale of SiteServ and other IBRC transactions has raised concerns