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PTSB loan sale may be hit by rival sales

PTSB loan sale may be hit by rival sales

Permanent TSB aims to dispose of its remaining £2.4 billion mortgage loan portfolio by June

UL student is runner up in the James Dyson Awards

UL student is runner up in the James Dyson Awards

Cathal Redmond of Bunclody, Wexford, gets €7,000 for his business idea.

Business diary: Tuesday 10 November

Business diary: Tuesday 10 November

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

Newsround: what it says in Tuesday's papers

Newsround: what it says in Tuesday's papers

Children of eight now smoking cannabis, top garda calls for an end to unlimited free legal aid and Russia faces Rio Olympics ban after its 'sabotage' of London games

OECD raises Irish growth forecast but cuts global growth outlook

OECD raises Irish growth forecast but cuts global growth outlook

The Paris-based think tank trimmed its global economic forecasts for the second time in three months

Zero days lost to work disputes in third quarter

Zero days lost to work disputes in third quarter

Education sector accounted for 73 per cent of days lost in first nine months

Seven Irish novels longlisted for Dublin Literary Award

Seven Irish novels longlisted for Dublin Literary Award

The winner of the €100,000 prize will be announced on June 9 next year

Seven Irish novels longlisted for Dublin Literary Award

Seven Irish novels longlisted for Dublin Literary Award

The winner of the €100,000 prize will be announced on June 9 next year

UK competition authority to consider Paddy Power, Betfair deal

UK competition authority to consider Paddy Power, Betfair deal

A decision on the proposed merger of the two gaming companies is expected on January 7

Ireland will have its first female Taoiseach by 2025, Future of Ireland survey predicts

Ireland will have its first female Taoiseach by 2025, Future of Ireland survey predicts

The survey found 44 per cent of people believe their lives will be better in 2025 than they are today

Ireland will back Britain's bid for reasonable EU reform

Ireland will back Britain's bid for reasonable EU reform

Kenny says UK remaining in EU is best outcome

New private cars licensed in October jump by 28%

New private cars licensed in October jump by 28%

Volkswagen was the most popular make of car licensed in October

Global banks may need to raise up to €1.1 trillion

Global banks may need to raise up to €1.1 trillion

Banking giants now know the cost they’ll have to shoulder so the global financial system doesn’t have another Lehman moment

Web video battle for scale accelerates as Snapchat closes in on Facebook

Web video battle for scale accelerates as Snapchat closes in on Facebook

Social media giants vie for eyeballs as 42 per cent jump in ad revenue forecast

Retailers expect best Christmas in seven years

Retailers expect best Christmas in seven years

Retail Ireland expects sales to top €4 billion next month, up 3.5 per cent on last year