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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

Kingspan sales rise by 44% to €2 billion in nine months to end-September

Kingspan sales rise by 44% to €2 billion in nine months to end-September

The building materials group expects to deliver a full-year trading profit of around €250 million

Newsround: what Monday's papers say

Newsround: what Monday's papers say

Asylum claims treble while deportations fall, 900 gardai unavailable for work every day and landlords advocate for the return of the bedsit

Construction sector sees sharp rise in new business in October

Construction sector sees sharp rise in new business in October

Output in the sector has now increased in each of the past 26 months

Volkswagen says its employees flagged latest emissions faults

Volkswagen says its employees flagged latest emissions faults

The findings, which were made public on November 3, were disclosed by employees during an internal investigation

Information commissioner slams ‘difficult’ sports body

Information commissioner slams ‘difficult’ sports body

Information Commissioner says NSCDA was wrong to refuse to release documentation over three years

Noonan displeased with Bank of Ireland solo run

Noonan displeased with Bank of Ireland solo run

Bank’s decision to restrict its cash withdrawal limits provoked the ire of finance minister, who has put a lot of hard work into returning it to normality

How a farmer took on Ireland INC and won

How a farmer took on Ireland INC and won

The IDA offered him millions and then took him to court, but Thomas Reid refused to let go of his ancestral home and lands

Banks ignore state codes on one-off houses

Banks ignore state codes on one-off houses

Since September, Alan Kelly has allowed builders of one-off houses to opt out of the requirement brought in last year that

Landlords braced as rental market legislation finalised

Landlords braced as rental market legislation finalised

New proposal will limit landlords to one rent increase every two years, instead of every year, as it is at present

Fashion business gets its own ‘Web Summit’

Fashion business gets its own ‘Web Summit’

Fashion industry event "akin to the eothos of the Web Summit" to open in Farmleigh in Dublin next weekend

Secret BoI tapes to be revealed on BBC

Secret BoI tapes to be revealed on BBC

Spotlight to broadcast secret recordings of Bank of Ireland officials relating to a company owned by businessman John Conway