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What it says in the papers

What it says in the papers

Today FM boss resigns unexpectedly and nursing union boss earns three and a half times average nurse's salary

Irish manufacturing sector grows at slowest pace in 21 months

Irish manufacturing sector grows at slowest pace in 21 months

The Investec purchasing mangers' index fell to 53.3 in November, its lowest reading since February 2014

IMF gives China's currency prized reserve asset status

IMF gives China's currency prized reserve asset status

The yuan joins the dollar, euro, pound and yen in the IMF's basket of reserve currencies

Digital communications company Neopost to create 100 new jobs in Dublin

Digital communications company Neopost to create 100 new jobs in Dublin

The French company will invest €15 million in a new European operations centre in Citywest

Business Diary: Tuesday, December 1

Business Diary: Tuesday, December 1

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

As VW nears cheap fix, Irish drivers seek legal redress

As VW nears cheap fix, Irish drivers seek legal redress

Motorists and law firms are gearing up for more suits

Sunday Business Post tops in Smurfit business journalism awards

Sunday Business Post tops in Smurfit business journalism awards

Emma Kennedy, Jack Horgan-Jones and Emmet Ryan pick up prizes

Cigarette seizure prevents quarter million Exchequer loss

Cigarette seizure prevents quarter million Exchequer loss

Smugglers in hot water as Revenue pulls plug on hot tub scam

High Court rules against Northern Ireland's abortion law

High Court rules against Northern Ireland's abortion law

The challenge was brought by the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission

Tourism to deliver over €4 billion to economy next year

Tourism to deliver over €4 billion to economy next year

Favourable exchange rates and added flight routes spur growth

Lending to Irish households falls by 2.5% in October, Central Bank says

Lending to Irish households falls by 2.5% in October, Central Bank says

Household deposits rose by €1.1 billion last month, the largest rise since December 2008

Davy Stockbrokers to buy Belfast-based financial adviser

Davy Stockbrokers to buy Belfast-based financial adviser

The acquisition of PFC will bring Davy's assets under management in Northern Ireland to £1.25 billion

150 construction jobs in pipeline for Cherrywood new town

150 construction jobs in pipeline for Cherrywood new town

Permission sought for road and park amenities

World's biggest pension fund loses $64 billion amid equity rout

World's biggest pension fund loses $64 billion amid equity rout

Aberdeen hit by £12.7 billion of outflows in fourth quarter

Taoiseach among 150 world leaders at climate change talks

Taoiseach among 150 world leaders at climate change talks

The United Nations conference begins at summit level in Paris today