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Preliminary $8 million settlement for Sony employees

Preliminary $8 million settlement for Sony employees

Sony agreed to reimburse employees up to $10,000 apiece for identity-theft losses

Irish Black Friday shoppers to spend €100 million

Irish Black Friday shoppers to spend €100 million

14 per cent of Irish SMEs have online initiatives planned for the festive season

Amazon could add other online networks to Prime Video

Amazon could add other online networks to Prime Video

The feature may go live as soon as next month

New IFA president to be elected

New IFA president to be elected

Last night Eddie Downey resigned

Fiscal Advisory Council criticises 'imprudent' Budget 2016

Fiscal Advisory Council criticises 'imprudent' Budget 2016

Expert body slams 'worrying echoes of past fiscal policy errors'

Defined benefit pension deficits up 50 per cent

Defined benefit pension deficits up 50 per cent

Falling bond yields have dramatic impact as funding levels fall to 83 per cent

McDonalds restaurant near Greystones school will not proceed

McDonalds restaurant near Greystones school will not proceed

Lidl, which owns the land, has decided to pursue an alternative development

Ryanair signs off on five-year pay deal for all pilots

Ryanair signs off on five-year pay deal for all pilots

Budget carrier is now in similar talks with cabin crew

INMO announces industrial action at Beaumont over "unsafe conditions"

INMO announces industrial action at Beaumont over "unsafe conditions"

Union reveals work to rule will take place on December 16

Slow mortgage arrears progress is Honohan's biggest regret

Slow mortgage arrears progress is Honohan's biggest regret

Philip Lane replaces Honohan as Central Bank governor tomorrow

Sports Direct buys Belfast's Donegall Arcade

Sports Direct buys Belfast's Donegall Arcade

750-strong chain plans further expansion in Ireland

Two men hospitalised after double stabbing in foyer of Galway courthouse

Two men hospitalised after double stabbing in foyer of Galway courthouse

Three other men have been arrested and taken for questioning following shocking attacks

Trips to Ireland rose by 14% in August to October period

Trips to Ireland rose by 14% in August to October period

The number of trips made by European visitors was up nearly 17%, the CSO said

House prices up 10% on 2014 but still one third below peak

House prices up 10% on 2014 but still one third below peak

Capital apartment values still 40 per cent below peak

NTR reports H1profit of €72.6 million as it spins off wind energy business

NTR reports H1profit of €72.6 million as it spins off wind energy business

Renewable energy group says de-merger to take place today