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Former Rabobank trader arrested in Australia over bank fraud

Former Rabobank trader arrested in Australia over bank fraud

Paul Thompson is charged with taking part in a scheme to manipulate benchmark interest rates

Almost 50,000 migrants arrive in Greece in the past five days

Almost 50,000 migrants arrive in Greece in the past five days

The country has recorded the highest inflows of migrants since the beginning of this year as crisis continues

Mexico braces itself for chaos as hurricane Patricia makes landfall

Mexico braces itself for chaos as hurricane Patricia makes landfall

Authorities are assessing the damage of the powerful category five storm

Ex-Anglo boss David Drumm seeks delay in US bail hearing

Ex-Anglo boss David Drumm seeks delay in US bail hearing

Drumm claims he needs more time to bed in new legal team

Backwards thinking cost Ireland Billy Walsh

Backwards thinking cost Ireland Billy Walsh

The IABA's refusal to modernise is going to cost Ireland medals and the body only has itself to blame

Eurozone records surprisingly strong business growth in October

Eurozone records surprisingly strong business growth in October

New work for services companies has flooded in at the fastest rate since April which has added to growth

At least 42 dead in road crash in south-west France

At least 42 dead in road crash in south-west France

A truck and bus collided north or Bordeaux this morning killing more than 40 people after both vechicles burst into flames

Jack Dorsey gives one third of his Twitter stock back to employees

Jack Dorsey gives one third of his Twitter stock back to employees

The head of the online social networking site said he wants to "reinvest directly in our people"

Ireland records large decrease in debt to GDP ratio

Ireland records large decrease in debt to GDP ratio

Ireland recorded the largest decrease in its government debt to GDP ratio in the European Union at the end of the second quarter of 2015

Facebook receive planning approval for Irish data centre

Facebook receive planning approval for Irish data centre

The Co Meath facility, which has been approved by An Bord Pleanala, will be developed in two phases over the next decade

Pfizer to create 130 Irish jobs in the next year

Pfizer to create 130 Irish jobs in the next year

The pharmaceutical giant is to create positions in Dublin and Cork and recruitment is already underway

Collison brothers win Entrepreneur of the Year

Collison brothers win Entrepreneur of the Year

Limerick-born brothers John and Patrick Collison were named the EY Entrepreneurs of Year last night

Care home company to create 200 jobs in North Dublin

Care home company to create 200 jobs in North Dublin

A new 165-bed facility will create jobs for nurses, health care assistants, managers and catering staff

Rail services recommence after strike but delays expected

Rail services recommence after strike but delays expected

Commuters experienced travel chaos this morning as train drivers stopped services for three hours

Unemployment fell rapidly in Dublin in Q2

Unemployment fell rapidly in Dublin in Q2

Residential rents for Dublin houses and apartments increased for a ninth consecutive quarter