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* B&Q Ireland goes into examinership. * Ryanair loses battle on volcano costs. * David Hall to appeal dismissal of promissory note case. * Household wealth advances by €11 billion.

31st January, 2013
B&Q enters examinership

The top Irish and international business stories on Thursday:

**B&Q Ireland** has become the latest household name in retailing to enter examinership, with at least two stores expected to close.

**David Hall** to appeal High Court dismissal of promissory note case.

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