Wednesday January 29, 2020

News roundup: Tuesday's top stories

* Mass default would threaten AIB. * Tax revenue off target. * Aldi to create 160 jobs at Cork centre. * Microsoft buys Nokia handset business for €5.4 bln. * Stripe opens for Irish business. * Total Produce posts healthy first half revenue.

3rd September, 2013
Nokia handsets: the business is to be sold to Microsoft.

The top local and international business stories at lunchtime:

**Mass default** would threaten AIB's future - Duffy.

**Tax revenue** off target but Exchequer deficit falls more than €4bn.

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