Some 91,000 net additional jobs should be created by 2020 across a broad range of sectors if the current economic recovery continues — but all bets are off until Brexit becomes clearer.
Attempts by cybercriminals to sell password credentials of British MPs is a timely reminder that ‘password hygiene’ is the safest way to protect yourself online, a leading cybersecurity ex
With the housing crisis in Ireland and elsewhere across western society set to remain one of the major social issues of the early 21st century, the time to redefine the meaning of ‘home’ i
As Irish employment numbers continue to rise and economic recovery continues to take hold, the issue of health and wellbeing in the workplace is increasingly in focus.
Pádraig Hoare meets the boss of Standard Life Ireland which hopes to become the firm’s European base post Brexit and is seeking fairness and equality from Government in the treatment
Consulting breast cancer survivors led to the development of post-operative bras, says Trish Dromey
Ireland finds it hard to resist the temptation to feast in the good times. We must avoid bloating ourselves back into an economic crisis, says Kyran Fitzgerald
CNN political commentator and former ambassador to the Czech Republic Norman Eisen slapped down a suggestion by Trump surrogate Jeffrey Lord on Sunday that Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team
One Directon star Louis Tomlinson has revealed that he was very close to his late mother Johannah Deakin and had informed her when he lost his virginity.
Takata filed for bankruptcy protection in Japan and the U.S. and said it would sell most of its operations to a rival, nearly nine years after it began a global recall of rupture-prone automotive air
At least nine people were dead and 28 missing after a boat carrying tourists sank in a reservoir in northwestern Colombia, a regional official said today.
Authorities did not yet say what caused the
Japanese firm faces billions of dollars of liabilities linked to the biggest ever automotive recall.
The Colombian emergency crews have ended their rescue efforts at two coal mines, where an explosion left at least 13 miners dead and one injured, officials said.
Mongolians cast ballots today to choose between a horse breeder, a judoka and a feng shui master in a presidential election rife with corruption scandals and nationalist rhetoric.
From its sprawling
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's Takata Corp , the firm at the center of the auto industry's biggest ever product recall, will file for bankruptcy protection in Japan on Monday with liabilities of more than
SEOUL (Reuters) - Oil prices rose early on Monday on a weaker dollar, but increased U.S. drilling activity stoked worries that a global supply glut would persist despite efforts by some producers to c
Just days after reports surfaced the U.S. and South Korea would discuss North Korea’s demands in order to end its nuclear program, Pyongyang’s state media said Sunday its “self-defen
The frustrations of the advertising world, namely brand safety, dominated the sun-drenched discussions at the lavish Cannes Lions industry gathering.
At least 12 persons were killed after a bus collided head-on with a truck and turned over in Mendoza province in Argentina, officials said.
The Japanese company at the center of history’s farthest-reaching auto safety crisis said it would sell its assets to Key Safety Systems, a Chinese-owned American rival.
For Takata, the bankruptcy is a stunning fall from grace. Founded in 1933 in Japan, it grew to become the world's largest air bag maker.
After the retailing giant paid $3.3 billion for Jet.com, it had to cope with the startup’s weekly happy hour and other ‘touchstones in the culture.’
UNDATED (AP) — Japanese air bag maker Takata, overwhelmed by lawsuits, recall costs, files for bankruptcy protection .
Real estate firm Property Reality Company (PRC) has launched the Kilimo Biashara greenhouse project in Mbuni in Isinya town.
The microfinancier, which was licensed by Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) two years ago, said at the weekend its shareholders were in the process of raising fresh capital that will see it get a licence to
The head of South Africa's anti-graft watchdog is open to talks on her recommendation to change the central bank's mandate, a proposal that has drawn sharp criticism from parliament, the ruling party
The proceeds for the bond will shore up the company's balance sheet for future growth opportunities and will also be used to refinance some of its current debt, Naspers Chief Executive Officer Bob van
Best known for hiking the price of an old drug to $750 a tablet from $13.50, the hedge fund manager continues to portray himself as a brash genius while prosecutors prepare to paint a different pictu
Improved battery technology is increasing the range and lowering the cost, but the emissions-free vehicles still face stiff competition from natural gas. And Silicon Valley-based Proterra has a tough
Among other things, Amazon’s deal to buy Whole Foods will mark the end of one of the most reasonable executive compensation schemes in America. No executive at the company is allowed to be paid more
Russian billionaire Mikhail Fridman buys 1,100-store chain from its private equity owner Carlyle.
Two rallies protesting ‘jokes’ about violence against Donald Trump failed to attract more than one hundred people. The two different rallies, held in Washington D.C., were also attended by a number of
The fund, run by Daniel S. Loeb, has called on the Swiss food giant to sell its stake in L’Oréal and move more quickly to adapt to changing consumer tastes.
The activist hedge fund, run by Daniel S. Loeb, has called on Nestlé to sell its stake in L’Oréal and move more quickly to adapt to changing consumer tastes.