Bord Iascaigh Mhara and Lissadell House, Co Sligo, have joined forces to launch ‘Taste the Atlantic: a Seafood Journey’, an exhibition celebrating Ireland’s long tradition in oyster
Dairies, retailers, and consumers do not appreciate the value of the fresh milk sector within the Irish dairy industry, says IFA president Joe Healy.
Fashion giant Massimo Dutti confirmed it intends to open more Irish stores as soon as opportunities arise despite its pre-tax profits having plummeted by 98% to €14,000 last year.
Lloyds Banking Group defied expectations of a squeeze on earnings after Britain’s surprise vote to quit the EU by reporting third-quarter profits largely unchanged from a year earlier.
Britain has fined Vodafone a record £4.6m (€5.15m) for “serious and sustained” customer failures, including not updating accounts when mobile phone users topped up their credit
The EU’s tax chief has appealed for a “serene” response from Ireland on the bloc’s latest corporate tax overhaul, saying he’s not out to harm the country’s business
Pre-tax profits at the Teeling Whiskey Company soared by 73%, last year, to €2.95m, as the popularity of Irish whiskey continued to grow.
Confidence amongst Irish consumers fell for a second successive quarter in the three months to the end of September, with those living in Dublin less confident than their counterparts around the count
Ibec has warned that, while company sentiment towards rising pay is improving, “highly inflated” public sector pay claims are “at odds” with Ireland’s current economic re
The Dalata Hotel Group has bought the building which houses its Clayton Hotel in Cardiff, in a move analysts estimate will add nearly €2m to group earnings next year.
Lenders have probably the room to cut mortgage costs by up to a quarter of a percentage point over the next three months but their scope for major cuts later next year is probably diminishing, a senio
Communications Minister Denis Naughten has rejected claims there is a problem with Irish media ownership “plurality” after an independent EU report raised questions about Denis O’Bri
Other reports on Wednesday suggested a stronger pickup in economic growth in the third quarter than is currently anticipated.
Fox News star Megyn Kelly has changed agents and publicity teams since last year. Now the question is if she will change TV networks. The host of “The Kelly File” is in active talks over her contract,
The rapid wireless technology the company has described as a pillar of its Time Warner deal probably is a decade away from meaningful deployment.
Tesla Motors Inc. posted the second quarterly profit in its history as a public company, as the auto maker had its best sales period on record, helped by the new Model X sport-utility vehicle.
Kenya has begun preparing for a second Eurobond to raise an unspecified amount of money from international capital markets.
Tesla’s chief, Elon Musk, who is SolarCity’s largest stockholder, is under pressure to prove that the electric carmaker can be a profitable foundation for a merger.
Power producer KenGen is evaluating the possibility of setting up a subsidiary that will oversee its non-core activities that are proving to be critical revenue streams.
The exhibition, the first of its kind in Sub-Saharan Africa, will be held from November 19 at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre (KICC).
Tana River and Kilifi counties, which house the Galana-Kulalu project, are set to get at least 60 per cent of the harvest from the 2,500 acres.
Sacking Mr Ngunze would be humiliating considering his relative success in turning around the airline, while the airline is lacking several top managers including a finance director after the dismissa
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Samsung Electronics says its third quarter profit has plunged 17 percent as Galaxy Note 7 recalls nearly wiped out its mobile profit. The South Korean tech giant said Thursd
Motorists are facing higher car insurance premiums than a year ago, a report from the AA suggests.
The Renton-based health care system had claimed a church exemption in failing to fully fund the retirement plans for its employees. The settlement affects some 73,00 current and former employees.
State lawmakers heard from consumer advocates Wednesday on how to slow premium increases for those buying health insurance on the state exchange, proposals that might also moderate costs for the m
The Panama Canal Authority’s chief executive is concerned about anti-trade rhetoric taking center stage in the U.S. election campaign, but believes American consumers will step up their shopping after
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Gov. Phil Bryant speaking at the MEC's 15th Annual Hobnob Mississippi at the Mississippi Coliseum Wednesday.
The unemployment insurance rate paid by Maryland employers will remain largely unchanged in 2017, Gov. Larry Hogan announced Wednesday. The announcement means what employers pay into the unemploym
Bill Walters, who built a Las Vegas-based sports-betting empire, wants to force prosecutors to show more of their hand before his insider-trading trial.
Groupon agreed to buy fellow daily-deals provider LivingSocial, uniting two top names in a sector that has experienced some turmoil.
Michigan State basketball coach Tom Izzo talks about MSU benefactor Dan Gilbert, MSU alum, businessman and Cleveland Cavs owner, who, along with his wife Jennifer, donated $15 million for upgrades to
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