Bombardier is closing in on the second deal for its C Series jet since reaching a landmark agreement with Airbus a few weeks ago that will see the European aircraft maker take control of the programme
Eight Munster research projects are to share a €30.5m regional funding programme managed by Enterprise Ireland, writes Geoff Percival.
GDP figures showing the economy is Europe’s fastest growing has the potential to keep up the pace in 2018, despite Brexit headwinds, analysts have predicted.
Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe has confirmed there are 125 vacant positions of a total of 1,735 posts at the Central Bank.
Irish customers are to miss out on a controversial deal that will see UK viewers benefit from Sky and BT sharing content including Premier League and Champions League matches on each other’s pla
First time and existing borrowers should buy 10-year fixed-rate mortgages as the ECB prepares to hike interest rates by the end of 2019, a mortgage expert has said.
H&M shares plummeted after the Swedish apparel chain lost more ground to Inditex’s Zara, amid a crisis in brick-and-mortar stores that threatens to undermine retailers with underdeveloped on
Every night during his training camp in Dublin, after he’s finished his stretching routine on the floor of the hotel room, Gary ‘Spike’ O’Sullivan pulls out a pen and paper.
Canadians were supposed to be freed from cellphone unlocking fees come Dec. 1, but some with a Bell-locked phone have found they've had to fight for
Five Naxals, including a woman, surrendered before police in Chhattisgarh's Kondagaon district expressing disillusionment with the violent movement, a senior official said today.
The cadres gave th
India swept the greco roman category winning 10 gold medals and as many silver on the opening day of the Commonwealth Wrestling Championship in Johannesburg.
Gold medal winners: 55 kg. Rajender Kum
Tension prevailed for nearly three hours here, when police refused permission to take out a chariot procession citing lack of fitness certificate for an elephant to lead the cavalcade in connection
In the second such incident in a month, an eight-year-old boy was allegedly killed by a leopard in the Katarniaghat sanctuary area in the district, a senior forest official said today.
Mubin, a res
The family members of a college student, who committed suicide after allegedly being molested by three youths, have staged a demonstration here, claiming police laxity in the case.
Tamil Nadu government today again requested the Centre to drop the move to privatise the public sector Salem Steel Plant (SSP), saying the unit must be given a chance to make a turn-around.
The vision of New India can be realised only if fruits of development reach all, he said
Having a higher credit card limit can reduce chances of getting a home loan.
Prices of barley and maize went down by up to Rs 20 per quintal at the wholesale grains market today on tepid demand from consuming industries.
However, other grains remained steady in thin trade.
The wholesale pulses market depicted a steady trend today with prices moving in a narrow range on alternate bouts of trading and settling around the previous levels.
Traders said ample stocks posit