Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) said its potential bill for claims against its small business restructuring division will remain at £400m (€448m) after misconduct allegations against it were d
The dollar has had a difficult time for most of 2017, losing over 11% of its value on a trade-weighted basis between January and the end of August, as the positive market reaction to Donald Trump&rsqu
Dutch technology and health equipment giant Philips has said surging sales in China helped lift its profit by 12% in the third quarter of the year.
Spanish government bonds and stockmarkets are not panicking over Catalonia because any secession by the region would have limited effects on Madrid’s finances and economy, a leading analytical f
Shares in CRH jumped by more than 2% on the back of the building materials company receiving approval for its $3.5bn (€2.98bn) takeover of US cement manufacturer Ash Grove.
The company which operates Dublin’s five-star Shelbourne Hotel made a pre-tax loss of €71,123 last year, after incurring interest charges of over €118,300.
Ryanair’s pilot uprising shows little signs of abating, with an ad-hoc group demanding that a wage increase turned down by crews at London’s Stansted Airport be doubled and extended across
Shoppers have continued to spend more at supermarket tills even with an easing in price reductions, new figures show.
Toshiba's president Tuesday apologised "sincerely" over the $18-billion sale of its prized memory chip business, as shareholders demanded answers over the deal seen as pivotal to the survival of one o
Watch live as the High Court listens to President Zuma's State of Capture report review application.
Communications and Information Society minister Lucian Sova suggested that the Smart City concept could help Romania’s infrastructure and improve the road traffic. Alba Iulia Smart City 2018 is a na
An illegal sale of oil has the Central Energy Fund starting an investigation into the Strategic Fuel fund and PetroSA.
The order for 39 planes, which includes Dreamliners, will allow the airline to expand its network.
Energy Minister David Mahlobo said government was working on petroleum sector codes to promote transformation in the industry.
Sears Canada may be over, but the mudslinging over who brought it down has just begun. Majority shareholder Eddie Lampert fired the latest shot, stat
Temporary use of free offices in London by Sofia entrepreneurs wishing to work in the British capital was agreed by the Executive Director of the Sofia Privatization and Investment Agency Vladimir Dan
BrightHouse agrees to compensate 249,000 customers following pressure from the financial regulator.
"This FMP will provide IndiGo with hands-on support as the engines progressively enter into service on the airline#39;s new ATR72-600 fleet. IndiGo also chose to equip each of its new aircraft with
"Union Bank of India has approved our proposal for One Time Settlement #39;OTS#39;," Indosolar Ltd said in a BSE filing today.
Transilvania Broker for Insurance shareholders want to get up to RON 9.68 million from the company’s listing on the Bucharest Stock Exchange. As part of the IPO, Login Gabriel wants to sell 15 perce