Vodafone offers Irish shareholders chance to sell stock cheaply

Vodafone has launched a scheme for Irish shareholders in the firm to sell their shares at a reduced cost, which they received as far back as 1999 after the initial offering of Eircom.

Bank of Ireland staff vote in favour of 2.2pc pay increase

Bank of Ireland staff have voted in favour of a new pay deal that will see their pay rise by 2.2pc in 2016 and a further 2.61pc in 2017.

Chopped opens first franchise on Grafton Street creating 10 jobs

Chopped, the health food company, has opened its first franchise store at 109 Grafton Street today.

Creganna sold for $895m to TE Connectivity

Galway-based medical devices firm Creganna is to be sold for $895m (€820m).

Unemployment rate falls again in January, strong tax figures expected

THE seasonally adjusted unemployment rate for January 2016 was 8.6pc, down from 8.8pc in December 2015.

Market ‘shock’ at election results unlikely, say analysts

Financial market observers predict return of Coalition, though with reduced majority

Manufacturing industry hits six-month high in January – Investec

The Irish manufacturing industry hit a six-month high in January as an increase in new orders and a quickening of the rate of expansion helped it to a positive start to 2016.

Invest in West to balance Dublin, John Moran tells Ireland’s Business Strategy Conference

Former department of finance secretary general John Moran has questioned the Government’s capital spending plans and suggested more should be done to counter-balance Dublin’s position as the country’s main economic driver.

New Generation planning €250m docklands project

Development designed to cash in on growing demand for offices and new homes

Ireland wary as EU announces its plans for ‘fair and efficient’ taxation

Ireland will “actively engage” in talks on new EU corporate tax laws as long as they don’t go any further than international standards.

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