80pc of Irish directors fear Government isn’t ready for Brexit

Over 80pc of Irish directors and business leaders are concerned that the Irish government is not adequately prepared for a Brexit scenario, new research has shown.

Michael Noonan vows to pressure bank bosses to cut mortgage interest rates again

Michael Noonan says he will call in the heads of all of the main banks to apply pressure to cut mortgage interest rates again, but stood over claims a move to legally force down prices could be unconstitutional.

Irish debt agency sees financial silver lining from Brexit

NTMA says overall impact from UK leaving EU is negative

Dragon’s Den winner to create 100 jobs and expand in Britain

An entrpreneur who first came to prominence on TV show ‘Dragon’s Den’ has announced he’s to create 100 jobs.

Sports Direct acquires Boyers site for €12m – report

UK-based Sports Direct has purchased the former Boyers department store site on North Earl Street in Dublin City Centre in a deal believed to be worth €12m.

Ireland emerges as America’s fourth biggest creditor – US Treasury Department

IRELAND has emerged as America’s fourth biggest creditor, new figures from the US Government show.

Wayfair: online retailer to create 160 new Galway jobs

Online home furnishings and decor retailer Wayfair is to create 160 new jobs in Galway.

Over 130 jobs at risk at Suir Pharma following appointment of provisional liquidator in High Court

More than 130 jobs are at risk following the appointment by the High Court of a provisional liquidator to a Co Tipperary based pharmaceutical manufacturing company.

Oil prices rise on Nigeria outages and Goldman forecast

Oil prices jumped more than 2 percent on Monday to their highest since November 2015 on the back of more disruption to supplies from Nigeria and after long-time bear Goldman Sachs said it was more positive about the market.

Strikes and terror to hit Ryanair for up to €40m

Ryanair is likely to have lost between €30m and €40m during its fourth quarter as a result of the Brussels terrorist attacks and air traffic control strikes, double the estimate chief executive Michael O’Leary gave last month.

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