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Revealed: Dublin’s place amongst the world’s most reputable cities

Dublin has risen two places to be named as the 20th most reputable city in the world, new research has shown.

Irish Life adds €36m to its Canadian parent’s bottom line as profits rise by 33pc

Irish Life added €36m to its Canadian parent’s profits in the third quarter of the year, up by a third on the same period in 2015.

Irish services industry slows to three and a half year low

Growth in Ireland’s services sector fell to a fresh three and a half year low in October as Britain’s decision to leave the European Union continued to weigh on new orders, a survey showed on Thursday.

Insurer RSA posts 5pc drop in nine-month premium

Insurer RSA posted a 5pc drop in net written premiums in the first nine months of 2016 due to the impact of asset disposals, the firm said on Thursday.

British government must consult Parliament before triggering Brexit process

ENGLAND’S High Court has ruled that the British government requires parliamentary approval to trigger the process of exiting the European Union, a major upset for Prime Minister Theresa May’s plans for Brexit.

Glanbia performance nutrition arm continues to drive sales growth

Irish nutritional group Glanbia has delivered a strong performance in the first nine months of the year as revenue in its rapidly growing performance arm continued to surge.

Motorists get geared up for buying in North

Used car imports reached their highest monthly level for the year last month as sterling’s plunge induced more motorists to buy in the North or across the water.

Brexit may not mean Brexit for the North – McGuinness

Northern Ireland may still remain within the European Union despite Britain voting to leave, deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness has said.

Price slump and Corrib delays hit investment in oil and gas sector

Investment in Irish oil and gas projects is tipped to shrink in the next two years, as the sector deals with rock bottom prices, new research has shown.

Irish cyber security firm Integrity360 to create 150 new jobs

Irish security firm Integrity360 is to create 150 new jobs at its headquarters in Sandyford, Dublin as the company looks to deal with strong demand for its services here and abroad.

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