Tuesday, April 23, 2019
Ryanair to extend its Dublin HQ An aerial view of Ryanair’s Dublin headquarters, the site of the proposed new six-storey office block will be over a car park. Ryanair is planning to build a six-storey office block adjoining its headquarters in...
RBS traders joked about selling 'total f***ing garbage' in US subprime boom RBS chief Ross McEwan Bankers at Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) admitted they were selling "total f***ing garbage" to investors and made light of destroying the housing market in...

Business Irish

NTMA found in breach of legislation on staff make-up NTMA missed a target to have people with disabilities make up 3pc of its workforce in 2014 and 2015 The State body that manages Ireland's money has been found to be in...
Varadkar using 'megaphone diplomacy' on Brexit, says FF Lisa Chambers said there has been virtually no progress. Photo: Tom Burke Fianna Fáil has accused the Taoiseach of using damaging "megaphone diplomacy" in the Brexit negotiations. The party's Brexit spokesperson launched one of...
SBCI should be repurposed as a rainy day lender for Ireland's SME sector The European Central Bank has guided that the low interest rate environment is set to continue in Europe until around this time next year at least. Stock...
No Irish return on the horizon for Gibson and McGeady Ireland manager Martin O’Neill and is assistant Roy Keane. Martin O'Neill has not quite closed the door on an international comeback for Aiden McGeady and Darron Gibson. But it's clear that he...
GlaxoSmithKline to close Sligo lab with loss of 165 jobs GlaxoSmithKline (PA) Pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) has announced it is to wind down its operations in Sligo, with the loss of 165 jobs. After operating in the region for more than 40...
FG 'unlikely to sanction' councillors for opposing Higgins' bid More councillors are poised to back businessman Gavin Duffy Fine Gael councillors who help challengers to Michael D Higgins get a presidential nomination are unlikely to face sanctions despite a directive from...
It's decision time for store lamb producers in the west Lamb in Dowra Mart. Photo Brian FarrellGrass supplies are tight throughout the country. File photo The recent rain is starting to bring a bit more hope to the sheep sector with...

Business World

Losses double to €391m at Norwegian Irish unit Photo: Bloomberg Norwegian Air International, the Dublin-based arm of the Scandinavian carrier, made a $445.7m (€391.1m) loss last year, almost double the loss it posted in 2016. The company said the increased loss was...

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