By Michael Keogh
Australia has become the world’s first nation to make digital companies such as Facebook and Google pay for news content from domestic outlets.
The Cork branch of a US tech company has received a $20 million (€16.4 million) investment to expand its operations and create new jobs over the next seven years.
Ulster Bank is to end operations in Ireland but their withdrawal will take a number of years.
Ulster Bank said that no decision has been made in regards to its future in the Republic of Ireland.
Bank of Ireland has confirmed that it will refund around 35,000 customers following an error in calculating mortgages.
A medical-tech company based in County Galway has received €2 million in funding from the Western Development Commission (WDC) to expand its operations.
The pharmaceutical giant known as AbbVie has announced that it will close 75 jobs in its Galway-based plant.
Salmon farming is a profitable industry that helps to feed millions, but it is not without consequences.
Financial services multinational company Fidelity Investments has announced that it is set to create 90 new full-time positions at its Galway and Dublin bases.
One of the pharmaceutical giants that are developing a COVID-19 vaccine (alongside BioNTech), Pfizer, have announced that production of their vaccines will be sped up by nearly 50 per cent.
McDonald's is set to begin reopening some of its restaurants to walk-in takeaway again later this week.
Four pubs who claimed that they were entitled to insurance compensation have won their cases in the High Court, it can be revealed.
The Commercial Court has revealed that a dispute involving the owner of the Iveagh Market and Arthur Edward-Rory Guinness may be resolved through the process of mediation.
Huge economic boost for Irish tourism sector as Fáilte Ireland announces €55 million funding package
The current COVID-19 pandemic has caused many industries throughout Ireland to suffer huge setbacks, especially our nation's tourism industry.
Ryanair said it may lose €850-950m in its current financial year, which ends on March 31.
Popular stock-trading app Robinhood could apparently face thousands of upcoming lawsuits from angry users alleging that it has restricted them from buying multiple shares from the struggling game-trading company GameStop.
The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has approved the Boeing 737 MAX to fly again, almost two years after the plane was grounded following two fatal crashes.
Lidl is to create 1,200 jobs in Ireland over the next year.
Dede at the Customs House in Baltimore, Co. Cork has been awarded a Michelin Star in the 2021 Michelin Guide Great Britain & Ireland just published.
490 employees in the retail sector owned by Arcadia may be at risk of losing their jobs after retailer Next withdrew from negotiations to purchase the company.
Diageo, the parent company of Smirnoff and Guinness, is expected to reveal lower organic sales for the past six months after global trading was hit by the mass closure of pubs, bars and restaurants.
A sports science firm that caught the eye of a Silicon Valley-based company has just raised €3.6 million.
Despite the Covid-19 pandemic, an extra €13 billion went into Irish savings accounts last year, according to new figures released today by the Central Bank.