Dublin Chamber has welcomed Dublin City Council's decision to alter plans to ban private cars completely from Eden Quay.
Azersun Holding company plans to occupy 20-30 percent of Azerbaijan’s pharmaceutical market
Dublin City Council has given the go-ahead for a €40m plan to convert Loreto Hall, a former women’s hostel on St Stephen’s Green, into a luxury hotel.
Growth in the UK economy will slow as the delayed effects of Brexit hit British consumers hard, Goodbody Stockbrokers chief economist Dermot O’Leary has warned.
Independent News & Media is not compliant with part of a corporate governance code requiring at least half of its board be independent, a review by INM has found.
Bank of Ireland’s major operations in Britain have so far weathered the fallout of Brexit but the deficit in the lender’s defined benefit pension scheme continues to drag on its capital.
It is time to create an Export-Import (EXIM) Bank in Azerbaijan, said Ali Ihsan Genc, chairman of the Businessmen and Industrialists of Turkey and Azerbaijan (TUIB) public association.
Iran’s police seized over 1.5 tons of opium from smugglers in an armed clash in the country's southeastern province of Sistan and Baluchestan
The third meeting of Azerbaijani-Saudi Arabian Working Group on cooperation has been held in Riyadh.
Ticketmaster is holding a hackathon to improve its customer service.
More than 340,000 passengers are expected to travel through Dublin Airport this May bank holiday weekend.
Reduction in trade and impacts on tourism top the list of concerns for Irish businesses ahead of Brexit.
A 'broken' housing market needs a bigger contribution from smaller building firms, MPs say.
Stars behind SAS Who Dares Wins bring extreme corporate events to Manchester   
Brent Delta is the first major piece of infrastructure in the North Sea to be decommissioned.
A group of MPs says French nuclear giant is solely responsible for a controversial $320m deal.
Deputy governor Charlotte Hogg leaves her post on Friday and its other top woman is off in June - why does the Bank struggle to find top women?
Stars behind SAS Who Dares Wins bring extreme corporate events to Manchester   
A luxury music festival in the Bahamas is postponed after reports of cancelled flights and no security.
Bulgargaz and Bulgartransgaz are going to send next week their positions regarding the antitrust case of the European Commission against the Russian Company Gazprom, said Nikolay Pavlov, caretaker Min
Apple sued chipmaker Qualcomm in January and is now withholding payments until the row is resolved.
Bulgaria has a potential to contribute to the strategic partnership between the European Union and China, especially in tourism, said GERB MP Nikolina Angelkova during the conference EU-China 2018 acc
Test your knowledge of the first 100 days of Donald Trump's Presidency
Ten thousand new homes over the next decade across largely disused land around Angel Meadows, Collyhurst, New Cross and the Lower Irk Valley
On the map of charging stations for electromobiles of the technological giant Tesla there is now a station that will be the first one built in Bulgaria as part of the company’s corridor connecting Eur
Business Review will present each week the articles that got most views online. Here are the pieces that got most traction this week. Energy trends in the Romanian real estate sector, according to Ene
Parliament is investigating whether UK banks have the capital means to keep going during a shock.
European Commissioner for Digital Single Market and the European Commission’s Vice President Andrus Ansip, spoke on his visit to Bucharest of the need to find ways to tax services such as Uber.
Despite recent fluctuations in the monetary market and economic problems by force of considerable slump in global oil prices, the real estate market remains the most profitable investment tool in oil-
From pain to absolute joy, jazz music expresses all the possible emotions. It’s not an assumption, it’s the reality. And everyone who listen this music will agree with me. But there is more. “Jazz is
President Trump faces a greater challenge in meeting his growth pledge after weak data.
Eurozone inflation accelerated to 1.9% in April, just shy of the European Central Bank's target, despite continuing uncertainty over Brexit and the outcome of the French elections, data showed Friday,
Customers are complaining on social media that payments and money transfers have not gone through.
Amazon's new Echo Look device takes full length photos and offers advice on outfit choices.
The use of donkey hides in Chinese traditional medicine has seen Africa's donkey population halve in the past 20 years.
Official rate of Azerbaijan’s national currency, the manat, against the US dollar was set at 1.7025 AZN/USD for May 1, the Central Bank of Azerbaijan (CBA) said Apr. 28.
Bulgarian business climate improved slightly in April, according to the National Statistical Institute (NSI), quoted by the Independent Balkan News Agency.Data shows that in April 2017, the total busi
Lower levels of government spending and private investment were behind the slowdown in growth.
Azerbaijan’s agricultural sector has entered a new stage of development thanks to the care and attention President Ilham Aliyev pays to the development of the non-oil sector, said Heydar Asadov, the A
The single digital market is one of the goals of the European Union, and the costs for its creation are going up to EUR 415 billion, Andrus Ansip, Vice President of the European Commission and current
Retailer Profi opens on Friday six new stores at Vidra, Bechet, Dobra, Calmatuiu de Sus, Bals and Techirghiol, taking the total number of units opened to 15 units this month, out of which 9 stores in
The Association of Producers and Users of Natural Compressed Gas launched the initiative to   build the first network of nine specialized filling stations until the end of 2019. The stations will be d
The attacker replaced the homepage with a profanity-laden message criticising the company.
The Baku-Tbilisi-Kars (BTK) railway will be commissioned in late June 2017, said Ahmet Arslan, Turkish minister of transport, maritime and communication.
Developers say they are in talks with a 'big media company' as speculation grows about newspaper heading back north
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