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Revenue has tentatively recouped €14.4m from 86 tax settlement cases arising in the first quarter of the year, new figures show.
The UK is beginning to feel the harsh realities of Brexit as those who matter most to an economy — deep pocketed investors — begin to take tangible actions.
Britain’s messy election outcome and a weakening of the housing market have caused a sharp of loss of confidence among UK consumers, leaving the country dependent on exports to avoid a recession
Shares in AIB slipped yesterday, on their first day of unconditional trading, but remained more than 7% ahead of the €4.40 price they floated at on Friday.
Limerick-based agri-technology company, BHSL, has acquired Meath company, Hydro International, in a deal worth over €5m.
The sale of chicken processor Manor Farm — one of Ireland’s oldest family businesses — to a Swedish firm guarantees its viability while preserving all jobs, the company has said.
Ryanair would seek a majority stake in Alitalia if it decides to invest in the loss-making Italian airline, chief executive Michael O’Leary said during a visit to Rome yesterday.
Bank of Ireland is being urged to reverse a decision to make counters in some branches cash-free, with criticism that it is detrimental to rural towns.
The Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) is projecting that passenger numbers at Dublin Airport will increase by a further 3.2 million people to 31.1 million by 2020.
Rupert Murdoch’s £11.7bn (€13.2bn) bid to take full control of Sky has been given the green light by regulators in Ireland, leaving the UK’s decision the last remaining hurdle f
83% of the young Bulgarians get news on websites and social media networks, results of a survey by Alpha Research polling agency shows. It was conducted among a nationally representative sample of 102
The City regulator announces changes to the asset management sector which oversees the savings of millions.
The coal production of Romania went up by 6.8 percent to 1.461 million tonnes of oil equivalent (toe) in the first four months of this year versus the same period of last year, according to the Nation
The fatalities on Romania’s roads reached 1,913 last year, more than double the number of fatalities comparted with the EU-28 average of 925, according to data posted on the World Bank blog by Radosla
The train and bus operator is among the biggest fallers after reporting a plunge in annual profits.
The sea water on all beaches in Varna is clean, the latest analysis of the Regional Health Inspection in the city shows. Samples had been taken from 23 bathing areas in Varna region. The water quality
The owner of Currys and PC World said electrical sales offset a "challenging" mobile market.
At least three multinationals based in Ireland have been hit by the worldwide 'Petya' ransomware attack.
House prices rose by 1.1% during June after three months of falls, the mortgage lender says.
Japanese giant says the US firm is stopping the sale of its memory chip business
Telecom operator Vodafone Romania launched Future Chatbot, an online interactive instrument through which the Facebook Messenger users can find out unique information from different interest fields. F
Concerning levels of faecal bacteria were found in ice at three major coffee chains, a BBC investigation finds.
A weak pound may be luring clothes shoppers to the UK, but how are shops coping with the change?
You've heard the shouts for line calls. But how do you get to be an official at a tennis match?
Typical customers will visit a branch four times a year by 2022, compared to seven now, forecasters say.
The regulator claims Sir Philip Green sold BHS to avoid paying for the pension if the firm went bust.
Technology shares led a broad slide in US stocks Tuesday after a day of mostly choppy trading. Phone and utilities companies were among the big decliners after a sell-off in bonds sent yields sharply
A funding facility from Greater Manchester Combined Authority will see Moixa open a regional sales and delivery centre in the city
Janet Yellen tells the BBC maintaining "deep ties" between the UK and the EU is important.
Does 'Manchester City' have a higher monthly search volume than 'Media City' on Google?
The US beer giant is planning to open a new UK brewery and has singled out Manchester as a contender for the site
Revenue has published the list of Tax Defaulters for the first three months of this year, and it shows that they agreed €14.4m in the settlement of 86 cases.
Revenue has published the list of Tax Defaulters for the first three months of this year, and it shows that they agreed €14.4m in the settlement of 86 cases.
Cambridge was judged as Britain's best place to open a shop while Shields Road, Byker, Newcastle came bottom.
Lenovo Romania sees potential for growth across all sectors, and singled out the energy sector as a field where its latest technology could be used, its representatives said during an event today in B
Brexit secretary also suggests UK will not be in the EU's customs union during "transition" phase.
The body reins back its growth estimates due to uncertainty about White House policies.
Bank workers union Etyk said Tuesday its board of directors “unanimously” decided to ask members at Hellenic Bank to hold a 24-hour strike on Friday, June 30. The decision came after Hellenic Bank wo
You Live With Us We Live With You is the latest project by local photographer Simon Buckley, whose previous work, Not Quite Light, documented changing parts of Manchester and Salford before sunrise
Here's a look back at the key dates in the EU's legal tussle with Google.
Nine out of 10 savings accounts pay interest of less than 1%, Moneyfacts says.
Lloyds Banking Group is on course to miss a self-imposed June deadline to make compensation offers to victims of the HBOS fraud scandal.
''There has been a steady downward trend in the world oil prices over the past month, but it still can not affect the price of gas in Bulgaria and get it lowered'', the chair of the Energy and Wate
The UK cosmetics retailer has been sold by L'Oreal to Natura of Brazil.
A government overhaul of trade union law, designed to tighten the rules around balloting for industrial action, came into force in March.
Telecom company Digi Mobil registered an increase in the number of users in the first quarter of this year, reaching 3.3 million, and the 4G traffic accounted for 50 percent of the overall traffic. Th
EU antitrust regulators hit Alphabet unit Google with a record €2.42bn fine on Tuesday, taking a tough line in the first of three investigations into the company’s dominance in searches and sma
Banks, retailers, energy firms and the airport appear to have been targeted by a malware attack.
Lord Mayor of London, Dr Andrew Parmley, an ambassador of British financial services, visits Romania between June 29-30, in a bid to boost the business relations between the City of London and Buchare
Intesa Sanpaolo took over Veneto Banca and Banca Popolare di Vicenza assets and liabilities, including the network of Romanian branch, for EUR 1. Intesa Sanpaolo, Italy’s leading banking group,
In May 2017, the number of the trips of Bulgarian residents abroad was 653.3 thousand or by 15.7% above the registered in May 2016. In comparison with the same month of the previous year an increase w
Irish Tourism has expereinced an increase in the amount of tourists visiting the Emerald Isle.
Blachotrapez, one of the most important Polish companies of metallic rooftops, opens this year a new production hall at Baia Mare, following an investment of EUR 800,000, near the existent factory. &#
Czech power group Energo-Pro has submitted an offer for the Bulgarian assets of power utility CEZ Group, the company’s Bulgarian subsidiary Energo-Pro Varna told SeeNews on Monday. “We cannot provide
The project, set to create a 'world class exhibition and performance venue', is expected to be completed by 2020
French tire manufacturer Michelin has unveiledan innovative 3D printed tire at the 2017 Movin'On - the international summit forsustainable mobility heldin Montreal. Michelin's concept tire called “VIS
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is launching the EUR 100 million Green Economy Financing Facility (GEFF) for the country to support Romanian households to save energy and m
Russian billionaire, Mikhail Fridman’s L1 Retail investment vehicle has agreed to buy British retailer, Holland & Barrett, for £1.77bn (€2.01bn), in its first acquisition, betting
Financial markets are not expecting any increase in UK rates in the coming 12 months despite a pick-up in inflation to 2.9%.
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