Government-backed insurance plans in the US help compensate farmers for losses after natural disasters. Unfortunately for the produce growers who were ravaged by recent hurricanes, a lot of the nation
International tourists brought in just under €6.5bn last year, up 8.5% from 2015 but a shortage of qualified staff could stall the momentum of the hotel industry, an AIB report has suggested.
Ireland has a long way to go before electric cars become a viable alternative — and the Government should prioritise the promotion of electric-hybrid alternatives, says a motoring expert.
The profits of cigarette firm, PJ Carroll, have been hit by the black market, it said.
Tax for employees of IT start-ups should be considered in the budget to assist entrepreneurs retain the best talent, according to a venture capital group.
Diageo, the maker of Johnnie Walker whisky and Smirnoff vodka, forecast stronger sales and profit growth in the second half of its financial year after a first half affected by negative factors in Chi
Sterling strengthened against both the euro and the dollar after UK retail sales rose more than forecast in August, boosting investor expectations that the Bank of England will raise borrowing costs i
Inditex, the world’s biggest clothes retailer and owner of Zara, reported a 9% rise in first-half profit, but its gross margin, as a percentage of sales, slipped, because of a stronger euro.
More than nine in 10 Irish exporters trade with the UK and need some sort of help in the budget next month to cushion the effects of Brexit, according to the Irish Exporters’ Association.
Dairy market analysts are predicting a recovery as the latest Global Dairy Trade Price Index climbed 0.9%, the second successive auction to record a price rise.
Only time will tell if Ryanair gets over this current major dilemma, but its handling of the crisis may well be the defining moment for both Michael O’Leary and for Ryanair.
Uber Technologies, which is the subject of a US federal probe into whether it broke bribery laws, has started a review of its Asia operations and notified US authorities about payments made by staff t
Ryanair bosses and shareholders will come head to head today as the airline holds its AGM in the midst of warnings of a multi-million compensation bill for cancelled flights.
Elis Pavaje has kicked off production at its third factory from Neamt County, after an investment of EUR 10 million. The company wants to respond to the growing the high demand for concrete raw mater
The more than 220 million Euros investment of IULIUS in the proximity to Iulius Mall Timisoara is in full development and, in addition to the state-of-the-art office spaces or the new leisure areas it
The Taiwanese handset maker has struggled to compete against rivals Apple and Samsung.
UK firms and the economy as a whole need a Brexit transition period, City lobby group warns.
As an increasing number of vineyards and wineries seal their bottles with screw-caps, the natural cork industry is fighting back.
A survey suggests 23% make or receive calls illegally, but the number is falling.
A survey by the RAC suggests 23% make or receive calls illegally - but the number is falling.
This year marks 25 years of the hugely popular awards ceremony, which celebrates businesses of all shapes and sizes across the region.
The consumer group wants manufacturers to stop making fridges with flammable plastic backs
Pilots had been offered cash to work extra days after the airline was forced to cancel thousands of flights.
The pound was heading towards 15-month highs against the US dollar following stronger than expected UK retail sales data.
The Fed will start to reduce its $4.2trn balance sheet in October.
The Fed said it would start to reduce its $4.2tr balance sheet in October.
The small satellite industry is the fastest growing part of the space sector "and they all require launch" says Rocket Lab boss Peter Beck.
Thomas Cook pilots to strike at the weekend after talks fail in a continuing pay dispute.
Ryanair says it has now emailed all customers advising them of flight changes and offering refunds.
Dominic Chappell faces charges brought by the Pensions Regulator after the collapse of BHS.
The embattled electronics firm hopes the deal will cover heavy losses from its nuclear division.
Ryanair has said it expects to have dealt with just over half of the 315,000 customers who have had their flights cancelled in the past few days.
Parents and bystanders were desperately trying to rescue staff and students trapped in a collapsed school.
Erdogan attends Fashion for Development event during UN General Assembly
Igbo group denies they are violent, want to create a separate homeland for their people
President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko met with his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan in the framework of participation in the 72nd session of the UN General Assembly, as reported by the Ukraini
On Wednesday in New York the Netherlands, Australia, Belgium, Malaysia and Ukraine confirmed their political support and cooperation with regard to the prosecution of MH17 suspects in the Netherlands,
A truck filled with aid for Rohingya Muslim refugees in Bangladesh veered off a road and fell into a ditch Thursday morning, killing at least nine aid workers, hours after another aid shipment in the
Minister of Public Telecommunications, Catherine Hughes yesterday donated a number of chairs to the University of Guyana and Theatre Guild which were taken from the Arthur Chung Conference Centre (AC
Three air navigation officers attached to the Guyana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) have received search and rescue training.
In its budget proposal for 2018, the union grouping, FITUG has called on the Government to halt plans to close and sell sugar estates and it also wants the income tax threshold raised from $60,000 pe
Amidst increasing concerns about threats to their forests, wetlands and way of life, the Wapichan People of south west Rupununi have set up their own website to monitor their ancestral lands and defen
A twenty-seven-year-old Mocha resident has been charged with six counts of armed robbery after he was yesterday identified as the man who robbed a group of persons early Tuesday morning at Second Brid
Two women, who were formerly employed as clerks at Central Electronics, were yesterday read several charges, alleging that they embezzled over $800,000 during a period of almost two years.