Dawson Design marks 30 years

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Having survived three recessions, the company - which has previously grown to 15 staff - is now based at the Ropeworks on Little Peter Street, Manchester.
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Irish livestock has among the lowest antibiotics use in the EU, veterinarian Fergal Morris told the MSD Animal Health conference in Dublin.
A new accord by the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) to extend its curb on output has not yet had its desired effect of driving up prices but the effect of earlier cuts may be
In a couple of weeks, the new leader of Fine Gael will be in situ and presumably will become the next Taoiseach, at least for a short period of time.
Shares in Dublin-based agri-services group Origin Enterprises dipped yesterday after it said sterling’s weakness versus the euro impacted on its seasonally important third quarter revenues.
Lenovo’s quarterly profit has fallen less than expected after the global personal computer market eked out growth for the first time since 2012.
Online shopping deliveries from the UK will be subject to the same costs as a package from the US or Asia following Brexit, the chairman of the Revenue board, Niall Cody, has said.
Irish fruit distribution company Total Produce has raised its earnings outlook for 2017 after seeing a continuation of its strong trading performance in the first four months of the year.
Former Ford Motor chief Mark Fields, who led the company as it lost almost $25bn (€22.3bn) in market value, could walk away with payouts worth about $57.5m.
There is not enough social housing to allow for “widespread repossessions” and the new mortgage-to-rent scheme offers the best way of tackling the huge backlog in mortgage arrears, Davy St
Tourism in the Republic has been hit by the Brexit slump in sterling which has reduced spending from the North and cut visitor numbers crossing the Irish Sea from Britain, an official survey suggests.
''The abolition of roaming fees should not in any way affect mobile phone tariffs for customers, as there has been enough time for the operators to recalculate all potential losses as a result of this
By Stelios Orphanides The Central Bank of Cyprus said that it expects the Cypriot economy to expand 2.8 per cent this year before growth speeds up to 3 per cent over the next two-year period. “The ex
The company, which employs 65 people, boasts customers such as ao.com and William Hill.
The Export Support Center "One Window" has been opened in the Center for Analysis of Economic Reforms and Communication (CAERC).
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The National Fund for Entrepreneurship Support (NFES) under the Economy Ministry of Azerbaijan has granted concessional loans worth 36.2 million manats ($21.3 million) to local entrepreneurs since ear
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Azerbaijan and Russia have signed the "Main Action Plan for 2017 on the project of establishing a service center for maintenance and repair of Russian and Soviet-produced civil helicopters in the terr
The deal to extend output cuts agreed by energy ministers in Vienna fails to impress financial markets.
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Official exchange rate of the US dollar and euro to Azerbaijani manat for May 26 was set at 1.7020 manats and 1.9062 manats, respectively.
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China is investing billions in Sri Lanka, but many local citizens feel the country is being sold to the Chinese.
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Share Lab uses flow charts and data analysis to map one of the greatest forces shaping our world - Facebook.
Payday lenders now have to advertise on at least one price comparison site under new rules.
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After years of online sales, Amazon opened its new bookshop in New York on Thursday.
After years of online sales, Amazon opened its new bookshop in New York on Thursday.
Malta has tried to shake off claims it is the "Panama of the EU" - but the EU is worried about its tax system.
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