Bombardier is closing in on the second deal for its C Series jet since reaching a landmark agreement with Airbus a few weeks ago that will see the European aircraft maker take control of the programme
Landmark city centre building in Cork on sale for €6.25m, writes Property Editor Tony Barker.
Over the last several years we’ve seen continuously increasing charges for the collection and the processing of waste, writes Paul Mills
The chancellor defends his record as a long squeeze on people's living standards is predicted.
Vehicle output rises as a result of higher exports, but production for the domestic market falls again.
The firm has signed up tenants including coffee house Lupo, Training Room, Consumer Reclaim, Care UK and Environmental Services Design.
This Saturday from 4:30 PM – 5 PM, photographer Mihaela Nroc launches her “Atlas of beauty. World’s Women in 500 portraits” at Gaudeamus, at Romexpo. During the event will speak Mihaela No
The biggest players in the Romanian telecom sector see significant business potential in the implementation of Internet of Things technology for companies and the public, suggesting this trend will al
A think tank says the squeeze on incomes will last longer than that which followed the post-2008 crash.
National Museum of Contemporary Art (MNAC Bucharest) will open on November 23 the new season’s exhibitions at 7 PM, at the Palace of Parliament. The program is: THE ETHEL LUCACI-BAIA? AND SILVIU BAIA?
Collapsed airline Monarch has won an appeal against a court decision that had stripped it of rights over valuable airport slots, in a boost to administrators who are hoping to recover money for credit
The first festival of Asian culture comes back in Bucharest with a new edition at Romexpo, from Friday until Sunday. The festival is a multicultural dialogue that promotes the Eastern traditions and c
The battery array can store enough energy to power 30,000 homes for about an hour.
Shares of South Korean appliance makers Samsung and LG have risen as investors shrugged off a recommendation by US trade officials that US president Donald Trump impose tariffs on foreign-made washing
From Wednesday until Sunday this week takes place the International Fair Gaudeamus 2017- Learning Book at Romexpo Central Pavilion, whose guest of honor this year is the European Union, via the Europe
Travel group Thomas Cook reported lower profit margins in its British business due to tough competition in Spain, sending its shares down more than 10% and leaving it reliant on a recovery in Egypt an
Residents of separatist-controlled Luhansk awoke on Nov. 21 to an all-too-familiar and distressing scene: masked, heavily armed men on armored vehicles patrolling the streets of the war-wracked easter
Azerbaijan will apply new import and export customs duties next year, which will also concern the import of cars, which import has significantly increased from the beginning of the year.
Brokers should let customers know what commission they are being paid by financial firms if selling a product, the Central Bank has said.
Ukraine has postponed some official visits to Belarus after charges of espionage were brought against Ukrainian journalist Pavlo Sharoiko and diplomat Ihor Skvortsov. Read more here.
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The company behind popular RTÉ programmes Room to Improve and First Dates Ireland’ has said it is on course for a strong performance in 2017, despite profits falling 15% last year.
Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe’s budget still runs the risk of breaching EU rules but Ireland appears to be out of any danger of facing sanctions when European finance ministers meet early nex
Britain has been criticised for failing to provide any notable support mechanisms for small businesses in the North in its latest budget, even though an additional £650m (€733m) for th
Sterling seesawed and UK housebuilding shares slid yesterday after a UK budget statement that was seen by investors as bleak but not dramatically changing the outlook for the UK’s Brexit-bound e
Electricity prices will stay at current levels despite economic growth and the building of data centres boosting demand, according to Moody’s Investors Service.
Economic forecasts put the chancellor under pressure but Tory MPs back him on stamp duty and Brexit.
A radical shake-up of broadband advertising will change the way ISPs promote the speed of net services.
Large technology companies will have to pay tax on royalties made on sales in the UK.
Christmas fraud is increasing, and police are urging the public to be vigilant with buying presents.
A new movement calls for tech investors to back more start-ups led by women and people from ethnic minorities.
How a handful of countries on three different continents drive the international trade in playing talent.
US stocks mostly slipped away from their latest record highs as the two former halves of Hewlett-Packard both tumbled, while falling interest rates helped phone companies but hurt banks.
The Revenue Commissioners has issued a pre-Christmas warning to online shoppers.