Ericsson swings to modest profit as savings kick in (2018-07-19 00:15:00)
Mobile telecom equipment maker Ericsson today posted an unexpected swing to a modest operating profit.

Australian giants set aside rivalry to share presses (2018-07-19 00:15:00)
Rupert Murdoch's News Corp and Fairfax Media, Australia's two top newspaper companies, have agreed to share printing presses as shrinking advertising sales prompt a once-unthinkable alliance between the arch rivals.

Premier Foods says it is open to asset sales (2018-07-19 00:15:00)
Premier Foods is open to selling assets at the right price, its chief executive officer said, ahead of a showdown with investors today where he could lose his job.

Competitiveness risks if world economy turns - NCC (2018-07-19 00:15:00)
The near perfect competitiveness conditions Ireland has enjoyed are over, according to the assessment of the National Competitiveness Council in this year's Competitiveness Scorecard.

DTCC to open new Dublin office in Brexit move (2018-07-19 00:15:00)
The Depository Trust and Clearing Corporation - or DTCC - is to open an office in Dublin in order to service clients after Britain leaves the European Union.

Tullow to shoulder Kosmos' $65m burden over rig dispute (2018-07-19 00:15:00)
Tullow Oil has to cough up around $65m for Kosmos Energy's share and legal fees over a cancelled rig contract in Ghana, the companies said today.

Danske Bank to forgo Estonia money laundering profits (2018-07-19 00:15:00)
Danske Bank said today it would forgo profits made from suspicious transactions in Estonia once the scale of past money laundering scandal becomes clear.

EU fines Google €4.34 billion over Android system (2018-07-19 00:15:00)
The European Commission has fined Google €4.34bn for breaching EU competition rules in relation to its Android mobile devices.

Euro zone inflation confirmed at 2% in June (2018-07-19 00:15:00)
Annual inflation in the euro zone rose to 2% in June, European Union statistics office Eurostat said today, confirming an earlier flash estimate.

Ryanair cancels 600 European flights due to strike (2018-07-19 00:15:00)
Ryanair has cancelled 600 flights on 25 and 26 July due to industrial action by cabin crew workers.

Vinyl sales drive profits at Golden Discs (2018-07-19 00:15:00)
Golden Discs is reporting an increase in profits driven by continued growth in vinyl sales.

National minimum wage to increase to €9.80 (2018-07-19 00:15:00)
The national minimum wage is to be increased by 25 cent to €9.80 per hour from January 2019, the Cabinet has agreed.

Brexit a 'threat' to Ireland's medium-term prosperity (2018-07-19 00:15:00)
The National Competitiveness Council's annual benchmarking report shows emerging cost pressures and capacity constraints weaken Ireland's competitiveness.

Tame UK inflation knocks BoE rate hike expectations (2018-07-19 00:15:00)
UK inflation unexpectedly held steady last month, denting market confidence about a Bank of England interest rate hike next month and sending sterling to a 10-month low against the dollar.

Up, up and not away: how Brexit could cause air chaos (2018-07-19 00:15:00)
There are concerns that we may see considerable disruption in the air transport sector next year because of Brexit

Minister to meet Facebook management after exposé (2018-07-19 00:15:00)
The Minister for Communications has said he will be meeting Facebook management tomorrow in the wake of an exposé of practises and content moderation on the platform by a Channel 4 programme last night.

Google's competition cases in Europe (2018-07-19 00:15:00)

Morgan Stanley beats second quarter forecasts (2018-07-19 00:15:00)
Morgan Stanley has today reported a better than expected quarterly profit, driven by higher revenues in equities and fixed income trading as well as investment banking.

EasyJet predicts profit to soar as much as 45% in 2018 (2018-07-19 00:15:00)
EasyJet today raised its profit guidance, forecasting earnings could soar by as much as 45% this year as it benefits from the collapse of rivals last year and strikes at competitor Air France.

1,000 new customs and veterinary inspectors to be hired (2018-07-19 00:15:00)
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said Ireland will have to hire about 1,000 new customs and veterinary inspectors by 2021 to prepare our ports and airports for Brexit.

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