Govt increases renewable energy target to 70% (2019-03-26 00:15:00)
The Government has announced an increase in the proportion of Ireland's electricity supply that will be generated from renewable sources to 70% by the year 2030.

Harvey's Point hotel sold to Davy Real Estate (2019-03-26 00:15:00)
Co Donegal hotel Harvey's Point is to be sold by hoteliers Deirdre McGlone and Marc Gysling to a fund managed by Davy Real Estate.

Finance Ireland reports €10.5m profit for 2018 (2019-03-26 00:15:00)
Non-bank lender Finance Ireland has announced a pre-tax profit of €10.5m for 2018 - up 27% year-on-year.

Glenveagh and I-RES agree North Co Dublin deal (2019-03-26 00:15:00)
Housebuilder Glenveagh Properties has agreed to forward sell 118 housing units to the country's largest private landlord Real Estate Investment Trust (I-RES).

Oil consumption here continues to increase (2019-03-26 00:15:00)
The organisation representing the petroleum industry here has pledged to play its part in Ireland's transition to a low carbon and environmentally sustainable economy.

Boeing to brief on 737 updates as Ethiopian backs firm (2019-03-26 00:15:00)
Boeing will brief more than 200 global airline pilots, technical experts and regulators this week on software and training updates for its 737 MAX aircraft.

Mortgage rules and Brexit cause Dublin homes price fall (2019-03-26 00:15:00)
Brexit is continuing to cause uncertainty at the upper ends of the property market here, according to property agent REA.

German business mood shows signs of improving (2019-03-26 00:15:00)
Confidence among Germany's business leaders rose in March for the first time after six months of decline, according to the Ifo barometer released today.

Brexit concerns push Economic Pulse index lower (2019-03-26 00:15:00)
Brexit once again hit business sentiment in March while households also remained jittery about the outlook for the economy, a new survey shows.

Autonomy's Lynch inflated sales before HP deal - court (2019-03-26 00:15:00)
Entrepreneur Mike Lynch artificially inflated revenue at his Autonomy software company before selling it to Hewlett Packard for $11 billion, the US firm's lawyer told a London court today.

The big impact of Brexit on Ireland's small businesses (2019-03-26 00:15:00)
There is no doubt that Brexit will impact small businesses, but the impact is and will be different for different sectors

Ashley says Debenhams proposals better than insolvency (2019-03-26 00:15:00)
Mike Ashley's Sports Direct has hit out at Debenhams for rejecting his latest attempt to wrest control of the struggling retailer.

No-deal Brexit 'becoming increasingly likely' - EU (2019-03-26 00:15:00)
European Union officials in Brussels have said a no-deal Brexit is "becoming increasingly likely".

IFG Group agrees to takeover deal from UK's Epiris (2019-03-26 00:15:00)
Shares in financial services firm IFG Group soared over 42% in Dublin today after it said it had agreed to a £206m takeover offer from UK private equity firm Epiris Funds.

Apple launches TV streaming and news services (2019-03-26 00:15:00)
Apple has lifted the curtain on a television and movie streaming service that will allow users of its 1.4 billion gadgets worldwide to stream television shows and movies.

Govt not preparing for a hard border post-Brexit (2019-03-26 00:15:00)
The Government is not preparing for a hard border on the island of Ireland post-Brexit, a spokesperson for the Government has said.

BA flight destined for Germany, lands in Scotland (2019-03-26 00:15:00)
British Airways passengers were mistakenly flown to Edinburgh rather than Dusseldorf due to a paperwork error.

Norwegian introduces temporary transatlantic timetable (2019-03-26 00:15:00)
Norwegian Air has published details of a temporary transatlantic schedule for the first two weeks of April as it attempts to deal with the ongoing fallout from the grounding of Boeing 737 MAX aircraftused in its Irish fleet.

MPs vote to take control of parliament for Brexit votes (2019-03-26 00:15:00)
British MPs have adopted a cross-party Brexit amendment which allows Parliament to seize control of the House of Commons agenda to hold a series of indicative votes.

Sterling gains on reports of third Brexit vote (2019-03-26 00:15:00)
Sterling steadied today, helped by a weaker dollar and reports that Prime Minister Theresa May was preparing to put her Brexit withdrawal plan to a vote in parliament.

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