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American, Southwest say demand helping competitors (2020-01-27 00:15:00)
Healthy travel demand is cushioning results for American Airlines Group and Southwest Airlines, but the two airlines warned that they are losing customers as their Boeing 737 MAX jets remain parked in a global grounding.

HR Duo to create 50 jobs in Co Meath (2020-01-27 00:15:00)
Almost 50 new jobs will be created in Co Meath with the opening of a new office for a HR company.

Costs and competitiveness a key focus for tourism (2020-01-27 00:15:00)
The tourism industry needs to focus on costs and competitiveness as the sector faces into choppier waters in the years ahead.

Takeaway.com says Just Eat takeover timetable delayed (2020-01-27 00:15:00)
Netherlands-based meal delivery company Takeaway.com said the expected timetable for its takeover of UK rival Just Eat would be delayed by a week after UK competition authorities said it would look at the deal.

Poland's LOT to buy Thomas Cook airline Condor (2020-01-27 00:15:00)
Polish airline LOT said today it would take over German carrier Condor, a former subsidiary of bankrupt travel operator Thomas Cook that has been kept aloft with government loans.

Domain sale could do 'irreparable harm' to charities (2020-01-27 00:15:00)
Top NGOs including Greenpeace and Amnesty International called for the $1.1 billion sale of the .org internet domain to a private company to be blocked, saying it could do"irreparable harm".

What to watch for on Friday in Davos (2020-01-27 00:15:00)
Here's what to watch for on the final day of the World Economic Forum's annual meeting  in Davos.

Shanghai Disney shuts to prevent spread of virus (2020-01-27 00:15:00)
Walt Disney's Shanghai Disney Resort will be closed until further notice to help China stop the spread of a flu-like virus, costing the theme park operator revenue during the country's biggest holiday season.

4 key takeaways from Davos 2020 (2020-01-27 00:15:00)
After a week of witnessing and trying to make sense of the surreal experience that is Davos, a few themes stand out, writes Business Editor Will Goodbody.

WATCH - Push for 2,000 global firms to meet UN goals (2020-01-27 00:15:00)
Pauliina Murphy, Engagement Director at World Benchmarking Alliance, says the alliance is using peer pressure to push 2,000 businesses across the world to meet the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

WATCH - Privacy a growing concern for business (2020-01-27 00:15:00)
Cillian Kieran, founder and CEO of New York based Ethyca, said that privacy and privacy compliance have fundamentally become some of the biggest concerns for both business and public policy.

How supply chains and logistics get goods from A to B (2020-01-27 00:15:00)
As we'll see with Brexit and climate change, supply chain management plays a huge role in our daily lives

Intel signals 2020 will be a turnaround year for firm (2020-01-27 00:15:00)
Intel has cemented the market view that the chip industry is turning around after a prolonged slowdown, forecasting better 2020 revenue and profit than Wall Street anticipated, driven by cloud computing demand.

FOI documents reveal 359 vacant development sites lying idle (2020-01-27 00:15:00)
Information released to RTÉ Investigates under Freedom of Information indicates that development land, with the potential to provide an estimated 18,500 to 20,700 homes on 359 vacant sites across the country, is simply lying idle.

Climate demands 'completely ignored' - Thunberg (2020-01-27 00:15:00)
Teenage activist Greta Thunberg said today that activists' calls on the corporate and political elite at Davos to seriously fight climate change had been "completely ignored".

ECB's Lagarde says uptick in inflation 'really minor' (2020-01-27 00:15:00)
European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde has dismissed a recent uptick in euro zone inflation as "really minor".

EU chiefs sign Brexit deal ahead of parliamentary vote (2020-01-27 00:15:00)
The presidents of the European Commission and European Council have signed the Withdrawal Agreement as Britain's divorce from Brussels is finalised in the coming days.

Euro zone economy remains weak but green shoots seen (2020-01-27 00:15:00)
Euro zone business activity remained lacklustre at the start of the year, a survey showed today but there were some glimmers of hope for policymakers.

Negotiating trade deal will be challenging - McEntee (2020-01-27 00:15:00)
Minister for European Affairs Helen McEntee says negotiating a trade deal with the UK post-Brexit "essentially in 10 months" will be difficult and challenging.

Temporary trade dispute appeal system agreed at Davos (2020-01-27 00:15:00)
The European Union, China and 15 other countries agreed today to develop a temporary system for appealing trade dispute rulings after the recent US-provoked collapse of the WTO appeals body.




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