Thompson named as new CEO At RSA Ireland (2019-09-17 00:15:00)
Kevin Thompson has been appointed chief executive of insurance company RSA Ireland, replacing Ken Norgrove.

Best Young Entrepreneur award for Shorla's Cunningham (2019-09-17 00:15:00)
Sharon Cunningham has been named Ireland's Best Young Entrepreneur, securing a total investment fund of €40,000 for her company.

Eddie Stobart considers potential for raising equity (2019-09-17 00:15:00)
Logistics firm Eddie Stobart today flagged higher debt and said it was considering the potential for raising new equity, while scrapping dividends for the year.

H&M's sales grow at fastest pace in three years in Q3 (2019-09-17 00:15:00)
Sweden's H&M, the world's second-biggest fashion retailer, today reported its steepest sales growth in three years in local-currency terms and said its summer collections had been well received.

Planning permissions up 42% in second quarter - CSO (2019-09-17 00:15:00)
New figures from the Central Statistics Office show that the number of planning permissions approved in the second quarter of the year had jumped by almost 42% on the same time last year.

Purdue deal to rank among biggest in pharma history (2019-09-17 00:15:00)
OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma LP has reached a tentative multibillion-dollar agreement with some plaintiffs aimed at settling thousands of lawsuits over its alleged role in the US opioid crisis.

DMS Governance creates 50 new Cashel jobs (2019-09-17 00:15:00)
DMS Governance, a global governance, risk and compliance company, is expanding its workforce at Cashel in Co Tipperary with the creation of 50 new jobs.

Meadow Meats owners warn plant could close permanently (2019-09-17 00:15:00)
The owners of the Meadow Meats plant in Rathdowney, Co Laois, have warned the facility may close as a result of the ongoing blockade by protesters.

China's economy strains under disappointing data (2019-09-17 00:15:00)
China's economy showed more signs of strain today as the country published weak data for industrial output, investment and retail sales, amid a lingering trade war with the US.

EU probes Belgian tax benefits for 39 companies (2019-09-17 00:15:00)
The European Commission said today it had opened separate in-depth investigations into tax rulings granted by Belgium to 39 multinational companies to determine whether these amounted to illegal state aid.

Norwegian Air's bondholders back debt relief plan (2019-09-17 00:15:00)
Norwegian Air's bondholders have accepted the company's plea to postpone repayment of $380m by up to two years, the carrier said today.

ECB's commitment to lifting inflation unwavering - Lane (2019-09-17 00:15:00)
The European Central Bank is unwavering in its commitment to lifting inflation and could even provide more stimulus, its chief economist said today.

Purdue files for bankruptcy to settle opioid crisis (2019-09-17 00:15:00)
Purdue Pharma is to file for bankruptcy in a settlement agreement that it hopes will provide more than $10 billion to address the opioid crisis, the company said in a statement today.

Tullow to drill new Guyana wells after second discovery (2019-09-17 00:15:00)
Tullow Oil plans to drill three or more oil exploration wells in Guyana next year, chief executive Paul McDade said today after the firm's second oil discovery in the country. .

Petrol and diesel prices could rise 'significantly' (2019-09-17 00:15:00)
Motorists are being advised to expect an increase in petrol and diesel prices as a result of surge in the cost of a barrel of oil.

Johnson skips news conference following Brexit meetings (2019-09-17 00:15:00)
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has skipped a planned news conference with Luxembourg's Prime Minister Xavier Bettel after he met European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker to discuss Brexit.

Sterling retreats after Johnson skips press conference (2019-09-17 00:15:00)
The pound retreated further from last week's gains following heated remarks by Luxembourg Prime Minister Xavier Bettel showing that the gap between the British and European Union positions on Brexit remained far apart.

Oil prices soar after attack on Saudi facilities (2019-09-17 00:15:00)
Oil prices have seen a record surge after attacks on two Saudi facilities slashed output in the world's top producer by half, fuelling fresh geopolitical fears.

New clampdown launched on social welfare fraud (2019-09-17 00:15:00)
A new clampdown on social welfare fraud will include increased inspections and penalties for employers who falsely claim that workers are self-employed.

Datalex issues new guidance for 2019 following review (2019-09-17 00:15:00)
Datalex says it expects to report earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) of between -$1m and +$1m for this year.

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