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Overseas news outlets have lost Irish subscribers, says new report

It finds that The New York Times (down five percentage points), The Daily Telegraph (down six), The Guardian (down four) and The Economist (also...

Dublin up 10 places in new cost-of-living survey

Hong Kong remains the most expensive city in the world according to the list, which is used by multinationals as a guide to how...

The week ahead in business: The Banking and Payments Federation Ireland annual conference and the Central Bank’s Financial Stability Review

There will be a heavyweight line-up at Banking and Payments Federation Ireland’s annual banking conference on Tuesday at the Mansion House in Dublin. Among...

Coillte fund has bought over 5,000 hectares of forestry

Purchases of bare land will ‘ramp up’ this year, with sites already acquired in Limerick, Tipperary and Wicklow The controversial fund set up last year...

Bank of Ireland issues apology after ad campaign errors promised higher interest rates than available

Bank of Ireland has apologised for two inaccurate advertisements it produced last year and reported the mistakes to the Central Bank.The adverts appeared in...

Access to private plane owner data restricted on privacy claim

Data Protection Commission says concerns were raised over amount of information that was publicly available In its annual report published today, the privacy watchdog...

ECB boss Christine Lagarde sends strong signal interest rate cuts are on the way

Bank confident that inflation is now under control at 2pc as impact ­factors ‘fade away’ “No predicament, no prescription, no commitment, but it is a...

Irish tech chiefs say cybersecurity and the lack of talent are more pressing worries than AI

While Irish tech leaders have a high level of interest in artificial intelligence, most of them have not invested in the necessary technology –...

‘Trump saw that Ireland stepped up’: former American Chamber CEO says White House return by the ex-president is no economic threat

Mark Redmond believes the solid business links between the two countries are built to stand the test of time How worried should Ireland be about...

Twenty-six Irish social media influencers warned to comply with laws around labelling content

The influencers, who are not being named, are operating in a number of sectors, including beauty and fashion, food, entertainment and sport. The letters...

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