As the Russia-Ukraine crisis continues and escalates, questions begins to arise about what an invasion might mean for Ireland, and more specifically its economy and businesses.
It is the first time that Fitch has raised its opinion on Ireland since 2017 and returns it to an AA level that was last seen in 2010, as the financial crisis was unfolding
The High Court has clarified a number of further issues around how pubs should be compensated for the disruption they suffered due to Covid-19.
Pharmaceutical company Eli Lilly is to invest €400m in a new manufacturing plant in Limerick which will employ 300 permanent staff when it is completed.
US consumer spending fell in December, suggesting the economy lost speed heading into the new year amid snarled supply chains and raging Covid-19 infections.
Retail sales fell back in December compared to November, while they were also lower on an annual basis, according to the latest figures from the Central Statistics Office.
The United States and European Union have said they are working together to source alternative supplies of natural gas to protect the EU in case key energy supplier Russia retaliates against sanctions.
Hewlett-Packard has won the majority of its civil case against tech tycoon Mike Lynch over its acquisition of Autonomy in 2011, a London judge said today.
EU inspectors have found that the system of checks on goods entering Northern Ireland from Great Britain under the protocol was "not fit for purpose".
There are both big wins for employees and glaring omissions in the Government's new bill aimed at the hospitality sector
Global gold demand soared in the fourth quarter of 2021 as inflation rocketed, helping to recoup much of the drop triggered by the pandemic, new industry data showed.
The Facebook whistle-blower Frances Haugen is due to appear before the Oireachtas media committee in late February.
Apple is overcoming the costly global shortage in computer chips, posting record sales over the key Christmas quarter, beating profit estimates and forecasting that its shortfall is narrowing.
Raising capital and recruiting and retaining staff are the biggest challenges facing Irish tech start-ups, according to the findings of a survey carried out by Scale Ireland.
A US appeals court has thrown out the convictions of two former Deutsche Bank traders for rigging Libor, once among the world's most important financial benchmarks, and ordered acquittals for both men.
Swedish fashion group H&M drew a line under the pandemic today, reporting a bigger than expected jump in quarterly profit and hiking investments with the aim of doubling sales by 2030.
Italian bank UniCredit has today posted better than expected 2021 results as the push by new chief executive Andrea Orcel to lift revenue began to bear fruit while costs remained in check despite rising pay and one-off charges.
The German economy contracted more than expected in the fourth quarter of last year, data showed today, as restrictions to slow the spread of the Omicron variant hampered activity.
Oil prices rose today, heading towards a sixth consecutive weekly gain, as geopolitical tensions continue to raise supply concerns.
Retail spending in Dublin recorded further growth in the final quarter of last year, as consumer demand remained strong in most sectors.