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As always the Finance Bill contains a number of measures that were not announced in the Budget speech of the Minster for Finance.
Signs of poor demand for the iPhone 8 have fuelled more market questions over Apple's double 2017 iPhone release strategy, sending its shares down as much as 2.6% today.
The BAI has sought clarification from the media company Comunicorp in relation to "a number of matters" relating to editorial independence and contractual commitments of individual services in the group.
The Government has published the 2017 Finance Bill containing 78 sections, the majority of which implement the changes announced in Budget 2018.
Open-access broadband provider SIRO has announced a €25m deal with global ICT leader, Huawei.
European Commissioner for Transport Violeta Bulc has said that she wants Irish connectivity with the rest of the EU to be maintained and reinforced after Brexit.
US cities are offering Amazon.com at least as much as $7 billion in tax breaks ahead of a deadline today as they compete to house its second headquarters.
The proportion of people under the age of 60 living in a jobless household fell by 1.3% to 11% between April and June, when compared with the same period in 2016.
British retail sales slowed unexpectedly sharply in September, dragging quarterly growth to its weakest annual rate since 2013.
Management and unions at Iarnród Éireann are attending talks at the Workplace Relations Commission in a bid to avert a potential strike over pay.
Fiji will issue a $50m "green" bond in the coming weeks to help combat the effects of global climate change, the first developing country to do so, its prime minister has said.
European Union leaders are set to agree on Friday on a calendar until the middle of 2019.
Ryanair said it had reached a settlement with Google and online travel agent eDreams to end legal proceedings in the High Court over what it said were misleading advertisements for Ryanair flights.
Accountancy firm RBK has announced the creation of 80 new positions at its Dublin and Midlands offices over the next three years.
Bill Foster, managing director of Fragomen's Dublin office, said the new Irish office will be a fully fledged part of the company's global network.
The Central Bank has begun enforcement investigations into Bank of Ireland and KBC Bank Ireland as part of an industry-wide examination of overcharging of tracker mortgage borrowers.
The Central Bank appears to be dragging its feet on the tracker mortgage examination, according to Sinn Féin's Finance Spokesperson.
The prospect of Britain achieving a breakthrough at this week's EU summit had long been discarded. On the three key issues - Britain's divorce bill, the rights of EU citizens and the Irish border - London has still not done enough for the EU to believe that a disorderly withdrawal can be avoided.
China's growth eased to 6.8% in the third quarter but remained higher than the government's full-year target.
Global immigration services firm Fragomen has announced the opening of an office in Dublin following an increase in demand for its services in Ireland.