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Female essential workers' health and well-being was substantially more impaired than that of male workers during the Covid-19 pandemic according to a new study.
Sam Bankman-Fried took more than $10 billion from unsuspecting customers of his now-bankrupt FTX cryptocurrency exchange, a US prosecutor said today in opening statements at the 31-year-old former billionaire's fraud trial.
IFAC says revenues could reduce by as much as €2.5 billion a year by 2030, due to lower taxes from fuel and energy use as we shift to renewables and stop driving vehicles that emit carbon
Primary school pupils from 3rd to 6th class are being encouraged to apply for the Primary Science Fair, which will take place at the 2024 BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition (BTYSTE) in January.
Pre-tax profits at the tech firm that decides questionable points in top GAA games this year declined by 12.4% to €19.62 million.
Pre-tax profits at the Brian O'Sullivan-led Zeus Packaging last year increased by 49% to €24.36m as revenues increased sharply.
Apple chief executive Tim Cook made $41.5m after taxes in his biggest share sale in two years, a US securities filing showed.
The cycle of interest rate hikes by the European Central Bank has likely come to an end as inflation across the euro zone is retreating faster then it rose, ECB Governing Council member Mario Centeno said today.
New figures from the Central Statistics Office show that foreign resident overnight visitors stayed an average of 8.7 nights and spent an average of €1,346 on their trips to Ireland in July.
Environmental, health, and safety company EHS International is to create at least 80 new jobs over the next year.
Paddy Power is to close 21 of its betting shops around the country after a review of its operations.
New figures from the Central Statistics Office show that the unemployment rate rose slightly to 4.2% in September from 4.1% a month earlier.
The sustainability rankings of many of the country's most recognisable organisations have taken a hit over the past year, as a result of growing scrutiny of their activities, a new index has found.
Euro zone retail sales fell much more than expected in August, data showed today, pointing to weaker consumer demand as inflation remains high.
The euro zone economy probably shrank last quarter, according to a survey which showed demand fell in September at the fastest pace in almost three years.
People are struggling to afford decent homes after decades of policies have turned property into investments rather than homes
British power generator and network operator SSE said today it expects to report half-year adjusted earnings of at least 30 pence per share, without specifying an upper end to the outlook.
Shares in SAS tumbled 95% in opening trade today after the Scandinavian airline announced new big shareholders last night in a deal that will see the group delisted from bourses and existing shareholder stakes' values reduced to zero.
Danish brewer Carlsberg has ended licence agreements for its brands in Russia, retaliating against what it described as Moscow's illegitimate takeover of its Russian breweries in July.
Tesco has today raised its profit guidance for the year as it reported a better-than-expected 13.5% rise in first half core profit and signalled that food inflation would continue to fall.