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Aer Lingus seeks pay talks with pilots to secure aircraft

Fri, 03/29/2024 - 14:14
Aer Lingus has written to the pilots union to seek a meeting about an ongoing pay dispute, in order to avert a new aircraft due for delivery to the airline being allocated elsewhere in the IAG group.

European Commission approves extension of film tax credit

Fri, 03/29/2024 - 13:51
The European Commission has given the green light to the Government to increase cap on the film tax credit.

June rate cut on table as US prices rose 0.3% in February

Fri, 03/29/2024 - 13:42
U.S. prices increased moderately in February and the cost of services outside housing slowed considerably, keeping a June interest rate cut from the Federal Reserve on the table.

Call for Good Friday to be made a bank holiday

Fri, 03/29/2024 - 11:57
Good Friday should be made a bank holiday for all workers in Ireland, according to a Labour Party senator.

Huawei recorded fastest growth in four years in 2023

Fri, 03/29/2024 - 08:33
China's Huawei Technologies saw its fastest growth in four years in 2023, with a rebound in its consumer segment and income from new businesses like smart car components accelerating its recovery from U.S. sanctions.

French consumer prices rose by 2.4% in March

Fri, 03/29/2024 - 08:20
French consumer prices rose by a smaller than expected 2.4% year-on-year in March, preliminary data from statistics agency INSEE showed.

Dublin Airport operator will not appeal car park decision

Fri, 03/29/2024 - 08:15
Dublin Airport operator daa has confirmed that it will not appeal the competition regulator's decision to block its purchase of the former QuickPark facility in Santry.

'Speculative' moves behind yen declines

Fri, 03/29/2024 - 08:05
Japanese Finance Minister Shunichi Suzuki said there were "speculative" moves behind recent yen declines, suggesting authorities remained on stand-by to intervene in the market to address any excessive falls in the currency.

New Boeing boss says planemaker faces pivotal moment

Fri, 03/29/2024 - 07:58
The new head of Boeing's troubled commercial airplane unit said the planemaker faces a "pivotal moment" as it works to boost quality and address significant concerns from regulators and airline customers after a panel flew off a 737 MAX 9 jet in January.

Archer Hotel Capital purchases Shelbourne Hotel

Fri, 03/29/2024 - 07:49
Global real estate investment company, Kennedy Wilson, has completed the sale of the five-star Shelbourne Hotel in Dublin.

Early signs of softness in tourism market - ITIC

Fri, 03/29/2024 - 05:00
Early signs of a "soft market" coupled with capacity concerns are causing worry for tourism industry leaders, the representative body has said.

Cost of second hand homes in Dublin rise 1.9% in Q1

Fri, 03/29/2024 - 05:00
The average price of a used property in Dublin rose 1.9% between January and March compared to the previous three months, new data from DNG shows.

Ice-cream parlour worker claims she worked 90 hour weeks

Thu, 03/28/2024 - 18:40
A former ice cream parlour worker who says she had to put in 90 hours a week at times has told a tribunal that her hours were so long her baby son did not recognise her by the time her employment ended.

Cathal Friel chaired EGT raises £6.4m on London's AIM

Thu, 03/28/2024 - 18:04
European Green Transition (EGT), a company developing a range of assets aimed at capitalising on the opportunity of the green transition and which is chaired by Cathal Friel, has conditionally raised £6.45 on London's AIM.

Dunnes Stores wins planning financial contributions case

Thu, 03/28/2024 - 14:52
Retail giant, Dunnes Stores, has succeeded in having its financial planning contributions relating to its planned expansion of a south Dublin shopping centre almost halved to €230,703.

Thames Water in crisis as shareholders refuse to pay up

Thu, 03/28/2024 - 14:50
Thames Water, Britain's biggest water utility, said today its shareholders had refused to pay £500m promised to stabilise its finances, heightening concerns over its survival.

UK court says $10bn jet dispute to be heard in London

Thu, 03/28/2024 - 14:23
A $10 billion battle between reinsurers and aircraft leasing companies seeking payouts for more than 200 jets stuck in Russia should be heard in London rather than Moscow, London's High Court ruled today.

MetroLink will 'revolutionise' Irish public transport

Thu, 03/28/2024 - 13:29
The Chief Executive of Transport Infrastructure Ireland has said the MetroLink rail project will "revolutionise" public transportation if approval is granted by An Bord Pleanála.

US fourth-quarter growth revised up to 3.4%

Thu, 03/28/2024 - 13:05
The US economy grew faster than previously estimated in the fourth quarter, lifted by strong consumer spending and business investment in nonresidential structures like factories.

Profits at Irish subsidiary of Apple reach almost €66bn

Thu, 03/28/2024 - 12:51
Pre-tax profits at the main Irish subsidiary of iPhone maker Apple last year increased by 2.5%to $71.07 billion (€65.87 billion).