Tributes have been paid following the death of one of Cork’s most popular businessmen and charity campaigners after a long and brave battle against cancer.
Verizon Communications has said it would buy Yahoo’s core business for $4.48bn (€4.22bn), lowering its original offer by $350m in the wake of two massive cyber attacks at the internet compa
The UK should block any attempt by Germany to shift the headquarters of the London Stock Exchange to Frankfurt after it merges with rival Deutsche Boerse, an MP has said.
One third of Irish hotels have changed owners since 2011, including four out of five in Cork City, generating almost €2.5bn in sales, according to a study by property consultants Savills Ireland.
Green REIT, the publicly-quoted property investment fund, is confident that US companies will remain interested in taking up vacant office space in Ireland, despite potential policy changes by the Tru
EU finance ministers have agreed to close a loophole that allowed multinationals to avoid paying corporate taxes, in part by funnelling profits through Ireland.
Banks in Ireland had sought since 2009 to play down the tracker mortgage scandal which has had a “catastrophic” effect on customers, an expert in tracker mortgages has alleged at the Oirea
Kerry Group has dismissed speculation it might sell its consumer food arm by saying it remains “very, very committed” to it and still sees further growth opportunities arising from the div
Growth in Germany’s private sector picked up in February to reach its highest level in nearly three years, driven by humming factories, a survey showed, pointing to a strong first quarter in Eur
Turkey, which has always taken leading positions among the foreign trade partners of Azerbaijan, is ready to increase the volume of investments in the agricultural sphere of the brotherly country.
Banca Transilvania, the second biggest lender by assets in Romania, is planning to purchase up to 10 million of its own shares as part of a buyback program that was approved by shareholders last April
(Reuters) - Oil giant Saudi Aramco [IPO-ARMO.SE] has asked JPMorgan Chase & Co and Morgan Stanley to assist with its upcoming mammoth IPO and could call on another bank with access to Chinese investor
PARIS (Reuters) - European aerospace group Airbus took a new 1.2 billion euro ($1.2 billion) charge for its troubled A400M military aircraft program and called for new talks with European buyer natio
LR-SAM and Akash missile system orders could be nearly worth USD 2 billion, adding roughly Rs 13,000 crore to total orderbook in the coming quarters, says MV Gowtama, Chief Managing Director of BEL.
Microsoft Chief Executive Satya Nadella, in his keynote speech at the company's Future Decoded summit in Mumbai, unveiled the apps explaining how they can revolutionise the way candidate verificatio
According to sources, the company started the process last week and will lay off 500-600 people across Snapdeal, Vulcan (logistics) and Freecharge (digital payments business).
A look at what Colin Kaepernick's true value is to the San Francisco 49ers as the two sides figure out where they are going to go from here. Will San Francisco retain Kaepernick? Does he want to retur
Suzuki-controlled home-grown carmaker Maruti Suzuki is sprucing up its product development capabilities, aiming to become an end-to-end manufacturer and reducing dependence on its parent company.
In an interview to CNBC-TV18, Anurag Mundra, Joint MD CFO of Ujaas Energy said that rumours regarding mismanagement and auditor commentary are absolutely incorrect.
Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority (PFRDA) said that they are looking to have a systematic withdrawal plan for National Pension System (NPS) wherein individuals will have an option to
(Reuters) - Goldman Sachs expects global crude oil inventories to keep falling due to production cuts and strong growth in demand, although stocks are likely to rise in the United States.
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — The Army Corps of Engineers’ plan to close a Dakota Access pipeline protest camp that’s been around for more than six months isn’t likely to be the demise of o
In a freewheeling exclusive interview with CNBC-TV18â??s Shereen Bhan, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella talked about a number of issues, including cloud and artificial intelligence technologies and outli
TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian stocks rose on Wednesday, joining a record-setting session for global markets as investors cheered upbeat factory activity in Europe and solid earnings on Wall Street.
The company didnâ??t explain the nature of these observations. Miryalaguda plant was one among the three plants for which the company got US drug regulator warning letter in November 2015.
Ailing retailer Edcon shed nearly 400 000 customers during the three months to December as its aggressive discount strategy failed to lift its profit margins.
Diamond mining company De Beers has said it is optimistic about its growth prospects after it reported a 30 percent increase in revenue to R79.74 billion.
In his maiden speech after becoming RBI Deputy Governor, Viral Acharya yesterday said banks might have to take larger hair cuts than what they ask for.
Indiaâ??s largest online market place, Flipkart, is in plans to increase the size of its funding round and is now seeking to raise up to USD 1.5 billion from investors including Microsoft Corp., eBa
Botswana has a long way to go in terms of improving its anti-money laundering policy, says Rose Seretse, director of the Directorate on Corruption and Economic Crime (DCEC).
The government is a majority stakeholder in both, HPCL and BPCL, holding a stake of 51.1 percent in HPCL and 54.9 percent in BPCL. ONGC is unlikely to take over both entities for a mega public secto
The partnership deal between Tata Motors and Volkswagen could be a technology tie-up or a joint venture with vehicle architecture and technology at the center of discussion.
While the market believes that the Murthy-led group are no longer promoters and should not interfere with the running with the group, it has emerged that the truth is otherwise, and the promoters wi
Indian IT (information technology) industry might like to put all the blame on Donald Trump for its woes â?? single-digit growth, retrenchment and reduced hiring from campuses. But the â??Trump effe