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China now world's second-largest economy
Japan beaten into third place. How long can US remain on top?
Passengers terrified as breaks fail on Aer Arann jet
Report reveals aircraft’s breaks failed.
Hotel brings the outdoors indoors
Grass in meetings rooms?
H&M profits surge
The Swedish giant saw an 11% increase in sales.
150 jobs for Monaghan
Mushroom company announces jobs for new facility.
BlackBerry's encryption deal with India
Authorities want access to users’ messages.
Major Irish transport business closes
Liam Carroll Transport cuts 100 jobs.
Former Austrian bank chief arrested
Police investigating what went wrong at Hypo bank before it was bailed out by Austrian taxpayers.
Germany sees record growth of 2.2%
Germany stuns analysts with unprecedented growth for the second quarter.
UK airports face chaos as staff vote to strike
More disruption is on the horizon for holiday-makers as BAA action may affect Heathrow, Stansted, Glasgow, and Edinburgh airports.
Cabin crew serve notice of industrial action
Aer Lingus has been served formal notice of industrial action by its staff.
Google gets a hostile reception in Germany
Google Street View gives unique privacy controls to German users after months of controversy.
Consumer prices stablise
Disney's profits bolstered by Toy Story 3
And over a billion dollars from Alice in Wonderland.
Ryanair safety review after child falls
Calls for Boeing to make changes to plane design.
Aer Lingus cabin crew vote 96% for strike action
Impact say flights will not be disrupted.
I want to go, I want to get away...
But if I stay, I’d like to stay in Kerry.
20 things we could've spent the Anglo bailout money on
266 Christiano Ronaldos – and change!
Saudi Arabia scraps BlackBerry ban after getting 'server codes'
BlackBerry makers hand over access to local users’ chat messages in order to keep the smartphone legal.
Borrowing set to rise
North's unemployment to rise
But it’s nowhere near the levels in the south.
Murdoch set to take the 'Sky' out of 'Skype'
The media Baron is suing Skype for trademark infringement.
BoI shares dip in morning trading
Aer Lingus staff to decide on strike action today
Results of a ballot on industrial action by cabin crew due.
Dún Laoghaire housing scheme to go ahead
Developers get the the go-ahead for another 605 residential units at the site of the former Dún Laoghaire Golf Club.
Guinness stocks fall after Russian grain ban
Google-Verizon deal: a threat to the internet?
It has been described as “a toll booth on the information superhighway” – but what does the Google-Verizon deal really mean?
Price of groceries drop 14%
A price examination into Ireland’s biggest supermarkets shows that prices have dropped – but competitiveness remains an issue.
Why Arnotts now owes you €37.02
Brussels gives the green light to the takeover. Arnotts now owes you €37.
AIB raises mortgage rates - again
Bank joins growing list of lenders which have raised rates at least twice this year.
The time is right for an EU tax, says commissioner
The EU’s budget commissioner wants to introduce direct taxes from Brussels.
Record number of closures for food safety breaches
Even Oxegen made it onto the list.
Apple iPhone exec leaves after Antennagate
Is the iPhone 4 cursed?
Ireland’s oldest ad agency calls it a day
US unemployment jumps by twice the expected rate
Ireland isn’t the only one with a major jobs crisis.
Greece turns a corner – and can borrow more money
The EU and IMF praise “impressive” progress in rescuing the country’s finances.
EU wheat price soars after Russian ban
Rising prices triggers fears of panic buying.
Ulster Bank follows AIB in posting massive losses
The RBS-owned bank lost €378m in the first six months of 2010.
News Corp posts profits
Rupert Murdoch’s empire “continues to thrive”.
White collar workers hit hardest in unemployment rise
Jobless total increased sharply in July.