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Last year
Eir fined €2.45 million by regulator for overcharging an estimated 76,000 customers
Vodafone cutting 11,000 jobs as new CEO says group ‘must change’
No restaurant street furniture fees for another year as regulations extended
FactFind: Was the 2008 crash caused by building too many houses?
FactCheck: Does Ireland collect more corporate tax per person than almost any other EU country?
Government has cash at its disposal ahead of Budget 2024 with €16bn surplus for next year
Facebook parent company Meta and TikTok decline invite to Oireachtas committee
Elon Musk tells BBC nearly 8,000 Twitter employees were laid off since his acquisition
Moral panic 'fizzled out' of Dungarvan after gardaí arrested woman over alleged false statement
EU leaders insist eurozone banking sector is stable as shares plunge
Accenture to axe 19,000 jobs worldwide, including 400 in Ireland
Jacqueline Gold, founder of taboo-shattering Ann Summers brand, dies aged 62
US banks shore up First Republic in attempt to avoid another bank failure
European Central Bank hikes interest rates for sixth time since last summer
Mobile operator partly owned by Ryan Reynolds sold to T-Mobile for $1.3 billion
European stock markets plunge as Credit Suisse stock drops to historic low
Irish Financial Stability Group to monitor effects of SVB collapse on Ireland
Mark Zuckerberg confirms a further 10,000 jobs are to be cut globally at Meta
Silicon Valley Bank collapse stuns tech and banking worlds
Analysis: In the trial of Gary Lineker, he'll probably leave and critics will find another target
Richard Sambrook
International Women's Day: Does AI have a woman problem?
Sarah Jane Delany
Shoppers buying fewer items per trip as grocery inflation hits record high at 16.4%
Microsoft to cut additional 60 jobs from Irish workforce
Nearly two-thirds of renters say rising costs have affected their ability to purchase property
The Journal's Redacted Lives wins Best Podcast at 2023 Spider Awards
AIB insists 'no special deals' for nearly 2,000 customers who received 90% debt write-down
Ukraine war set to dominate G20 meeting of top diplomats
SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket blasts off for International Space Station
Poll: Have you ever bought anything because an 'influencer' posted about it?
The Sunday Times to donate €25,000 to HIV Ireland following inaccurate article
Containment measures prevented spread of cyber attack across Virgin Media Television servers
Laura Whitmore rapped by UK regulator for TikTok and Instagram posts about Irish gin
US tech giant Dell to cut 5% of its global workforce, around 6,650 employees
Shell profits double to €38 billion in 2022, the highest in the company's 115-year history
Rare green comet to be visible from Ireland for the first time in 50,000 years
Bank of Ireland increasing fixed mortgage rates again
Ulster Bank announces final closure dates for 63 branches across Ireland
Argos set to close all Irish outlets by June
Co-founder of collapsed crypto exchange pleads not guilty to fraud
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U2 members buy out partner company in group's 'world class' visitor centre proposal