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Elon Musk says he is terminating $44 billion Twitter buyout deal
New low-cost loan scheme for small businesses announced by Government
Price hikes: Electric Ireland to raise gas and electricity for second time in three months
Explainer: What counts as EU funding and where does it go?
Survey places Dublin among most expensive cities for international workers
High-earning public servants to have pay restored, as Varadkar admits timing 'isn't the best'
Elon Musk's €41 billion bid to buy Twitter gets unanimous approval from shareholders
Elon Musk addresses Twitter staff, targets 1 billion users and a website 'you can't live without'
Parents of Irish teenage Instagram users can now supervise their child's account
Musk accuses Twitter of withholding data and threatens to withdraw bid
Not quite normal: Airport chaos mirrors post-Covid economy struggling to find its level
KBC writes to customers giving them six months to close their accounts
Passengers who missed flights due to Dublin Airport chaos have 'no automatic right to redress'
DAA given until tomorrow morning to find solutions to airport chaos, ministers say
ESB to create 1,000 jobs over three years as part of net zero by 2040 pledge
Taoiseach at Davos: 'Wind is Ireland's oil and that's how we're going to play it'
Over 300 jobs to go at PayPal offices in Dundalk and Blanchardstown
Watchdog clears Bank of Ireland €9 billion KBC deal despite 'significant' concerns
Billionaires’ wealth rose more during Covid-19 pandemic than in 23 years combined
Construction costs surge again in April as inflation continues to pump up wholesale prices
Exiting Ulster Bank gives customers six-month 'deadline' to repay their overdrafts
Department to explore 'substantial' revisions to remote working bill after criticism
Buy-now-pay-later firms offering 'indirect credit' must now be authorised by the Central Bank
Ryanair lost €355 million last year amid 'fragile' recovery in air travel from the pandemic
Elon Musk 'still committed' to $44 billion Twitter takeover despite putting deal 'on hold'
Despite prices falling at the pump, annual Irish consumer price inflation hit 7% in April — a 22-year high
Competition authority launches full probe into Permanent TSB's €7.6 billion Ulster Bank deal
European Parliament votes to extend Digital Covid Certs for 12 months
Contactless and smartphone payments on Dublin Bus may be possible 'late next year'
Cost of living: Price rises on electricity and gas to kick in from today
After Moscow follows through on gas cut threat, 'all bets are off' on Europe's Russian supply
Flurry of announcements caps off noteworthy week for Irish banks and their customers
Bank of Ireland announces CEO Francesca McDonagh to step down
Question marks hang over Elon Musk's plans after $44 billion Twitter takeover deal
Dáil turf wars: Eamon Ryan seeks to unite coalition against Sinn Féin motion
Twitter confirms sale of company to Elon Musk for $44 billion
€200m plan for wind energy hub at Rosslare 'could be the south-east's Silicon Docks'
City centre businesses vote to retain DublinTown organisation for another five years
The Twittering classes: Elon Musk's $43 billion bid and Twitter's 'poison pill'
Boston Scientific to pump €100 million into Galway facility, adding 300 jobs