A "gargantuan" effort would be required to remove key EU-wide bodies from the jurisdiction of the bloc's highest court, according to an expert.

German car giants' shares fall amid diesel emissions concerns

Shares in the three biggest German car makers have fallen after a report claimed they colluded for years over diesel emissions technology.

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Meteor rebrands as eir but current mobile plans will not change

After 12 years as a standalone brand within the eir Group, Meteor is officially rebranding to eir.

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Canadian tourist numbers expected to grow as Tourism Ireland launches new campaign

Millions of commuters in Toronto are seeing eye-catching ads for Ireland on commuter trains operating in the city.

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Irish builders set to deliver 3,000 extra hotel bedrooms by 2020

The Irish construction industry is set to deliver a number of key hotel development projects over the next three years, paving the way for a significant tourist ...

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EU cyber security boost is key to securing Ireland's digital future

The NIS Directive has been passed by the EU to boost cyber security for member states.

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Ibec calls on Government to spend more on investment projects in Budget 2018

Ibec is warning Budget 2018 is going to be a crucial plan for Ireland's economy.

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Parents urged to teach children cost of using smartphones

Nearly one in five eight-year-olds has their own smartphone, research suggests.

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NTMA tasked with finding escrow agent for Apple State aid money

The Government is to set up an escrow fund in relation to recovering State aid from tech giant Apple.

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Sterling suffers as European Central Bank hints at stimulus curbs

Sterling was wallowing at eight month lows against the euro, as investors continued to trade on news that the European Central Bank may start weighing plans to cut ...

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Audi to fit 850,000 diesel cars with software to improve emissions

German car maker Audi is to fit up to 850,000 diesel cars with new software to improve their emissions performance.

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IDA welcome relocation of Bank of America legal entities to Dublin

IDA Ireland has welcomed Bank of America confirmation that it has chosen Dublin as the preferred location for its principal EU legal entities following the UK’s ...

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Report suggests globally mobile workforce is critically important to business

Despite the unstable economic climate, unexpected political change and the impact of technology on societies the world’s biggest companies still view a flexible ...

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AO World warns on 'challenging' trading despite first quarter sales rise

Electricals retailer AO World has again warned that it faces "challenging" trading, despite reporting a rise in first quarter sales.

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Sterling takes a pounding as Euro soars on back of Mario Draghi comments

The pound tumbled to an eight-month low against the euro after European Central Bank (ECB) president Mario Draghi signalled potential changes to its bond buying ...

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UK will survive without a trade deal: British Cabinet Minister

The UK "can of course survive" without securing a trade deal with the European Union after Brexit, Cabinet minister Liam Fox said.

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Increase in numbers of Irish customers shopping online

Brexit is driving more businesses to identify themselves as 'Irish' online.

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Key agencies department leading Brexit preparations fill just 17 of 70 positions

Jobs Minister Frances Fitzgerald’s failure to fill Brexit roles, with just one in four recruited, has been criticised as firms face an “existential crisis” with ...

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ISME criticises 'unjustified' increase in minimum wage

The Irish Small & Medium Enterprises Association (ISME) is today calling on employers bodies to step down from the Low Wage Commission.

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IBEC says five months not enough time to bring in 'considerable increase' to minimum wage

The Small Firms Association has said most of its members plan to give pay rises this year based on their ability to do so, after the Government raised the minimum ...

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Daimler recalls three million Mercedes cars across Europe over toxic emissions

Three million Mercedes cars across Europe are being recalled over concerns about toxic emissions.

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High Court hears application to wind up Irish Asphalt Ltd

An application to wind up Irish Asphalt Ltd has opened before the High Court.

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Samsung to recover gold from recalled Galaxy Note 7 smartphones

Samsung plans to recover gold and other metals and components from recalled Galaxy Note 7 smartphones to reduce waste.

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Brexit already making London's economy 'wobble', says think tank

Brexit is already causing a "wobble" in London's economy, according to new analysis from an independent think tank.

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Dublin among top five cities in world experiencing retail rental growth

Dublin was one of the EMEA cities to experience a higher than average increase in high street retail rents in the year to the end of Q1 2017

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Bord na Mona announces plan to invest €1.2bn in next 13 years

Bord na Mona has announced plans to invest €1.2bn over the next 13 years in the company.

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China's economic growth holds steady despite slowdown fears

China's economic growth held steady in the latest quarter, boosted by trade and consumer spending, despite concerns about a possible impending slowdown.

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China's economic growth holds steady despite slowdown fears

China's economic growth held steady in the latest quarter, boosted by trade and consumer spending, despite concerns about a possible impending slowdown.

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Labour may seek to keep Britain in European single market

A Labour government could seek to remain in the European single market after Britain has left the EU, a member of Jeremy Corbyn’s shadow cabinet has said.

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Fuel prices drop for fourth month in a row, AA finds

Petrol and diesel prices have dropped for the fourth successive month, according to AA Ireland.

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