New laws have come in to effect that allow SMEs to chase outstanding debts in other EU states.

GoldenEye: Can you name all 18 levels from the N64 classic in our fiendishly difficult quiz?

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HSBC set to move 1,000 jobs from London to Paris over UK's departure from single market

The boss of HSBC has said the bank is on course to move 1,000 jobs from its London business to Paris after British Prime Minister Theresa May confirmed Britain will ...

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Minister asks Broadcasting Authority of Ireland to review proposed media merger

The Communications Minister Denis Naughten has asked the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland to carry out a review of a proposed media merger being led by Denis O'Brien. ...

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So, this is Vine Camera

Twitter’s replacement for the Vine app is now live.

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Theresa May hits back at Jeremy Corbyn over Single Market: I've got a plan, he does not have a clue

Theresa May has accused Jeremy Corbyn of "not having a clue" over Brexit as she faced pressure to reveal if Britain will pay for single market access.

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UK suggests economic body to help tackle tax evasion along Irish border after Brexit

An inter-governmental economic organisation could help tackle tax evasion across the Irish border following Brexit, the UK's Treasury has suggested.

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Google Maps could soon begin showing parking information

The app is testing offering parking tips as part of its navigation feature.

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Employment Monitor sees major drop in professional job opportunities in December

Professional job opportunities decreased in December, according to the Morgan McKinley Monthly Employment Monitor.

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US technology company to bring 120 jobs to Ireland

A US-based technology company has announced its plans to create up to 120 jobs in Ireland.

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Online wellness service raises €8m, may create 65 more jobs

Irish company SilverCloud has raised more than €8m for its online wellness services.

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Farmers seek subsidies after rain washed out their crops

Farmers who had a poor harvest last year are calling on the Government to make subsidies available to make up for lost income.

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Bank stocks pull Dow Jones to third consecutive loss

A bad day for bank stocks pulled the Dow Jones industrial average to its third straight loss on Tuesday as many of the patterns that have propelled markets since ...

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Sterling soars but FTSE stumbles after Theresa May's Brexit speech

The pound soared nearly 3% while £27 billion was wiped off the FTSE 100, after British Prime Minister Theresa May used a major speech to detail priorities ahead ...

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Live video has arrived on Instagram in the UK

Users can now broadcast and watch live content from with the Stories section of the app.

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Airbus wants to have a prototype flying car ready to test by the end of this year

The company’s Silicon valley branch is working on helicopter-inspired transport for single passengers.

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Data reveals that most of the North's exports went to the EU in 2016

More than half of Northern Ireland's exports went to the EU last year, economic data said.

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IFA sees Brexit as the biggest threat to Irish farmers in 50 years

Brexit is the biggest threat to the farming sector in half a century, according to the Irish Farmers Association.

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Pound soars as Theresa May outlines Brexit vision

The pound has soared as British Prime Minister Theresa May outlined her vision for how Britain should divorce from the European Union.

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Apple is raising App Store prices in the UK

Prices will rise as much as 25% for iPhone and iPad apps.

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Irish tech company signs €1m distribution deal with Siemens PLM Software

Seabrook Technology Group has been appointed as the new main distributor of Siemens Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) software for the Irish manufacturing sector.

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No winners in global trade war, Chinese President warns

China has warned that no one will emerge a winner in a global trade war.

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Over half of Irish grocery shoppers buy 'whatever is on promotion'

More than half (51%) of Irish grocery shoppers buy 'whatever brand is on promotion' when grocery shopping, according to a new survey.

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Today is the last day you can download and save your Vines from the app

The app will be replaced by Vine Camera on January 17 and mobile users will no longer be able to save their personal library.

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Central Bank sells Dame Street premises for €67m

The Central Bank has sold its Dame Street premises in Dublin for around €67m.

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General Motors to announce $1bn investment

General Motors will today announce a huge investment in its factories that will create or keep around 1,000 jobs.

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Minister Halligan announces €34.5m in funding for Technology Initiative

Minister John Halligan announces €34.5M in funding for the Technology Transfer Strengthening Initiative

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200 new jobs for Galway and Dublin

Up to 200 new jobs are on the way for Galway and Dublin.

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Rolls-Royce agrees £671m payment to settle corruption claims

Rolls-Royce has agreed to pay £671 million to British, US and Brazilian authorities to settle bribery and corruption claims.

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The latest Samsung folding smartphone concept looks awesome

Images have surfaced on social media in China that show a smartphone folding out into a tablet.

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Microsoft to make it easier to work across different computers in Windows 10

A new feature is being trailed in virtual assistant Cortana.

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Nissan is to test driverless cars in the UK

The Japanese car giant is to demonstrate its autonomous technology next month.

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43 new jobs for Galway

Steeltech Sheds have announced 43 new jobs in Galway.

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Survey predicts the proportion of the workforce that will move in 2017

Not what employers want to hear…

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Index shows Irish construction ended 2016 on a high with firms 'strongly optimistic'

The Irish construction sector ended 2016 on a positive note, according to the Ulster Bank Construction Purchasing Managers’ Index.

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IBEC seeks bending of State aid rules

An IBEC group representing the food and drink sector wants EU State aid rules to be changed so the Government can financially support companies through Brexit.

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Pound slumps to three-month low against dollar after 'hard Brexit' reports

The pound slumped to its lowest point for more than three months after reports that Theresa May is heading for a "hard Brexit".

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Facebook introduces measures to tackle fake news in Germany

Facebook is introducing measures to tackle the spread of fake news in Germany, months before the country holds a national election.

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O’Brien Fine Foods to buy Faughan Foods

O’Brien Fine Foods have announced they are to buy Faughan Foods, the cooked meats division of Hogan’s Farm.

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Theresa May expected to announce UK's exit from single market this week

British Prime Minister Theresa May is expected to announce the UK will leave the single market, the customs union and European Court of Justice - unless the European ...

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Watch these lucky gamers get first dibs on Nintendo Switch

But what do they think of the new console – and the Mario Kart game?!

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Moody's agrees to pay US $864m over low-risk ratings leading up to financial crisis

The world's second-largest credit ratings agency has agreed to pay nearly $864m to settle US government and state claims that it gave inflated assessments to risky ...

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US stock indexes end mostly higher on solid bank earnings

Banks led US stock indexes mostly higher on Friday, propelling the Nasdaq composite index to its fourth record high this week.

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Everything you need to know about the first Nintendo Switch games

Super Mario, Zelda and Splatoon are all making the jump to the new system.

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Renault faces emissions probe in France

French magistrates are investigating possible fraud by carmaker Renault involving its diesel emissions controls, in the wake of the Volkswagen emissions cheating ...

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Emergency cash available, Ulster bank tells customers with delayed payments

Ulster Bank says emergency cash is available for customers whose payments have been delayed.

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Commercial property market booming with commercial rents on the rise

Commercial rents are set to rise according to a new report by Cushman & Wakefield Research.

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Giant arms, virtual cow-milking and a struggling translator: What everyone's saying about Nintendo Switch

The Switch goes on sale on March 3 – here’s why everyone is going mental for it.

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Nintendo Switch: When it will be released, what you can do with it and how much it will cost

The Switch is Nintendo’s first home video game console since the Wii U.

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