Apple: 17,000 Irish jobs linked to creation of iPhone and iPad apps here

Apple: 17,000 Irish jobs linked to creation of iPhone and iPad apps here Ireland is the 19th largest ‘iOS app economy’ in Europe iPhone and iPad Apple says that there are now 17,000 jobs directly related to...

Global stash of foreign currency holdings is dominated by Asia

Global stash of foreign currency holdings is dominated by Asia China dominates in holding far more foreign currency reserves than any other nation, with the Asian economic powerhouse in possession of around $3.1trn in reserves. A...

US tariffs on Chinese imports escalate trade dispute

US tariffs on Chinese imports escalate trade dispute China’s government responded quickly by announcing it will immediately impose penalties of ‘equal strength’ on US products. China has said that it will retaliate (Andy Wong/AP) The Trump administration...

90-bed project ‘scrapped’

90-bed project 'scrapped' Labour senator Ged Nash has branded a 'u turn' by the government in developing a new 90-bed facility at St Mary's on the Dublin Road as 'nothing short of a disgrace.' He has...

China wasn’t invited to Singapore summit – but got everything it wanted

China wasn't invited to Singapore summit - but got everything it wanted Chinese President Xi Jinping wasn’t invited to the Singapore summit but will have been pleased with its outcome Not so long ago, China was...

Four Cork credit unions join forces to ‘cultivate’ a special loan package for local...

Four Cork credit unions join forces to 'cultivate' a special loan package for local farmers (Stock picture)Ear to the Ground presenter Darragh McCullough will launch the ‘Cultivate’ scheme at the Corrin Marts Complex next Tuesday Four...

President hits back at ‘punch-drunk’ De Niro after ‘F-bomb’

President hits back at 'punch-drunk' De Niro after 'F-bomb' Oscar-winner Robert De Niro launches his attack at the Tonys. Photo: Michael Zorn/Invision/AP Donald Trump has hit back at Robert De Niro, calling him a "very low...

Government urged to make up €1.5m shortfall in Briery Gap funding

Government urged to make up €1.5m shortfall in Briery Gap funding Cost of refurbishment works at the Macroom centre has shot up to €4 million Smoke billowing from the front of the Briery Gap during the...

Kim offered assurances in bid to secure peace

Kim offered assurances in bid to secure peace North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-un visits The Marina Bay Sands hotel in Singapore yesterday. Photos: REUTERS/Edgar Su Donald Trump yesterday was preparing to tell Kim Jong-un he would...

Bullish Leo throws down the gauntlet to pretenders

Bullish Leo throws down the gauntlet to pretenders With an end in sight to the housing crisis, Varadkar is getting increasingly confident Bring it on: Does Taoiseach Leo Varadkar have ballot-box gold? Photo: Mark Condren The takeaway...

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