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  Only 10 people have applied for Obama-era visa supposed to draw thousands
  The DAA is confident that Cork Airport can maintain transatlantic services for the forseeable future, despite Norwegian Air downsizing its long-haul services.
  The financial adviser who did the hard spade work from 2009 uncovering the industry-wide tracker mortgage scandal says the tally of wronged customers will reach over 40,000 but that only a...
  State agency says it expects to buy back more bonds ahead of due date ‘subject to price’
  Bookmaker’s share price slumps on reports of possible cut in UK limit from £100 to £2
  Monaghan-based co-op seeks merger as speculation over its financial health mounts
  Last year Theresa May fought a general election on a platform of “strong and stable government”...and ended up infinitely weaker than when she started...
  Giancarlo calls his plan to relax derivatives regulation a ‘software upgrade’
  Cubeyou denies that data collected through quizzes on the social media site was misused for marketing.
  Massive changes to the way Yorkshire Water supplies its domestic and business customers are to be instituted as the firm attempts to meet the challenge of providing water...
  BEIJING/SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China is considering cutting the import duty on passenger cars by about half as part of the country's plan to further...
  FANDUEL cofounder Lesley Eccles is gearing up to launch a new technology start-up that, like FanDuel, will have a presence on both sides of the Atlantic.
  SEOUL (Reuters) - Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said weakness in the global smartphone market would slow earnings growth, as it reported record...
  Tech Tools: perfect for photos, video, live broadcasting and VR content creation
  Lawyers from the Leeds office of national law firm Shoosmiths will be rubbing shoulders with record producers and composers today at the annual Music Week Awards.
  Tech Tools: Perk band delivers your caffeine hits without any need to drink from a cup
  SCOTTISH corporate insolvencies in the first quarter were up by 67 per cent on the same period of last year, official figures have revealed.
  SCOTMID chief executive John Brodie has declared the Edinburgh-based co-operative had to battle through an “avalanche of cost challenges” as profits dipped in its most recent financial...
  THE Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) has urged the owner of Bank of Scotland to halt its controversial branch closure programme, after the institution unveiled a 23 per...
  NOT for the first time, one of the UK’s biggest banks is facing pressure to call a halt to its latest branch closure plans.
  Four in five Irish firms surveyed see artificial intelligence being deployed within two years
  ROBERT Arnott saw the total value of the pay he received from Hurricane Energy almost triple last year after resigning as chairman in November following a...
  TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese automakers that rely heavily on exports to sell their models in the United States would be hardest hit by trade...
  Fall in eurozone periphery spreads over Bunds indicates investors’ improving outlook
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