Royal Bank of Scotland will cut 1,400 jobs over the next two years in a restructuring of its retail head office in Britain, the part-nationalised bank said on Thursday.
In a statement, the chief executive of RBS's UK retail bu
Burgers containing horse DNA have been discovered at a second major plant in Ireland, the country's agriculture department said on Monday, again pointing the finger at Poland as the country of origin for the raw materials.
Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates, will increase capacity on its Dublin flights, deploying a Boeing 777-300ER on the route from July 2.
The B777-300ER offers Etihad Airways’ new Pearl Business
Royal Jordanian, the Kingdom's national carrier, said two more single-aisle Airbus aircraft - A321 and A320 - have joined its fleet in line with its expansion programme.
This comes as part of the agreement with the Dublin-based lessor
Leading telecom giant Alcatel Lucent said it has signed a global original equipment manufacturer (OEM) agreement with Tribold, a leading provider of enterprise product management software developed for communication service providers.
Airbus blamed a combination of manufacturing and design flaws for wing cracks on its A380 superjumbo but said it had found a simple solution to the problem, easing concerns among analysts who had feared the issue could dog the European plane-maker
Dubai carrier Emirates has announced plans to start daily flights to Dublin from January next year, thus marking its first route to Ireland.
The daily service, starting from January 9 will leave Dubai at 7am and arrive in the Irish capital
The Irish army blew up a makeshift bomb found in a bus outside Dublin ahead of a historic visit by Britain's Queen Elizabeth on Tuesday, amid the biggest security operation ever mounted by the state.
The Queen's visit, the first by
Allied Irish Bank (AIB) aimed to put the 'collective madness' of a homegrown property bubble behind it with an annual loss of 10.4 billion euros ($15 billion) and a plan to axe over 2,000 jobs.
A former stock market darling with in
Ireland disclosed a mammoth "final" price tag of nearly 40 billion euros ($54.33 billion) on Thursday for bailing out its distressed banks and said it would have to make more drastic budget savings.
As markets contemplated Dublin's ever gr