07:44 Newry-based First Derivatives, which sells software and provides consulting to the financial services industry, has reported a 22.5% rise in revenue to £56.5m over the past 12 months.
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Tim Cook is going to unveil Apple's product slate for 2013 on June 10. Niall Kitson examines the main areas of speculation.
At the G8 Summit in Co Fermanagh British Prime Minister David Cameron has announced plans for what he said could be "the biggest bilateral trade deal in history" between the EU and the US.
An unpublished bailout report by the European Commission has attacked the Government's slow progress on key reforms.
Irish pensions are experiencing a "lot of problems", according to the chief executive of The Pensions Board.
Printing specialist IBS, owned by Xerox, is to expand its operations with the creation of 90 skilled jobs.
A spokesperson for Diageo has rejected suggestions the company will scale down its operations in Ireland if drink companies are banned from advertising at big sporting events.
There has been a significant rise in confidence amongst companies operating in the country's domestic sector, according to IBEC's latest Business Sentiment Survey.
Elan shareholders have approved a share repurchase programme at an extraordinary general meeting in Dublin.
G8 leaders have said that world economic prospects remained weak even though risks have lessened due partly to policy action taken in the US, the eurozone and Japan.
Shareholders in Independent News and Media have approved the sale of the company's South African unit and approved the allotment of new shares for the company's restructuring.
A High Court challenge by Aer Lingus against a ruling by the Irish Takeover Panel is to be heard by the fast track Commercial Court.
Many investors have lost trust in companies' annual reports, according to research from the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants.
Brian Finn talks to Chartered Accountants Ireland's Brian Keegan about the G8 tax talks and their importance to Ireland
Brian Finn has more on the latest stock market movements, Matthew Elderfield's PAC appearance and CSO inflation figures
Peter O'Brien of Diageo defends his company's sponsorship of Irish sporting events
Robert Shortt looks at the arguments around designing a new global corporation tax system
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Economics Correspondent Sean Whelan examines the latest - and ninth - review of the country's bailout programme.