The Bank of England's policymakers remain divided on whether to provide more stimulus to the flat-lining economy.
British soft drinks maker Britvic today announced plans to cut costs and expand in India.
Trading on the Nasdaq stock exchange will be opened for the first time from Ireland on 30 October.
Boeing Co is 90% finished with retrofits of the battery system on its 787 Dreamliner, Ray Conner, president of the company's commercial airplane division, has told an investor conference.
Japan's central bank said the world's third-biggest economy is "picking up" as demand recovers in other countries and remains resilient at home.
RTÉ Director General Noel Curran has outlined to the Oireachtas Communications Committee the savings achieved through the restructuring of the organisation.
Fastnet Oil and Gas has said there could be a significant amount of oil in the Celtic Sea, immediately below the Kinsale gas field.
Some electricity consumers in the North are facing an 18% increase in charges.
Aer Arann has said it will create 50 jobs over the next 12 months and wants to double its passenger numbers to two million a year over the next five years.
Coras Iompar Éireann would have incurred a deficit of €45m last year if it had not received emergency assistance from Government and sold assets, its annual report for 2012 has disclosed.
Apple has confirmed that two of its Irish subsidiaries pay approximately 2% in tax, however the company rejected claims that its Irish operation was used to avoid liabilities in the US.
While the mechanics of Apple's international tax strategy - in which Ireland plays a key role - is a little clearer following CEO Tim Cook's appearance before a US Senate hearing, the rights and wrongs of it are still hotly contested.