Britain's number four supermarket Wm Morrisons has agreed a long term deal with online grocer Ocado to enable Morrisons.com to start grocery deliveries to customers by January.
The price of oil rose to near $96 a barrel today ahead of the release of Conference Board's index of leading indicators for the US economy.
Mike Jeffries - the boss of clothing brands Abercrombie & Fitch and Hollister - has been accused of discriminating against the overweight by making clothes only for the thin.
The Companies Bill and measures pushed by the Irish presidency of the European Union will create "a compliance culture rather than a catch-them-out culture", according to Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton.
Service solutions provider Capita has announced it will create 800 jobs in Ireland over the next three years.
The Economic and Social Research Institute has said it is likely that growth in output and employment will continue this year and next.
Google has been challenged by British MPs over the way it reports its income for tax.
The owner of The Irish Examiner and Evening Echo newspapers has been ordered to vacate its offices on Lapps Quay in Cork city.
The National Treasury Management Agency has today completed an auction of Treasury Bills, selling the target amount of €500m.
A review of Ireland's bailout programme by an influential think tank has warned that a deepening of the eurozone recession could be a "central problem" for Ireland's full return to the financial markets.
Food group Glanbia has said that the overall group is performing to expectations so far this year.
KBC Bank Ireland has reported a first quarter after-tax loss of €77m compared with a loss of €148m the same time last year.