Wednesday July 01, 2015
An Austrian student's legal battle against Facebook, accusing it of helping the US security service to collect personal data, suffered a setback after a Vienna court rejected his case on procedural grounds, both sides have said.
Tuesday June 30, 2015
Inflation in the euro zone slowed to 0.2% in June, with consumer prices rising just slightly in Europe despite unprecedented stimulus measures by the ECB.
Monday June 15, 2015
The multimillionaire wife of bankrupt property developer Seán Dunne planned to use the money from the sale of a €19 million South Africa hotel to pay for a €7 million property in the UK, a Cape Town court was told.
Friday June 12, 2015
A round-up of other Irish and international news stories
Tuesday June 02, 2015
Consumer confidence is back on an upward trajectory according to a new report from the Marketing Institute and University College Dublin's Smurfit Business School
Monday June 01, 2015
Google has increased privacy controls for users and rolled out a website that answers frequently asked questions in response to increasing concern over how the search giant collects and uses its massive amounts of data.
Tuesday April 14, 2015
World oil prices rose further today on forecasts that US shale oil production will decline and hopes the Chinese government will roll out a stimulus package for the slowing economy.
Thursday April 09, 2015
Facebook has presented a long list of procedural objections to an Austrian court trying to halt a class action lawsuit for 25,000 users that accuses the social media giant of violating their privacy.
Tuesday March 31, 2015
Deflation in the euro zone persisted in March but the rate of decline slowed, new figures from Eurostat show.
Friday March 13, 2015
World oil prices sank today after the International Energy Agency warned over the price outlook amid bulging global supplies.