Friday, March 22, 2019

Ferske tall: Rema 1000 vokser igjen etter marerittåret

Etter et tøft 2017 viser Rema på nytt muskler i dagligvaremarkedet. Det er ferske tall fra Nielsen som viser at Rema 1000 hadde en vekst i markedsandel på 0,4 prosentpoeng de første...

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US wants a fair trade deal, Trump tells EU leaders Donald Trump met European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker at the White House. European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker meets Donald Trump (Evan Vucci/AP) US President...

Facebook denies seeking users’ bank data

Facebook has denied reports that it is actively asking banks for details of users' financial transactions. The statement follows a story in the Wall Street Journal that said the social media giant...

Let’s get this doomed show on the road

Let's get this doomed show on the road We're stuck with the Super 8 so the least we can do is take the games out of Croke Park Rory Beggan of Monaghan kicks...

Oil prices edge up, but set for weekly loss on stock build, trade row

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Oil prices nudged higher on Friday on signs of surging demand in China, the world’s second-biggest oil user, though prices are set to fall for a second week...

TV chef Nick Nairn blames oil slump for Aberdeen pizza bar closure

TV chef Nick Nairn blames oil slump for Aberdeen pizza bar closure The celebrity chef said he had taken the decision to close Nick’s Pizza Bar ‘with regret’. The closure of the cook...

Business Irish

Richard Curran: Get a whistleblower to chair the new banking culture board Former Barings rogue trader Nick Leeson, whose actions brought down the bank. Photo: David Conachy The culture police are coming to...

Interested in alternative energy sources on your farm?

Interested in alternative energy sources on your farm? The event takes place on Tuesday, 21 August at Gurteen Agricultural College in Co Tipperary. Next month Teagasc will host an open day on renewable...

Old town, new opportunities, for exporters to central Europe

Old town, new opportunities, for exporters to central Europe According to EY'S Attractiveness Survey 2017, Central Europe attracted nearly half of Europe's industrial investment projects in 2016. Its strengths are its geographical...

There is risk ahead, but let’s enjoy the good news while we still have...

There is risk ahead, but let's enjoy the good news while we still have it Some unprecedented uncertainties have had only limited effects on a still thriving Irish economy, writes Dan O'Brien GOING...

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The most popular grocery items in NZ

Be it in-store or online, competition is as keen as ever among supermarkets looking to attract shoppers, with product pricing and promotion playing a...

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