DUBLIN (Reuters) - Three years after going cap in hand to international lenders, Ireland has officially ended its bailout, providing a landmark for euro zone efforts to resolve its debt crisis, its finance minister said on Friday.
British Gas owner Centrica is in line to take over the energy supply arm of Ireland's state-owned Bord Gais as part of a �1bn deal.
Ministers should consider building the planned high-speed railway from the North southwards at the same time as lines are laid from London to Birmingham, according to an influential committee of MPs.
The Co-operative Group is still more trusted than most banks, shops and finance firms, according to the man brought in to clean-up its image.
It's a good job Mike Ashley doesn't run Sports Direct but leaves it in the capable hands of chief executive Dave Forsey. Otherwise, it could end up like Ashley's Newcastle United, where journalists are regularly banned for asking difficult questions, and will ...