Month: May 2018

‘There’s no reason we can’t be the Airbnb of the wellness world’ Corporate health has gone mainstream, creating an opportunity for an Irish company that grew up servicing big...

Pence: Turkey faces US sanctions unless pastor is freed Andrew Craig Brunson has been held on terrorism and spying charges. Andrew Craig Brunson, an evangelical pastor, has been detained...

Successful test flight for Virgin Galactic’s space tourism rocket It was the third such voyage for VSS Unity. Handout photo issued by Virgin Galactic of the Virgin Spaceship Unity...

The unlikely story of the badger who fell off a cliff and was rescued on a kayak A tale worthy of a Hollywood script. A badger on the beach...

Lone Star and Elliott lead PTSB sale field Former Citi MD Ruth Wandhöfer will join the PTSB board on October 30 US-based buyout group Lone Star and US hedge...

Apple Watch, FitBit and Sonos speakers could be hit by latest US tariffs Fitness tracker The latest round of US tariffs on $200bn of Chinese goods could hit the...

Flattered with Déise link but it wasn’t a runner It looks like Pat Ryan, pictured, is the man to succeed Derek McGrath. Photo: Sportsfile The rumours have finally been...

Kerrygold butter facing law suit over ‘grass-fed’ claims Kerrygold had worldwide sales of €900m last year, with 20pc growth in the US. Stock Image Kerrygold, Ireland’s leading butter brand,...

Bomber kills dozens as Pakistan votes for new parliament More than 30 people died in the attack. Election staff empty ballot boxes in Islamabad (Anjum Naveed/AP) Pakistanis have voted...

Ronaldo to pay fine for tax fraud in deal with Spanish authorities The footballer had already reached a tentative deal with the state prosecutor’s office. Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo has...

The one ingredient missing for Galway to challenge the Dubs: Peter Canavan’s Super 8s rankings Dublin’s Brian Howard, making a break as James McCarthy is knocked over by Tyrone’s...

Trump better have an appetite for humble pie The Observer from 50 years ago How does the old saying go again: the more things change, the more they stay...