Ireland

Here are 10 top Ireland-based public companies with shares that are traded in the United States that may be worth putting on a watchlist.
Now there is Hurricane Ophelia, but what makes it unusual is where the current storm path is headed — Ireland. But just how ready is Ireland for a hurricane?
24/7 Wall St. has decided to look at the economic impact that will be felt from St. Patrick's Day this year.
According to Merrill Lynch, Apple and Ireland are expected to appeal the ruling, that could take years to be resolved, and no immediate financial impact is expected.
With the Brexit Vote only adding that much more uncertainty, the reality is setting in that this could spell long-term trouble for the European Union. Britain never did share its currency, but they...
Source: ThinkstockMany investors, economists and people in general have watched the longstanding woes in Europe. The people inside Europe have lived through these woes as well, and some nations know...
With 10-year bond yields under 2% for much of the eurozone, and with inflation sliding into deflation, it is impossible to not notice when the ratings agencies actually upgrade a European nation.
Source: thinkstockThe woes of Europe are supposed to be abating, at least somewhat. That is certainly supposed to be the case in the lands of the PIIGS — Portugal, Ireland, Italy, Greece and Spain....
Research firm GfK reports that brand loyalty to Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) is much higher than to other wireless products (Reuters)AT&T (NYSE: T) began to ready itself for the probable end of its merger...
China eased restrictions on US companies to give them access to supply the People’s Republic services and to sell mutual funds. (Reuters)Toyota’s (NYSE: TM) operating profit dropped 52% in the...
The Greek government has begun to float the trial balloon of a lengthened period over which it repays its 110 billion euro bailout loans. Greek Finance Minister Georges Papaconstantinou once again...
The head of the opposition in Portugal, Pedro Passos Coelho, wants a seat at the table when his country negotiates with the EU and IMF about a bailout which could total $114 billion. The...
Facebook may hire the former White House press secretary Gibbs (Reuters)Wal-Mart (NYSE: WMT) will reopen stores it had to shutter in Japan (Reuters)Jobs may be the lagging indicator for a recovery...
Minority parties within the Portuguese government have rejected an austerity program proposed by Prime Minister Jose Socrates. He stepped down. As MarketWatch pointed out, the incentives for...
CNBC points out that polls in Greece show an increase in an “I Don’t Pay” movement.Greek citizens cannot do much anytime soon about government expenditure cuts. They may eventually vote out the...