Farming mostly safe from artificial intelligence - says artificial intelligence
Lorcan Roche Kelly
We asked an AI chatbot if AI will replace farmers. Here's what it said.
22 March 2023 News
Tesco changing its tune after supplier backlash on new fees
The supermarket had written to suppliers in UK and Ireland about charges.
22 March 2023 News
Bad news for global banks could be good news for Irish borrowers
Ireland's two pillar banks are in a very, very different position to 2008.
Ray Ó Foghlú: the environmentalist who doesn't want to tell you what to do
Ray Ó Foghlú of the eco-system restoration charity, Hometree, outlines to Lorcan Roche Kelly his vision for how farmers, food production and forestry can co-exist.
22 March 2023 Editorial
Fonterra posts strong start to the year and updates guidance
Proposes increased cash to shareholders following disposal of South America business.
22 March 2023 News
Operating profit surges at ESB
Group dividend to the State more than doubled to €327m in 2022
22 March 2023 News
Competition decision on Dawn Meats takeover delayed
Decision postponed until after further information is received by commission.
20 March 2023 News
No, this isn't another financial crisis for Irish banks
International bank problems over the weekend have echos of 2008
20 March 2023 News
It makes little economic sense to buy land at current prices
Farmers who borrow to buy land are almost guaranteed to lose money.
18 March 2023 News
Dunbia's Cornwall purchase adds to lamb power in UK
Dawn still waiting on ruling from CCPC on Irish expansion.
15 March 2023 News
Annual reports show the answer to how much a CEO is worth is: It depends
Reports from Glanbia, Kerry and FBD reveal seven-figure pay awards.
15 March 2023 News
Price worries continue well after the panic has passed
The ECB is meeting today and they will have no good news for borrowers
15 March 2023 News