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Car or integrated solution for your mobility?

Trevor Bingham
EVEN 30 years ago, long after the first mass produced car and in the days of the likes of the box Vauxhall Viva or the Mark 1 Ford Escort Mexico, it was seats, the steering wheel and if you were lucky, a stereo.

Call for entries to prestigious Women in Business Awards

WOMEN in Business are urging innovative and entrepreneurial business women from across the north to submit their entries by the October 2 deadline for the seventh running of the organisation's prestigious awards initiative.

High yield – high performance?

Jonathan Sloan
HIGH yield bonds are fixed income securities with a lower credit rating than investment grade corporate bonds or Treasuries.

Newry waste management firm announces £2m expansion

Gary McDonald
WASTE management giant Re-Gen Waste, one of Europe’s most advanced material recovery facilities, is spending £2 million to expand the paper recycling lines at its Newry headquarters to enable it to target markets like China, effectively helping 'Brexit-proof' the border company.

Artificial intelligence is here to stay

Claire Aiken
IT’S funny how people can get something into their head that is incorrect, and no matter what conventional wisdom says or common-sense dictates, they simply cannot shift from it.

Bangor’s Royal Hotel in £3m rebirth

BANGOR’S iconic Royal Hotel building, which has been derelict for four years, has been bought by Northern Ireland development and regeneration company Expedia Capital, who plan to turn it into 21 high quality apartments with four ground floor restaurant units.

Business leaders say no to direct rule

Gareth McKeown
THREE of the north's leading business organisations have said direct rule must be avoided and re-iterated calls for our local politicians to reach an agreement.

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