A JUDGE in the US state of Delaware has ruled that executives from Brazilian meat giant JBS and its American subsidiary Pilgrim's Pride must face trial over a shareholder lawsuit questioning the acquisition of Northern Ireland's largest company Moy Park nearly two years ago.
HOUSE prices increased at their slowest annual pace in nearly six years in January as property values tumbled in London but increased relatively strongly in UK regions including Northern Ireland, official figures show.
SAINSBURY'S has claimed there are serious flaws with the competition watchdog's report into its £12 billion merger with Asda and argued that it will deliver massive savings for shoppers as the deal hangs in the balance.
ORGANISATIONS from the tourism and hospitality, advanced manufacturing, housing, voluntary and public sectors across the island of Ireland have been recognised at the Best Performing Companies conference and awards held at Titanic Belfast Organised by the Centre for Competitiveness, the awards - which were supported by Balcas, Belfast Harbour, Bombardier, FastHouse, NI Electricity Networks and Tourism NI - recognised the excellence at the heart of the 17 winning organisations.
THE Rural Development Council (RDC), which provides a range of development, support and training services for individuals, farmers, farm families and rural communities, is to shut at the end of March because of a £3 million pensions deficit and the ongoing political stalemate in the north.