The EU is threatening new legal action against the U.K. over differences on their post-Brexit arrangements.
Bank of Ireland limited its underlying 2020 loss to 374 million euros ($452 million) after a return to profitability in the second half, the bank said.
Some experts have called for a "zero Covid" strategy, advocating for very strict lockdowns.
"I would be open to advocating for modest extensions of grace periods," Coveney told Ireland's RTE Radio.
The European Union has abruptly reversed a plan to implement emergency Brexit measures after it sent shockwaves through Northern Ireland, London and Dublin.
When it comes to rolling out coronavirus vaccines, the Irish prime minister told CNBC: "It was always inevitable that there would be bumps along the way."
Mulvaney, President Trump's former chief of staff, told CNBC he has resigned as special U.S. envoy to Northern Ireland.
Happiness in America is plummeting. But can learning an "untranslatable word" in a foreign language make you happier? It just might.
Northwell Health CEO Michael Dowling talks to CNBC Make It about how he went from extreme poverty to the C-suite and other challenges.
Mick Mulvaney's hedge fund is accepting at least $1 million from individual investors. The fund is raising money from high-net-worth individuals.
The White House is considering rescinding entry bans for most non-U.S. citizens who recently were in Brazil, Britain, Ireland and 26 other European countries.
There has to be a breakthrough this week in talks for a post-Brexit trade agreement, British and Irish ministers said ahead of the Dec. 31 deadline.
TikTok announced Wednesday that it's planning to hire at least 200 people in Ireland over the next three months.
With Brexit negotiations entering a crucial phase this week, Democrat Joe Biden's projected U.S. presidential win will be adding a new dimension to the talks.
Denmark's State Serum Institute has warned the mutant virus could have potentially "serious consequences" for a future Covid-19 vaccine.
A new variant of the coronavirus, identified as 20A.EU1 by researchers from Switzerland and Spain, was first observed in Spain in June.
Trade and tax are among the areas to watch, in terms of Ireland's economic relationship with the U.S. if Democratic candidate Joe Biden wins the presidential election.
Europe is seeing a second wave of coronavirus infections. The U.K., France and Spain have seen a sharp rise in cases since late August and early September. Italy and Germany are now seeing numbers starting to pick up dramatically, and have around 449,000 and 398,000 confirmed infections, respectively.
Ryanair is to cut its planned winter capacity by a third due to a wave of travel restrictions imposed by European governments, the airline said on Thursday.
The Irish government has presented a budget that it calls the "largest in the history of the state" as it faces down the twin threats of coronavirus and Brexit.