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Of Kennedy Wilson Europe's £2.88bn in portfolio assets, 31pc are held in Ireland, with most of those in Dublin
 
€1bn worth of Irish property assets in Kennedy Wilson discounted takeover deal Kennedy Wilson Europe, which owns a €1bn chunk of mostly commercial property in Ireland such as the Portmarnock Hotel and Golf Links, is to merge with its US sister company, Kennedy Wilson Inc to create a $4bn (€3.7bn) global property-investment giant.
 
 
 
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Airlines for Europe (A4E) members include Ryanair and Aer Lingus owner IAG   Airline body questions state role as airport owner and regulator John Mulligan There's no reason why airports such as Dublin's should continue to be state-owned, especially when governments have a vested interest in them through the receipt of dividends from the facilities, according to the chief executive of lobbying giant Airlines for Europe.
 
 
Declan Collier is to step down   Ex-DAA boss to quit as London City CEO John Mulligan THE former CEO of Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) is stepping down from his role as boss of London City Airport.
 
 

Gordon Deegan: Green light for €50m D4 apartments plan Dublin City Council has given a company backed by billionaire businessman Denis O'Brien the go-ahead for a €50m luxury apartment plan in Donnybrook, despite concerns from two groups of D4 residents.
 
 
Sean Duffy: Providence agrees CHC helicopter deal Helicopter group CHC will provide transport services to offshore drilling operations for Irish oil and gas exploration company Providence Resources under a new contract.
 
 
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Aminex said the estimates cover the Ntorya appraisal area only and do not include the potential of the adjoining exploration acreage. File image   Aminex shares up on gas estimate Sean Duffy Shares in Irish oil and gas exploration company Aminex rose 10pc yesterday following the news that the company has trebled the amount of gas estimated to be at a site it controls in Tanzania.
 
 
Airlines for Europe (A4E) members include Ryanair and Aer Lingus owner IAG   Airline body questions state role as airport owner and regulator John Mulligan There's no reason why airports such as Dublin's should continue to be state-owned, especially when governments have a vested interest in them through the receipt of dividends from the facilities, according to the chief executive of lobbying giant Airlines for Europe.
 
 
Alice Baghdjian: Cement giant CEO quits after Syria rebels bribe probe The CEO of the world's biggest cement company has resigned after two years at the helm amid a probe into operations in war-torn Syria.
 
 
Sean Duffy: US retail chief to speak at expo Retail Excellence Ireland is to host its sixth annual expo at Croke Park next month.
 
 
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Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE)   France leads way as Macron lifts markets Agencies European shares and the euro jumped on Monday with banking stocks surging after centrist Emmanuel Macron came out on top in the first round of France's presidential election.
 
 
Declan Collier is to step down   Ex-DAA boss to quit as London City CEO John Mulligan THE former CEO of Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) is stepping down from his role as boss of London City Airport.
 
 
Michael Nienaber: German business confidence highest in six years German business morale brightened more than expected in April, hitting its highest in nearly six years, suggesting Europe's largest economy is set to carry its robust upswing into the second quarter of this year.
 
 
Donal O'Donovan: Hopes raised Trump may scrap border tax which would hit Ireland US President Donald Trump is due to unveil a tax plan tomorrow - but it now seems unlikely he'll include a border-adjusted tax that House Speaker Paul Ryan has proposed, a senior administration official has said.
 
 
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Picture posed   SME office culture top with workers Ellie Donnelly Almost 70pc of Irish workers would like to work in a small to medium-size enterprise (SME) or a startup, research has found - with respondents believing that startups and SMEs offer the best office culture.
 
 
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Of Kennedy Wilson Europe's £2.88bn in portfolio assets, 31pc are held in Ireland, with most of those in Dublin   €1bn worth of Irish property assets in Kennedy Wilson discounted takeover deal John Mulligan Kennedy Wilson Europe, which owns a €1bn chunk of mostly commercial property in Ireland such as the Portmarnock Hotel and Golf Links, is to merge with its US sister company, Kennedy Wilson Inc to create a $4bn (€3.7bn) global property-investment giant.
 
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