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Tuesday 19 September 2017
 
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One of Northern Ireland's biggest employers, Bombardier is facing a challenge by airline rival Boeing over the sale of up to 125 C Series jets to US carrier Delta
 
Bombardier deal collapse 'would hit Northern Ireland aerospace' The potential collapse of a multi-billion pound Bombardier aircraft deal to the US amid a transatlantic trade war could have a drastic effect on a network of firms working in the sector here, it's been claimed.
 
 
 
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Toys R Us Stock   Toys R Us in Northern Ireland not affected by US protective bankruptcy Toys R Us has confirmed that its Northern Irish operation will be not be affected by the its filing for protective bankruptcy in the United States and Canada.
 
 
What the new Marks and Spencer store at Craigavon could look like   New M&S store set to create 80 jobs at former B&Q site By John Mulgrew A new Marks and Spencer store in Co Armagh will create 80 new jobs and a further 100 during its construction, as it takes over part of a former B&Q site.
 
 
McMullen Facades, based in Moira, has landed the deal with Canary Wharf Contractors which will see its team deliver a bay window system to be manufactured at the company's facility in Portadown   Moira glass firm secures £18m deal for London scheme By Mark Edwards A Co Down glass business has secured an £18m contract to deliver the glazed facade for a 30-storey residential tower that will form part of the new Southbank Place scheme in London.
 
 
Ulster Bank’s Claire McKeown, with Adrian McNally of Titanic Hotel, Gordon Davidson of Ulster Bank, and James Eyre of Titanic Hotel   Luxury Titanic Hotel 'will boost Belfast’s economy' By Mark Edwards The newly opened Titanic Hotel in Belfast will provide a “significant boost” to the city’s economy, according to Ulster Bank. The bank provided development funding for the 119-bedroom luxury hotel which opened for business on September 10.
 
 
 
 
 
Apple CEO Tim Cook shows the new Apple Watch Series 3 product at the Steve Jobs Theatre   The iPhone X boasts an array of features... but be prepared to pay the price for the privilege of owning it Apple has broadened its range of iPhones with a new elite model, the iPhone X, and a price cut for the entry-level iPhone SE.
 
 
What the Royal Hotel in Bangor could look like when completed   Co Down hotel popular with Van Morrison to become apartments By John Mulgrew A once thriving Co Down hotel which hosted stars such as Van Morrison is being given a new lease of life amid a £3m plan to revamp the building.
 
 
Project: Joseph Doherty   Co Down waste management firm creating 12 jobs as part of £9m investment in Newry By John Mulgrew A Co Down waste management firm is creating around a dozen jobs with a new £9m investment in its plant.
 
 
Head chef and director of Brunel’s, Paul Cunningham, with newly appointed co-director and general manager, Fiona Davey   Eaterie to move to new premises and create more jobs By Emma Deighan Brunel’s restaurant in Newcastle will move to larger premises next month, creating 15 new jobs and bringing its current staff numbers to 25.
 
 
 
 
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