Ian Livingston is to become Minister of State for Trade and Investment in the...
19.06.2013 The Digital Masterplan for Dublin was launched today by Lord Mayor of Dublin, Naoise Ó Muirí, together with the vice president of the European Commission Neelie Kroes at an...
19.06.2013 United Nations secretary-general Ban Ki-moon has announced the appointment of Irishman Major General Michael Finn as head of mission and chief of staff of the United Nations...
Ian Livingston is to become Minister of State for Trade and Investment in the...
The bar and grill welcomed Michelle Obama and her daughters Malia and Sasha
Irish renewable energy investment firm Solar 21 plans to recruit 25 people
HP Ireland is offering on-site free skin cancer screening to its employees
More than 2,000 people from the US, Europe and Canada have already signed up
19.06.2013 The Digital Masterplan for Dublin was launched by Lord Mayor of Dublin,...
19.06.2013 An Australian company with EMEA headquarters in Cork, Minelab, has revealed...
19.06.2013 United Drug plc has appointed Brendan McAtamney as chief operating officer...
19.06.2013 Four product design students from Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) are to...
19.06.2013 Kerrygold has announced the launch of a series of videos produced to showcase...
Trinity College Dublin has become the first Irish university to sign up with FutureLearn, the UK’s multi-institutional provider of free, open, online higher education courses.
Amber Byrne and Joanne Quirke talk about their recently launched a new venture Equus Live, lessons learned and role models who have inspired them.
The Digital Masterplan for Dublin was launched today by Lord Mayor of Dublin, Naoise Ó Muirí, together with the vice president of the European Commission Neelie Kroes at an event in City Hall.
The Irish Software Engineering Research Centre Lero has announced a collaboration between practicing hospital staff and academia designed to boost the quality of patient care though improved use of software.
Chief executive of BT Retail Gavin Patterson is to succeed Ian Livingston as chief executive of BT Group as Livingstone is to become Minister of State for Trade and Investment in the UK.
HP Ireland is offering on-site free skin cancer screening to its employees with Aviva Health Insurance Ireland as part of ‘The Power of Prevention’ programme.
Four-year old Irish renewable energy investment firm Solar 21 plans to recruit 25 people between by early 2014, which will more than double its workforce to 46.
Minister of State at the Department of Health Alex White TD is leading a three-day trade mission of 21 Irish companies to Philadelphia in the US.
An Australian company with EMEA headquarters in Cork, Minelab, has revealed that a counterfeit version of one of its products with a potential market value of €1.2m has been seized by police in Dubai from an apartment operating as a makeshift ‘factory’.
United Drug plc has appointed Brendan McAtamney as chief operating officer with effect from 1 September 2013.
Ken Fitzpatrick, former CEO of the Saon Group and of Simply Zesty, has been appointed CEO of the Digital Marketing Institute.
Accounting Technicians Ireland has appointed Peter Johnson FCA as its new president for 2013/14.
Ryanair has finalised a firm order with Boeing for 175 new 737-800 aircraft in a deal worth $15.6bn at current list prices.
Four product design students from Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) are to represent Ireland in a global business competition taking place in Hong Kong.
More than 2,000 people from the US, Europe and Canada have signed up to take part in the Rock ‘n’ Roll Dublin Half Marathon, which is expected to be one of the largest official ‘Gatherings’ in Ireland.
Kerrygold has announced the launch of a series of videos produced to showcase the unique attributes of Ireland’s grass-based farming methods to consumers across international markets.
United Nations secretary-general Ban Ki-moon has announced the appointment of Irishman Major General Michael Finn as head of mission and chief of staff of the United Nations Truce Supervision Organization (UNTSO).
Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is to meet Taoiseach Enda Kenny in Dublin today for talks.
Irish and UK property investment and development company Green Property said today that it has agreed to sell One Nine Elms in London in an off-market sale to Chinese commercial property and entertainment conglomerate, Dalian Wanda Group, for an undisclosed sum.
At its EGM yesterday, Ryanair shareholders approved the airline’s plan to buy 175 Boeing 737-800 aircraft over a five year period from calendar 2014 to 2018.
The value of transactions carried out via mobile handsets and tablets will be more than US$3.2trn by 2017, up from US$1.5trn this year, according to a new report from Juniper Research.
Around 100 job vacancies at some of Ireland’s leading businesses and organisations will be on offer at the Jobs and Opportunities Expo 2013 taking place in the Kilkenny on 28 and 29 June.
The EU needs to prioritise and support digital growth and innovation so that digital competency is pervasive in all member states and across all aspects of people’s everyday lives, according to Edel Flynn, chief executive of the Digital Hub Development Agency.
Only 18 months since the site went live, UrParts.com won the gold prize for Export Startup of the Year at the Vodafone Startup Awards recently.
The global advertising market is set to grow 3.5pc in 2013, followed by 5.1pc in 2014 and 5.8pc in 2015, according to a ZenithOptimedia survey.
Except for a small number of companies, the traditional business model still remains predominant in Japan - only 63pc of Japanese companies are focusing on fewer than three business segments, compared to over 80pc in the US, France or Germany, according to a new study by Roland Berger.
Seven Irish start-up companies have been selected to pitch to Irish and international investors, angels and venture capital companies at an event hosted by the DCU Ryan Academy this Thursday (20 June).
Irish-owned online car rental platform CarTrawler has acquired the online assets of Holiday Autos from Travelocity Global for an undisclosed sum, giving it gross sales of €500m a year.
A team of legal, accounting and IT professionals has come up with a new free online service, SolveMyLegal.com, designed to help consumers find the most suitable solicitor to meet their legal needs.
Only 2pc of Irish high net worth individuals’ (HNWIs) wealth is held in business/entrepreneurial interests with most (55pc) being held in property, more than any other country globally, according to a new Barclays report.
Ellvena Graham, Ulster Bank chief operating officer and recently appointed head of Ulster Bank Northern Ireland, has won two industry awards.
Michelle Obama and her daughters, Malia and Sasha, are expected to stop off in Dalkey this afternoon for lunch in Finnegan’s pub.
A group of 60 youth ambassadors from countries hardest hit by youth unemployment – Greece, Italy, Lithuania, Portugal, Slovakia, Spain and Ireland – were invited to Dublin by Microsoft today to participate in a focused workshop that looked at a number of challenges under the title ‘Driving Digital Jobs in Europe’.
Matt the Thresher Seafood Bar & Grill welcomed Michelle Obama and her daughters Malia and Sasha yesterday evening for an early dinner after they had attended a performance of Riverdance at the Gaiety Theatre.
The National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) has announced an auction of Treasury bills on Thursday, 20 June 2013.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has completed its tenth review of Ireland as part of its troika bailout, and has disbursed the latest chunk of aid, about €0.95bn, to bring the total to about €20bn so far.
Newry-based software provider and consultancy First Derivatives has reported a 22.5pc increase in revenue to £56.5m for the 12 months to the end of February.
An Taoiseach Enda Kenny TD is confident that Ireland’s tax record will not come up in the second day of the G8 summit today in Fermanagh.
McCann Dublin said today that it has been appointed to handle the Safefood childhood overweight and obesity campaign on the island of Ireland, scheduled for launch in late September 2013.
More than three quarters of young entrepreneurs in the G20 countries believe they are a major source of technology innovation in their countries, according to a report by Accenture and the G20 Young Entrepreneurs’ Alliance.
The sixth and largest ever EuroNanoForum conference opens today in The Convention Centre Dublin.
Lisa Ricciardi has been appointed as a non-executive director of United Drug with effect from 14 June 2013.
Netflix and DreamWorks Animation have announced a multi-year deal which will make the internet TV network the home of new original series from the creators of ‘Shrek’ and ‘Madagascar’.
Coors Light has unveiled its ‘Anytime is Playtime’ mobile game app, which allows fans to win beer in both pubs and off licences as well as various other prizes – the first digital marketing experience of its kind in Ireland.
Agreement was reached on Friday for a mandate to start talks between the EU and US on a transatlantic trade and investment partnership (TTIP).
Speaking at the launch of the Pension Board’s annual report for 2012, chief executive Brendan Kennedy said poor pension administration was an area of concern.
'Tweeting' has officially been recognised by the Oxford English Dictionary in its latest update.
Irish new car buyers may be financially better off opting for a petrol-powered car in preference to a diesel one, according to Cartell.ie.
Kilkenny is pioneering a concept which aims to train ‘visitor welcome ambassadors’ through dedicated workshops for anyone in the city aged over 16, including local citizens, business teams and public service staff.
Ryanair has achieved the Number 1 position in the International Air Transport Association’s (IATA) Top 100 Airlines ranking, having carried 79.6m international passengers last year.
10.04.2013 Sammy Leslie is proprietor of Castle Leslie Estate. She has been a member of the IoD since June 2009.
15.04.2013 Start-up company Climote has already won contracts with three major energy utilities in Ireland and the UK, CEO and founder Derek Roddy tells Grainne Rothery.