The first takes place on 7 May in Trinity College Dublin
23.04.2014 Monitored home security company PhoneWatch has announced that it is creating 230 new jobs in Ireland and opening new offices in Dublin and Cork, as well as up to 10 other...
23.04.2014 Fumbally Exchange’s flagship building has been officially opened by President Michael D Higgins on Dame Lane on Dublin as the not-for-profit organisation plans further expansion.
The first takes place on 7 May in Trinity College Dublin
Newly digitised items include photographs of 1916 leader Tom Clarke
The Digital Food Hub is a new training programme
US tech giant EMC employs more than 3,000 people in Ireland
Latest House Rebuilding Cost Guide has been published
24.04.2014 Pre-tax profits were up 30pc to €10.3m.
24.04.2014 It is returning with 12 performances.
24.04.2014 The company’s political canvassing tool is called Ecanvasser.
23.04.2014 Company has stores in nine countries in western Europe.
23.04.2014 He completed the IoD's chartered director programme.
The Q1 2014 IPA Bellwether Report reveals the record largest single upwards revision to marketing budgets in the UK in 14 years of the survey.
Towns ranked in the top 100 TidyTowns for 2013 can now apply for Fáilte Ireland’s 2014 Tourism Towns Award.
Information technology (IT) know-how is the technical expertise most in demand by organisations currently seeking volunteers, a survey of 500 organisations has shown.
Google and solar panel company SunPower have this week announced a partnership that will see them financing a new programme that will provide around US$250m in funding to residential solar projects in the US.
The deadline to apply for the 2014 Social Entrepreneurs Ireland competition, which has a €600,000 prize fund, is next Monday 28 April.
Toyota Ireland has added rugby player Jonathan Sexton to its portfolio of brand ambassadors, which includes his Ireland team-mate Paul O’Connell, Katie Taylor, champion runner Fionnuala Britton and broadcaster Micheal O’Muirchertaigh.
Xilinx, which employs 300 at its EMEA headquarters in Dublin, has announced fiscal 2014 sales of US$2.38bn, up 10pc from the prior fiscal year.
The first issue of the Irish Independent’s new weekly glossy magazine – Insider – has been published with the newspaper today.
‘New Now Next’, the annual series of talks by globally significant architects curated by Irish Architecture Foundation in collaboration with Arup, has been launched in Dublin.
Cork start-up Vconnecta has become the first Irish company to supply campaigning technology to a major political party in the US, having announced the sign-up of an initial group of customers there.
A total of 10,500 newly digitised items have been released by the National Library of Ireland (NLI).
IDA Ireland has agreed contracts for delivery of two new building developments in counties Westmeath and Waterford which will be suitable for future client investments from various sectors – the first time since the early 1980s the agency has made such a move.
KBC has announced its 14th year of sponsorship for Ireland’s longest running chamber music festival, which returns for 2014 with 12 performances by internationally acclaimed artists from home and abroad.
Cross-border dairy processing co-op Lakeland Dairies has reported a 15pc increase in revenues to €545.5m for 2013 and an operating profit of €11.7m, up 9pc on the previous year.
Bord Bia, in partnership with Google Ireland, has today launched the Digital Food Hub, a new training programme aimed at helping Irish food businesses to maximize their online presence and sales.
US tech giant EMC, which employs more than 3,000 people in Ireland, has reported a 2pc increase in first quarter revenue for 2014 to reach US$5.5bn.
National average house rebuilding costs increased this year following a stabilisation last year and several years of decline, according to the latest House Rebuilding Cost Guide, published annually by the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland (SCSI).
Subway has announced a multi-year commitment with Liverpool Football Club that will see it become the Premier League leader’s official training food partner from today.
The Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton TD today published the Employment Permits (Amendment) Bill 2014.
Bewley’s is running a promotion throughout the summer months in conjunction with AquaZone at the National Aquatic Centre.
In a promotion that ties in with the launch of the AA’s new home insurance TV advertising campaign, which introduces AA membership, AA Ireland is set to take to the streets of the nation to help households get rid of some of their most hated household items.
Dublin-headquartered social gifting company CleverBug has been selected by Facebook for its annual showcase of case study small and medium sized businesses (SMBs).
Ninety-five percent of directors in Ireland believe that international confidence in Ireland as a place to do business has improved marginally or significantly within the past year, according to a new survey carried out by Behaviour & Attitudes on behalf of the Institute of Directors in Ireland (IoD) among its members.
Dundrum Town Centre has launched its ‘Shop for Good’ charity fundraising initiative, which takes place over four days from 8 to 11 May.
Entrepreneur and hotelier John Brennan of ‘At Your Service’ fame on RTE is to share his secrets to success with start-ups and small businesses as part of the Vodafone Smart Startup Network initiative.
Beacon Medical Group (BMG) said today that it has taken over operational control of the Beacon Hospital.
Sky Store’s ‘Buy & Keep’ service has begun rolling out to connected Sky customers, letting them for the first time buy movies as well as renting them.
Woodie’s will continue its partnership with RTÉ’s Super Garden for the fifth consecutive year when the series returns to television screens this week.
Monitored home security company PhoneWatch has announced that it is creating 230 new jobs in Ireland and opening new offices in Dublin and Cork, as well as up to 10 other regional centres.
Fumbally Exchange’s flagship building has been officially opened by President Michael D Higgins on Dame Lane on Dublin as the not-for-profit organisation plans further expansion.
Jordan Belfort, the man who wrote The New York Times bestseller The Wolf of Wall Street, which was adapted for the big screen by Martin Scorsese, is coming to Dublin.
Chief executive officer of Barclays Bank Ireland plc Andrew Hastings has obtained designation as a chartered director following the completion of the Institute of Directors in Ireland (IoD) chartered director programme.
Sony Mobile Communications has announced the launch of its Xperia Z2 smartphone exclusively with Vodafone from 1 May to 1 June 2014.
Cycle Ireland has announced the launch of a new smartphone app that makes exploring Ireland by bike quicker and easier.
Twenty-six percent of Irish businesses suffered economic crime in the last two years, according to a survey released today by PwC.
Associated British Foods (ABP) said today that its group revenue for the 24 weeks to 1 March 2014 fell by 2pc to £6,206m. However, adjusted operating profit was up 1pc to £497m.
Primark is to open its first store in the United States at the end of next year.
Keogh's Farm has agreed a deal with Tesco UK, which will see the family’s hand cooked potato crisps go on sale in 255 Tesco stores throughout the UK.
Dublin-based online advertising tech company Flashpoint has opened a series A funding round of over €2m to support the international roll-out of its new proprietary technology.
Dalkey, Co Dublin is to be launched as the first ‘Smartnet’ town in Ireland next Friday, 25 April, with over 20 merchants taking part.
Queen’s University Belfast’s vice-chancellor, Prof Patrick Johnston has been elected a fellow of the European Academy of Cancer Sciences.
Newstalk has issued a statement this afternoon claiming that RTÉ’s decision to refuse to broadcast an ad submitted by the radio station submitted is in contravention of its public sector broadcasting remit.
Anne Buttimer, emeritus professor of geography at UCD has been awarded the 2014 Lifetime Achievement Honors by the Association of American Geographers.
Twenty years ago Ireland was viewed as a small island on the edge of Europe not very well known for producing high quality chocolate and Lily O’Brien’s main export market was the UK.
The board of oilfield services company Weatherford International has approved plans to move its legal domicile from Switzerland to Ireland.
Barnes & Noble chairman Leonard Riggio has the announced sale of 3.7 million in the bookselling giant.
Irish-owned company Leading Edge Group and the School of Pharmacy at University College Cork (UCC) have launched a new initiative to deliver a ‘lean’ programme to all pharmacies across the South/South West Hospital Group.
The Ray D’Arcy Show and its listeners have raised over €500,000 for LauraLynn Ireland’s Children’s Hospice.
The Hunter, The Sabre, the Yaks and the Vampires are among the acts that will appear for the first time at the Bray Air Display on Sunday 20 July.
The third generation Audi A3 has been named the 2014 World Car of the Year at the New York Auto Show, which opens today and runs until 27 April.
14.04.2014 As chairman of the National Asset Management Agency for the last four years, Frank Daly has been somewhat surprised by just how public a role it has been.
14.04.2014 Having founded her first company in Dublin with her brother Adrian in 1996, Niamh Bushnell went on to become a force to be reckoned with in the New York start-up scene from three different angles – as consultant, investor and entrepreneur.
14.04.2014 Looking at the food and drink industry’s structure, one of the notable things to happen over the years is that the middle ground has become vacant, observes Michael Carey, chairman of Bord Bia.
10.04.2014 Earlier this week it was announced that the OpenSSL cryptographic software library has a serious vulnerability called the Heartbleed Bug. Here, Trend Micro’s global threat communications manager Christopher Budd, provides some of the facts regarding the problems posed by Heartbleed.
14.04.2014 Dublin headquartered start-up CleverBug has raised a total of US$8m in funding since November 2011 and CEO and founder Kealan Lennon is aiming for a US$1bn initial public offering (IPO) within five years as he takes on the US$27bn global greeting card market.