He has been recognised for his role in achieving exit
13.12.2013 The decision in 2008 to provide a blanket guarantee for Irish bank debt was a mistake, EU Commissioner Olli Rehn told RTÉ’s Prime Time last night.
13.12.2013 Nutrition and ingredients group Glanbia plc is making two new investments in Ireland, which will create 90 jobs in Monaghan and Dublin.
He has been recognised for his role in achieving exit
Official exit takes place this weekend
He was speaking on RTÉ’s Prime Time
Agreement to now run until 2020
Company operates EMEA headquarters and support centre in Dublin
Company said this ends an uncertain period
13.12.2013 Study carried out by Coleman Parkes Research.
13.12.2013 Positions are in Monaghan and Dublin.
12.12.2013 Agreement is for three years.
The very first Nom Nom Subs sandwich store has opened on Westland Row in Dublin 2.
Galway-based Aerogen Ltd has won the Medical Technology Company of the Year Award 2013 and the University of Limerick has secured the Medical Technology Academic, encompassing the Emerging Medical Technology Award at this year’s Medical Technology Industry Excellence Awards.
The Port of Cork Company has announced the appointment of Captain Paul O’Regan as harbour master, port operations manager and superintendent of pilots of the Port of Cork.
The Arts Council has announced that it has established a new award that will honour an outstanding Irish fiction writer, and encourage the next generation of Irish fiction writers.
The German-Irish Chamber of Industry and Commerce has presented Minister for Finance Michael Noonan TD with its Kuratorium Award for his role in achieving the Irish bailout exit.
The National Treasury Management Agency’s (NTMA) benchmark 10-year transaction in March (raising €5bn) has been recognised as the bond of the year by International Financing Review (IFR) magazine in the Sovereign/Supranational/Agency/Regional category.
Over a quarter of Irish businesses have experienced ‘bill shock’ due to roaming and data costs on their mobile bills, according to new research commissioned by Three Ireland.
The European Commission has today adopted a decision authorising the final disbursement under the financial assistance programme for Ireland.
Samsung Electronics IT and Mobile Ireland is sponsoring a 10k ‘night run’ in Cork City next April, following the success of similar events in Dublin over the past two years.
The decision in 2008 to provide a blanket guarantee for Irish bank debt was a mistake, EU Commissioner Olli Rehn told RTÉ’s Prime Time last night.
Ryanair has signed a new partnership agreement with Hertz, the world’s largest general use car rental brand, which will run until 2020.
The bidding phase for the first portfolio of assets brought to the market by the special liquidators of IBRC has concluded with binding bids to the value of around €2.5bn received.
Marketo has announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Insightera, a real-time personalisation platform for websites and mobile applications.
Group chief executive of RSA Insurance Group Simon Lee has resigned amid problems at its Irish operation, which needs a capital injection of £135m to ensure its solvency ratio is maintained above 200pc.
Small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) across Europe are moving much faster than their peers in larger organisations in the race to complete key digital transformation initiatives, according to research commissioned by Ricoh Europe.
Kevin O’Brien has been appointed chairperson of ComReg.
TV3 has announced the sale of its corporate debt to long term shareholder Doughty Hanson.
The Government is to sell Bord Gáis Energy to a consortium made up of Centrica, Brookfield Renewable Power and Icon Infrastructure for €1.12bn.
Nutrition and ingredients group Glanbia plc is making two new investments in Ireland, which will create 90 jobs in Monaghan and Dublin.
There is a growing interest in parliamentary activities and broadcasting of political activities in general, a new survey by UPC suggests.
The University of Ulster has teamed up with some of the top lawyers representing and advising HBO, Sony, Paramount Pictures and the Discovery Channel, to deliver a new international entertainment and media law course.
CKSK has been appointed as the lead creative agency for Coors Light in Ireland, responsible for all creative output on the brand across every consumer touchpoint.
Ferry company LD Lines is to run a new passenger car ferry service connecting Rosslare with St Nazaire on the west coast of France and Gijon in northern Spain.
Ireland has been ranked first in the world for inward investment by quality and value in the IBM 2012 Global Location Trends report.
Financial services company Pepper Asset Servicing has agreed a new three-year lead sponsorship deal with Shamrock Rovers Football Club.
A ‘Hailo-like’ service connecting couriers and consumers, Xpreso, has won the NDRC’s Lift Off competition at the culmination of its LaunchPad 8 programme.
An Taoiseach Enda Kenny TD has turned the sod on the ‘Site Infrastructure and Public Realm’ part of the re-development of the Grangegorman site on Dublin’s northside.
The number of liquidators appointed to ailing companies has almost halved since the Troika arrived in Ireland, falling from 121 in November 2010 to 66 in November 2013, according to Vision-net.
DMX Dublin, Ireland’s largest digital marketing event from the Marketing Institute of Ireland (MMI), has launched for 2014, with a top line-up of international speakers already confirmed, including Tessa Barrera, the former social lead of the Red Bull Stratos project, and Eva Appelbaum, the head of digital transformation at the BBC.
Ireland is changing; broadcasting standards are not black and white; and respect for the individual and groups in society matters most to viewers and listeners, according to new research into public attitudes regarding programme standards in the broadcast media.
Sky Ireland plans to increase its focus on developing more original Irish commissions by bringing the company’s channel heads to Ireland at least once a month to meet with Irish talent from next January.
Irish producer of environmentally friendly cement Ecocem Materials has reported that it has sold more than one million tonnes of product in the past 12 months.
Six new stores have opened in Jervis Shopping Centre in Dublin creating 100 new jobs.
A new €88m Science Foundation Ireland research centre focused on data analytics has been launched in a joint initiative between several third level institutions.
UK pub operator JD Wetherspoon has bought the former Newport Café in Paul Paul Street Plaza, Cork for an undisclosed amount.
The Galgorm Group has signed a deal with Procter & Gamble (P&G) to become the company’s sole distributor for the island of Ireland across its ‘Professional’ products business.
Irish-owned retail group Carraig Donn is to create 100 new jobs in the next two years through the continued expansion of its retail network and knitwear manufacturing plant in Westport, Co Mayo.
Bord Bia has launched a national ‘Sustainable Dairy Insurance Scheme’ (SDAS) as part of its plans to invest €3.5m next year in a new campaign under the Origin Green banner.
Artisan poultry company Carlow Free Range had sold over 90pc of its festive free range turkeys by 1 November and is planning to double production next year to help meet demand.
Mason Hayes & Curran has chosen Declan Black to succeed Emer Gilvarry as managing partner.
Tyndall National Institute in Cork has signed of a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Politecnico di Torino, Italy, to foster academic exchange and cooperation between the two institutions.
David Duffy, chief executive officer (CEO) of AIB, has been appointed president of the Irish Banking Federation (IBF) for a two-year term from 1 January next.
Pope Francis has been named Time magazine’s Person of the Year.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny TD is to give a national televised address on Sunday night to coincide with Ireland's exit from the bailout programme.
Brennans Bakeries is sponsoring over 35 films across TV3’s schedule throughout December, including titles such as the Irish TV premiere of blockbuster ‘Clash of the Titans’.
Ireland’s largest property auction to date was held yesterday in the RDS in Dublin involving 123 commercial and residential properties being sold for a total of €24m.
Vacancy rates across Dublin city centre now stand below 10pc within the Dublin City Business Improvement District (BID).
Employees at Trend Micro have raised over €8,500 for Cork Simon to support those who need and want to get back to work.
The Rushe Retail Group has formally joined the SuperValu and Centra network, which will see three new SuperValu stores open in Killiney, Dalkey and Naas, and a new Centra store open in Stillorgan.
YouTube has revealed Ireland’s most watched, shared and talked about videos of 2013.
03.09.2013 With the retail sector under pressure in Ireland, Conall Lavery's new business Real World Retail is entering the market at an opportune time.
04.09.2013 Dublin Castle was the venue for the world’s first Open Innovation 2.0 conference in May as part of Ireland’s EU presidency. Intel Labs Europe’s Martin Curley spoke to Grainne Rothery about the new concept in innovation.
20.09.2013 A nascent recovery is taking hold across the eurozone but despite positive signs of an uptick in the economy growth is expected to be slow, according to Ernst & Young’s (EY) autumn Eurozone Forecast.
05.09.2013 Since setting up Lifes2good in 1997, James Murphy has built a business that is steadily expanding into new markets. Karina Corbett reports.