Bord Bia and companies are targeting international buyers
23.01.2015 The inaugural Pride of Centra Awards took place recently in Croke Park where a selection of Centra employees were honoured for their commitment and dedication shown in the...
23.01.2015 The Minister for Development, Trade Promotion and North-South Co-operation Seán Sherlock and the Ambassador of Mexico to Ireland Carlos Garcia de Alba have launched a programme...
Bord Bia and companies are targeting international buyers
Board members who are shareholders have confirmed they intend to accept offer
It was held in The Convention Centre Dublin
Online classified ads site made the announcement
It will have its world premiere there
23.01.2015 It's highest quarterly gain for sector since Q2 2007.
23.01.2015 They are now in seventh year.
23.01.2015 The broadband service has arrived in Ireland.
23.01.2015 Programme of events launched.
23.01.2015 Event took place in Croke Park.
A contract for the development of the National Indoor Arena at the National Sports Campus was signed today.
Bank of Ireland is the new sponsor of Room to Improve on RTÉ One, the next series of which is due to start next Sunday, 25 January.
Golfer Graeme McDowell stopped off at the Ireland stand at this week’s PGA Golf Merchandise Show in Orlando, Florida, US.
Bord Bia and six Irish meat companies are targeting international meat buyers, decision makers and chefs at the biennial SIRHA food service trade fair in France.
Tax policy will be a key item on the business and political agenda, writes Shaun Murphy, managing partner of KPMG in Ireland.
BNY Mellon and comedian Brendan O’Carroll have been recognised for their philanthropic efforts at the seventh Philanthropic of the Year awards.
Sky Fibre broadband has arrived in Ireland and to mark the launch of its new product Sky has fully wrapped two Luas trams.
The inaugural Pride of Centra Awards took place recently in Croke Park where a selection of Centra employees were honoured for their commitment and dedication shown in the workplace.
A proposal to end alcohol companies sponsoring major sports events looks set to be dropped, according to reports.
BWG Group has made an offer of €23m to acquire the trading business of ADM Londis.
The 100th citizenship ceremony took place in the Convention Centre Dublin this morning.
Minister for Education and Skills Jan O’Sullivan has launched a new energy initiative ‘Lets Conserve Energy Together Better’ with the Limerick and Clare Education and Training Board (LCETB) at an event held at the Limerick College of Further Education.
Online classified ads site DoneDeal announced today that it’s sponsoring Setanta Sports's coverage of this year’s FA Cup.
Recent figures show there has been a six-fold increase in the number of direct selling parties in Ireland over the past year.
The Olympia Theatre has announced Zoe Kelly as the winner of the 2015 Rising Star Award. This award is to be delivered by the Gaiety School of Acting over the next 12 months.
Ireland’s retail sales in the fourth quarter of 2014 were up by 4.22pc over the same period in 2013, the highest quarterly gain for the sector since the Q2 2007, Retail Excellence Ireland (REI) said today.
Bose Corporation told staff at its Carrickmacross facility yesterday afternoon that it plans to close the plant in April with the loss of 140 jobs.
The new Irish film You’re Ugly Too has been nominated for the Best First Feature Award at the Berlin International Film Festival next month, where the film will have its world premiere.
The Minister for Development, Trade Promotion and North-South Co-operation Seán Sherlock and the Ambassador of Mexico to Ireland Carlos Garcia de Alba have launched a programme of events to celebrate 40 years of diplomatic relations between Ireland and Mexico.
Dublin-based billing software company Brite:Bill has announced the creation of 100 new jobs.
Minister for Energy Alex White has announced €13.2m in funding for the Better Energy Communities Scheme in 2015.
Ireland's government debt to GDP ratio is now 114.8.2pc, fourth highest in the EU behind Greece (176pc), Italy (131.8pc) and Portugal (131.4pc, according to Q3 2014 figures released by Eurostat this week.
CRH has confirmed it is in discussions with Lafarge and Holcim regarding the potential acquisition of certain assets being disposed of the companies ahead of their proposed merger.
Economists, business leaders and policy makers at the annual World Economic Forum meeting in Davos said today that Europe needs quantitative easing but monetary policy alone will not restore growth and jobs to the region.
Winner of the 2014 ESB Spark of Genius Award, Dublin-based start-up Love & Robots is going from strength to strength.
More than €70,000 in EU funding remains available under the Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs business exchange programme, according to Dublin to Chamber of Commerce.
Bord Gáis Energy said today that it is cutting its gas prices by 3.5pc and electricity by 2.5pc from 16 March 2016.
The Oireachtas banking inquiry has welcomed positive signals from the European Central Bank (ECB) that it will co-operate with the inquiry and assist it in advancing its work.
The ECB has today announced a €60bn a month asset purchase programme for government bonds in an attempt to boost growth in the eurozone economy and tackle deflation.
The Irish chapter of global gender balance movement the 30% Club has been officially launched with the support of senior executives from the likes of CRH and Greencore.
Tourism Ireland has announced its sponsorship of the Ireland cricket team for the upcoming ICC Cricket World Cup 2015, which kicks off on 14 February.
The 50th anniversary of an historic meeting between then Taoiseach Sean Lemass and the Prime Minister of Northern Ireland Terence O’Neill has been marked today with the release by An Post of a commemorative stamp.
Confectionery, biscuits and crisps/snacks were the ‘most promoted’ product categories in the run-up to Christmas 2014, according to the latest Retailer Promotional Review, prepared for Checkout magazine by OBK Accountants/The Food Accountants.
Despite attempts to stop the illegal accessing of content, 36,806 adults in Ireland continue to illegally download TV or movies daily, according to research conducted by Core Media, conducted with Ignite Research.
Over 20 of Ireland’s top stud farms are opening their doors to the public over three days this month as part of Irish Thoroughbred Marketing’s Irish Stallion Trail initiative.
Engineering solutions provider Suretank has appointed Abby Carragher as area sales manager for the Netherlands and Denmark.
Dublin City Council Libraries has launched its Mind Yourself programme.
Microfinance Ireland (MFI) has announced a partnership with the Ignite Graduate Business Innovation Programme, which will mean €250,000 being ring-fenced for young entrepreneurs taking part in it.
eBay said today that it will be reducing its workforce by around 2,400 positions globally, or 7pc of its total staff numbers, during the first quarter of 2015 across eBay Marketplaces, PayPal, and eBay Enterprise.
Ireland has the third highest proportion of innovative enterprises in the EU, new Eurostat figures reveal.
Intel’s Eamonn Sinnott has been appointed president of the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland for 2015.
Recruitment picked up in all areas of the Irish market in 2014, according the latest Robert Walters 2015 Global Salary survey.
The Competition and Consumer Protection Commission, in conjunction with the office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP), has released details of an improved Cartel Immunity Programme.
A night café to support people sleeping rough in Dublin will open tonight from 11pm until 7.30am.
The advocacy group co-founded by Bono has kicked of its youth ambassador programme in Dublin, which brings 15 young people together to engage their politicians and decision-makers to end extreme poverty by 2030.
The wording of the proposed amendment on marriage equality has been published today, while the Government has decided that the referendum will be held in May.
Alan Brown has been appointed as managing director of Xerox subsidiary IBS in Ireland, reporting to Diego Hervas, president of Xerox’s European channels group.
Patricia King is to become the first woman to be general secretary of the Irish Congress of Trade Unions (Ictu) when David Begg steps down in March.
Hilton Hotels & Resorts said today that Hilton Paris Opera has officially opened after an extensive renovation involving a US$50m investment.
07.01.2015 The coming year will see continued growth in export markets, writes Enterprise Ireland CEO, Julie Sinnamon.
05.01.2015 UCD's Conor Neill provides ten tips that differentiate powerful speakers from the rest.
13.01.2015 Deloitte makes its predictions for the technology, media and telecommunications (TMT) sectors in 2015.
Mobile wallet won’t replace traditional wallet yet, but 2015 will be a tipping point towards wider consumer adoption of in-store smartphone payments.