The BDO Development Capital Fund is to invest €8m in Irish IT services...
24.07.2014 A national health innovation hub with the potential to support hundreds of new companies will be established in 2014, the Government has announced on publishing the 10th Action...
21.07.2014 Bord na Móna has reported record profits for the year ended March 2014 with profit after tax for the financial year up 263pc to €33.5m and operating profit climbing 114pc to...
The BDO Development Capital Fund is to invest €8m in Irish IT services...
Will potentially bring an additional €11m in revenue to the capital,...
Document and information management firm opens a 50,000 sq ft record centre
Aidan Trindle and Bill O’Connell appointed to senior roles with significant...
Jim McCormack went to the US for a horse and came back with a hair care brand
25.07.2014 Estate agency Douglas Newman Good (DNG) is predicting an annual house price...
25.07.2014 Lindt Chocolate Ireland is continuing its sponsorship of the Side Saddle...
25.07.2014 Broadcaster Miriam O’Callaghan has launched a novel initiative to raise...
24.07.2014 Ten Irish SMEs will each receive €50,000 to finance feasibility studies to...
25.07.2014 Sandymount Hotel has recently been awarded an Eco-Label Certificate from the...
There was a 10pc increase in overseas visitors to Ireland for the first half of 2014, which represents an additional 324,400 people compared to January to June 2013, according to figures released by the Central Statistics Office (CSO)
Almost two thirds (63pc) of small businesses in Ireland are adversely affected by late payments, according to the latest Close Brothers Business Barometer, which canvasses business owners and managers in Ireland and the UK on a quarterly basis.
The Times and The Sunday Times in the UK have released the latest instalments in a series of films celebrating the historical and cultural impact of newspapers called The Unquiet film series.
Services provider Aramark Ireland has promoted Thomas Mulryan to the position of chief financial officer (CFO).
Hundreds of red haired people from Ireland and other parts of the world are expected to descend upon Crosshaven Co Cork from 22 to 24 August for the Irish Redhead Convention.
Irish owned and family run cake distribution business Farmbake has extended its partnership with BWG Foods to supply a new range of products under the Spar own-brand label.
Kilkenny headquartered commercial foreign exchange provider TransferMate Global Payments has reported that it has transferred over US$5bn in foreign currency transfers for clients worldwide to date.
Document and information management company Kefron has today opened a 50,000 sq ft record centre next to its existing operation in Park West in Dublin 12.
In the first of a regular series, UCD’s Prof Niamh Brennan explains what the term corporate governance means.
Dublin has secured four international conferences that will bring potentially bring an additional €11m in revenue to the capital, according to Failte Ireland.
Sásta Fitness is opening a new studio in Drogheda, Co. Louth today, creating five new jobs.
Mainstay Medical has received authorisation from the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) and the Central Ethics Committee to expand the clinical trial of its ReActiv8 device to include sites in the UK.
US multinational EMC, which employs more than 3,000 people in Ireland, has today announced the appointment of Irish executives Aidan Trindle and Bill O’Connell to senior roles with significant responsibility within the company.
Ryanair has announced a net profit of €197m in quarter one, a 152pc increase over last year that was helped along by a very strong Easter. The airline has hiked up its full-year after tax profit forecast by 21pc but warned that this guidance relies on the final outturn for H2 yields over which it has zero visibility.
The BDO Development Capital Fund is to invest €8m in Irish IT services company Version 1 to enable the company to expand in the UK and create up to 100 IT consultancy jobs.
Over the past 18 months AirSpeed Telecom has achieved 40pc revenue growth and taken on 12 new staff, according to CEO Liam O’Kelly, who was the winner of the RSM Entrepreneur of the Year Award at the European Business Awards last May.
Estate agency Douglas Newman Good (DNG) is predicting an annual house price increase of 20pc in Dublin at the end of this year, following a 5.9pc average increase from April to June this year.
Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton TD has made a statement following President Barack Obama’s mention of Ireland’s tax regime in a statement yesterday.
Sandymount Hotel has recently been awarded an Eco-Label Certificate from the Green Hospitality Programme, which the hotel says acknowledges its dedication to an eco-friendly approach in hospitality.
Tourism Ireland has welcomed the announcement by Ryanair of a new flight from Manchester to Shannon Airport this winter, which will help boost tourism to Co Clare and the West of Ireland from the British market.
Lindt Chocolate Ireland is continuing its sponsorship of the Side Saddle classes at the Discover Ireland Dublin Horse Show at the RDS this year, which takes place from 6 to 10 August.
A licensed vaccine has been recommended for use with people at risk of meningococcal group B meningitis and septicaemia infection (MenB) following a long campaign to have it approved.
Irish Residential Properties Real Estate Investment Trust (IRES REIT) has bought The Marker Residences in Dublin for over €50.1m.
Broadcaster Miriam O’Callaghan has launched a novel initiative to raise €250,000 for ‘Bumbleance’, the national children’s ambulance service.
Dublin boutique hotel Dylan has teamed up with style commentators and creators of fashion brand Lennon Courtney, Sonya Lennon and Brendan Courtney, to launch Dylan’s ‘Best Hat’ competition.
US president Barack Obama has named Ireland in a speech criticising American companies that relocate their headquarters to other countries where corporate tax rates are lower to avoid taxes in their home country.
Over 68pc of Vodafone Ireland’s 2.1 million mobile customers are now using mobile internet and data services on their devices, with a 45pc rise in data usage in the second quarter compared to the same period last year.
New measures to promote gender equality on State boards have received Government approval.
Carton House Hotel and Resort in Co Kildare has appointed a new general manager and director of sales and marketing – Adrian McLaughlin and Monica O’Byrne, respectively.
A national health innovation hub with the potential to support hundreds of new companies will be established in 2014, the Government has announced on publishing the 10th Action Plan for Jobs Quarterly Progress Report.
Ten Irish SMEs will each receive €50,000 to finance feasibility studies to develop their innovation strategy under a €3bn European Commission SME instrument.
Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade Charlie Flanagan has met with foreign ministers from South East Asian countries in Brussels to discuss measures to boost trade and investment.
Sporting groups, runners and walkers are being invited to dress like movie star Rocky and join the Great Rocky Run in aid of the national suicide prevention and bereavement charity Console.
Two years ago Limerick pharmacist and commercial horse breeder Jim McCormack went to the US for a horse and came back with a hair care brand which he plans to sell into the UK from Ireland.
Kerry is the favourite holiday destination for Irish holidaymaker after beating Galway and Cork into second and third place, according to a new survey from MyHome.ie.
Verve, an event and brand activation firm headquartered in Dublin, today announced the opening of its new office in London, which is aimed at better serving Verve’s existing clients by furthering the firm’s reach across western Europe.
Ireland’s first ever coffee and tea festival is taking place at the RDS in Dublin on 12-14 September further to the country being chosen to host the World Barista Championships in 2016.
Dublin Zoo has welcomed The Natural Confectionery Company on board as sponsor of the Asian elephant habitat – the Kaziranga Forest Trail.
While Irish CEOs are significantly more confident in the economy and in their own businesses than they were last year, a large majority see the increasing tax burden, rising labour costs and the availability of key skills as key threats to this growth, according to PwC's 2014 CEO Pulse Survey, which was launched today.
Six High Court judges have been named judges designate of the new Court of Appeal.
Dankse Bank said this morning that it posted pre-tax profits of DKK8.6bn (€1,157.5m) in the first half of 2014, while net profit was DKK6.9bn (€920m). The bank also raised its net profit forecast for the full year.
In a statement issued today, Hibernia REIT plc said it is in exclusive discussions to buy Cumberland House, a seven storey office building located on Fenian St in Dublin 2.
The establishment by Nephin Whiskey Company of the first new whiskey distillery in Connaught for over a century is set to create 18 full time jobs in the village of Lahardaun, Co Mayo.
US IT giant EMC, which employs more than 3,000 people in Ireland, has reported a 5pc year-on-year increase in second quarter revenue to reach a record figure of US$5.9bn.
Carphone Warehouse Ireland has entered into an exclusive partnership with Chinese phone manufacturer Huawei, which has operations in Ireland.
Tullow Oil’s Ugandan subsidiary has won its appeal at the Court of Appeal in London in proceedings against Heritage Oil and Gas and Heritage Oil Plc (Heritage).
Property Industry Ireland (PII), which represents all sectors of the Irish property industry, today submitted its pre-Budget submission containing a series of recommendations to increase housing supply, alleviate homelessness and promote employment in construction.
Dublin-headquartered creative agency Vocal has won an account with Dutch technology company Uniface following an international agency pitch.
Over 170 jobs have been safeguarded at The Mount Wolseley Hotel in Carlow further to an investment package worth €7.5m being made by Brehon Capital as the hotel successfully exits examinership.
Almost 600 Jurys Inn employees have raised €75,000 for charity, having walked, run, cycled, swam, golfed and abseiled their way through the group’s 100-mile charity challenge.
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.