It's located on Dublin’s Camden St
22.10.2014 'Born on the internet’ daily deals player Groupon plans to create up to 100 jobs over the next two years at its new engineering and marketing centre of excellence in Dublin.
20.10.2014 Thirty-two Irish companies are travelling to Turkey today to begin a four-day Enterprise Ireland trade mission, which is being led by Minister for Business and Employment, Ged...
It's located on Dublin’s Camden St
It will support 260 on-site jobs at Kerry Airport
It comprises 29 members across Europe
It will employ 125 people in total
It will take place on Sunday, 23 November
24.10.2014 This is in relation to a possible offer.
24.10.2014 Company has offices in Miami, Dubai, San Salvador, Bucharest and Dhaka.
24.10.2014 It's dedicated to Ireland’s growing foodie culture.
24.10.2014 It experienced its busiest ever day this month.
24.10.2014 Event took place at Kilbeggan Distillery in Co Westmeath.
The Minister for Business and Employment Ged Nash has concluded a four-day Enterprise Ireland trade mission to Turkey during which new business was secured and business partnerships and contacts developed, underlining the growing opportunities for Irish companies in the developing Turkish market.
Further to its announcement earlier today that it had exercised its right to terminate the revised transaction agreement with Chiquita Brands International announced on 26 September 2014, Fyffes wishes to inform shareholders that as the transaction will not now be proceeding, the court meeting and EGM, convened for 28 October 2014, are to be adjourned indefinitely.
Marguerite Sayers has been appointed managing director of ESB Networks Ltd, while Paul Mulvaney has been named the company’s head of innovation.
The proposed merger between Fyffes and Chiquita has been called off after Chiquita shareholders voted today to reject it.
Glendalough Irish Whiskey has announced the launch of its 13-year-old single malt whiskey at the Mansion House Dublin.
You’d expect a tram company to have statistics in relation to passenger journeys and reliability. At Transdev Ireland, which runs Dublin’s Luas tram service, these metrics are only the departure point.
New online food and drink magazine TheTaste.ie has been officially launched.
Based in Kells, Co Meath, Kerrigan’s Mushrooms was the first mushroom grower and packer to become a verified member of Bord Bia’s sustainability programme Origin Green in August 2014.
Heineken has commandeered a busy bus shelter on Dublin’s Camden St to serve up real-time recommendations for Dublin hot spots as part of its global campaign ‘Cities’.
Ryanair has launched its Kerry summer 2015 schedule, with five routes to Alicante, Faro, Frankfurt Hahn, London Luton and London Stansted, which will deliver 260,000 customers per annum and support 260 on-site jobs at Kerry Airport.
CEO of Iapi (Institute of Advertising Practitioners in Ireland) Tania Banotti has been elected to chair the National Associations’ Council (NAC) of the European Association of Communications Agencies (EACA).
Tesco Ireland has created 104 new jobs at its new Tesco Ballincollig store, which was officially opened today by Olympic athlete Derval O’Rourke.
Redbreast 21 Year Old Whiskey was named Overall Best Irish Whiskey 2014 at the second annual Irish Whiskey Awards, which took place at Kilbeggan Distillery in Co Westmeath yesterday evening.
The market for products and services related to the Internet of Things (IoT) will be worth an estimated €5.5trn globally between now and 2020, according to Silicon Republic which held its annual Innovation Ireland Forum at the Guinness Storehouse in Dublin today.
C&C Group plc has confirmed that it has made a preliminary approach to the board of UK pub group Spirit in relation to a possible offer.
Ding founder and CEO Mark Roden was last night named EY Entrepreneur Of The Year 2014.
The Coca-Cola Zero Dublinbikes scheme has today hit the 50,000 annual subscriber mark.
Finance Bill 2014 was published today by Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan.
Marketing, language, science and engineering graduates are being sought for the 2015 Jameson graduate programme, which has been officially launched today by Irish Distillers Pernod Ricard.
Co Wicklow engineering firm Ventac is to supply acoustic materials to Turkish bus and coach manufacturer Temsa Global.
On Sunday, 23 November The Morrison Hotel on Dublin’s Ormond Quay will devote the day to a fundraising Christmas tea in aid of the Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (ISPCC).
Founder of clothing company Brigids Mantle Regina Tierney from Kilnamona has been named Clare’s Best Young Entrepreneur, winning a €20,000 investment in her business.
Newstalk said today that it has agreed a new deal to provide a national and international news, business and sports service to UTV’s six radio stations: Limerick 95FM, LMFM, Cork 96FM, C103FM, Q102 and FM104.
Ireland’s original marketplace has re-launched as a digital only business following a comprehensive redesign.
‘Photobomb’ has been named 2014 Word of the Year, Collins English Dictionary said.
The latest Bank of Ireland Quarterly Economic Outlook for the Irish economy has forecast a strengthening of the recovery, with GDP growth revised upwards for this year to 5pc from 2.8pc in its July outlook.
An event taking place in Dublin tomorrow will focus on demystifying the Internet of Things (IoT) and demonstrating its power to solve major global challenges, as well as future policies and practices for enabling innovation.
Aer Lingus is to launch a new business class service on transatlantic flights from March 2015.
Ryanair said today that it will deliver 67pc of the 1.8 million additional passengers expected to travel through Ireland’s main airports this year.
Tesco said today that its profit expectations for the year had been overstated by £263m due to accounting irregularities, and not £250m as initially reported last month.
Dublin headquartered agency Verve has appointed its first country director for UK operations, James Maclay, following its establishment of a new London office this year.
Aldi has been announced as the new sponsor of The Restaurant, which returns to screens in the New Year, this time on TV3.
Carphone Warehouse has announced a series of workshops entitled ‘Apple Addicts’ to take place in its stores in Clery’s and Harvey Norman over the October bank holiday weekend.
Engineering and project management firm PM Group has reported a 20pc increase in pre-tax profits to €9.7m against turnover of €355.5m for the year ended 31 December 2013.
Irish tech firm Strencom has secured a three-year contract worth €300,000 with Oscar nominated animation studio Brown Bag Films.
There are many opportunities for Irish businesses to export and invest in Latin America and the barriers to entry are reducing, an event has heard.
Further to selling Smiles Dental earlier this year, Emmet O’Neill has been appointed to take over as chief executive of Topaz from Sean Corkery on 1 February 2015.
Sky has updated its Sky+ app so that photos stored on smartphones can be viewed on your TV with just a few clicks and no need for wires, SD cards or memory sticks.
Dublin-based venue booking portal MeetingsBooker.com has completed a €1m funding round and plans to create 25 new jobs in customer support, marketing and IT.
Permanent TSB is continuing to dispose of non-core assets, agreeing the sale of the mortgage loan book owned by Springboard to Mars Capital for an undisclosed amount.
Aer Lingus is implementing a suite of mobile apps to drive further efficiencies in procurement.
Audi Ireland has been announced as the official car sponsor of this year’s Web Summit, with the Audi A3 Sportback e-tron due to be revealed at the event in Dublin from 4 to 6 November.
'Born on the internet’ daily deals player Groupon plans to create up to 100 jobs over the next two years at its new engineering and marketing centre of excellence in Dublin.
Carzone.ie’s latest Motoring Report shows that 541,237 used cars changed hands in Ireland during the first six months of 2014, an increase of 19pc on the same period in 2013.
Ireland has been named the fifth best country in the world to visit in Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel 2015 – its collection of the world’s hottest trends, destinations and experiences for the coming year.
Ireland has come 20th out of 25 countries in terms of the sustainability of its state pension system, according to The 2014 Melbourne Mercer Global Pension Index (MMGPI).
A free pop-up fixing clinic for household items is taking place in Kilkenny as part of a growing international movement to encourage people to repair things rather than throw them away.
A total of 219 students from 17 institutes in Ireland have received combined funding of €16.8m over four years under the latest round of the Irish Research Council’s postgraduate scholarship scheme awards.
Nestlé’s employees in Ireland have committed to raise over €120,000 for Irish Autism Action (IAA) under a new three-year partnership agreement.
The European Commission is supporting a three-year co-funded campaign promoting cheese and cheese culture in four participating countries including Ireland.
25.08.2014 Having a sustainability plan and Origin Green charter has been the key driver in Dawn Meats achieving a 90pc reduction in thermal energy consumption on one of its major sites and a 50pc reduction on other sites between 2012 and 2013.
22.08.2014 Lean thinking, customer development frameworks and business model innovation are transforming how new products are built and how growth strategies are developed, writes Mary Cronin.
21.08.2014 In the first of a new series on corporate governance, we consider the role of the non-executive director.
19.08.2014 Roddy Doyle’s The Barrytown Trilogy has been selected as the Dublin: One City One Book for 2015.