Business software company to set up its European headquarters there
24.06.2015 A portfolio of five retail parks in receivership has been put up for sale on the instruction of Bank of Ireland for a total quote price of €162m.
23.06.2015 The world’s largest meat packer, Brazilian company JBS, has bought Moy Park in Northern Ireland from its owner Marfrig Global Foods for around US$1.5bn.
Business software company to set up its European headquarters there
Firm founded by Sean Gallagher and Colm Piercy
This is two years since it was first established in the city
Athlone-based OxyMem is the only Irish - and European - company to be chosen
An online platform to help college students to reduce uncertainty after...
29.06.2015 Wexford-based company Chevron Training & Recruitment has entered into a...
26.06.2015 While pharmaceutical manufacturing isn’t as energy intensive as other...
26.06.2015 Limerick-based software company Sensorpro has signed a global partnership...
26.06.2015 Connemara Mining has completed the first phase of prospecting on the newly...
26.06.2015 The deadline for entries to this year’s Sustainable Energy Awards has been...
US sports bar chain Tilted Kilt is planning to launch in the Irish market using a franchise model and believes there is potential here for at least four sites.
The unemployment rate stayed at 9.7pc in June, the same as the revised May rate and down from 11.4pc in June 2014, according to the Central Statistics Office.
Financial services and IT executive Conor O’Brien has been appointed as chief executive officer of the Personal Injuries Assessment Board, which operates as the Injuries Board.
Supermac’s founder Pat MacDonagh is buying the Killeshin Hotel in Portlaoise, Co Laois, securing 98 jobs and with plans to embark on a significant investment programme and create further jobs.
Far too many people in business don’t cut the mustard when it comes to public speaking, writes Dorothea Stuart, who maintains that being able to present in a clear and engaging way is essential for success.
One third of female respondents in a survey of business people in Ireland say they have been referred to as ‘love’ in a business meeting, with 27pc having been called ‘darling’, ‘honey’ or ‘pet’.
Críona Ní Dhálaigh has been appointed the 346th Lord Mayor of Dublin.
A new standard for “innovative, quirky or unusual” tourist accommodation businesses has been launched today by Fáilte Ireland.
Corporate insolvencies in the second quarter of 2014 rose by 10pc over the previous quarter to 275, according to figures released today by Deloitte, and published by www.insolvencyjournal.ie.
NTR plc said today that it has acquired the 15MW Ora More wind project in Co Fermanagh from RES. Terms of the deal have not been disclosed.
The total number of jobs saved through SME examinership in Ireland so far this year was 703, with 331 of these saved in the past three months, according to the Hughes Blake SME Examinership Index.
International information technology company Sungard Availability Services (Sungard AS) is to create 50 new jobs in Dublin further to a new partnership with data centre solutions provider Digital Reality Trust.
Irish hand-roasting company Java Republic has been announced as the new on-board coffee supplier to Aer Lingus for short haul routes, including European destinations.
Professional services firm PwC has become a corporate partner of the Women’s Gaelic Players Association (WGPA) as an extension of its existing commitment to Gaelic games which started in 2012.
Wexford-based company Chevron Training & Recruitment has entered into a strategic partnership with vocational training organisation ETIWA, which extends the delivery of the Irish provider’s programmes to over 6,000 Nigerian students.
A shift in relationships in the modern working environment, together with increasing employment legislation, have spurred many organisations to look at the most appropriate ways of resolving workplace disputes, writes Margaret Bouchier.
Thirty Munster-based food start-ups are to create 65 new jobs as a result of taking part in the Food Academy programme, which is a collaboration between Bord Bia, SuperValu, Local Enterprise Offices and County Councils in Cork and Kerry.
London marketing agency Greenlight Digital has announced the opening of its first office in Ireland.
An online platform to help college students to reduce uncertainty after graduation has won the first ever ‘Start-up Stars’ programme at University College Dublin (UCD).
Athlone-based OxyMem is the only Irish - and European - company to be chosen to participate in a seed accelerator focused on global freshwater challenges and cutting-edge technologies in Wisconsin in the US.
Food brand Slim’s Healthy Kitchen is to open its third outlet in Belfast in August two years since it was first established in the city.
A commercial property firm established last year by ex RTE Dragon Sean Gallagher and Digiweb founder Colm Piercy has acquired the former headquarters of tech giant Alcatel Lucent in Dublin.
WPP has been named Holding Company of the Year at the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity for the fifth year in a row.
S&P Dow Jones Indices (S&P DJI) has launched two new indices aimed at providing investors with improved exposure to securities that meet sustainability investing criteria.
The Government has today launched an action plan for jobs for the Midlands area that aims to grow employment by 10pc to 15pc over the next five years, creating 14,000 new jobs.
Biopharma company AbbVie is planning to create 50 jobs over the next four years with the further expansion of its medical device manufacturing facility in Ballytivnan, Sligo.
Business software company Wrike is to set up its European headquarters in Dublin, creating 50 jobs over the next two years.
Greece’s government has reportedly rejected the five-month extension to its bailout programme and €15.5bn in funding offered to the country today by its creditors.
The mobile phone business owned by Denis O’Brien Digicel has filed documents with US regulator the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) stating it is planning an initial public offering (IPO) on the New York market.
Irish-owned project delivery and engineering firm PM Group has won the European Construction Institute’s (ECI) Large Scale Project of the Year Award for its work on the €180m Glanbia Ingredients Ireland Belview facility in Co Kilkenny.
While pharmaceutical manufacturing isn’t as energy intensive as other industries, healthcare company MSD takes its environmental impact very seriously and strives to reduce it by actively managing its energy and water usage.
More than 70 small businesses will be part of the ‘Local Enterprise Village’ at the National Ploughing Championships in Ratheniska, Co Laois next September.
Limerick-based software company Sensorpro has signed a global partnership agreement with Danish headquartered firm Sitecore, which has significant operations in the US.
Being made redundant was a factor for just one in 10 people when choosing to become an interim executive, according to a new study.
The deadline for entries to this year’s Sustainable Energy Awards has been extended by two weeks until Friday 10 July.
Independent News & Media is to run a three-day interiors event in the RDS next May.
Cork Airport has been commended in the annual ACI Europe Best Airport Awards.
Member companies of Meat Industry Ireland have reported business as usual in international markets following the single case of BSE in Co Louth.
There are signs of improvement at Tesco Ireland which has released a trading statement showing that sales in the first quarter of its financial year to the end of May fell by 4.4pc, a lower percentage drop than in previous quarters.
Connemara Mining has completed the first phase of prospecting on the newly acquired Inishowen Block, in Co Donegal, with initial results identifing a clear target area for more detailed investigations to find gold.
Global biopharmaceutical company AbbVie has helped to finance the opening of a new recreational routeway in Co Cork, which was spearheaded by Carrigtwohill Community Council in partnership with Cork County Council.
Entertainment venue the Odyssey Arena is to be renamed as the SSE Arena Belfast when it opens following refurbishment this September as part of a new agreement signed with SSE Airtricity.
ESB International has secured a €17m deal with Saudi Electricity Company to project manage the construction of a gas fired combined cycle power plant in Saudi Arabia.
Liberty Insurance is to cut 270 jobs at its Cavan, Dublin and Enniskillen operations.
Around 80 employees from Aon’s Dublin office volunteered recently with Hands On Peer Education (HOPE), which supports people affected by drug abuse or alcoholism, as part of the company’s Global Service Day.
Heneghan PR has appointed former government press secretary Eoghan Ó Neachtain as its first director of public affairs.
Food chain Subway has become title sponsor of the all-Ireland school boys and school girls hockey championships and secondary kit sponsor of the U18 Irish International Boys and Girls as a partner of Hockey Ireland.
Eircom Wholesale is to provide wholesale telecommunications services to Pure Telecom in a deal worth €20m over the next two years.
Northern Ireland is to get a new energy supplier this August when Belfast-based Open Electric goes live.
Consumer spending and exports will help the eurozone’s GDP increase by 1.6pc in 2015 and by 1.9pc next year, according to the June 2015 issue of the EY Eurozone Forecast (EEF).
28.05.2015 The fastest-growing export destination for Irish exports in the period 2021-2030 will be China, followed by Vietnam, India and Malaysia, according to HSBC’s latest Global Trade Forecast.
25.05.2015 The National Library of Ireland (NLI) has today announced the appointment of Dr Sandra Collins as its next director.
22.05.2015 Deloitte makes its predictions for the technology, media and telecommunications (TMT) sectors in 2015.