Daily air service will now be by helicopter
21.08.2015 Irish electricity provider PrePayPower is to create 50 new jobs, mainly in sales, which will bring its total direct workforce in Ireland up to 150 people.
21.08.2015 Google said today that it has started construction on a new €150m data centre at Profile Park in West Dublin.
Daily air service will now be by helicopter
Will be in partnership with technology start-up space Dogpatch Labs
Public sector workers earning an average of €918.24
Plans to double Dublin headcount to 140
Dun Laoghaire site set to play important role in global organisation
27.08.2015 Will be part of Dublin Fashion Festival on 11 September.
27.08.2015 Aim to recognise excellence in waste management and recycling.
24.08.2015 Series will see Daniel and Majella O’Donnell touring 12 B&Bs around Ireland.
24.08.2015 Services to be aimed at business and public sector customers in Ireland.
24.08.2015 Reports revenues of €1.24bn in H1 2015, up 39pc over the previous year.
Galway has topped a list of the friendliest cities in the world, as judged by the readers of US magazine, Travel + Leisure, while Dublin and Cork have been ranked third and fourth respectively.
A team of Microsoft Ireland employees has volunteered to cycle 650km from Mizen Head, Co Cork to Malin Head, Co Donegal to raise funds for children’s hospice LauraLynn.
SOSV founder and managing director Sean O’Sullivan, one of this year’s EY Entrepreneur of the Year finalists, on doing venture capital a better way, the importance of being able to executive ideas effectively, and the power of technology to improve people’s lives.
TV3 is launching a new weekend breakfast shows from tomorrow morning, with anchors Simon Delaney, Ivan Yates and Anna Daly.
UPC Ireland is to be rebranded as Virgin Media. The company has not specified how soon this will happen.
PCH has announced a new collaboration with Johnson & Johnson Innovation aimed at identifying, supporting and encouraging the growth of consumer health hardware start-ups.
UTV Media has announced group revenue of £58.3m in the first half of 2015, up from £57.8m in the same period last year.
Deloitte has announced the creation of 400 new jobs in its consultancy business.
DublinTown is teaming up with Luas to introduce #GlamTram as part of Dublin Fashion Festival.
Dublin-headquartered McGowans Print said this week that it has become the first company in the UK and Ireland to buy a Rho 1312 as part of a €2m investment with printer manufacturer Durst in the past 18 months.
Executive Helicopters has been named as the preferred tenderer for a four-year air service contract to the Aran Islands.
Google is bringing its Tech Hub Network to Dublin through a partnership with technology start-up space Dogpatch Labs.
Average weekly earnings in Ireland in the second quarter of this year were €697.52, up 1.8pc from €684.97 a year earlier, according to the CSO.
CRH has announced the acquisition of Los Angeles-headquartered CR Laurence (CRL) for US$1.3bn.
Repak has this week launched a new national awards programme that aims recognise excellence in waste management and recycling among businesses, organisations, community groups and individuals in Ireland.
Sean Finlay has been appointed chair of the Irish Exporters Association (IEA) Africa Business Forum.
There was a 3pc increase in the numbers employed in the year to the second quarter of 2015, according to the CSO’s Quarterly National Household Survey.
Irish company Fexco has announced a new partnership that will see its multi-currency pricing (MCP) technology offered to Hong Kong Airlines passengers.
Tech company Intercom, which was founded in 2011 in San Francisco by four Irish graduates, is planning to double its workforce after raising US$35m in its series C round to expand its customer communication platform. The company's total funding to date now stands at US$66m.
The number of trips into Ireland between May and July 2015 was up by 11.8pc – or 273,600 – over the same period last year to 2,589,300 journeys, according to new CSO figures.
The board of the National Dairy Council (NDC) has elected Teddy Cashman as its new chairman.
NTR plc has bought the 24MW Quixwood Moor wind project in Berwickshire, Scotland for an undisclosed sum.
Dublin has beaten off competition from Munich, Vienna and Istanbul to host the 37th International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS) in December 2016.
Mainstay Medical International plc, the Irish company that’s in the process of bringing ReActive8 to the market, said today that it has been issued with a new US patent.
The boards of Paddy Power and Betfair said today that they have agreed the main terms of a possible merger, which would be known as Paddy Power Betfair plc.
Peter Mahon, managing director of the Irish business of printing company Delta Group, on listening to clients and being open to learning new things.
Snickers and Hazelnut bar is sponsoring the Second Captains Live autumn series on RTÉ 2.
European stock markets have been trading well this afternoon after the news that China has cut its one-year lending rate by 25 basis points to 4.6pc.
Motor group Kearys has been named the exclusive agent in Munster for BMW’s range of electric vehicles.
A new business development programme for rural-based female led entrepreneurs is seeking applications by Friday 11 September.
The Intercontinental Dublin has appointed Clement Gaffney as general manager of its five star Ballsbridge property.
Ryanair is set to launch a new car hire service powered by CarTrawler, the Dublin-headquartered travel technology platform and online aggregator of car rental services.
Nuritas founder and CSO Dr Nora Khaldi is to be Ireland’s representative in an attempt to take part in the TEDx ‘Made in Europe’ event, which will be hosted by the Dutch presidency of the European Union in The Hague next March.
Eircom Business Solutions said today that it has awarded €101,535 in funding to 10 Irish companies in the second – and final – round of its Digital Boost initiative, which aims to support innovation and growth in small companies through investment in digital solutions.
Exploration company Petroceltic International plc has appointed Hugh Cawley as a non-executive director with immediate effect.
Nestlé has opened a bespoke ‘insect lodge’ at Ireland’s first butterfly meadow at its Wyeth Nutrition infant formula site in Askeaton, Co Limerick.
Ulster Bank said today that it has agreed to provide €4m in finance for the acquisition and expansion of the Sancta Maria Nursing Home in Kinnegad, Co Westmeath.
Biotech company Amgen’s US$300m state-of-art manufacturing facility in Dun Laoghaire was officially opened this morning.
Car brand Skoda is sponsoring a new UTV Ireland travel series that sees Daniel and Majella O’Donnell touring 12 B&Bs around Ireland.
Vodafone Ireland said today that it is investing €7m to provide new data centre services for its business and public sector customers in Ireland.
Estate agency Gunne has rebranded and changed its name to Quillsen.
Mainstay Medical has secured a US$15m debt facility that it said will be used to help commercialise ReActiv8, its implantable medical device for people with chronic low back pain.
Kingspan recorded revenues of €1.24bn in the first half of 2015, up 39pc over the previous year (29pc pre-currency).
Hibernia Reit is forming a joint venture with an affiliate of Starwood Capital Group to own and develop the one-acre Windmill Lane site in Dublin’s South Docks.
Independent News & Media Limited (INM) is planning to close its Belfast printing operation, which currently prints the Irish editions of several national newspapers as well as many of its own titles.
Responding to media speculation over the weekend, UTV Media’s board said today that the company is in discussions regarding a potential sale of its television assets.
Clothes retailer H&M will next month launch a new denim range made from recycled cotton collected through its Garment Collecting initiative.
Connacht Rugby sponsor Mazda Ireland has appointed players Kieran Marmion and Denis Buckley as official brand ambassadors for the coming year.
Irish electricity provider PrePayPower is to create 50 new jobs, mainly in sales, which will bring its total direct workforce in Ireland up to 150 people.
The majority of Irish organisations are taking risks when it comes to storing their data, according to a new survey.
24.07.2015 Japan’s and Asia’s largest pharmaceutical company Takeda has nearly a 20-year history in Ireland and Greg Timmons, president, Takeda Ireland sees a bright future for the Irish operation.
23.07.2015 Twenty five year old Irish chef, Paul Hannegan, is making his mark in London having opened luxury catering company called Cuisson there in 2011.
21.07.2015 Dublin Port Company has launched a plan to protect a colony of small migratory seabirds that nest within the port.