It's on the roof of the aerospace company.
27.05.2015 The Government has decided to support IAG’s offer for Aer Lingus.
21.05.2015 Software company Qualtrics is to create 100 new jobs in Dublin, which will bring the total number of people employed in Ireland to 250 by the end of 2016.
It's on the roof of the aerospace company.
It beat runners up Cong Food Village and Wild Atlantic Way
It is now stocking 100 Irish and international craft beers
It begins its five-day stint in Phoenix Park today
It will apply to trade on the AIM and ESM
28.05.2015 This is for the year end June 2014.
28.05.2015 It takes place on 29 May.
28.05.2015 This June bank holiday weekend marks 21st anniversary of event.
28.05.2015 It was set up in wake of a series of investigations.
28.05.2015 Latest Global Trade Forecast has been published.
The Dail has voted in favour of the sale of the State’s 25pc stake in Aer Lingus to IAG.
AIB has appointed its director of retail and business banking Bernard Byrne to succeed David Duffy as chief executive officer with immediate effect.
Managing partner of GMcG Chartered Accountants Group Tony Nicholl has been elected president of Chartered Accountants Ireland - the first president of the all-Ireland body to come from Northern Ireland since 2011.
Dublin Airport is expecting 330,000 passengers to pass through over the June Bank Holiday weekend, which is a 14pc increase when compared to the same long weekend last year.
At the International Literature Festival Dublin this year the words of great writers alive and dead were woven into the fabric of Dublin across nine days.
Toyota Ireland has announced the appointment of Michael Gaynor to the board of directors of Toyota Ireland.
Gaelectric has agreed a new partnership with Tesla that will see it deploy the Californian company’s first battery power utility-scale project in Ireland.
Blacknight has announced that .irish domain landrush is now available to the global Irish community.
Ireland’s largest rooftop solar installation – a 3.6 MW system with 14,000 solar PV panels – has been officially unveiled this week on the roof of aerospace company Bombardier’s 50,000 sq m wing facility in Belfast.
Irish-owned home entertainment chain Golden Disc Group has reported a 43pc increase in turnover to €12m for the year end June 2014, having opened six new stores during that financial year.
The Irish Council for Social Housing (ICSH) has announced a nationwide programme of activities to mark European Neighbours' Day, which falls tomorrow, 29 May.
The opening by American professional services firm Marsh & McLennan of a new innovation centre in Dublin today, 28 May, is expected to create up to 100 highly skilled jobs.
Ireland has dropped from 16th to 15th position in the IMD World Competitiveness Yearbook ranking of 61 economies.
Oxfam CEO Jim Clarken is to address the European Parliament TAXE committee.
The Burren Food Trail has won the Irish leg of this year’s European Destination of Excellence - Tourism and Local Gastronomy award, beating runners up Cong Food Village, Co Mayo, West Waterford and the Wild Atlantic Way Co Sligo Food Trail.
Dublin’s four local authorities are hoping to encourage private landlords to lease their houses and apartments to them in a new campaign.
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.
Jane McCorkell from Kilsallaghan in Co Meath has been revealed as the overall large garden winner at Bord Bia’s Bloom 2015 festival, which begins its five-day stint in the Phoenix Park in Dublin today.
Dublin game developer Digit Game Studios has launched a recruitment drive to take on 40 new employees and triple its current headcount of 20.
As this June bank holiday weekend marks the 21st Sky Cat Laughs Comedy Festival, with a world-class showcase of Irish and international talent taking place across Kilkenny City from 28 May to 1 June, part of Ireland’s ancient east and renowned as the cultural and heritage capital of Ireland, the Marble City says it has some stand-up acts of its own.
Ottawa-headquartered cloud-based commerce platform Shopify is setting up customer service operations in Galway where it’s planning to hire up to 50 people by the end of next year.
Forecourt retailer Applegreen said today that it’s hoping to raise €70m through an initial public offering and will apply to trade on the AIM and ESM.
The Sky Cat Laughs, which takes place from 28 May to 1 June, officially comes of age tonight with a special birthday gig to mark the 21st outing of the comedy festival that has grown to be one of the world’s best loved and one that has established the careers of some of the biggest stars in the business.
Community-based social enterprise Foodcloud has won the Google Adopt a Startup programme following a pitching competition in the Foundry at Google in Dublin.
Dublin-based company Auxilion has invested €800,000 in a new project support service that it is marketing in Ireland and overseas.
Former chief executive officer of the Irish Financial Services Regulatory Authority Patrick Neary will appear before the Oireachtas Banking Inquiry as part of its nexus phase public hearings tomorrow, 28 May 2015.
The spotlight was firmly on the future of Irish fashion with a clear presence of emerging creative talent at this year’s Annual National College of Art and Design Fashion Show, which took place in the Grafton Suite at The Westbury during the Year of Irish Design.
The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) has published its annual report and financial statements for 2014.
Irish family-owned forecourt convenience retailer Maxol is investing €1.1m in the revamp of five of its stores in counties Cork, Wexford, Tipperary and Laois over the next three months.
The Governor of the Central Bank Prof Patrick Honohan will appear before the Oireachtas Joint Committee on Finance, Public Expenditure and Reform tomorrow as part of its meetings on the banking sector in Ireland.
UCD and its students contribute €1.3bn a year to the Irish economy and generate more than 8,900 jobs, according to a new report.
A total investment fund of €2m is being made available to young people as part of the Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur programme, launched today for 2015.
Powerscourt Hotel Resort & Spa is partnering with Taste of Dublin to sponsor the Style Afternoon on Friday, 12 of June taking place at the Iveagh Gardens between 12–4pm.
Co Kildare based cloud services company vCloud has opened an office in Warsaw, further to signing a partnership agreement with Poland-based outsourcing company itWorks SA.
Thirty-four Irish companies have travelled to South Africa this week for a four-day Enterprise Ireland trade mission that will include events in Johannesburg and Cape Town.
Two years since it was opened by co-founder of O’Hara’s Brewery Seamus O’Hara, craft beer pub Brewery Corner in Kilkenny has announced that it is now stocking 100 Irish and international craft beers and has launched a summer programme.
It’s the sixth annual National Fish & Chips Day and, according to its organisers, more than 200,000 people are expected to visit their local ITICA chipper today where they will be offered half price fish and chips to mark the occasion.
Management consultant Frank O’Flynn and NTMA director Frank O’Connor have been appointed to the board of the National Oil Reserves Agency (Nora) by Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources, Alex White.
Ontario-based cybersecurity company eSentire Inc is to locate its new European HQ and security operations centre in Ballincollig, Co Cork, where it plans to create nearly 100 jobs over the next five years.
The Shanghai Education Exhibition is taking place in City Hall Cork on 2 June, which will give students in Ireland the opportunity to meet with second and third level institutions from China.
The Government has decided to support IAG’s offer for Aer Lingus.
Nicola Weldon is marketing director of the meats portfolio within Kerry Foods, responsible for brands such Denny, Galtee, Shaws, Fire & Smoke and Ballyfree.
Ibec and the Department of Justice and Equality will today jointly host a major conference in the Mansion House to actively promote gender-balanced leadership in Ireland.
A new report titled ‘Second Hand Ireland’ has revealed a mass retail movement of hundreds of thousands of people online buying and selling everyday items.
The Liberties Business Forum is inviting companies and traders to consider relocating to or establishing business roots in the area through the Liberties Showcase and Investment Expo, which will take place on Thursday, 4 June.
TuneIn has selected Adforce.com to drive mobile ad revenue in key European markets.
A new chapter in Volvo Car Ireland’s history has begun as the all-new Volvo XC90 is unveiled to Irish motorists for the first time in the waterfront setting of Bord Gáis Energy Theatre.
Seventy five Microsoft employees based in Dublin have delivered a maths programme to 500 primary school students in conjunction with Junior Achievement Ireland.
Europe’s richest game show is returning with the chance for two players each week to spin the wheel for a fortune.
Small producers who have been participating in and have completed the SuperValu Food Academy Start and Advance programmes are now being rolled out to 221 SuperValu stores nationwide, which will result in sales of over €10m in 2015.
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.