The Colette Fitzpatrick Show starts at 9am on 2 August
28.07.2015 Permanent TSB (PTSB) has today announced a mortgage redress programme to compensate the 1,372 mortgage customers who lost their tracker rate mortgages due to failures by the group.
28.07.2015 On-demand car service Uber has picked Limerick for its first 'centre of excellence' outside the US.
The Colette Fitzpatrick Show starts at 9am on 2 August
Its first international base outside the UK, in Cork Airport
Nestlé Ireland has launched a 170g sharing block of its flagship brand
Part of a strategic partnership with Denis O’Brien’s company Digicel
The first town powered by ESB Vodafone joint venture
28.07.2015 Permanent TSB has announced a mortgage redress programme to compensate the...
28.07.2015 There is a severe shortage of chefs in Ireland and not enough chef training...
28.07.2015 Agri-services group Origin Enterprises has agreed to make two acquisitions in...
27.07.2015 Chef Kevin Dundon, proprietor of Dunbrody Country House Hotel and Cookery...
27.07.2015 Parcel delivery supplier DPD Ireland has made a €1.9m investment in upgrading...
VHI said today that it has been authorised by the Central Bank as a non-life insurance and an insurance intermediary.
Nestlé Ireland has launched a 170g sharing block of its flagship brand called Kitkat Snap & Share and available in two flavours – milk chocolate and cookies and cream.
The Institute of Certified Public Accountants in Ireland (CPA Ireland) has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Bangladesh (ICAB) to deliver a unique online CPA certificate in IPSAS financial reporting in that market.
There is a severe shortage of chefs in Ireland and not enough chef training centres, which is threatening growth in the restaurant sector, according the Restaurants Association of Ireland (RAI).
Market intelligence company Industrial Info Resources (IIR) has officially opened its new 16,500 sq ft office in Ballybrit in Galway today.
Agri-services group Origin Enterprises has agreed to make two acquisitions in Romania for a total of €54.4m and has sold its 32pc stake in Valeo Foods Group for €86.6m.
Marks & Spencer is to sponsor a new radio show to be presented by TV3 news anchor Colette Fitzpatrick starting on Newstalk 106-108 FM next Sunday, 2 August.
UK company Weston Aviation is to open a new business aviation centre at Cork Airport where it will hire a team locally in sales, ground handling and administration over the next two years.
Dublin-based tech firm HeyStaks plans to hire 20 people within a year in commercial and technical roles further to raising €1.5m as part of a strategic partnership with Denis O’Brien’s company Digicel.
Permanent TSB (PTSB) has today announced a mortgage redress programme to compensate the 1,372 mortgage customers who lost their tracker rate mortgages due to failures by the group.
Greencore had revenues of £346.5m in the 13 weeks to 26 June 2015, up 6.2pc over last year on both a reported and a like-for-like basis.
On-demand car service Uber has picked Limerick for its first 'centre of excellence' outside the US.
Chef Kevin Dundon, proprietor of Dunbrody Country House Hotel and Cookery School in Co Wexford has been announced as a Ford ambassador.
New regulations are being introduced to protect the integrity of three Irish spirit drinks products by ensuring that products labelled as Irish whiskey, Irish poitín and Irish cream are produced on the island of Ireland according to strict technical specifications notified to European Commission.
Data centre provider Interxion has secured a contract with Dublin-headquartered firm Idiro Analytics to host its worldwide data centre services in the Irish capital.
BBF Capital Partners, a fund that provides bespoke short term bridging finance to the Irish commercial property market, has advanced €25m of its initial €50m in its first five months of operation, the lender said today.
Johnny Sexton has been named as a brand ambassador for Lexus until 2019.
Dundalk is to be the first town powered by Siro, the ESB Vodafone joint venture that is in the process of bringing a 100pc fibre optic broadband network to 50 towns across the country.
American biopharmaceutical services provider Parexel is opening a new global ‘decision-making hub’ in Dublin 8 where it plans to create 130 new jobs over the next 18 months.
The shortlist of 15 towns and villages being considered for the 2015 Tourism Towns Awards has been published by Fáilte Ireland.
Parcel delivery supplier DPD Ireland has made a €1.9m investment in upgrading 800 scanners within its network of 38 depots.
Irish people spent €1.26bn abroad with Visa cards in 2014, which was a 17pc increase on the previous year, according to figures released from Visa Europe.
The co-working initiative for tech start-ups Dogpatch Labs is to develop over 8,000 sq ft of new space in the 200 year old vaults below the CHQ building in Dublin’s Docklands in a new partnership with Ulster Bank.
Ireland needs an income tax system that better rewards work and is more attractive to mobile talent, according to employer organisation Ibec in its Budget 2016 submission released today.
Ryanair has reported a 25pc increase in first quarter profit to €245m, driven by a 16pc growth in passenger numbers to 28 million.
In Dublin as part of Hennessy’s 250th anniversary celebrations, president and CEO Bernard Peillon outlined the brand’s values and the importance of its Irish roots.
The official Irish Rugby World Cup 2015 jerseys went on sale today in Ireland’s only Official Rugby World Cup store which is located in The Loop at Terminal 1 in Dublin Airport.
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.
Amazon has taken over from Wal-Mart Stores as the world’s biggest retailer by market value following the release of its second-quarter results yesterday, 23 July, which led to a sharp rise in its share price.
Venture capital (VC)-backed companies globally raised US$59.8bn in the first half of the year, up 49pc over the first six months in 2014, according to a new report from KPMG and CB Insights.
Irish food processing company ABP Food Group has completed a €50m redevelopment of its facilities in Cahir, Co Tipperary, which has created 152 new jobs to date there with more expected in the future.
Dr Tom Collins has been appointed chairperson of the Public Water Forum by Minister for Environment, Community and Local Government, Alan Kelly.
Maxol is planning to open a service station on the N3 at Mulhuddart next January that the company said will be its largest to date.
Mobile parking operator Parkbytext has announced details of its sponsorship arrangement for the Discover Ireland Dublin Horse Show.
There were two developments that were particularly positive for Ireland’s debt dynamics in the first half of this year – the issue of our first ever 30-year bond and the completion of the early repayment of just over €18bn of Ireland’s IMF loan facility, according to National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) chief executive Conor O’Kelly.
Education company Pearson has agreed the sale of FT Group to Japan’s Nikkei Inc for £844m in cash.
Figures released by the Central Statistics Office indicate that this was the best ever January to June period for overseas visitors.
Retailer Life Style Sports has launched an unusual promotion – it will refund anyone who buys the new Ireland Rugby jersey in-store or online on certain dates if Ireland becomes world champions.
Twenty five year old Irish chef, Paul Hannegan, is making his mark in London having opened luxury catering company called Cuisson there in 2011.
Nearly three quarters (72pc) of employees in a new survey say they would be more likely to stick with a company that cared about their health.
Nominations for the 30 categories in the Web & eCommerce Awards are now open, with the new categories of ‘Best Sports News Site’ and ‘Best Podcast’ having been added to reflect the high growth in these areas in recent years.
The total number of jobs available in Ireland during the second quarter of 2015 was up 17pc over the same quarter last year, according to the IrishJobs.ie Jobs Index.
Irish translation software company Iconic Translation Machines said today that it will be creating 15 new jobs at its Glasnevin headquarters after raising €400,000 in seed funding.
Eishtec has been selected by Ireland’s next mobile phone operator, ID Mobile, as its customer service provider.
Kyoto-headquartered Rohm said today that it has completed the US$70m (€64m) all-cash acquisition of Cork-based, privately owned digital power IC company Powervation.
Nine out of ten Irish adults made online purchases last year, with clothing and footwear (49pc), hotel and accommodation (46pc) and transport services (44pc) the most popular items purchased online, according to the latest findings from the Deloitte Consumer Review.
DIY brand Woodie’s has launched an event which aims to raise enough money to grant 37 children’s wishes – the equivalent of one wish for each of its 37 stores nationwide.
Boots Ireland has launched an initiative in partnership with the Irish Cancer Society to make a pharmacist available in its stores to provide information and support services to those affected by cancer in the community.
Around 10,000 visitors are expected to arrive into Dublin on four cruise ships docking in Dublin port tomorrow, 23 July - the Magellan, Horizon, Celebrity Silhouette and Royal Princess.
International airline Emirates has introduced the recently released Dom Pérignon Vintage 2005 and Vintage Rosé 2003 across different routes for its first class customers as part of its global partnership with the champagne brand.
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.