It involved 200 Harley Davidson owners
16.10.2014 McDonald’s Restaurants of Ireland has officially opened a new drive-thru restaurant in Dublin Airport involving a €2m investment and the creation of 60 new jobs.
14.10.2014 As part of Budget 2015 Finance Minster Michael Noonan is publishing a road map to secure Ireland's place as the destination for the best and most successful companies in the world.
It involved 200 Harley Davidson owners
They are Mario Nintendo, Sonic the Hedgehog, Pac Man and Space Invaders
It has signed a 10-year broadcasting contract
This is a series of exclusive, specially priced advance screenings
Company is a Newry-based software provider
17.10.2014 New statistics have been published.
17.10.2014 In one programme, 57pc of Irish participants were selected.
17.10.2014 Senior sponsorship manager in Heineken shares his insights.
17.10.2014 It aims to encourage the tradition of choral music.
16.10.2014 Business to business workshop taking place.
A total of 42 nations will kick off the competition for the men’s Homeless World Cup with 12 women’s teams competing for the women’s Homeless World Cup and 57 teams in total taking part in approximately 350 fast paced street soccer matches over the week long tournament in Santiago from Sunday, 19 October through to the finals on Sunday, 26 October.
Ireland’s first degree in audiology, offered by Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT), is on a par with the standards of similar UK and other international programmes, according to a report.
Over 300 of Ireland’s leading CEOs are expected to attend this year’s CEO Forum, which is taking place in Dublin Castle on 26 November with the central theme of ‘Internationalisation – rising to the challenges’.
The volume of shares traded on the Irish Stock Exchange (ISE) stood at a record high at the end of the third quarter of 2014, according to new statistics published by the ISE.
The first ever Doolin Harley Festival in Co Clare involving 200 Harley Davidson owners from across Ireland, the UK and the US, has raised €37,589 for local cancer charities.
Minister for Arts, Culture and the Gaeltacht Heather Humphreys has launched The All Island Schools Choir Competition which aims to encourage the tradition of choral music in second-level schools around the country.
An Post has issued four stamps celebrating the most recognisable game icons in modern international culture – Mario Nintendo, Sonic the Hedgehog, Pac Man and Space Invaders.
Karl Donnelly is senior sponsorship manager in Heineken.
Dublin radio station Sunshine 106.8 has launched a new look and feel for its branding following the signing of ten-year broadcasting contract in September with the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland.
Aer Lingus Regional, operated by Stobart Air, has announced it has added extra capacity on its Dublin to Glasgow route to cater for Irish supporters travelling to Scotland for the European Championship qualifier game on 14 November.
Odeon has announced the launch of Screen Unseen, its new series of exclusive, specially priced advance screenings.
The Cork Counselling Centre is hosting a Halloween Fancy Dress Party in Cork City Gaol on Friday, 31 October to support the work of the centre.
Newry-based software provider First Derivatives has acquired a further 46.47pc stake in Californian big data vendor Kx Systems for £36m, increasing its holding to 65.2pc.
Research collaborations between Irish SMEs and higher education institutions (HEIs) have secured over €9.1m from the Horizon 2020 EU research and innovation programme.
The Shine A Light Night Sleep-Out for Focus Ireland takes place tonight when business and community leaders will swop their beds for a cardboard roll-out to raise much needed funds for those without a permanent roof over their heads.
For children growing up, computer coding is now widely considered by the public to be just as important as maths, science and languages – including Irish, according to research commissioned by UPC Ireland.
Dublin tech company Restored Hearing has been chosen to participate at the Kairos Global Summit in the US this month as a Kairos 50 (K50) company.
With an executive career of 37 years at Unilever, Niall FitzGerald has assumed the chair of the UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School Advisory Board as of this month.
As the 2014 Web Summit in Dublin approaches, The Open University has taken a look through the advice and recommendations provided by previous attendees – including investors, start-ups, and journalists – to provide a list of tips from personal experience to help start-ups stand out from the crowd.
Eleven tour operators from China have been visiting various attractions around Ireland in advance of a business to business workshop with Irish tourism enterprises in Dublin today, 16 October.
Bespoke street art by ‘artivist’ Will St Leger in Dublin’s City Centre is part of a multimedia campaign by coffee brand Kenco to raise awareness of its ‘Coffee vs Gangs’ initiative.
Terminalfour has announced the completion of a €1.4m investment in its higher education digital engagement platform.
Dubliner Cheese is unveiling a new look across its award-winning range of cheese, which includes Dubliner Original, Vintage and Lighter – and the new packs will be hitting shelves all over Ireland in the coming weeks.
Up to 4,000 candidates are expected at Jobjunction, a new jobs fair hosted by Irish recruitment website Jobs.ie.
The Irish Medical Organisation (IMO) has issued a statement after meeting with the HSE to discuss the HSE’s contingency plans in the event of an Ebola case in Ireland.
Irish retailers can expect a boost in sales this year as consumers continue to embrace Halloween as a major festival, according to new research commissioned by ecommerce partner Webloyalty.
DublinTown, the collective of 2,500 businesses in Dublin city centre, has launched a new Group Waste Scheme for city centre businesses, promising to cut waste collection charges by up to 20pc, while offering businesses greater control over their waste management service.
Aldi has opened a new store in Glanmire, Co Cork, bringing the total number of Aldi stores in Ireland to 112 and creating 20 new jobs.
US-based medical technology giant BD has acquired Limerick biotech company GenCell Biosystems for an undisclosed amount, although reports have estimated it could be in the region of US$150m.
Ireland has been ranked 20th among 55 countries in terms of its attractiveness as a work location in the Indeed Hiring Lab’s Location Desirability Index.
McDonald’s Restaurants of Ireland has officially opened a new drive-thru restaurant in Dublin Airport involving a €2m investment and the creation of 60 new jobs.
The value of hotel sales in Ireland could be close to €1bn by the end of the year, according to property consultants, Savills Ireland.
British Airways will start flying into the heart of London’s financial district later this month with the introduction of new direct flights from Dublin to London City Airport.
Munster and Ireland Rugby player Donncha O'Callaghan celebrated his new series on RTÉjr ‘What’s Your Game?’ by joining the stars of another new series Twigín to launch a new season of programming on RTÉj.
Managing director of Wexford-based business Chevron Training and Recruitment Karl Fitzpatrick will be part of the Chambers Ireland delegation that will travel to Brussels tomorrow, 16 October, to participate in the European Parliament of Enterprises (EPE).
The second #RaboTweeties awards have been launched.
Nearly three-quarters (73pc) of Irish business leaders are of the view that Budget 2015 will improve the outlook for the Irish economy, according to the findings in the PwC Post Budget Opinion Poll carried out at its Budget Breakfast attended by over 500 business leaders.
Continuing on its roll of expansion, the Dalata Hotel Group has added the Tower Hotel Derry to its portfolio, re-branding it to Maldron Hotel Derry.
Sean McCormick has been appointed head of engineering by hotel group Jurys Inn.
Irish chocolate treats company Broderick’s has launched a new product called Mini Bites, which is a box containing six mini versions of its Tiffin, Rocky Road and Caramel Slice bars.
Supermarket chain Iceland has announced it is to open two stores in Munster, creating 44 new jobs.
The latest trade figures from the Central Statistics Office show that goods exports were up 6pc in August compared to August 2013 to reach €7.97bn.
Ryder Cup winning captain Paul McGinley will make one of his first speaking appearances post his Ryder Cup success in Gleneagles at Web Summit 2014.
Northern Irish IT managed services company Leaf has opened new offices in central Dublin where it will employ ten people by the end of this year with plans to grow this to 50.
Irish-owned investment group RHP Bidco has acquired Quinn Radiators from Aventas Manufacturing Group for an undisclosed amount.
Hilton Worldwide has announced the launch of Canopy by Hilton, a new hotel brand that redefines the lifestyle category around the mindset of today’s leisure and business travellers.
The Nightmare Realm in Cork is partnering with local businesses to increase the offering for students and corporate groups for Halloween.
SuperValu has announced that it expects to sell 115,000 pumpkins this Halloween, which will be used for carving and cooking.
Merchandise retailer Argos has launched a new through-the-line campaign called ‘Get set go Argos’, which it says is a “complete departure from previous brand activity”.
The Irish Exporters Association (IEA) has broadly welcomed Budget 2015 describing it as “export friendly”.
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.