They were found not guilty of the Quinn loans
14.04.2014 Some 270 jobs are expected to be created over the next five years thanks to a planned €80m investment in a new manufacturing facility in Limerick by Ethicon Biosurgery.
07.04.2014 Ibec said today that Ireland’s GDP will increase by 2.9pc in 2014, a slight upward revision on the group’s forecast of 2.8pc for the year last December.
They were found not guilty of the Quinn loans
Hiring is currently underway for several jobs
The race is coming to Ireland next month
It was bought by TradeWind Energy Inc for US$60m
Activity levels well up year-on-year
17.04.2014 He was found not guilty of all charges against him.
17.04.2014 Company says customers will save on their mobile bills.
17.04.2014 Company is based in Clare.
17.04.2014 It's taking place from 14 to 25 May.
Dalkey, Co Dublin is to be launched as the first ‘Smartnet’ town in Ireland next Friday, 25 April, with over 20 merchants taking part.
Queen’s University Belfast’s vice-chancellor, Prof Patrick Johnston has been elected a fellow of the European Academy of Cancer Sciences.
Newstalk has issued a statement this afternoon claiming that RTÉ’s decision to refuse to broadcast an ad submitted by the radio station submitted is in contravention of its public sector broadcasting remit.
Anne Buttimer, emeritus professor of geography at UCD has been awarded the 2014 Lifetime Achievement Honors by the Association of American Geographers.
Twenty years ago Ireland was viewed as a small island on the edge of Europe not very well known for producing high quality chocolate and Lily O’Brien’s main export market was the UK.
The board of oilfield services company Weatherford International has approved plans to move its legal domicile from Switzerland to Ireland.
Barnes & Noble chairman Leonard Riggio has the announced sale of 3.7 million in the bookselling giant.
Irish-owned company Leading Edge Group and the School of Pharmacy at University College Cork (UCC) have launched a new initiative to deliver a ‘lean’ programme to all pharmacies across the South/South West Hospital Group.
The Ray D’Arcy Show and its listeners have raised over €500,000 for LauraLynn Ireland’s Children’s Hospice.
The Hunter, The Sabre, the Yaks and the Vampires are among the acts that will appear for the first time at the Bray Air Display on Sunday 20 July.
Colombian president Juan Manuel Santos has announced three days of mourning to honour the memory of Nobel prize winning author Gabriel Garcia Marquez, who died yesterday afternoon in Mexico City.
The third generation Audi A3 has been named the 2014 World Car of the Year at the New York Auto Show, which opens today and runs until 27 April.
Global merger and acquisition deal volumes are expected to make a strong resurgence by the middle of this year, with 8,000 transactions predicted in the second quarter, according to Deloitte’s latest M&A Index.
Enhanced cross-border cooperation for innovation can lead to greater global openness, increased regional attractiveness and competitiveness, according to a new report from the Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD).
Low carbon energy projects around Europe are to benefit from a €2bn funding boost after the sales of 300 million emission allowances.
Galway-based start-up Mission Possible is to appear on RTE’s Dragons’ Den on 27 April.
PR firm Edelman Ireland has agreed a partnership agreement with the Marketing Institute of Ireland which includes its sponsorship of the Marketing Innovation Award at the All Ireland Marketing Awards which will take place in Dublin on 8 May.
Aer Lingus Regional, operated by Stobart Air, has reported a 9pc rise in passenger numbers for March to 94,242, compared to the same month last year.
Škoda Ireland has announced a 26pc increase in first quarter sales compared to the same period last year, to reach 3,544 new vehicles, giving it a 7.1pc market share here.
Co-founder of West Cork jam making company Folláin Mairin Uí Lionaird explains how the company plans to expand after over 20 years in operation.
StudyNotes.ie, an e-learning hub for both students and teachers, has been set up by in the past year by a group of first-year students at NUI Maynooth to try help second-level students throughout the country.
ICT provider Trilogy Technologies said today that is creating 30 new jobs and expanding its Irish presence with the opening of new facilities in Dublin 8.
PetroNeft said today that it has entered into a farmout agreement with Oil India Ltd (OIL) for a 50pc interest in Licence 61 in Russia.
Minister for housing and planning Jan O’Sullivan TD has announced that 952 vacant local authority homes around Ireland are to be renovated under a €15m funding package.
Patrick Whelan and William McAteer have been found guilty of providing illegal loans to the so-called Maple 10.
The film ‘Jimmy’s Hall’ directed by Ken Loach has been selected for the Festival de Cannes which is taking place from 14 to 25 May.
A three-year plan to increase the uptake of science, technology, engineering and maths (Stem) subjects at second and third level was launched today by Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton.
The Nimbus Centre for Embedded Systems Research at Cork Institute of Technology (CIT) will create 27 new hi-tech research and development positions this year.
As Ireland prepares to welcome the Giro d’Italia, JCDecaux provided a novel platform to promote the race, which kicks off at the Titanic Quarter in Belfast on 9 May for a time trial stage to Stormont and back.
Researchers at the Nimbus Centre at Cork Institute of Technology (CIT) have won the gold medal for the most accurate infrastructure free indoor radio localisation and tracking system at a Microsoft sponsored competition at CPSWeek in Berlin, Germany.
UPC is launching two new services, Horizon Phone App and Horizon Wi-Free, both of which it says will enable its customers to save money on their mobile bills.
Irish indie band Kodaline used the crowd-sourced video technology of Dublin start-up FanFootage at their biggest headline show to date at the O2 Arena in the capital recently.
NTR said today that its US company Wind Capital Group LLC has sold the 150MW Osage wind farm in Oklahoma to TradeWind Energy Inc for US$60m (€44m).
Ireland’s commercial real estate market maintained its momentum in the first quarter of 2014, with activity levels well up year-on-year, according to a new report from Davy Research.
The first signs of a possible economic recovery have been seen over the last year, according to the Irish League of Credit Unions (ICLU), which this morning released its latest ‘What’s Left’ tracker.
Diageo said today that it delivered a 0.3pc organic net sales growth in the nine months to 31 March 2014. In the most recent quarter, however, net sales were down 1.3pc.
Former Anglo Irish Bank chairman Seán FitzPatrick was yesterday afternoon found not guilty of all charges against him.
Clare-based food diagnostics company AltraTech Ltd has announced a €900,000 investment, €650,000 of which was provided by Kernel Capital through the Bank of Ireland Seed and Early Stage Equity Fund with the remainder coming from Enterprise Ireland and the company founders.
The number of Northern Ireland residents using Dublin Airport increased by 11pc to more than 570,000 last year, according to the Dublin Airport Authority (DAA).
Facebook’s chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg was in Dublin today at the social network’s office.
The text of the Health (General Practitioners Service) Bill 2014 has been approved by Government this afternoon and will now be published and introduced to the Oireachtas.
Abbott has reported a 0.5pc increase in global sales to $5.24bn in the first quarter, driven by growth in diagnostics and adult nutrition as well as double-digit growth in eye care.
Tanya Duncan, managing director of Interxion, on getting ahead as a woman in the tech industry, gender quotas and being a positive role model.
Love Irish Food has unveiled a new digital campaign, the ‘Selfie Chef’ competition, encouraging consumers to showcase their cooking skills.
More and more employers in Ireland are realising the importance of nurturing an entrepreneurial attitude among their staff to help drive growth, according research by workspace provider Regus.
Ikea has announced its first wind farm investment in the United States with the purchase of the 98 megawatt Hoopeston Wind in Hoopeston, Illinois.
Ivan Pratt, director at Avoca, outlines how exports have evolved for the company which started from a disused mill in Co Wicklow.
Sky has started to trial #WatchOnSky, a new tool on Twitter that lets Sky customers watch or record TV shows, sporting events and movies by simply clicking icons contained within a tweet.
Irish Residential Properties REIT plc began trading on the Irish Stock Exchange today.
The Advertising Standards Authority of Ireland (ASAI) resolved 1,232 formal complaints in 2013, according to its annual report presented today at the ASAI’s annual general meeting (AGM).
14.04.2014 As chairman of the National Asset Management Agency for the last four years, Frank Daly has been somewhat surprised by just how public a role it has been.
14.04.2014 Having founded her first company in Dublin with her brother Adrian in 1996, Niamh Bushnell went on to become a force to be reckoned with in the New York start-up scene from three different angles – as consultant, investor and entrepreneur.
14.04.2014 Looking at the food and drink industry’s structure, one of the notable things to happen over the years is that the middle ground has become vacant, observes Michael Carey, chairman of Bord Bia.
10.04.2014 Earlier this week it was announced that the OpenSSL cryptographic software library has a serious vulnerability called the Heartbleed Bug. Here, Trend Micro’s global threat communications manager Christopher Budd, provides some of the facts regarding the problems posed by Heartbleed.
14.04.2014 Dublin headquartered start-up CleverBug has raised a total of US$8m in funding since November 2011 and CEO and founder Kealan Lennon is aiming for a US$1bn initial public offering (IPO) within five years as he takes on the US$27bn global greeting card market.