It intends to create around 40 jobs there over next three years
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05.12.2013 The construction sector continues to bounce back and show space to grow even more, according to a report from Construction Industry Services (CIS).
05.12.2013 The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) has selected Pepper Asset Servicing as its preferred bidder to provide services on the portfolio of personal loans, principally...
It intends to create around 40 jobs there over next three years
Number dropped to 728,000 during the month
Company has led a small group of investors
Overall KBC Ireland/ESRI index reported a decrease to 71
It was officially opened by Taoiseach Enda Kenny TD in January
05.12.2013 It's also showing space to grow even more.
05.12.2013 Company employs 170 staff in Dublin and Shannon.
05.12.2013 Survey of professionals revealed concerns.
04.12.2013 Includes the creation of 20 jobs.
04.12.2013 Announcement follows meeting with staff.
Eircom today became the only Irish operator supporting 4G on the iPhone 5, through its Meteor and eMobile brands.
The Chartered Banker Institute of the UK has accredited the Certified International Retail Banker (CIRB) qualification of the International Academy of Retail Banking (IARB), whose research and content division is based in Westport, Co Mayo.
The construction sector continues to bounce back and show space to grow even more, according to a report from Construction Industry Services (CIS).
The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) has selected Pepper Asset Servicing as its preferred bidder to provide services on the portfolio of personal loans, principally residential mortgage loans, which it may acquire from the special liquidators to IBRC.
The Department of Communications, Energy and Natural Resources has offered Providence Resources a new licensing option in the South Celtic Sea Basin.
Aer Lingus has reported a 5pc drop in passenger numbers to 728,000 in November compared to the same month last year.
A survey of 130 IT and security professionals has revealed that 59pc of Irish businesses have reviewed their IT security procedures following high profile data breaches, such as the one at Loyaltybuild recently.
Aer Lingus Regional, operated by Aer Arann, is to expand its services at Shannon Airport, including the addition of 100,000 passengers, new and expanded routes, and the creation of 20 jobs.
Pfizer has announced there will be 150 redundancies at its Newbridge plant in Co Kildare following a meeting with its 700 staff there this morning.
Irish hotel management company Prem Group has led a small group of investors in buying Merrion Hall in Ballsbridge, planning to open it under the Premier Suites brand in July 2014.
The Irish retail sector could create up to 40,000 new jobs by 2020 if it can be put on a sustainable path to recovery, according to Ibec group Retail Ireland, which has published its ‘Strategy for Retail 2014-2016’.
Accenture has launched Accenture Digital, a new growth platform that integrates the company’s digital assets, software and services across digital marketing, mobility and analytics to help clients unleash the power of digital to drive growth and create new sources of value.
Consumer sentiment in Ireland fell in November, with the overall KBC Ireland/ESRI index reporting a decrease to 71 from 76.2 in October.
Provider of fleet management solutions for SMEs Fleetmatics has created 24 jobs at its global headquarters in Tallaght, Co Dublin, which was officially opened by Taoiseach Enda Kenny TD last January.
Microsoft is expanding its Europe Middle East and Africa (EMEA) datacentre in Dublin in a €170m investment which will create 380 construction jobs and lead to 20 additional people joining the 80 people already based at the existing facility.
Members of the Irish thoroughbred industry have launched a campaign warning of the risks posed by proposed large-scale windfarms in the Midlands.
Recruitment consultancy Morgan McKinley plans to increase its efforts and investment in supporting the IDA in bringing more companies and jobs to Ireland, said CEO and founder Pat Fitzgerald marking its 25th anniversary today.
Staff in a quarter of Irish businesses now use their own mobile phones and devices at work, with managers expecting this proportion to increase in 2014, according to research commissioned by Three Ireland.
Delivery firm Nightline Delivers is predicting a 50pc increase in the number of parcels it delivers over Christmas in Ireland this year, to over 1.5 million with a total value of €75m.
Co Monaghan agri-business Grove Turkeys has secured a €3m deal to supply turkeys to Tesco stores across Ireland, which is supporting 275 seasonal jobs at the company.
Audi Ireland has reported an increase of 37pc in the uptake by Irish customers of its vehicle finance packages for 2013.
Irish financial technology firm Sentenial has signed deals with seven companies across Europe, bringing its total new business signings for 2013 to over €8m.
A new strategy document setting out the future opportunities and trends for the technology sector in Ireland will, if supported, deliver further investment, growth and jobs, according to ICT Ireland and the Irish Software Association, which developed the plan.
The official strike notice issued by ESB unions for 16 December has sparked major concerns among business organisations and associations.
Visitor attraction King John’s Castle in Limerick has been officially reopened by Minister for Finance Michael Noonan TD following a €6m revamp funded by Fáilte Ireland and Shannon Development.
Apple premium reseller iConnect is opening its first store in Ireland at Liffey Valley Shopping Centre tomorrow, 30 November.
Dublin-based PSE Power Systems has secured a €200,000 contract with the Mardyke Arena at University College Cork to deliver a combined heat and power (CHP) solution.
The number of firms becoming insolvent has fallen by 18pc during 2013, while the number of company and business start-ups is up by 9.4pc in the year to date, according to new data from Vision-net.
Eircom has announced revenues of €323m for the quarter ended 30 September 2013, the quarter of its financial year, down €32m or 9pc on the corresponding quarter in 2012.
Pharmaceutical company MSD plans to cease operations at its Swords facility in Dublin by the end of 2017, which will mean the loss of 570 jobs.
Dublin-based renewable energy group Gaelectric said today that it has agreed €92m in additional financing for its business.
Ryanair said today that passengers on all of its flights will be allowed to bring a small carry-on bag in addition to the standard 10kg cabin bag allowance from Sunday (1 December).
The number of residential accounts in early arrears of less than three months has declined. There was a 6pc quarter-on-quarter fall in the number of mortgages in arrears of less than 90 days, according to the Central Bank.
Newly incorporated Irish property investment company Hibernia REIT said today that it is hoping to raise around €350m by floating on the Irish Stock Exchange and the London Stock Exchange.
Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources, said today that none of the final bids received for Bord Gáis’s energy business were at an acceptable value.
The latest figures from the Irish Banking Federation (IBF) Mortgage Approvals Report show that 1,879 mortgages to the value of €347m were approved by lenders in Ireland during the month of October.
Irish Ferries has today announced the introduction of a new direct passenger car ferry service linking Dublin with the French port of Cherbourg, starting on Saturday 18 January.
The National Transport Authority (NTA) has entered into a partnership with Google which has resulted in Ireland’s entire public transport system being mapped on Google Maps.
Boylesports has acquired Tom Flood Bookmakers Ltd, an Irish bookmaking chain with seven outlets concentrated in the Dublin region.
UK health services company Northgate is to create 150 jobs in Co Mayo over the next three years mainly in information technology as well as a number of support roles for its existing services in Ireland.
Irish GDP is set to grow by 1pc this year and by 2.5pc in 2014, according to Davy.
The board of the European Investment Bank (EIB) has agreed in principle to provide ‘significant’ funding for the construction of the Luas cross city link between the existing red and green lines, Transport Minister Leo Varadkar said today.
Payment solutions provider Sage Pay is to create 15 new jobs at its Irish headquarters in Dublin over the next year in the areas of sales, customer services, marketing, software development and IT services.
The GAA is moving to the cloud through a new agreement with Microsoft Ireland which will mean Microsoft Office 365 will be provided to clubs and county boards and managed centrally.
Xtra-vision has agreed that consumers who pre-ordered Xbox One consoles do not have to purchase an additional game in order to collect their consoles.
Grant Thornton Debt Solutions (GT Debt Solutions) has submitted its first batch of applications to the Insolvency Service of Ireland (ISI).
Glanbia’s agribusiness division has signed a hosted unified communications deal with O2 in an effort to reduce costs and improve business efficiency.
Convenience food producer Greencore Group has reported an 8.1pc increase in operating profit to £76.5m for the year ended 27 September 2013, having made significant progress in the US market.
Irish energy supplier Vayu has signed a deal valued at €1.8m in the first year which will involve it supplying Britvic’s Irish sites with gas and 100pc green electricity.
UK headquartered company GameAccount Network has raised capital of €26.6m on admission to the Enterprise Securities Market (ESM), the Irish Stock Exchange’s (ISE) market for growth companies.
12.09.2013 University College Dublin (UCD) is celebrating the 10th anniversary of the official opening of the UCD Conway Institute of Biomolecular and Biomedical Research.
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04.09.2013 Dublin Castle was the venue for the world’s first Open Innovation 2.0 conference in May as part of Ireland’s EU presidency. Intel Labs Europe’s Martin Curley spoke to Grainne Rothery about the new concept in innovation.
10.04.2013 BMW, The Walt Disney Company, Rolex, and Google named the world’s most reputable companies in the latest The Global RepTrak 100.