The shop first opened in March 1982
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17.04.2015 Penneys has today reopened its newly renovated Sligo store, 33 years after the shop first opened in March 1982.
17.04.2015 MSD has announced an €11.5m investment in its Carlow site this year that it said will significantly enhance facilities and services on-site.
The shop first opened in March 1982
It's described as a game-changer for the area’s economy
Aircraft was manufactured in 2008
It is making its mortgage products available through around 40 brokers
They are covering 187 sq km on the Innisowen peninsula
17.04.2015 This is to enhance facilities and services on-site.
17.04.2015 It aims to revolutionise forecourt and convenience experience.
16.04.2015 This is effective from next month.
14.04.2015 The company is an Irish vision processor.
14.04.2015 Trading statement was issued.
Penneys has today reopened its newly renovated Sligo store, 33 years after the shop first opened in March 1982.
MSD has announced an €11.5m investment in its Carlow site this year that it said will significantly enhance facilities and services on-site.
Global Shares, a software company headquartered in Clonakilty, Co Cork, is to create up to 80 jobs as part of a three-year expansion plan.
The Dún Laoghaire BID (Business Improvement District) company has described its planned next-generation cruise berth as a game-changer for the area’s economy.
Re.Store, a new Irish food, coffee and convenience concept, has joined forces with fuel retailer Topaz to revolutionise the forecourt and convenience experience.
Aircraft leasing company Fly Leasing said today that it has acquired its 55th Boeing 737-800 aircraft.
Danske Bank has announced that it has agreed a new five-year contract with An Post for the continued provision of cash and cheque lodgement services to Danske’s corporate and institutional (C&I) clients.
Dublin Airport is to become Ethiopian Airlines' European hub from next month.
Smurfit Kappa Group is to buy UK packaging and display company Inspirepac from the Logson Group for £43.5m.
Marks & Spencer (M&S) has opened a new rooftop café in its store on Grafton Street in Dublin, which features a number of sustainable initiatives such as Forest Stewardship Council certified wood in the table tops.
There was a 33pc increase in the overall number of jobs coming onto the market in March 2015 (12,138) compared to March (9,142) last year, according to the latest Morgan McKinley Irish Employment Monitor.
Hibernia REIT plc said today that the first phase at Block 3, Wyckham Point in Dundrum, Dublin 16, has been completed ahead of schedule and within budget.
Nokia and Alcatel-Lucent said today that they will be joining forces in a deal worth €15.6bn.
Recruitment company Hays has announced 60 new, full-time jobs in its Irish offices.
The value of debit card transactions is likely to exceed the amount withdrawn from ATMs for the first time in 2015, according to Banking & Payments Federation Ireland (BPFI).
Irish vision processor company Movidius has raised US$40m in funding, which will lead to the creation of up to 100 jobs in Ireland.
Ulster Bank is re-entering the broker market, announcing that it is making its mortgage products available through around 40 brokers around Ireland.
Connemara Mining has acquired five new prospecting licences covering 187 sq km on the Innisowen peninsula in Co Donegal.
In a trading statement issued today, UK discount retailer Poundland, owner of the Dealz chain in Ireland, said its total revenue in its 2015 financial year was up by 11.4pc to £1,111.5m.
Nokia said today that it is in advanced discussions with Alcatel-Lucent regarding a full combination of the two companies.
Permanent TSB said today that it intends to raise €400m through a placing of new ordinary shares in the company to institutional investors and to issue €125m of additional tier 1 capital instruments.
SuperValu has taken over from Tesco as Ireland’s largest grocery retailer, according to the latest supermarket share figures from Kantar Worldpanel in Ireland, published today for the 12 weeks ending 29 March.
Eirgrid said today that it is proposing to pay a dividend of €3m to the Exchequer.
AIB is investing €15m in Fountain Healthcare Partners Fund II, bringing the total raised by Fountain to €103m of committed capital to date.
A total of 17,054 new private cars were licensed for the first time in March 2015, up 48.5pc over the same month last year, according to CSO figures.
More than 1.8 million passengers travelled through Dublin Airport in March, up 19pc over the same period last year.
LinkedIn has agreed to buy online learning company Lynda.com for around US$1.5bn.
Dublin Airport will have almost two million extra seats available this summer, an 11pc increase in capacity over the same period last year.
The European Commission has found that Ireland’s restructuring aid to Permanent TSB (PTSB) complies with EU state aid rules.
Japanese multinational SMK Corporation is to establish a new European headquarters in Northwood Business Park, Santry in Dublin, which will employ seven people initially.
Dublin-based pharmaceutical company Perrigo today noted Mylan’s acquisition proposal but that there is no certainty that any offer will be made.
Construction sector output grew in volume terms by 10pc in 2014 to €11bn and is forecast to increase by around 26pc over the next two years, according to a report released by the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland (SCSI).
International Financial Data Services (IFDS), a global provider of outsourced administration and technology solutions to the collective investment, retirement, insurance and platform markets, has announced 75 new jobs in Dublin.
Aer Lingus Group plc has announced its traffic statistics for the month of March 2015.
Irish information security provider Ward Solutions has secured a two-year contract worth €170,000 to implement IT security systems and awareness training across National University of Ireland Galway (NUIG).
March saw a further sustained expansion of activity in the Irish service sector, according to the latest Investec PMI.
The average asking price for a house in Ireland increased by 4.6pc in the first three months of 2015, according to a report published today by Daft.ie.
Ryanair said today that it carried 6.67 million customers in March, up 28pc over the same month last year. The airline said its load factor for the month was up 10 percentage points to 90pc.
CEO of long-standing Irish construction business Bam Group Ireland Theo Cullinane says the public private partnership (PPP) stimulus package of €2.2bn that is approaching construction stage offers a “positive outlook” and should bring more confidence within the sector.
Total jobs advertised online increased by 4pc in the first quarter of 2015, according to the IrishJobs.ie Jobs Index.
Minister for Business and Employment Ged Nash has launched a new online portal aimed at encouraging businesses to pay their suppliers on time.
Gas Networks Ireland has today launched its first apprenticeship programme time in 30 years.
Global property company Kennedy Wilson and its equity partners, in a joint venture with the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) has submitted planning for its visionary development on Sir John Rogerson’s Quay in Dublin 2.
Global gaming technology services provider Xanadu Consultancy has been awarded a multi-million euro contract to enhance Matchbook.com’s betting exchange platform.
UK holiday company Center Parcs has officially announced plans to develop a €200m holiday village in Co Longford that will create 1,000 jobs.
Diageo is to acquire the 50pc interest of United National Breweries' traditional sorghum beer business in South Africa that it did not already own for an initial US$22m.
AIG has completed its acquisition of Laya Healthcare after securing full regulatory approval.
US-based testing company Prometric has entered into a three-year research partnership with Dublin City University (DCU) valued at around €1m which will create 40 new jobs in Dundalk, Co Louth.
Dairygold Co-Operative Society Ltd, the country’s largest farmer-owned dairy processor, has reported an operating profit of €27.2m on core activities for 2014.
Newry-based software company FD has bought Affinity Systems Ltd for a maximum total consideration of CAD$14.5m (£7.7m).
26.02.2015 Ex Paddy Power executive Shane Murphy has been appointed as marketing director with responsibility for EMEA at retargeting platform AdRoll in Dublin.
20.02.2015 Smurfit Executive Development at the UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School is accepting applications for a new diploma course starting in April focused on strategic growth in the dynamic life sciences sector.
28.01.2015 Businesses are now focused on growth for the future and the outlook is positive for 2015, writes Ulster Bank in Ireland CEO, Jim Brown.
25.02.2015 IDA Ireland expects to create 80,000 new jobs over the next five years through a new strategy that aims to boost foreign direct investment by over 40pc over that timeframe.
25.02.2015 Irish hiring platform Jobbio has secured €1m in funding via AIB Seed Capital Fund, MXC Capital, Enterprise Ireland, and private investment.