Construction has started next to existing data centre at Profile Park
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01.09.2015 JD Wetherspoon is to opening its first Cork pub and its fifth in the Republic of Ireland next week.
31.08.2015 Nightline has opened a new €2m depot in North City Business Park, Dublin 11 today and announced the creation of 20 jobs.
Construction has started next to existing data centre at Profile Park
Survey says 93pc of companies have lost data; 13pc don't get any of it back
Replaces Sky Broadband after a nine year break
Joined the social media site on 30th anniversary of its first flight
Offering consumers option to build their own plans, depending on usage
21.08.2015 Will bring its total direct workforce in Ireland up to 150 people.
20.08.2015 Company has invested nearly €450m in French premium food firm.
18.08.2015 Now planning new hires and further market expansion.
17.08.2015 Thirteen retailers on board as loyalty card app live in Ireland.
17.08.2015 Manufacturing and business services are biggest growth sectors -...
JD Wetherspoon is to opening its first Cork pub and its fifth in the Republic of Ireland next week.
Nightline has opened a new €2m depot in North City Business Park, Dublin 11 today and announced the creation of 20 jobs.
Kildare Village said today is looking to fill more than 150 roles in retail and hospitability as part of its expansion plans.
Irish-owned IT outsourcing and cloud support company IT Alliance is to create 25 new jobs by the end of the year as it expands its project management operations.
UPC Ireland is to be rebranded as Virgin Media. The company has not specified how soon this will happen.
Deloitte has announced the creation of 400 new jobs in its consultancy business.
Dublin-headquartered McGowans Print said this week that it has become the first company in the UK and Ireland to buy a Rho 1312 as part of a €2m investment with printer manufacturer Durst in the past 18 months.
Executive Helicopters has been named as the preferred tenderer for a four-year air service contract to the Aran Islands.
Google is bringing its Tech Hub Network to Dublin through a partnership with technology start-up space Dogpatch Labs.
Average weekly earnings in Ireland in the second quarter of this year were €697.52, up 1.8pc from €684.97 a year earlier, according to the CSO.
CRH has announced the acquisition of Los Angeles-headquartered CR Laurence (CRL) for US$1.3bn.
The number of trips into Ireland between May and July 2015 was up by 11.8pc – or 273,600 – over the same period last year to 2,589,300 journeys, according to new CSO figures.
Dublin has beaten off competition from Munich, Vienna and Istanbul to host the 37th International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS) in December 2016.
The boards of Paddy Power and Betfair said today that they have agreed the main terms of a possible merger, which would be known as Paddy Power Betfair plc.
European stock markets have been trading well this afternoon after the news that China has cut its one-year lending rate by 25 basis points to 4.6pc.
Ryanair is set to launch a new car hire service powered by CarTrawler, the Dublin-headquartered travel technology platform and online aggregator of car rental services.
Ulster Bank said today that it has agreed to provide €4m in finance for the acquisition and expansion of the Sancta Maria Nursing Home in Kinnegad, Co Westmeath.
Biotech company Amgen’s US$300m state-of-art manufacturing facility in Dun Laoghaire was officially opened this morning.
Vodafone Ireland said today that it is investing €7m to provide new data centre services for its business and public sector customers in Ireland.
Estate agency Gunne has rebranded and changed its name to Quillsen.
Mainstay Medical has secured a US$15m debt facility that it said will be used to help commercialise ReActiv8, its implantable medical device for people with chronic low back pain.
Kingspan recorded revenues of €1.24bn in the first half of 2015, up 39pc over the previous year (29pc pre-currency).
Hibernia Reit is forming a joint venture with an affiliate of Starwood Capital Group to own and develop the one-acre Windmill Lane site in Dublin’s South Docks.
Irish electricity provider PrePayPower is to create 50 new jobs, mainly in sales, which will bring its total direct workforce in Ireland up to 150 people.
Google said today that it has started construction on a new €150m data centre at Profile Park in West Dublin.
American digital business solutions provider 6D Global Technologies is opening an office in Dublin in order to expand its operations into Europe.
Food business Aryzta said today that it completed its 49pc acquisition of French premium food company Picard yesterday.
Aldi has today opened a new store in Ardkeen in Waterford City, creating 20 jobs.
Ireland’s newest mobile operator – ID – has launched today in the Irish market.
Emirates is hosting a cabin crew open day at Saturday 29 August at the Hilton Hotel on Charlemont Place in Dublin 2.
Semiconductor manufacturer Analog Devices is to invest around €190m upfront in a new retirement arrangement in Ireland as it converts its defined benefit (DB) pension plan to a defined contribution (DC) plan.
Glanbia has reported group revenue of €1.9bn in the first half of 2015.
IAG has just announced that Ryanair has accepted the group’s offer for all of its shares in Aer Lingus.
The National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) has announced the cancellation of €500m of the Irish floating rate Treasury bond due to mature on 18 June 2038.
The national average rent in the second quarter of 2015 was €934, up 8.6pc from €860 a year previously, according to Daft.ie’s latest rental report.
New figures reveal that €220m was spent under the Home Renovation Incentive scheme in the first seven months of 2015, an average of over €7m a week.
Ireland’s recovery is being driven by just 40pc of the country’s firms, while manufacturing and business services are the two biggest growth sectors, according to InterTradeIreland’s latest quarterly business monitor (Q2).
An EU-wide survey has revealed that 7pc of Irish companies’ yearly revenue has been written off as a consequence of late payments compared to the European average of 3.1pc.
Cash deals continue to account for 50pc of housing transactions in Ireland despite a 30pc increase in mortgage drawdowns, according to property consultants Savills.
The Irish portion of a US$300m transatlantic fibre optic cable which will have the capacity to handle one third of the world’s telephone calls is landing today, 14 August, in Killala, Co Mayo.
Businesses in Ireland are slightly behind the rest of the world when it comes to automating business functions, with 48pc in the Grant Thornton International Business Report (IBR) having already done so or in the process of doing so, compared to the global average of 55pc.
The Irish Stock Exchange plans to expand its headquarters in Dublin in a €10m investment to facilitate the continued growth of its Irish and international businesses.
Irish-owned telecoms company Pure Telecom is to create 30 new jobs over the next two years in customer care, sales and technical support as part of a €2m investment.
There was a 33pc increase in the number of professional job opportunities in July compared to the same month last year to 12,887, according to the Morgan McKinley Irish Employment Monitor.
Supermac’s founders Pat and Una McDonagh have announced plans to develop three motorway service stations over the next two years, creating 220 jobs.
Sandyford-based accountancy firm HLB Sheehan Quinn has announced the creation of 20 new jobs as the result of continued expansion.
The Irish hotel sector experienced its third successive year of growth in 2014 with improvements across key performance metrics, according to Crowe Horwath’s 20th annual Irish hotel survey.
Irish consumer spending accelerated for the second month in row in July, when it grew by 6.1pc, according to Visa Europe’s latest Irish consumer spending index.
Google has announced a restructuring of the organisation that will see the creation of a new parent company, Alphabet.
Aircraft leasing company Avolon said today that it has entered into exclusive talks with China’s Bohai Leasing regarding a US$2.6bn takeover of the Irish company.
24.07.2015 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.
23.07.2015 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.
20.07.2015 Irish-owned business process management company Abtran is to hire 100 people as part of an expansion of its consulting and technology services division in Dublin’s IFSC.
23.07.2015 Figures released by the Central Statistics Office indicate that this was the best ever January to June period for overseas visitors.
23.07.2015 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.