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26.01.2015 French airline Europe Airpost is launching a new direct scheduled summer service between Dublin and Halifax, Novia Scotia this summer.
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The IT services jobs going to Eircom, Integrity and Wipro
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07.01.2015 Fund assets serviced in Ireland rose by 19pc at end of June 2014.
SSE Airtricity said today that it plans to reduce its household energy prices from 1 April 2015.
Sunway picked up three awards and Aer Lingus won two at the Irish Travel Industry Awards 2015, which were presented at a gala dinner in the Mansion House last week.
French airline Europe Airpost is launching a new direct scheduled summer service between Dublin and Halifax, Novia Scotia this summer.
Law firm William Fry plans to take on 50 new staff during 2015, further to making 54 new appointments last year, bringing its headcount to 420.
Ticket marketplace Viagogo Group intends to double its workforce in Ireland to 200 people over the next three years, supported by IDA Ireland.
Health and lifer insurer Allianz Worldwide Care is holding a recruitment fair in Dublin this week to help fill 120 vacancies across a number of departments.
The board of Aer Lingus has confirmed receiving a revised proposal from International Consolidated Airlines Group (IAG) valuing each of the airline’s shares at €2.55.
Oman Investment Fund (OIF), Mount Kellett Capital Management, Ulster Bank, Westmont Hospitality Group and Avestus Capital Partners said today that they have entered into a definitive agreement to sell Jurys Inn to an affiliate of Lone Star Funds for £680m.
A contract for the development of the National Indoor Arena at the National Sports Campus was signed today.
BWG Group has made an offer of €23m to acquire the trading business of ADM Londis.
Recent figures show there has been a six-fold increase in the number of direct selling parties in Ireland over the past year.
Ireland’s retail sales in the fourth quarter of 2014 were up by 4.22pc over the same period in 2013, the highest quarterly gain for the sector since the Q2 2007, Retail Excellence Ireland (REI) said today.
Bose Corporation told staff at its Carrickmacross facility yesterday afternoon that it plans to close the plant in April with the loss of 140 jobs.
CRH has confirmed it is in discussions with Lafarge and Holcim regarding the potential acquisition of certain assets being disposed of the companies ahead of their proposed merger.
Bord Gáis Energy said today that it is cutting its gas prices by 3.5pc and electricity by 2.5pc from 16 March 2016.
Confectionery, biscuits and crisps/snacks were the ‘most promoted’ product categories in the run-up to Christmas 2014, according to the latest Retailer Promotional Review, prepared for Checkout magazine by OBK Accountants/The Food Accountants.
eBay said today that it will be reducing its workforce by around 2,400 positions globally, or 7pc of its total staff numbers, during the first quarter of 2015 across eBay Marketplaces, PayPal, and eBay Enterprise.
Hilton Hotels & Resorts said today that Hilton Paris Opera has officially opened after an extensive renovation involving a US$50m investment.
Ireland’s first dedicated banking hackathon is to take place at NDRC at Dublin’s Digital Exchange from 30 January until 1 February.
Irish professionals will head online in their droves today as they contemplate their future careers, according to new data from LinkedIn.
International insurance company AIG has acquired a 100pc stake in Laya Healthcare.
Irish development and investment group Ardale Property has completed the acquisition of Weslin Construction from examinership for over €500,000.
Nine out of ten Irish business people in the UK and Ireland will purchase an Irish product when given the choice between two identical products or services, according to a new survey.
Eddie Rocket’s has announced a £1m investment and the creation of 25 new jobs with the opening of its first ever diner in Northern Ireland at The Quays Shopping Centre, Newry.
Acorn Life Group has announced business development plans for 2015, which will see approximately 125 new employment opportunities filled nationwide.
Advent Processing Solutions and ADP Business Solutions have merged to form a combined company with over €2m in sales and a team of 20 people.
Irish-owned foreign exchange company TransferMate is hiring 25 people at its headquarters in Kilkenny to assist its clients based in Europe, North America and Australia.
The Irish business sector is confidently planning for growth and expansion with new spend, recruitment and key priorities, according to the fifth annual Alternatives Group Marketing Watch Survey.
American tech company Amax has opened a European manufacturing facility in Shannon where over 100 jobs will be created over the next five years.
PhoneWatch has launched a recruitment drive for 45 sales jobs to be based in three of the company’s locations in Dublin.
Dublin Airport is celebrating its 75th birthday today.
Euro area annual inflation fell to -0.2pc in December 2014, down from 0.3pc in November, according to Eurostat, which said it was the lowest rate recorded since September 2009.
A survey of business owners in the Midlands region has found that half expect to recruit additional staff in 2015 and 54pc expect their staff to ask for pay rises in the next 12 months.
The euro has today become the sole legal tender in Lithuania, following a two week dual circulation period ended yesterday.
Irish industrial production rose by 35.8pc between November 2013 and November 2014, the largest yearly increase in industrial production in the EU, figures from Eurostat show.
The Swiss stock market was down by 8.7pc at the close of trading yesterday after the country’s central bank announced that it was discontinuing the minimum exchange rate of CHF 1.20 per EUR 1.
Total sales at HMV and Xtra-Vision increased by 15pc to €95.2m in 2014, according to figures from the group.
Medical technology company Zimmer has announced that it will open a new facility in Oranmore, Co Galway, where it will create 250 manufacturing jobs over the next five years.
Natural resources company Coillte has completed the construction of a new 65-metre telecommunications mast on Three Rock Mountain in the Dublin Mountains.
Tickets for the first scheduled direct flights between Ireland and Iceland have gone on sale today.
Passenger numbers going through Shannon Airport increased by 17pc last year, reaching 1.64 million, up from 1.4 million in 2013.
Total job vacancies online increased by 7pc in 2014 and by 2pc in the fourth quarter of the year when compared with the previous quarter, according to the latest IrishJobs.ie Jobs Index.
Lakeland Dairies has acquired Taste Trends Ltd - the UK-based maker of Coolicious branded fat-free frozen yogurts - for an undisclosed sum.
Dublin remains in the number two spot for the second year running for real estate investment and development in Europe, according to Emerging Trends in Real Estate Europe 2015, a forecast published jointly by the Urban Land Institute and PwC.
Aventas Manufacturing Group, formerly the Quinn Group, has sold its glass business Encirc to Spanish company Vidrala for €408.6m.
US Company Abec Inc plans to expand its global operations at the former FCI facility site in Fermoy, Co Cork, which will lead to the creation of 100 jobs over the next two years.
Production activity for the independent film, television drama and animation sector in Ireland has increased by 6.5pc to reach €195m in 2014, which represents a 37pc increase on 2012, according to the Irish Film Board (IFB).
Panda Recycling has announced an expansion in Dublin that will see 50 new jobs created at the firm over the next six months.
Drinks company C&C has cut its operating profit guidance for FY15 following weaker than expected trading conditions in its third quarter of 2014 (three months to 30 November).
04.09.2014 This is effective from September 2014.
03.09.2014 With business models expiring faster than ever before, the companies that are successful are those that can diversify and create business model portfolios, writes Mary Cronin.
29.07.2014 Outlook for the Irish economy revealed.
03.09.2014 Survey produced by Checkout magazine in association with Nielsen.
07.08.2014 Growth is expected to remain strong this and next year.