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02.09.2014 C&C Group plc has confirmed it has integrated the Gleeson Group into its business following its acquisition to create a single Irish entity, now to be called C&C Gleeson.
02.09.2014 Total Produce has reported first half total revenue of €1.59bn, down 4.5pc over the same period last year.
They are in four developments
Retailer now has 110 stores in Ireland
They are located in Dundrum, Dublin 16
This is over the same period last year
It's to support parents facing the pinch
29.08.2014 It's currently available in English, Italian and Spanish.
29.08.2014 They have a combined reserve of €60m.
28.08.2014 Transaction is for up to €13.5m.
28.08.2014 The company had revenues of €157.8m in the period.
C&C Group plc has confirmed it has integrated the Gleeson Group into its business following its acquisition to create a single Irish entity, now to be called C&C Gleeson.
Total Produce has reported first half total revenue of €1.59bn, down 4.5pc over the same period last year.
Aer Lingus Regional, operated by Stobart Air, has announced the addition of a new route to its network, with flights to Leeds Bradford due to begin on 23 October 2014.
Irish hotel prices increased by 10pc in the first half of 2014 to average of €101 a night, according to the latest Hotel Price Index (HPI) from Hotels.com.
CPL Resources plc has reported a 12pc revenue increase to €369.3m in the year to 30 June 2014, while the company’s pre-tax profit was up 17pc to €14.4m.
Dublin’s office rental rates growth could be as high as 30pc this year if current trends continue, according to HWBC’s mid-year office market review.
The Aon Hewitt Managed Fund Index, an index representing the performance of traditional Irish pension managed funds, increased by 2.9pc in August.
The industries most impacted by the economic downturn – including manufacturing and motoring – showed continued signs of improvement in August 2014, according to new figures from Vision-net.ie.
Manufacturing output growth in August hit a three year high, while new orders increased at the highest level since December 1999, according to Investec’s latest monthly Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI).
Grafton Group plc said today that it has completed the acquisition of Direct Builders Merchants Ltd, a general merchanting business trading from three branches located in Sittingbourne, Whitstable and Ashford in Kent.
The Smithwick’s Experience Kilkenny has been officially opened, nearly a month after opening its doors to the public.
Phishing attacks decreased by 25pc on the previous month, according to RSA, the security division of EMC.
SuperValu has launched the €80 saving challenge to support parents facing the pinch during the back to school period.
Property auctioneering firm Allsop Space has announced its biggest auction to date, involving 261 properties going under the hammer with a combined reserve of €60m.
Ryanair has launched the latest update to its mobile app.
Irish Residential Properties REIT (I-Res) said today that it has agreed to buy a property portfolio that includes 761 apartments in Dublin for €211.3m.
A five-day trade mission to Melbourne, Canberra and Sydney, jointly organised by Enterprise Ireland and IDA Ireland and led by Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton is departing from Ireland today.
Property fund IPUT plc has acquired a portfolio of commercial property assets from the Bank of Ireland Staff Pension Fund for €115m in cash in an off-market transaction.
Bookmaker Paddy Power has reported a 14pc drop in operating profit to €60.1m for the first six months of the year following sports results favouring the betting public in both football and racing.
Ireland’s has opened two new stores in Ballybofey, Co Donegal and Macroom, Co Cork, creating 40 new jobs. Aldi now has 110 stores in Ireland.
IFG Group plc is to sell its Irish pension and advisory business to Willis Ireland, part of Willis Group Holdings, for up to €13.5m.
Independent News and Media (INM) has reported an operating profit of €15.9m for the first six months of 2014.
DCC plc said today that it has reached agreement to buy Esso SAF’s unmanned retail petrol station network and motorway concessions in France.
JJ Rhatigan & Co (JJR) has been signed up to complete Hibernia REIT’s 213 partially-completed apartments in Block 3, Wyckham Point, Dundrum, Dublin 16.
Major multinationals such as Johnson & Johnson, Amgen, Accenture and Pramerica will be looking for new recruits at Career Zoo next month in Dublin.
There were 39 enforcement actions against traders in relation to misleading pricing and breaches of price display legislation in the first six months of this year, according to a consumer protection list released by the National Consumer Agency.
The 3-star Temple Bar Hotel in Dublin 2 is for sale with a guide price of €27m to €30m.
Average hotel room occupancy in Dublin last year reached 76.3pc, just marginally below previous peak levels of 76.8pc, according to a new survey from Crowe Horwath.
Fyffes has reported adjusted pre-tax profits of €31m for the first half of 2014, up 40pc over the same period last year.
Ryanair has launched its Dublin summer schedule for 2015, which includes new Brussels Zaventem, Cologne and Glasgow International routes, as well as increased frequencies on 12 other routes.
Grafton Group has reported an 11pc increase in first half revenue to £1.02bn.
Ryanair has today revealed details of Business Plus, its new offering for business customers.
There is a shift towards the use of interactive technological communication methods in contact centres in Ireland, new research conducted by University College Dublin indicates.
Burger King is to buy Tim Hortons in a transaction worth around US$11bn that it said will create the third largest fast food company in the world.
The return of whiskey production to Tullamore has become a significant step closer with the installation of the custom-made Tullamore Distillery Spirit Safe.
Kingspan has reported a 4pc increase in revenue to €889.3m in the first half of 2014.
Hibernia REIT plc said today that it has exchanged contracts to buy a 0.75 acre freehold site at 1-6 Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, Dublin 2 for €17.75m in an off-market transaction.
A new housing report published by the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland (SCSI) has found that cash purchases accounted for about 35pc of transactions in the second quarter of the year.
The upcoming budget is a chance to give some money back to consumers through tax cuts and, in doing so, boost spending and jobs in the retail sector, according to Retail Ireland in its Budget 2015 submission.
KBC Bank Ireland is opening a new retail banking hub in Maynooth this week.
Wholesale gas prices have fallen by 33pc this summer compared to the same time last year, according to the latest wholesale energy market report from Irish energy supplier Vayu.
Basel-headquartered pharmaceutical giant Roche has reached agreement to buy California-based biotechnology company InterMune for US$8.3bn.
Fáilte Ireland has announced the first big win for its Corporate Meetings Supports fund aimed at attracting more corporate meetings to the company.
Some 21,633 jobs have been created in the food and accommodation sector since the introduction of the 9pc VAT rate in July 2011, according to a new report from the Restaurants Association of Ireland (RAI).
Irish hotel management company Great National Asset Management has bought Breaffy House Resort in Castlebar, Co Mayo for an undisclosed amount.
Monthly factory gate prices fell by 0.1pc in July 2014, according to figures released by the CSO this morning. On an annual basis, there was a drop of 2.4pc to July 2014, compared with a decrease of 1.7pc in the year to June 2014.
Three has selected Nokia Networks to help upgrade its 2G and 3G networks, as part of a €300m investment plan that also includes the ongoing rollout of 4G.
Irish real estate investment trust Hibernia REIT plc (Hibernia) is to acquire The Forum building in the IFSC in Dublin 1 for €37.8m in an off-market transaction.
Exploration company Connemara Mining, chaired by John Teeling, has been awarded a prospecting licence for zinc in Co Kilkenny.
Irish businesses paid their creditors 18.66 days beyond invoice terms on average in the second quarter of 2014, a five day improvement on the 23.91 days in the same period last year, according to new research from Experian.
26.12.2013 With investors moving back towards property assets, director of lending at Bank of Ireland Private Banking Kevin Murray asks if private clients should have debt in their portfolios
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31.12.2013 Today, every business is essentially a digital business, writes Hilary O’Meara, head of technology at Accenture Ireland.
26.12.2013 The economic outlook for 2014 is brighter, but still challenging, writes Jim Power, Power is chief economist at Friends First.
27.11.2013 Irish GDP is set to grow by 1pc this year and by 2.5pc in 2014, according to Davy.