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They are at strongest levels since survey began in late 2006
This will be in the middle of November
It's to be located on Harcourt St
Six ‘Spirit of Dublin’ Flybe planes have been unveiled
30.10.2014 This is conditional on clearance from Irish Competition Authority....
30.10.2014 Retailer said it has been co-operating fully.
29.10.2014 Interim management statement was issued.
28.10.2014 It was carried out by Matrix Recruitment.
Irish-owned car finance player First Citizen Finance has reported pre-tax profits of €2m in its first year in business.
Ryanair has launched the latest update to its mobile app.
Musgrave Retail Partners Ireland has agreed to acquire the Allied Logistics business from DCC plc.
Irish business activity levels have improved further through the summer months to push the KBC Bank Ireland/Chartered Accountants Ireland Business Sentiment Index to its strongest levels since the survey began in late 2006.
Twitter and IBM have announced a partnership that the two companies claim will "help transform how businesses and institutions understand their customers, markets and trends, and inform every business decision".
Tesco has confirmed that the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) in the UK has started an investigation into its accounting practices.
Ryanair said today that it will open its second Danish base in Copenhagen next March, with up to four based aircraft. This will be the airline’s 70th base in total.
Energia has secured a €500,000 two-year deal with Horseracing Ireland, which will involve it supplying over four GWHrs electricity to power four of Ireland’s racecourses – Fairyhouse, Leopardstown, Tipperary and Navan.
Ireland has been ranked the top destination for added value of foreign direct investment (FDI) programmes in the IBM Global Location Trends report for the second year in a row.
Men’s clothing retailer Jack & Jones is to open a new flagship store in Dundrum Town Centre in the middle of November, creating approximately 30 new jobs.
Drinks company C&C Group said today that its first half revenue was up 9.3pc to €368.1m.
Glanbia has reiterated its 2014 guidance for 8pc to 10pc growth in adjusted earnings per share in an interim management statement issued today.
The Dean Hotel Dublin is preparing to open next month.
Companies in the West of Ireland are struggling to fill well-paid engineering roles, with some waiting for more than a year to fill senior positions, according to a survey by Matrix Recruitment.
CityJet has announced a 25pc expansion of its London City to Dublin route and, starting this week, will operate up to nine flights every weekday.
Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton is leading an investment and trade mission to the east coast of the US, which is part of a push by the Government to engage with investors on our tax system since the changes to corporation tax announced in the Budget.
Six ‘Spirit of Dublin’ Flybe planes have been unveiled as part of the launch of new routes by the airline from Dublin, Aberdeen, Belfast City, Edinburgh, Exeter and Inverness to London City Airport.
The European Commission has approved the creation of a joint venture by ESB and Vodafone to deliver 100pc fibre-to-the-building broadband network for the first time in Ireland.
Further to its announcement earlier today that it had exercised its right to terminate the revised transaction agreement with Chiquita Brands International announced on 26 September 2014, Fyffes wishes to inform shareholders that as the transaction will not now be proceeding, the court meeting and EGM, convened for 28 October 2014, are to be adjourned indefinitely.
The proposed merger between Fyffes and Chiquita has been called off after Chiquita shareholders voted today to reject it.
Glendalough Irish Whiskey has announced the launch of its 13-year-old single malt whiskey at the Mansion House Dublin.
Ryanair has launched its Kerry summer 2015 schedule, with five routes to Alicante, Faro, Frankfurt Hahn, London Luton and London Stansted, which will deliver 260,000 customers per annum and support 260 on-site jobs at Kerry Airport.
Tesco Ireland has created 104 new jobs at its new Tesco Ballincollig store, which was officially opened today by Olympic athlete Derval O’Rourke.
C&C Group plc has confirmed that it has made a preliminary approach to the board of UK pub group Spirit in relation to a possible offer.
The latest Bank of Ireland Quarterly Economic Outlook for the Irish economy has forecast a strengthening of the recovery, with GDP growth revised upwards for this year to 5pc from 2.8pc in its July outlook.
Aer Lingus is to launch a new business class service on transatlantic flights from March 2015.
Ryanair said today that it will deliver 67pc of the 1.8 million additional passengers expected to travel through Ireland’s main airports this year.
Tesco said today that its profit expectations for the year had been overstated by £263m due to accounting irregularities, and not £250m as initially reported last month.
Permanent TSB is continuing to dispose of non-core assets, agreeing the sale of the mortgage loan book owned by Springboard to Mars Capital for an undisclosed amount.
'Born on the internet’ daily deals player Groupon plans to create up to 100 jobs over the next two years at its new engineering and marketing centre of excellence in Dublin.
Carzone.ie’s latest Motoring Report shows that 541,237 used cars changed hands in Ireland during the first six months of 2014, an increase of 19pc on the same period in 2013.
A major study published by Indecon has found that having our own stock market and securities industry is worth €207m each year to the Irish economy and directly supports 2,100 jobs.
The Nasdaq opening bell is set to be rung live from Dublin on the first day of this year’s Web Summit in two weeks time.
The Westbury Hotel is celebrating 30 years this month.
Donegal-based medical diagnostics company Randox Teoranta has announced a planned €25m investment over the next five to six years that it said has the potential to increase its employment numbers from 66 at the moment to 540 by 2020.
The Avalon Group has released three new spirits at the 30th annual Duty Free & Travel Retail Global Summit in Cannes, France.
An Taoiseach Enda Kenny was in Belmullet, Co Mayo today to launch Shell’s 2014 Erris Enterprise Week, which provides support and advice to local enterprises and new start-up businesses in Erris and the wider Mayo business community through a series of daily seminars and workshops.
Dublin Airport will have 950,000 extra seats available across its route network this winter, a 10pc increase in capacity over last year.
The National Housing Construction Index compiled and issued by Link2Plans has shown that growth in the residential sector remains strong, with increases in both the number of new planning applications and project commencements continuing the upward trend for the first eight months of 2014.
The volume of shares traded on the Irish Stock Exchange (ISE) stood at a record high at the end of the third quarter of 2014, according to new statistics published by the ISE.
Aer Lingus Regional, operated by Stobart Air, has announced it has added extra capacity on its Dublin to Glasgow route to cater for Irish supporters travelling to Scotland for the European Championship qualifier game on 14 November.
Newry-based software provider First Derivatives has acquired a further 46.47pc stake in Californian big data vendor Kx Systems for £36m, increasing its holding to 65.2pc.
Terminalfour has announced the completion of a €1.4m investment in its higher education digital engagement platform.
Up to 4,000 candidates are expected at Jobjunction, a new jobs fair hosted by Irish recruitment website Jobs.ie.
DublinTown, the collective of 2,500 businesses in Dublin city centre, has launched a new Group Waste Scheme for city centre businesses, promising to cut waste collection charges by up to 20pc, while offering businesses greater control over their waste management service.
Aldi has opened a new store in Glanmire, Co Cork, bringing the total number of Aldi stores in Ireland to 112 and creating 20 new jobs.
US-based medical technology giant BD has acquired Limerick biotech company GenCell Biosystems for an undisclosed amount, although reports have estimated it could be in the region of US$150m.
McDonald’s Restaurants of Ireland has officially opened a new drive-thru restaurant in Dublin Airport involving a €2m investment and the creation of 60 new jobs.
The value of hotel sales in Ireland could be close to €1bn by the end of the year, according to property consultants, Savills Ireland.
British Airways will start flying into the heart of London’s financial district later this month with the introduction of new direct flights from Dublin to London City Airport.
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.