There is a brand new cup design
01.10.2014 Car rental marketplace CarTrawler is creating 400 new jobs over the next three years at its headquarters in Dundrum in Dublin.
30.09.2014 The European Commission has published a letter to the Irish Government explaining why it believes Apple was given special tax deals in 1991 and 2007 to reduce its tax...
There is a brand new cup design
Icelandic carrier made announcement
Acquisition has been completed
This is over the next three years
They attended a PwC event
01.10.2014 It's due to begin on 5 February 2015.
01.10.2014 This is effective from 1 December 2014.
01.10.2014 Within Top 100, there is broad mix of politicians.
01.10.2014 It's in its ninth year.
01.10.2014 This will service the Japanese contract sales organisation market.
Dell has won a contract from the insurance provider 123.ie to develop and implement a new platform for the business as well as deploy a server and storage platform upgrade.
For today’s business leaders, disruption through encouraging your team to blaze a new trail is often more important to commercial success than guiding the team along a familiar path, according to leading business strategy consultant Dr Trish Gorman.
For Brendan Jennings, managing partner of professional services firm Deloitte, corporate and social responsibility is not just a big deal, it’s an all-pervasive one.
Car rental marketplace CarTrawler is creating 400 new jobs over the next three years at its headquarters in Dundrum in Dublin.
The Funky Christmas Jumpers 2014 collection will launch in two weeks’ time.
Michael Dowling has today been appointed chairman designate at Kerry Group to succeed Denis Buckley, who is retiring from the board at the end of the year.
The Dingle Brewing Company has launched a re-developed website for Tom Crean Premium Lager thanks to a partnership with the WebInnovate project team at Digital Skills Academy.
Entrepreneurship initiative for primary school children Bizworld Ireland has launched a new programme called ‘Rise' aimed at fostering young social entrepreneurs.
Harp has launched a weather-activated out of home (OOH) advertising campaign in a first for the local media market in Belfast.
The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) has announced that it will bring five Irish property portfolios, with a combined value of approximately €600m, to the market in Q4 2014.
Irish IT infrastructure and support services provider Qualcom has won 15 new deals for its staff as a service (StaaS) offering with a combined value of over €750,000 since the start of 2014.
Public relations agency Wilson Hartnell has launched the inaugural ranking of the most influential users of social media in the Irish political and policy landscape.
Aer Lingus Regional, operated by Stobart Air, has announced the addition of East Midlands Airport to its Dublin route network with twice daily flights due to begin on 5 February 2015.
Ryanair has extended its partnership with Lavazza, allowing customers on all Ryanair flights authentic coffee through a brand new cup design.
Pampers and Unicef have come together for the ninth year to launch the Pampers Unicef ‘1 pack = 1 Vaccine’ campaign to help eliminate maternal and newborn tetanus (MNT) in some of the world's poorest countries.
A revised model for ministerial appointments to State boards was approved by the Cabinet at a meeting yesterday afternoon.
Icelandic carrier Wow Air is to launch a new year-round Dublin-Reykjavik service from next summer.
John Callaghan is to retire from the Glanbia board as a non-executive director, senior independent director and chairman of the audit committee with effect from 1 December 2014.
UDG Healthcare plc has announced the creation of a new joint venture to service the Japanese contract sales organisation market with existing partner CMIC.
Grafton Group said today that it has completed the acquisition of Gedimat-Ginion, a single branch general merchanting business in Brussels.
Canadian manufacturing equipment company Optel Vision has announced that it is creating 140 new jobs in Limerick over the next three years.
Reducing employer and employee tax burdens are top priorities for Budget 2015, according to Irish private businesses attending recent PwC event.
DCC’s chairman for the last six years, Michael Buckley, retired from the company’s board today.
Ireland’s charitable giving amounted to €852m in 2012, up 7pc over the previous year, according to a new research report.
Cork’s Maryborough Hotel & Spa has announced a €500,000 investment to further expand its wedding and private function facilities which will create 20 new jobs.
People planning to make a career move need to be nice to friends and colleagues, according to a new survey.
Google has revealed that The Open University has been ranked as the No 1 European university and No 3 in the world in its worldwide search rankings.
When it comes to sustainability, owner of the Cadbury brand, Mondelez International, puts a particular emphasis in Ireland on raw material sourcing and manufacturing processes that reduce environmental impact and use resources efficiently.
Heineken added a ‘Drink Responsibly’ campaign to its line-up at this year’s Electric Picnic that successfully inspired festival goers to moderate their drinking.
A quarter of all parking transactions in the Limerick Institute of Technology (LIT) have been completed using the Parkbytext app and there have been over 300 new registrations for the service since it was introduced there a year ago.
Sky has announced Carly Matthews-Lynch as the winner of the recently launched Sky Academy TV Scholarship in partnership with the National Film School at the Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology (IADT).
US-based founder and CEO of taxi app Hailo Jay Bregman has been announced as the keynote speaker at the ISA Software Industry Awards on 21 November next.
SMEs that participate in Skillnets training networks are well equipped to address skills gaps within their business, according to the findings of a new evaluation of Skillnets, the agency working with businesses in Ireland to address their current and future skills needs.
Security software company Trend Micro, which has an EMEA centre in Cork, has signed a three-year deal with international police organisation Interpol in an effort to combat cybercrime.
The European Commission has published a letter to the Irish Government explaining why it believes Apple was given special tax deals in 1991 and 2007 to reduce its tax liabilities, that departed from standard international transfer pricing rules.
‘Macaroon Madness’ is descending on Galway this weekend with the stars of the Great Irish Bake Off taking to the stage at the Goodall’s Kitchen Theatre at Bake Fest Galway.
Almost three quarters (74pc) of tourism businesses are upbeat about their 2014 business performance according to the latest Fáilte Ireland Tourism Barometer, which was published today.
Oliver Daniels has been appointed CEO of the €75m SFI funded research centre, the Insight Centre for Data Analytics.
DCC plc said today that it has agreed to sell Robert Roberts, including Findlater Wine & Spirits, and Kelkin to Valeo Foods for €60m.
The Commission for Energy Regulation (CER) has today published its decision on the water supply and wastewater disposal charges that will apply to domestic customers from 1 October 2014 to 31 December 2016.
The Kilkenny Group is calling on the public to show its support for Irish craft and design as it launches the third annual Kilkenny Irish Craft & Design Week, which runs nationwide from 6 to 12 October.
The Small Firms Association (SFA) has released figures showing that there are 143,266 small firms employing 862,175 people in Ireland.
Dublin is experiencing a serious housing shortage, according to the first publication on Ireland’s stock of residential properties commissioned by GeoDirectory.
The great majority of executives around the world – 94pc – say management of their company is prepared to make significant decisions about the strategic direction of their business, but barely one-third relied primarily on data and analytics when they made their last big decision, according a new survey report by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), sponsored by PwC.
Sixty-five employers from major national and international companies, SMEs and local firms will be at Cork Institute of Technology’s (CIT) Careers and Employability Fair on 1 October.
Irish salaries are expected to rise by 2pc in 2015, with the highest increases to come in the high-tech sector, according to Mercer’s most recent Salary Forecast Report.
Commercialising business know-how using digital media was the theme of this year's Offsite 2014 conference in West Cork.
A former chef from Drogheda, Co Louth Joe Short has set up an online business called Itsfabuless.com, spotting a gap in the market for end-of-line, designer stock to be made available to the public.
UPC Ireland and digital streaming music service Deezer have announced a partnership that will see the music app available in Ireland for the first time on UPC’s Horizon TV service.
The latest Hughes Blake SME Examinership Index has revealed that the examinership process saved a total of 1,089 jobs in small and medium-sized businesses in the first nine months of this year.
25.08.2014 Having a sustainability plan and Origin Green charter has been the key driver in Dawn Meats achieving a 90pc reduction in thermal energy consumption on one of its major sites and a 50pc reduction on other sites between 2012 and 2013.
22.08.2014 Lean thinking, customer development frameworks and business model innovation are transforming how new products are built and how growth strategies are developed, writes Mary Cronin.
21.08.2014 In the first of a new series on corporate governance, we consider the role of the non-executive director.
19.08.2014 Roddy Doyle’s The Barrytown Trilogy has been selected as the Dublin: One City One Book for 2015.