Winners announced at Bord Gáis Energy Theatre ceremony
21.08.2015 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.
21.08.2015 Google said today that it has started construction on a new €150m data centre at Profile Park in West Dublin.
Winners announced at Bord Gáis Energy Theatre ceremony
Becomes official health and wellness partner
Roles in retail and hospitality are part of expansion plans
Eleven years at the top of Checkout's top 100 brands list
Takes over from Gary McGann
Twitter, Zalando, Pramerica, Amgen and BoI among companies taking part
02.09.2015 Company said incident affected 1500 and 1800 customers.
02.09.2015 International business and self-empowerment event secures partnership deal.
01.09.2015 It'll be the UK chain's fifth outlet in the Republic of Ireland.
01.09.2015 Twentieth series of Irish language soap begins on TG4 this evening.
31.08.2015 Jobs being created on back of project management operations expansion.
Ulster Bank won the Outstanding Achievement in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Award at the 2015 Chambers Ireland CSR Awards, which were announced at an event in Dublin last night.
Aer Lingus said today that it carried a record 1.138 million passengers on its mainline services in August, up 7.3pc on the same month last year.
Avolon is to be bought by Bohai Leasing for US$31 cash per share in a deal worth around US$7.6bn.
Prem Group said today that it is to be funded by Proventus Capital Partners for a €30m expansion, which will include acquiring freehold hotels, serviced apartment developments and hotel management and services companies in its core European markets.
Minister for Business and Employment, Ged Nash TD has announced an open call for the second round of the Irish Design 2015 (ID2015) International Trade Fund.
The Institute of International and European Affairs (IIEA) and the ESB are hosting an energy summit in Dublin on 18 September that will focus on the transformative changes currently taking place in the sector due the convergence of energy and digital technologies.
Irish fintech start-ups can apply for the Barclays London Accelerator programme, which Barclays Bank Ireland is describing as “a best-in-class programme to support young businesses to succeed and deliver cutting-edge innovations in fintech”.
Irish-grown corn on the cobs are available on a national scale in Ireland for the first time following a deal secured by Cork-based producer Rowland Newenham with SuperValu.
Russell Brennan Keane Chartered Accountants announced today that it has joined forces with Andrew Partners with immediate effect.
Marks & Spencer Ireland has launched an initiative called Spark Something Good, aimed at inspiring and motivating employees and customers to donate time to their local community.
Meteor has launched a new loyalty programme offering customers free cinema tickets, two for one dining and days out.
AIB is expanding its branch network for the first time in three years with the announcement that it is to open three new “innovative” outlets at the end of October.
Aldi has opened a new store in Terenure in Dublin creating 20 jobs and bringing the total number of Aldi stores in the capital up to 17.
Ryanair said today that it will be launching a Dublin to Amsterdam service this October and will adding flights on 14 routes from Dublin Airport next summer.
CPL Resources has announced the acquisition of 89.8pc of UK-based pharma and life science recruitment company, Clinical Professionals Ltd yesterday.
A survey by Irish firm Matrix Recruitment Group has confirmed that the idea of a 9-5 workday is outdated with 72pc of the 700 full-time workers polled saying they work outside traditional office hours.
A survey of 330 national schools has revealed that 87pc of its teachers saw an increase in confidence in children participating in the Junior Entrepreneurship Programme (JEP), with a further 66pc stating that taking part in the programme improved communication skills and the ability to work as a team.
Deloitte is to create 30 jobs with the establishment of a Galway office, which will be its fifth location in Ireland.
Eircom said this evening that an incident on its core telephony network this morning impacted around 5pc of its daily call volumes.
The first phase of the €1m Medtronic Healthy Communities Fund for eligible charities around Ireland is open for applications until 15 September.
Maxol has announced a €2m redevelopment in its Hearse Rd, Donabate site that it said will create 25 new full and part-time jobs.
Some 20,400 individuals started a new business in Ireland last year, according to the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (Gem) Report for Ireland 2014, which has been launched today. The report notes that while broadly similar to 2010, 2011 and 2012, the figure is down from 32,000 in 2013.
International business and self-empowerment event The Pendulum Summit has secured a partnership deal with telecoms company Three.
Co Waterford based company Mobiletraining.ie is to launch a custom-built mobile training pod at this year’s National Ploughing Championships from 22-24 September.
Fergus Clancy has been appointed executive chairman of Mater Private Healthcare Group, having previously been its group CEO.
Laya Healthcare has been announced as Leinster Rugby’s official health and wellness partner.
The shortlist for the inaugural LGBT Workplace Equality Index Leadership Awards has been announced today.
KPMG, The Irish Times, Dublin Port, the Naughton Foundation, NCAD, Bord Gáis Energy and the ESB were among the winners at the 24th annual Allianz Business to Arts Awards, which were announced at ceremony at the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre last night.
DCC plc said today that DCC Energy has obtained all the relevant regulatory clearances necessary to complete the acquisition of French LPG distributor Butagaz SAS.
Details of a Drogheda distillery and visitor centre that's set to open in 2016 creating 80 new jobs have been announced today.
The 20th series of Irish language soap Ros na Rún begins on TG4 this evening.
Twitter, Zalando, Pramerica, Amgen and Bank of Ireland will be among the companies participating in the Career Zoo technology recruitment event in the Convention Centre, Dublin on 12 September.
TV3 has announced a partnership with DID Electrical for what it said will be one of the largest promotions in the channel’s history.
Focusing on entrepreneurship and supporting businesses in scaling up and creating jobs, the fourth Global Irish Economic Forum is to take place in Dublin from 19 to 21 November.
Heineken Ireland has appointed Conor Hyland as finance director with effect from today.
JD Wetherspoon is to opening its first Cork pub and its fifth in the Republic of Ireland next week.
Tony Smurfit has taken over from Gary McGann as group chief executive of Smurfit Kappa Group with effect from today.
Over a third of Irish people are spending at least 20 hours online each week, according to new research from price comparison and switching website, Switcher.ie.
Coca-Cola has been named the biggest selling brand in Ireland for the eleventh year in a row in Checkout magazine’s list of the top 100 brands.
The Fulbright Commission in Ireland has this week opened applications for the 2016-2017 Fulbright Awards.
Dublin-based educational institution Seda College has signed a strategic partnership with the Panama government that it said will open opportunities for South American professionals to come to Ireland to study English.
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 hospitality as part of its expansion plans.
Dublin has been included in the longlist for the best short haul destination category at this year’s C&IT (Conferencing and Incentive Travel).
A website providing information, support and advice for businesses and other organisations interested in implementing sustainable and responsible business practices has been launched today by the Department of Jobs, Innovation and Enterprise.
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.
Galway has topped a list of the friendliest cities in the world, as judged by the readers of US magazine, Travel + Leisure, while Dublin and Cork have been ranked third and fourth respectively.
A team of Microsoft Ireland employees has volunteered to cycle 650km from Mizen Head, Co Cork to Malin Head, Co Donegal to raise funds for children’s hospice LauraLynn.
SOSV founder and managing director Sean O’Sullivan, one of this year’s EY Entrepreneur of the Year finalists, on doing venture capital a better way, the importance of being able to executive ideas effectively, and the power of technology to improve people’s lives.
TV3 is launching a new weekend breakfast shows from tomorrow morning, with anchors Simon Delaney, Ivan Yates and Anna Daly.
24.07.2015 Japan’s and Asia’s largest pharmaceutical company Takeda has nearly a 20-year history in Ireland and Greg Timmons, president, Takeda Ireland sees a bright future for the Irish operation.
23.07.2015 Twenty five year old Irish chef, Paul Hannegan, is making his mark in London having opened luxury catering company called Cuisson there in 2011.
21.07.2015 Dublin Port Company has launched a plan to protect a colony of small migratory seabirds that nest within the port.