He is national winner in the emerging category
21.11.2014 Irish technology company Xanadu is to create 120 new jobs in Co Cork three years since it was first established there.
18.11.2014 An overwhelming majority of Irish businesses are planning to grow revenues and over half are planning to increase their workforce, according to PwC's Business Barometer carried...
He is national winner in the emerging category
Talks to take place
He was previously David Cameron's communications director
Dublin-based music and video app WholeWorldBand won the top prize
Retailer has beat off competition from other brands
21.11.2014 This is in the three years.
21.11.2014 It looked at gambling and internet gaming.
21.11.2014 It's celebrating traditions and idiosyncrasies that make Christmas special.
21.11.2014 It could provide a sustainable way of fuelling public transport.
21.11.2014 Hive is a management system designed for salon industry.
Nitro founder and CEO Sam Chandler has been named the national winner in the emerging category at the 2014 EY Australian Entrepreneur of the Year in Melbourne.
Irish start-up Shinlar Technologies has launched an app called Hive, which is a management system designed for the salon industry.
A special all-Ireland conference on mental health and addiction has heard of a rise in ‘process’ addictions in Ireland, including gambling and internet gaming.
The Dublin Commissioner for Start-ups has called on accountants to educate themselves to the unique and dynamic nature of start-up companies, and to customise their service offerings accordingly.
Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton TD is to urge EU trade minister colleagues and the EU Commission to inject fresh impetus into talks on a EU-US trade and investment deal.
Andy Coulson has been released from prison.
Tesco Ireland has launched ‘Your kind of Christmas’, a campaign celebrating the traditions and idiosyncrasies that make each Irish household’s Christmas special.
Dublin-based music and video app WholeWorldBand (WWB) has won the top prize at the 2014 Eircom Spider Awards as well as winning the awards for best app and innovative use of technology in digital marketing.
A bus powered on human waste took to the road in the UK this week with engineers believing it could provide a sustainable way of fuelling public transport and cutting carbon emissions.
Robbie Williams' menswear brand Farrell has teamed up with high street brand Primark to launch a new 30-piece collection.
Cork University Hospital has become the first teaching hospital in the world to achieve Green-Campus status.
Irish technology company Xanadu is to create 120 new jobs in Co Cork three years since it was first established there.
The Paddy Power iPad App has won the Grand Prix at the The Appys 2014.
The Boylesports Irish Grand National will be the most valuable jumps race in Ireland for the 2014-15 National Hunt season following the confirmation this week of a €25,000 increase in prize money to €275,000 for the race at the Easter Festival of Racing at Fairyhouse.
Eighteen innovative, exporting Irish construction and engineering companies have travelled to Australia for an Enterprise Ireland trade mission led by Minister for the Diaspora, Jimmy Deenihan.
A study to be published this morning will show that three in five Irish employees think they will change jobs in the next year.
SuperValu has beat off competition from other brands to win one of Ireland’s most coveted business awards
Musician Niall Breslin (Bressie) is one of the speakers at an event called ‘Managing the Entrepreneurship Rollercoaster’ held by Synergy Centre in association with Bank of Ireland coming up in December.
DCC has been named as the overall winner of this year’s Published Accounts Awards, as well as winning the Large Quoted Entities category.
Two American companies, MDS Global Technologies and SWG Inc, have opened international headquarters in Kells Enterprise Technology Centre with plans to create a total of 50 new jobs.
Kernel Capital, through the Bank of Ireland Seed and Early Stage Equity Fund, said today that it is investing €400,000 in Dublin-based Certification Europe, an international management standards and inspection services company.
Tony Garry is to step down as CEO of financial services company Davy next March to be succeeded by Brian McKiernan, who currently heads up Davy’s wealth and asset management business.
Ryanair has announced it will carry over 3.5 million customers between 20 December and 6 January, an increase of 500,000 customers over 2013, as record numbers of people fly home for the holiday season on the lowest fares.
Founders of Food Cloud Iseult Ward and Aoibheann O’Brien have been selected as Ireland’s top young social entrepreneurs at this year’s Join Our Core competition.
The National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) has today completed an auction of Irish Treasury bills, selling the target amount of €500m.
Two hundred small food producers will secure retail listings worth €10m with SuperValu in 2015 through the Food Academy, which is a joint initiative between the retailer, Bord Bia and the Local Enterprise Offices.
The wartime experience of two of Ireland’s best known families – the Leslies of Castle Leslie in Co Monaghan and the Plunketts of Dublin – are amongst the stories highlighted in a new exhibition at the National Library of Ireland (NLI).
The Dean Hotel opens at 33 Harcourt St, Dublin this Friday, 21 November – the first hotel opening in Dublin in 19 months.
There has been a 35pc increase in venture capital funding raised by Irish SMEs to €314m in the first nine months of the year, but only 5pc of this went to start-ups, according to the Irish Venture Capital Association’s (IVCA) VenturePulse survey.
Communications group Core Media has announced the opening of a new training centre in Dublin that will provide a range of courses aimed at advertisers, the media, ad agencies and others digital platforms.
The Granary, a block of 14 apartments at Distillery Lofts, Dublin 9, has been brought to the market by Savills on the instruction of Declan Taite, receiver, of Duff & Phelps.
The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has today fined the Royal Bank of Scotland Plc – and its Ulster Bank and NatWest subsidiaries – £42 million for IT failures in June 2012 that prevented customers from accessing banking services.
UDG has reported full revenue of €2,126.9m for its full year to the end of September 2014, up 5pc over the previous year.
Twenty four young people from 17 counties have made it to the national final of the first ever ‘Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur’ competition.
Tourism Ireland has teamed up for a second time with TV personality Phil Spencer and Classic FM, Britain’s most popular classical radio station, for a six-week promotional campaign there.
Brothers Sam and Jeremy Bowles, third level students of computer science and commerce, respectively, have won a €4,000 prize at the first ever AIB Datathon.
Dún Laoghaire Harbour will be transformed into a winter wonderland this Christmas with a programme of events taking place there from 26 November until 23 December 2014.
Environment Minister Alan Kelly today announced that the Commission for Energy Regulation (CER) has approved a water charges plan for Irish Water.
Amid the rise of the celebrity tech entrepreneur, founder and CEO Mike Feerick explains how the world’s first Mooc (massive open online course) platform Alison isn’t wavering from its social mission. A four million strong, global online learning community, Alison has over 600 free courses to help anyone develop certified workplace skills.
Bausch+ Lomb said today that it is planning to invest €41m (US$55m) in manufacturing capacity at its Waterford facility.
Ryanair has announced its continued sponsorship of the final day of the Leopardstown Christmas Festival, which will feature three Ryanair races, including the highlight Grade 1 ‘Ryanair Hurdle’.
DublinTown’s free shopping bag minding service Shop and Drop is back for a third year serving the Henry Street and Grafton Street areas.
Tyndall National Institute and the ASSERT for Health Centre at UCC (Application of Science to Simulation Education Research & Training) have unveiled the future of ‘technology enhanced learning’ for healthcare professionals.
An iPad app developed in Dublin called Life in the Womb has been recognised as one of the top 40 for mobile content innovation in the world.
Aer Lingus Regional is to introduce Ireland’s first direct service to Cornwall next summer.
It has now been ten years since eight Central European (CE) countries became members of the EU, making this a good time to assess the region’s potential and significance to Irish exporters.
Ronan O’Gara, Cathal Pendred, Kane Douglas and Victor Costello will headline this week’s #AvivaFanStudio with RTÉ 2FM’s Game On at the Aviva Stadium on Thursday evening.
A property portfolio that includes two Daniel Libeskind-designed buildings currently occupied by Facebook in Dublin has been put up for sale today with a guide price of €263.8m.
Nightline has responded to the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Transport and Communications hearings on Eircode, the proposed national postcode scheme.
A surge in international interest among investors in Irish infrastructure projects is a welcome sign of Ireland’s economic recovery, according to the chief executive of the National Development Finance Agency (NDFA).
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.