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28.04.2015 One in four people (26pc) in Ireland without health insurance still haven’t decided whether they will buy cover before lifetime community rating (LCR) comes into effect on...
28.04.2015 Apple has posted revenue of US$58bn and net profit of US$13.6bn or US$2.33 per diluted share for the three months ending 28 March 2015, the second quarter of its fiscal year.
It is located in heart of the village
It predicts a new equilibrium
It's a joint venture between Lagan Construction Group and Somague Group
Molson Coors has secured distribution rights for Damm beers
These are at its Limerick campus
27.04.2015 It has completed first of phase of construction.
27.04.2015 It has launched a new customer communication.
24.04.2015 It will provide and install 116 automated tray return systems.
24.04.2015 It will employ five people.
23.04.2015 Real estate services firm carried out research.
One in four people (26pc) in Ireland without health insurance still haven’t decided whether they will buy cover before lifetime community rating (LCR) comes into effect on Friday 1 May.
Apple has posted revenue of US$58bn and net profit of US$13.6bn or US$2.33 per diluted share for the three months ending 28 March 2015, the second quarter of its fiscal year.
Permanent TSB Group Holdings plc has confirmed that it has successfully raised €525m from the capital markets.
US pharmaceutical company Regeneron has announced it has hired 150 employees for its Limerick facility where it has completed the first of phase of a construction and development programme after a year.
Mylan said today that its board of directors has unanimously rejected Teva Pharmaceutical Industries’ unsolicited expression of interest.
KBC Bank Ireland has officially opened the doors of its retail banking hub in the heart of Dundrum village.
A report published by PwC predicts a new equilibrium for global capital markets, the landscape, composition and dynamics of which it says will, come 2020, look very different to that of today.
Ulster Bank has launched a new customer communication today aimed at encouraging customers in mortgage arrears to engage with the bank.
Ulster University said today that it has awarded the £150m contract for phase two of the its new Belfast campus to a joint venture between local firm, Lagan Construction Group and Portuguese firm, Somague Group.
IO Systems has completed a project to provide and install 116 automated tray return systems (ATRS) at Dubai International Airport in order to streamline the passenger experience.
Molson Coors has secured exclusive distribution rights for Damm beers including Estrella Damm, Daura and Inedit beers in the Republic of Ireland.
International group Agora Publishing is to establish a multilingual contact centre and technology services centre in Waterford, which will add 100 new jobs to its operations there over the next three years.
Norwegian-based international chemical company Yara has opened a dry ice manufacturing site in Dublin employing five people.
Dublin is now back to or near its peak position across a range of economic indicators, while further improvement is expected over the next 12 months, according to the first in a new quarterly monitor focused specifically on the capital.
Dublin City Council has granted planning permission for a development at 5 Hanover Quay, Dublin 2, comprising 18,000 sq m of office space and 100 apartments.
Dell has announced that it is creating 100 new innovation technology R&D roles at its Limerick campus.
Over one third (35pc) of Dublin’s city centre offices are taken up by firms in the technology, media and telecoms (TMT) sector – the highest proportion in Europe, according to research by real estate services firm Colliers International.
PermanentTSB has announced plans to price its initial public offering (IPO) at between €3.90 and €4.50 per ordinary share, which at the mid-point of the range would give it a market capitalisation of around €1.93bn.
American logistics multinational UPS has officially opened a new consolidated financial service centre in Citywest Business Park in Dublin, where 105 jobs have been created over the past two years.
The Ireland Strategic Investment Fund (ISIF) is currently evaluating over 100 investment proposals and expects to commit up to €1bn in additional investments in Ireland by the end of the year, according to its director, Eugene O’Callaghan.
Online fashion platform Zalando has announced plans to create up to 200 jobs in Dublin over the next three years.
UK retailer Tesco has reported a statutory pre-tax loss of £6.37bn for the year to the end of February.
Eircom has appointed Huawei as its technology partner and equipment supplier for the first of a multi-phased rollout of fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) across Ireland in an initial contract is worth an estimated €10m.
Smurfit Kappa Group (SKG) has signed an agreement to sell its solid board and graphic board operations in the Netherlands, Belgium and the UK to the Aurelius Group.
Fly Leasing has repriced its 2012 term loan, cutting the interest rate by 0.75 points to Libor plus 2.75pc.
Sky has reported a 5pc increase in revenue to £8,453m in its first nine months. The company said operating profit grew by 20pc year on year to exceed £1bn for the first time in a nine-month period.
Kerrygold owner Ornua, which rebranded from the Irish Dairy Board in March, has reported a 10pc increase in its revenues in 2014 to €2,339.8m, while pre-tax profits rose by 23pc to 28.1m.
CityJet has appointed north Dublin-based training company Simtech Aviation to provide training to new pilots joining the airline.
Dublin Airport is to spend €14m on expanding its short-term car parking facilities to meet growing customer demand for spaces located close to the terminals.
Responding to recent speculation around a possible offer by Teva, generic drug manufacturer Mylan has said it believes such a merger would be without sound industrial logic or cultural fit and unlikely to get the necessary anti-trust clearances.
Irish house prices will rise by 9.4pc in 2015 and 5.2pc in 2016, according to a report issued this morning by Davy.
Penneys has today reopened its newly renovated Sligo store, 33 years after the shop first opened in March 1982.
MSD has announced an €11.5m investment in its Carlow site this year that it said will significantly enhance facilities and services on-site.
Global Shares, a software company headquartered in Clonakilty, Co Cork, is to create up to 80 jobs as part of a three-year expansion plan.
The Dún Laoghaire BID (Business Improvement District) company has described its planned next-generation cruise berth as a game-changer for the area’s economy.
Re.Store, a new Irish food, coffee and convenience concept, has joined forces with fuel retailer Topaz to revolutionise the forecourt and convenience experience.
Aircraft leasing company Fly Leasing said today that it has acquired its 55th Boeing 737-800 aircraft.
Danske Bank has announced that it has agreed a new five-year contract with An Post for the continued provision of cash and cheque lodgement services to Danske’s corporate and institutional (C&I) clients.
Dublin Airport is to become Ethiopian Airlines' European hub from next month.
Smurfit Kappa Group is to buy UK packaging and display company Inspirepac from the Logson Group for £43.5m.
Marks & Spencer (M&S) has opened a new rooftop café in its store on Grafton Street in Dublin, which features a number of sustainable initiatives such as Forest Stewardship Council certified wood in the table tops.
There was a 33pc increase in the overall number of jobs coming onto the market in March 2015 (12,138) compared to March (9,142) last year, according to the latest Morgan McKinley Irish Employment Monitor.
Hibernia REIT plc said today that the first phase at Block 3, Wyckham Point in Dundrum, Dublin 16, has been completed ahead of schedule and within budget.
Nokia and Alcatel-Lucent said today that they will be joining forces in a deal worth €15.6bn.
Recruitment company Hays has announced 60 new, full-time jobs in its Irish offices.
The value of debit card transactions is likely to exceed the amount withdrawn from ATMs for the first time in 2015, according to Banking & Payments Federation Ireland (BPFI).
Irish vision processor company Movidius has raised US$40m in funding, which will lead to the creation of up to 100 jobs in Ireland.
Ulster Bank is re-entering the broker market, announcing that it is making its mortgage products available through around 40 brokers around Ireland.
Connemara Mining has acquired five new prospecting licences covering 187 sq km on the Innisowen peninsula in Co Donegal.
In a trading statement issued today, UK discount retailer Poundland, owner of the Dealz chain in Ireland, said its total revenue in its 2015 financial year was up by 11.4pc to £1,111.5m.
26.02.2015 Ex Paddy Power executive Shane Murphy has been appointed as marketing director with responsibility for EMEA at retargeting platform AdRoll in Dublin.
20.02.2015 Smurfit Executive Development at the UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School is accepting applications for a new diploma course starting in April focused on strategic growth in the dynamic life sciences sector.
28.01.2015 Businesses are now focused on growth for the future and the outlook is positive for 2015, writes Ulster Bank in Ireland CEO, Jim Brown.
25.02.2015 IDA Ireland expects to create 80,000 new jobs over the next five years through a new strategy that aims to boost foreign direct investment by over 40pc over that timeframe.
25.02.2015 Irish hiring platform Jobbio has secured €1m in funding via AIB Seed Capital Fund, MXC Capital, Enterprise Ireland, and private investment.