It's described as “a new and faster way to enjoy all your American style foods”
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17.12.2014 Aramark Ireland has won a four-year contract worth over €400,000 a year to provide facilities management services to Enterprise Ireland.
17.12.2014 Consumer payments network Payzone has signed an agreement with catalogue fashion retailer Oxendales, allowing for the transfer and collection of payments from Oxendales...
It's described as “a new and faster way to enjoy all your American style foods”
It involved 600 Irish employees
They are Donnybrook House and Charlemont Clinic
It's in Ballymoneen, Knocknacarra
According to Fáilte Ireland’s annual tourism industry review
17.12.2014 It's for four years.
17.12.2014 Consumer payments network Payzone has signed an agreement.
17.12.2014 This is according to the December issue of EY Eurozone Forecast.
16.12.2014 This is a result of an €8.2m investment.
16.12.2014 The Christmas period is a ‘make or break’ time for retailers.
Fly Leasing Ltd said this week that it has delivered the last of three Boeing 737-800 aircraft "to a leading Asian airline".
Aramark Ireland has won a four-year contract worth over €400,000 a year to provide facilities management services to Enterprise Ireland.
Consumer payments network Payzone has signed an agreement with catalogue fashion retailer Oxendales, allowing for the transfer and collection of payments from Oxendales customers through the Payzone retail network.
Irish diner chain Eddie Rocket’s is to create 50 new jobs with the launch of its new dining experience ‘Rocket’s by Eddie Rocket’s, described as “a new and faster way to enjoy all your American style foods”.
GDP growth in the eurozone is expected to pick up from 0.8pc in 2014 to 1.2pc next year and then 1.6pc a year from 2016-2018, according to the December issue of the EY Eurozone Forecast (EEF).
A survey of 600 Irish employees has found that 84pc believe their work relationships are important to their quality of life and only 7pc say they have no colleagues they consider to be real friends.
UK property developer Development Securities has acquired two Dublin city centre properties for €16.1m - Donnybrook House and Charlemont Clinic.
Musgrave Retail Partners Ireland is to create 80 new jobs as a result of an €8.2m investment at the company’s Fonthill depot in Dublin.
The Christmas period is a ‘make or break’ time for retailers and their supply chain, with sales made in November and December having a disproportionate impact on their performance for the year.
Developers Burkeway Homes has announced plans for a new residential development in Ballymoneen, Knocknacarra in Co Galway which will create an estimated 200 construction jobs next year.
Dublin-based telecoms provider Magnet provided the connectivity behind the X Factor final at the Wembley Arena in London over the weekend.
Confidence regarding continued growth in the tourism sector is being boosted by “dramatically improving” overseas markets, increased air access and recent initiatives such as the Wild Atlantic Way, according to Fáilte Ireland’s annual tourism industry review.
Glanbia Ingredients Ireland’s (GII) newly-built milk protein facility on its existing site in Virginia, Co Cavan, has been officially opened, employing 100 people.
UK pub chain JD Wetherspoon has bought Camden Hall Hostel on Camden Street in Dublin’s city centre where it aims to open a 100-room hotel on the site, together with a pub.
UK property developer Barratt Developments and house-builder Taylor Wimpey are to join the FTSE 100 at the end of this week. The two companies will replace engineering company IMI and oil field services provider Petrofac, both of which will enter the FTSE 250 Index.
SMEs are waiting an average of 60 days to be paid by big business and Government agencies, according to the latest Isme credit watch survey.
Denis O’Brien-owned Kendrick Investments – the parent company of Topaz Energy – has agreed to buy Esso Ireland’s fuels and convenience store businesses for an undisclosed amount. The Esso sites will be rebranded as Topaz service stations.
Three marine sector companies are to create more than 90 jobs in the Cork Harbour region over the next five years.
Hedge funds in Europe that are rushing to outsource their compliance to meet looming reporting deadlines under the Alternative Investment Fund Management Directive (AIFMD) are largely failing to consider the risks of doing so, warns ViClarity, the global compliance software provider.
Ireland’s oldest McDonald’s restaurant, on Dublin’s Grafton Street, has been officially re-launched following a €2m refurbishment.
Nypro Healthcare has won the Company of the Year award at the Irish Medical Technology Industry Excellence Awards, which were held by the Irish Medical Devices Association and this year jointly hosted with Enterprise Ireland and IDA Ireland in Limerick.
Petroceltic said today that it believes legal proceedings taken against the company by Worldview Capital Management are “totally without merit and misconceived”.
A planning application for a €450m project to develop almost 42,500 sq metre of office and residential space at 5 Hanover Quay and 76 Sir John Rogerson’s Quay in Dublin’s Docklands has been submitted to Dublin City Council.
UK software company 1E is opening a software development office in Citywest, Dublin which will employ up to 40 people within two years.
IFG Group has completed the sale of its Irish pension and advisory business to Willis Ireland, part of Willis Group Holdings.
Fyffes plc has announced that under the authority granted by shareholders at its previous annual general meeting, it purchased 3,000,000 ordinary shares of €0.06 each in the issued share capital of the company on the market at a price of €1.00 per share on 11 December 2014.
PwC’s IPO Watch analysis has found that €48.8bn has already been raised so far on European equity markets in 2014, surpassing the combined money raised in the whole of 2012 and 2013, a total of €37.8bn.
Fidelity Investments officially opened its second office in Dublin this morning with a ceremony and the announcement of plans to create 200 new jobs.
Aldi has today opened its 113th store in Ireland in the country’s tallest building, The Elysian in Cork city centre.
Discount retailer Lidl is opening two new stores, in Dublin and Westmeath, this week, creating 63 new jobs.
Irish hotel investment company iNua Hospitality has reported double-digit growth in its portfolio in its first year of operations.
Life and health insurer Allianz Worldwide Care is to create 100 new jobs in Dublin and is moving into new larger offices in Park West Business Campus, Dublin 12.
Ireland’s largest humanitarian organisation Concern Worldwide has updated its phone system using a unified communications call centre solution from American provider ShoreTel – for an undisclosed amount.
A survey of over 1,000 people across Ireland by RecruitIreland has found that 62pc of respondents are getting a Christmas party this year, with the bill mostly being picked up by the boss.
UK pub operator JD Wetherspoon is opening its second pub in the Republic of Ireland this month, creating 60 new jobs in Dun Laoghaire in Dublin.
The Bord Gáis Energy Index hit a four-year low in November as Brent crude oil fell by 18pc. The index is now 30pc lower than this time last year.
Footfall figures on Dublin’s key shopping thoroughfares are showing significant year on year increases, suggesting that total pedestrian movements on Grafton and Henry Streets could hit the 1.1m per week mark in the run up to Christmas, according to a report by Savills Ireland.
Dalata Hotel Group has entered into an agreement to acquire the Pillo Hotel & Spa in Galway city for €10.5m.
Europcar Ireland plans to invest €5.4m in expanding its fleet of vehicles and opening new branches in 2015 on the back of 10pc growth in rental days in 2014 to reach one million.
Armagh-based company Almac has scooped the overall Ulster Bank Business Achiever 2014 title.
Investment in research and development by companies based in Ireland increased to 13.6pc in 2013 – well above both the world average (4.9pc) and the EU average (2.6pc), according to a new European Commission report.
UPC has bought Irish WiFi operator Bitbuzz for an undisclosed sum.
Premier Lotteries Ireland (PLI) has officially become the new operator of the National Lottery in Ireland following payment of the final instalment of the licence fee and a successful transition process.
Discount retailer Dealz has opened two more stores in Ireland, in Mallow, Co Cork and Navan, Co Meath and will open a third in Athy, Co Kildare on 11 December.
Fáilte Ireland’s Dublin Convention Bureau (DCB) is targeting an 8% increase in meetings in Dublin during 2015, with an estimated economic impact of €55m for the city in the year ahead.
Ryanair has raised its full year profit after-tax forecast to a new range of €810m to €830m, up from its previous €750m to €770m range.
Sky has agreed to sell a controlling stake in Sky Betting & Gaming (Sky Bet) to funds advised by CVC Capital Partners (CVC) in a deal that values online betting and gaming business at £800m.
Carphone Warehouse has announced an €6m investment in a new data centre to power its own mobile operator, which is launching in July 2015.
The European Space Agency has awarded a significant contract to Arralis a technology company servicing the aerospace and security sector founded and based in Limerick.
Synthetic diamond company Element Six has announced an expansion to its Shannon site that will create 40 new jobs initially.
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