Annual report and financial statements published
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29.05.2015 A new three party agreement between Ordnance Survey (GB), Ordnance Survey Ireland (OSi) and Land and Property Services (LPS) Northern Ireland is set to improve access and...
29.05.2015 Datapac has become the first Irish company to achieve Elite Partner Status with Datto, a leading global provider of data backup, recovery and business continuity solutions.
Annual report and financial statements published
This is part of meetings on banking sector in Ireland
It plans to create nearly 100 jobs over next five years
Engineering group is Shannon-headquartered
This follows meetings with Minister for Finance
27.05.2015 This is over the next three months.
27.05.2015 Minister Donohoe said the decision was taken following detailed consideration.
26.05.2015 Quarterly BDO TECHtalk report has been released.
25.05.2015 It takes place over the June Bank Holiday weekend.
A new three party agreement between Ordnance Survey (GB), Ordnance Survey Ireland (OSi) and Land and Property Services (LPS) Northern Ireland is set to improve access and availability of mapping services for customers and government users operating across the UK and Ireland.
Datapac has become the first Irish company to achieve Elite Partner Status with Datto, a leading global provider of data backup, recovery and business continuity solutions.
150 trade buyers are at Bloom in the Phoenix Park this morning for a business breakfast hosted by Bord Bia.
The Dail has voted in favour of the sale of the State’s 25pc stake in Aer Lingus to IAG.
Dublin Airport is expecting 330,000 passengers to pass through over the June Bank Holiday weekend, which is a 14pc increase when compared to the same long weekend last year.
Irish-owned home entertainment chain Golden Disc Group has reported a 43pc increase in turnover to €12m for the year end June 2014, having opened six new stores during that financial year.
The opening by American professional services firm Marsh & McLennan of a new innovation centre in Dublin today, 28 May, is expected to create up to 100 highly skilled jobs.
Ireland has dropped from 16th to 15th position in the IMD World Competitiveness Yearbook ranking of 61 economies.
Dublin’s four local authorities are hoping to encourage private landlords to lease their houses and apartments to them in a new campaign.
Ottawa-headquartered cloud-based commerce platform Shopify is setting up customer service operations in Galway where it’s planning to hire up to 50 people by the end of next year.
Forecourt retailer Applegreen said today that it’s hoping to raise €70m through an initial public offering and will apply to trade on the AIM and ESM.
Dublin-based company Auxilion has invested €800,000 in a new project support service that it is marketing in Ireland and overseas.
The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) has published its annual report and financial statements for 2014.
Irish family-owned forecourt convenience retailer Maxol is investing €1.1m in the revamp of five of its stores in counties Cork, Wexford, Tipperary and Laois over the next three months.
The Governor of the Central Bank Prof Patrick Honohan will appear before the Oireachtas Joint Committee on Finance, Public Expenditure and Reform tomorrow as part of its meetings on the banking sector in Ireland.
Ontario-based cybersecurity company eSentire Inc is to locate its new European HQ and security operations centre in Ballincollig, Co Cork, where it plans to create nearly 100 jobs over the next five years.
The Government has decided to support IAG’s offer for Aer Lingus.
A new report titled ‘Second Hand Ireland’ has revealed a mass retail movement of hundreds of thousands of people online buying and selling everyday items.
The Liberties Business Forum is inviting companies and traders to consider relocating to or establishing business roots in the area through the Liberties Showcase and Investment Expo, which will take place on Thursday, 4 June.
The quarterly BDO TECHtalk report, which gives a comprehensive view of key trends and deals in the technology industry, has revealed that M&A activity in the tech sector continues to boom internationally while the number of companies completing IPOs has sharply declined.
Shannon-headquartered engineering group Mincon said today that its Q1 revenues were up 40pc over the same quarter last year, largely due to acquisitions completed in the intervening period.
Ryanair has reported net profits of €867m for the year to March 2015, up 66pc over the previous year.
Dublin Port Riverfest has been launched for this year, aiming to attract 65,000 visitors over the June Bank Holiday weekend and expecting to contribute €1m to the local economy.
Ireland’s six main mortgage lenders have agreed to review their variable rates and products following meetings with Minister for Finance Michael Noonan.
UPC has today opened its first dedicated retail outlet in Limerick.
Irish Residential Properties Reit plc (IRes) agreed to buy 92 apartments and crèche building at Tyrone Court in Inchicore, Dublin 8 from Tetrarch Capital for €19.45m.
The European Union’s 28 countries had a current account surplus of €15.1bn March, compared with an €18bn surplus in February, according to first estimates from Eurostat.
ESB yesterday completed the placement of a €500m 2.125pc fixed-rate bond that matures in June 2027.
US software giant Microsoft has taken over as the largest company in Ireland with annual turnover of €19.8bn, according to the Irish Times Top 1,000 Companies 2015 survey.
Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC) said today that it has been in discussions with Dragon Oil’s board about buying the 44.1pc stake in the company it doesn't already own.
The unemployment rate has fallen to below 10pc for the first time in seven years, according to the latest figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO).
Software company Qualtrics is to create 100 new jobs in Dublin, which will bring the total number of people employed in Ireland to 250 by the end of 2016.
The National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) this morning completed an auction of Irish Treasury Bills, selling the target amount of €500m.
Launching its winter schedule today, Aer Lingus said it will recommence its Dublin to Liverpool route from 23 October, with 16 flights a week.
Musgrave Group is to sell its British business to Booker for €57m (£40m).
There will be direct non-stop flights to Mexico and Jamaica from Dublin Airport for the first time from June 2016.
Wi-Fi hotspot provider Bitbuzz has launched a new service which offers free and unlimited Wi-Fi to end users while they are in hotels, cafes, bars and other hospitality outlets.
UK pub operator JD Wetherspoon is to open three new pubs in Dublin and Cork in the coming months involving an investment of over €6m and the creation of around 150 jobs.
Biopharma company Mallinckrodt has announced a €45m investment to expand its Dublin-based operations.
Swiss bank UBS said today that it will pay a total of US$545m to US authorities to settle Libor-related investigations.
Kingspan said today that it has reached agreement with the Canadian Competition Bureau regarding its acquisition of Vicwest's building products division.
Marks and Spencer has reported a 0.4pc increase in group sales to £10.3bn in the year to 28 March 2015, while underlying profit before tax was up by 6.1pc to £661.2m.
Total Produce plc has increased its full year target for adjusted earnings per share into the upper half of its previously announced range of between 9.2c and 10.2c.
Eircom has informed the Irish Stock Exchange that previously received and rejected a non-binding expression of interest valuing the company in the region of €3.2bn to €3.3bn.
PhoneWatch has launched a new system today that it said is the first in Ireland to monitor homes for the threats of theft, fire and carbon monoxide.
A new €14m student centre is being developed in the centre of Dublin City University’s (DCU) Glasnevin campus, according to plans unveiled today.
DCC has raised £197.4m through the completion of the placing of shares earlier today.
More than 5,600 new mortgages with a total value of €983m were drawn down by borrowers in Ireland during the first quarter of 2015, according to the latest ‘Mortgage Market Profile’ from the Banking & Payments Federation Ireland (BPFI).
Greencore has reported a 3.2pc increase in group revenue to £639.8m in the first 26 weeks of its financial year to 27 March 2015.
Independent News & Media (INM) plc’s total group revenues were down by 1pc in the first four months of the year, according to an interim management statement issued this morning.
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.