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06.07.2015 Amaris Hospitality, a UK hotel investment and management group bringing together 89 properties, has launched today with Jurys Inn Hotel Group chief executive John Brennan as CEO.
02.07.2015 Ryanair said today that it will sue Hertz for breach of contract after receiving a notice from the company terminating its exclusive car hire agreement with the airline from...
Blue Insurance is to create 100 new jobs over the next 18 to 24 months as it...
Dublin City Council has granted planning permission to develop three new...
American cloud-based business has chosen the city as its European hub
This follows successful funding rounds during 2014 amounting to a total of €30m
They are jointly targeting the small business market
03.07.2015 Medical diagnostics company Radisens Diagnostics is moving from incubation...
02.07.2015 Clayton Hotels positioned a replica bedroom in the main concourse of Heuston...
02.07.2015 New York headquartered financial software firm ProSeeder Technologies is...
02.07.2015 Ireland’s next mobile operator – set to launch this summer – will be called...
02.07.2015 Irish mobile top-up provider Ding has bought US top-up network iSend for an...
Amaris Hospitality, a UK hotel investment and management group bringing together 89 properties, has launched today with Jurys Inn Hotel Group chief executive John Brennan as CEO.
Aer Lingus has reported a 2pc increase in total passenger numbers for June to 1,148,000 passengers compared to June 2014.
The number of housing projects started in the first four months of 2015 have dropped by 51pc to 1,698 compared to the same period last year, while planning applications have gone up by 18pc to 4,602 nationally year on year, according to the National Housing Construction Index published by Linked2Plans.
Dublin City Council has granted planning permission to develop three new landmark buildings on the old Boland Mill’s site, covering around 397,000 sq ft of office, residential, retail and cultural space.
American cloud-based business process outsourcing provider OneSource Virtual has chosen the city of Derry as its European hub and will create 289 new jobs there by the end of 2017.
Ryanair said today that it will sue Hertz for breach of contract after receiving a notice from the company terminating its exclusive car hire agreement with the airline from midday today.
New York headquartered financial software firm ProSeeder Technologies is establishing its first European subsidiary office in Dublin where it will hire 15 people.
Ireland’s next mobile operator – set to launch this summer – will be called iD, Dixons Carphone said today.
Ryanair carried 9.5 million passengers last month, up 14pc over June 2014, the airline said this morning.
The National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) is planning to hold one auction during the third quarter of 2015.
Gaming app developer KamaGames is to hire up to 100 people over the next three years in Dublin, with 50 of these jobs coming on stream within the next 12 months.
A European subsidiary of Blatant Media Corporation, Absorb Technology, is to create 12 new jobs with the establishment of a European operations hub in Dublin City Centre.
Malin has bought a 38pc stake in Irish medical technology company 3D4Medical for US$16.4m. The deal also gives Malin a further call option to increase its stakeholding to 50pc.
Diageo plc said today that it has sold Gleneagles Hotel - the venue of the Ryder Cup in 2014 - to a private investment group led by Ennismore for an undisclosed amount.
Permanent TSB (PTSB) has announced a change to its standard variable rate pricing that will see some of its 70,000 existing home loan customers moving from a current rate of 4.5pc down to 3.7pc.
One third of female respondents in a survey of business people in Ireland say they have been referred to as ‘love’ in a business meeting, with 27pc having been called ‘darling’, ‘honey’ or ‘pet’.
Corporate insolvencies in the second quarter of 2014 rose by 10pc over the previous quarter to 275, according to figures released today by Deloitte, and published by www.insolvencyjournal.ie.
International information technology company Sungard Availability Services (Sungard AS) is to create 50 new jobs in Dublin further to a new partnership with data centre solutions provider Digital Reality Trust.
A commercial property firm established last year by ex RTE Dragon Sean Gallagher and Digiweb founder Colm Piercy has acquired the former headquarters of tech giant Alcatel Lucent in Dublin.
Biopharma company AbbVie is planning to create 50 jobs over the next four years with the further expansion of its medical device manufacturing facility in Ballytivnan, Sligo.
Business software company Wrike is to set up its European headquarters in Dublin, creating 50 jobs over the next two years.
The mobile phone business owned by Denis O’Brien Digicel has filed documents with US regulator the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) stating it is planning an initial public offering (IPO) on the New York market.
Cork Airport has been commended in the annual ACI Europe Best Airport Awards.
There are signs of improvement at Tesco Ireland which has released a trading statement showing that sales in the first quarter of its financial year to the end of May fell by 4.4pc, a lower percentage drop than in previous quarters.
Connemara Mining has completed the first phase of prospecting on the newly acquired Inishowen Block, in Co Donegal, with initial results identifing a clear target area for more detailed investigations to find gold.
Liberty Insurance is to cut 270 jobs at its Cavan, Dublin and Enniskillen operations.
Eircom Wholesale is to provide wholesale telecommunications services to Pure Telecom in a deal worth €20m over the next two years.
Northern Ireland is to get a new energy supplier this August when Belfast-based Open Electric goes live.
Consumer spending and exports will help the eurozone’s GDP increase by 1.6pc in 2015 and by 1.9pc next year, according to the June 2015 issue of the EY Eurozone Forecast (EEF).
An office block in Spencer Dock is set to go on the market next week with a guide price of “in excess of €90m”.
DCC has completed the acquisition of Esso SAF’s unmanned retail petrol station network and motorway concessions in France.
All seven Irish mortgage lenders in Ireland have failed to comply fully with the Code of Conduct on Mortgage Arrears, according to a Central Bank inspection.
A portfolio of five retail parks in receivership has been put up for sale on the instruction of Bank of Ireland for a total quote price of €162m.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has confirmed that Ryanair once again carried more international customers than any other airline last year.
Tullow Oil said today that it will be plugging and abandoning the Zumba exploration well in the Norwegian Sea after drilling there failed to find hydrocarbons.
The world’s largest meat packer, Brazilian company JBS, has bought Moy Park in Northern Ireland from its owner Marfrig Global Foods for around US$1.5bn.
Fly Leasing has agreed to sell 33 aircraft from its current portfolio for US$985m.
Evros Technology Group, previously known as HiberniaEvros, is to hire 100 people this year across its offices in Dublin, Cork, Waterford and Kildare.
Beacon Hospital said today it will become Ireland’s first digital, paperless hospital within 18 months after agreeing a multi-million euro deal with Sláinte Healthcare.
Hotel operator Dalata Hotel Group is re-branding 10 of its newly acquired properties in the UK and Ireland as Clayton hotels by the end of this year.
Ireland has been ranked eighth out of the 28 EU member states for its broadband connectivity in European Commission’s 2015 Digital Economy and Society Index.
Greece has put forward a new plan ahead of an emergency meeting of eurozone leaders in Brussels today that the country’s prime minister, Alexis Tsipras has described as a “mutually beneficial deal”.
Kennedy Wilson Europe Real Estate plc (KWE) has submitted a planning application for what it says will be a significant refurbishment of Stillorgan Village shopping centre in Co Dublin.
IAG (International Consolidated Airlines Group) has formally announced its offer for Aer Lingus.
The EY Entrepreneur of the Year (EOY) CEO retreat kicks off today, 19 June, involving around 100 of Ireland’s entrepreneurs travelling to Berlin and Munich on an executive education programme focused on the future of industry.
Irish fruit importer Fyffes has increased its earnings target for 2015 from €44m-€50m to €55m-€61m. Its earnings reached €48.2m in 2014.
Natrium, the new owner of the Clerys building in O’Connell Street, Dublin has issued a statement saying it intends to transform it “to create a major new mixed-use destination and create large numbers of sustainable jobs”.
American augmented reality company Daqri has opened its new European headquarters and development centre on Sir John Rogerson’s Quay in Dublin where it will hire 30 people in software and hardware development.
Irish online insurance broker Blue Insurance is introducing two-year products, which it maintains will ‘transform’ the car and home insurance market in Ireland.
Lufthansa is to operate the Dublin–Munich service six times per week during the winter season, which runs from October until the end of March.
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.