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21.11.2014 Irish technology company Xanadu is to create 120 new jobs in Co Cork three years since it was first established there.
20.11.2014 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...
This is for the half year period to 16 November
Interim management statement was issued
First store was on Grafton St in Dublin
This is over the next three years
Revenue was €93.4m for three months to end of September
18.11.2014 The UK Financial Conduct Authority has approved purchase.
18.11.2014 New figures have been compiled.
17.11.2014 This is while offering other revenue generation options.
17.11.2014 They are set to suffer increase in fines and rejection by investors.
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 technology company Xanadu is to create 120 new jobs in Co Cork three years since it was first established there.
A study to be published this morning will show that three in five Irish employees think they will change jobs in the next year.
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.
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.
The National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) has today completed an auction of Irish Treasury bills, selling the target amount of €500m.
The Dean Hotel opens at 33 Harcourt St, Dublin this Friday, 21 November – the first hotel opening in Dublin in 19 months.
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.
Bausch+ Lomb said today that it is planning to invest €41m (US$55m) in manufacturing capacity at its Waterford facility.
Aer Lingus Regional is to introduce Ireland’s first direct service to Cornwall next summer.
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).
High Court protection has been granted to the Karen Millen chain and two associated companies to allow them try to trade out of their financial difficulties.
E-commerce and retail solutions provider to the travel industry Datalex has reported a 15pc increase in transaction revenue for the four months to the end of October, compared with the same period last year.
Independent News and Media said today that its total group revenues for the first 46 weeks of 2014 declined by 2.2pc.
Service station operator Applegreen has reported a near doubling of pre-tax profits to €10.1m for 2013 on the back of a 12pc rise in turnover to €804.5m.
Property fund Iput plc said today that it has completed the acquisition of a high specification logistics facility at Damastown Business Park, Dublin 15 for around €36m in an off-market transaction that will provide it with an initial income yield of 6.7pc.
Bam Group Ireland said today that it has completed the new free-flow junction at Newlands Cross four months ahead of schedule and within budget.
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 out at its annual Business Forum.
Nua Healthcare Services is set to expand its operations in the coming months with the creation of 25 nursing jobs across the following spectrums – intellectual and learning disability nursing; psychiatric and mental health nursing; and general nursing.
The UK Financial Conduct Authority has approved the purchase of HML by global financial services company Computershare and the acquisition has been completed.
The number of consumer and commercial debt judgments has dropped by 39pc to 3,339 judgments for the first ten months of 2014 compared to the same period in 2010, according to new figures compiled by Vision-net.ie.
In an interim management statement issued today, Green REIT plc said it completed two acquisitions for a total of €398m in the 20 week period from 1 July to date.
Paddy Power has reported a 38pc hike in group net revenue for the half year period to 16 November and says it is leading the industry in terms of penetration of the mobile sector, with 58pc of its total online revenue from mobile devices in the period.
In an interim management statement issued this morning, Hibernia REIT plc as described the six months to 30 September as a "highly but disciplined period of investment”.
The CIÉ Group of Companies – Iarnród Éireann, Dublin Bus and Bus Éireann – is looking for proposals which would maintain free WiFi to customers, while offering other revenue generation options for the group.
Carphone Warehouse is marking 18 years in business tomorrow, 18 November.
Hedge funds in Europe are set to suffer a sharp increase in fines and rejection by investors because the vast majority of them fail to understand the fundamental changes in governance, reporting and operational requirements under the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD), according to compliance software provider ViClarity.
NightOwl Discovery is to establish its European Centre of Excellence for eDiscovery in Dublin, leading to 25 legal and technology jobs over the next three years.
Rents have increased in every county of Ireland over the last year and have risen by an average of more than 11pc across the country, according to the latest quarterly Rental Report by Daft.ie.
Irish Continental Group (ICG) has reported revenue of €93.4m for the three months to the end of September, its seasonally most significant quarter, up 10.3pc on the same period in 2013.
A survey of the construction trade in Nothern Ireland conducted this month indicates that industry confidence has returned and recovery is underway.
Bristol-Myers Squibb Company is planning to build a new state-of-the-art, large-scale biologics manufacturing facility in Cruiserath, Dublin 15.
October was the 16th month of consecutive growth for Aer Lingus Regional.
Conroy Gold and Natural Resources plc has been granted nine exploration claims for gold and copper in the Sodankyla region of northern Finland.
Irish IT firm Typetec has won a new €1m contract with the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI), representing a milestone in their 20-year partnership.
Ryanair has announced it will open its first Slovakian base at Bratislava in March 2015 with two based aircraft and 16 routes, including one new route to Madrid, which will deliver almost a million customers per year and support 1,000 ‘on-site’ jobs, as Ryanair invests over $200m at Bratislava.
Tesco is to stock a festive range of plants from Swords-based grower Uniplumo.
Four business parks are coming together under one umbrella group, the Sandyford Business District, which will be the largest area of commercial property and employment in the South Dublin City region.
Sláinte Healthcare, the international healthcare technology company, has announced its 51st hospital partnership today with the installation of its software ‘Claimsure’ at Beacon Hospital in Dublin.
The Association of Expert Mortgage Advisors (AEMA) has announced that research it has recently undertaken highlights a startling lack of knowledge among Irish consumers as to what it takes to secure a mortgage and what they can do to make themselves more attractive to potential banking partners.
There was a 14pc increase in the number of professional job vacancies last month when compared with October 2013, according to the latest Morgan McKinley Monthly Employment Monitor.
The Central Bank of Ireland has fined Ulster Bank €3.5m and reprimanded it for the IT and governance failings that saw 600,000 customers without basic banking services over a four-week period in June and July 2012.
Tullow Oil said today that it will be reducing its overall exploration spend next year in order to reallocate capital across the business towards producing assets and the commercialisation of existing discoveries.
Reporting third quarter like-for-like sales growth of 3pc today, building materials group CRH reiterated its expectation that EBITDA will be up by around 10pc for the whole year.
The Nationwide UK (Ireland)/ESRI Savings Index, which measures overall sentiment towards saving, decreased to 94 in October, down 20 points on last month.
The Irish Stock Exchange (ISE) has launched a new web-based information portal for funds listed there called ISE Fund Hub.
04.09.2014 This is effective from September 2014.
03.09.2014 With business models expiring faster than ever before, the companies that are successful are those that can diversify and create business model portfolios, writes Mary Cronin.
29.07.2014 Outlook for the Irish economy revealed.
03.09.2014 Survey produced by Checkout magazine in association with Nielsen.
07.08.2014 Growth is expected to remain strong this and next year.