There was a 45pc rise in data usage in second quarter compared to last year
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25.07.2014 Estate agency Douglas Newman Good (DNG) is predicting an annual house price increase of 20pc in Dublin at the end of this year, following a 5.9pc average increase from April to...
24.07.2014 Dankse Bank said this morning that it posted pre-tax profits of DKK8.6bn (€1,157.5m) in the first half of 2014, while net profit was DKK6.9bn (€920m). The bank also raised its...
There was a 45pc rise in data usage in second quarter compared to last year
Office building is located on Fenian St in Dublin 2
Court ruled in favour on all but one of points appealed by Heritage
It is creating up to 40 jobs by the end of this year
This is according to estate agency Douglas Newman Good
25.07.2014 Over the past 18 months company has taken on 12 new staff.
24.07.2014 It posted pre-tax profits of DKK8.6bn (€1,157.5m) in first half of 2014.
23.07.2014 An investment package was made by Brehon Capital.
23.07.2014 This was for a reported €65m.
Over the past 18 months AirSpeed Telecom has achieved 40pc revenue growth and taken on 12 new staff, according to CEO Liam O’Kelly, who was the winner of the RSM Entrepreneur of the Year Award at the European Business Awards last May.
Estate agency Douglas Newman Good (DNG) is predicting an annual house price increase of 20pc in Dublin at the end of this year, following a 5.9pc average increase from April to June this year.
Irish Residential Properties Real Estate Investment Trust (IRES REIT) has bought The Marker Residences in Dublin for over €50.1m.
Over 68pc of Vodafone Ireland’s 2.1 million mobile customers are now using mobile internet and data services on their devices, with a 45pc rise in data usage in the second quarter compared to the same period last year.
Dankse Bank said this morning that it posted pre-tax profits of DKK8.6bn (€1,157.5m) in the first half of 2014, while net profit was DKK6.9bn (€920m). The bank also raised its net profit forecast for the full year.
In a statement issued today, Hibernia REIT plc said it is in exclusive discussions to buy Cumberland House, a seven storey office building located on Fenian St in Dublin 2.
Tullow Oil’s Ugandan subsidiary has won its appeal at the Court of Appeal in London in proceedings against Heritage Oil and Gas and Heritage Oil Plc (Heritage).
Over 170 jobs have been safeguarded at The Mount Wolseley Hotel in Carlow further to an investment package worth €7.5m being made by Brehon Capital as the hotel successfully exits examinership.
Hotel and hospitality group, Lalco Hotel Group, in partnership with US billionaire businessman John Malone, has signed an agreement to buy the The Westin Dublin for a reported €65m.
Itron, Inc, a which provides technology and services for measuring, managing and analysing energy and water, is to set up a global business services (GBS) centre in Cork, creating up to 40 jobs by the end of this year.
The closing date for nominations for the 2014/15 European Business Awards is 29 July 2014.
Consumers could make substantial savings by shopping around for their home insurance, according to a new comparison survey from the National Consumer Agency.
Hibernia REIT plc has issued an interim management statement for the period from 1 April 2014 to date, ahead of its AGM which is being held this morning at 11.30am.
Lead generation services company Internal Results Ireland Ltd is to establish a customer support centre as part of its Portlaoise operation, creating an additional 20 full-time jobs over the next three years.
AlienVault, which provides Unified Security Management solutions and crowd-sourced threat intelligence, has announced the establishment of its new EMEA sales and technical support centre in Cork and its plans to create up to 40 highly skilled roles in the coming year.
Meteor has sealed a new three-year deal with HEAnet to provide mobile broadband for over 60 educational institutions around Ireland.
Newry-based company Around Noon has won a contract worth €1.25m with food and support services company Compass Group Ireland to supply 90 of its units with sandwiches, wraps and salads.
Chinese telecoms equipment maker Huawei, which has operations in Ireland, has reported a 19pc increase in sales revenue in the first six months of the year to reach 135.8bn yuan(around €16bn).
Home protection company PhoneWatch has opened its first office outside Dublin, at John’s Quay, Kilkenny, which will create 15 new jobs.
The Irish Rugby Football Union (IRFU) has announced a €7.3m surplus due to improved Guinness Series ticket sales and increased prize monies thanks to a better than 'budgeted' finish in the RBS 6 Nations championship and another year of strong provincial performances, according to its 2013/14 annual report and accounts.
IDA Ireland has launched 'Invest in Galway' as part of a digital marketing initiative for attracting inward investment by highlighting the specific attributes of individual regional urban centres.
In a trading statement issued in advance of its AGM in Dublin this morning, DCC plc said overall trading for the first quarter to 30 June 2014 has been in line with budget.
The State’s share of the overall loss from the Garth Brooks cancellation has been estimated to be in the region of €14m in lost direct tax revenues, according to the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA).
London City Airport has held onto the top spot as most punctual airport in the UK with the most flights on time in Q1 2014.
Dublin-headquartered aviation leasing company SMBC Aviation Capital has this week ordered 115 Airbus A320 family aircraft in a deal worth around US$11.8bn at list prices.
Tánaiste Joan Burton has met with over 100 businesses in Dublin to discuss the range of employer incentives available through the Department of Social Protection to encourage recruitment.
Over four million searches for used cars took place on Irish website Carzone.ie in the month of June, with German car makes being searched the most.
Minister for Finance Michael Noonan has published the Review of the National Asset Management Agency (Nama).
Aldi has announced that it will be offering a full primary school uniform for less than €6.50.
The 400-acre Cherrywood site in south Dublin, which includes a business park and development lands, has been put up for sale with a guide price of more than €220m.
Hovione and Merrion Pharmaceuticals have announced a strategic partnership on the use of the latter’s Gipet technology, which converts injection-only medicines into tablets or capsules.
Google Chromecast plug-in streaming device for HD TVs officially officially went on sale in Ireland last night.
Aer Lingus Regional, which is operated by Stobart Air, said today that it experienced its best month on record in June since the franchise began in March 2010.
The number of shares dealt on the Irish Stock Exchange (ISE) increased by 32pc to reach 2.2 million in the first half of this year compared to the same period in 2013.
Three Ireland said today that it has completed its acquisition of O2 in Ireland from Telefonica.
The representative body for Dublin publicans has said that it is “hugely disappointed” at the confirmation that all five Garth Brooks concerts in Croke Park have been cancelled.
The Nationwide UK (Ireland)/ESRI Savings Index, which measures overall sentiment towards saving, decreased to 95 in June, a seven point decrease versus the previous month.
It was confirmed last night that all five Garth Brooks concerts, which were due to be held in Croke Park later this month, have been cancelled.
Microsoft is expected to announce job cuts impacting thousands of workers this week as part of its integration of Nokia’s handset unit, according to reports.
Hibernia REIT said today that it has exchanged contracts to buy Guild House and Commerzbank House for €90.75m in cash from a syndicate of private investors in an off-market transaction.
GuestLogix Inc, a global provider of onboard retail and payment technology solutions to airlines, rail operators and the passenger travel industry, has announced the launch of its global customer support centre (GCSC) in Dublin later this year.
Ryanair has launched it new app, which it says will make it even easier for customers to browse, book, check in, board and fly.
Officially opening its latest branch in Grand Canal Square in Dublin today, KBC Bank Ireland also revealed that it will open five additional retail banking ‘hubs’ this year.
Further expansion in Irish construction activity was recorded in June, extending the current sequence of growth to 10 months, according to the latest Ulster Bank Construction Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI).
A new study has found that the Irish software industry has increased the number of people involved in software development by over 30pc in the past three years.
Investing in health and safety resulted in cost savings of €2m in one year for Cork-based Janssen Pharmaceutical.
An international architectural design competition for a €20m redevelopment of the RDS Arena that will increase its capacity from 18,500 to 25,000 has been launched today.
In a trading statement issued this morning, CPL said its business continues to perform well year-on-year and that its results for the year to 30 June 2014 will reflect growth in revenues and profits on last year.
Global valuation and corporate finance advisor Duff & Phelps Corporation has announced that the firm has acquired the restructuring and insolvency division of RSM Farrell Grant Sparks (RSM FGS), which is located in the Republic of Ireland.
Canon Ireland has welcomed the recent announcement that Canon Inc has signed a global service agreement with German automobile manufacturer Volkswagen AG for the provision of multifunction office systems and solutions.
26.12.2013 With investors moving back towards property assets, director of lending at Bank of Ireland Private Banking Kevin Murray asks if private clients should have debt in their portfolios
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31.12.2013 Today, every business is essentially a digital business, writes Hilary O’Meara, head of technology at Accenture Ireland.
26.12.2013 The economic outlook for 2014 is brighter, but still challenging, writes Jim Power, Power is chief economist at Friends First.
27.11.2013 Irish GDP is set to grow by 1pc this year and by 2.5pc in 2014, according to Davy.