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16.09.2014 New OECD BEPS proposals for international corporate tax reform will offer significant opportunities for the Irish economy, according to Ibec.
16.09.2014 Sage Ireland has published five short tips for businesses in order to prepare for e-day, which is this Friday, 19 September.
Thia is through a €0.4m investment
International reputation going from strength to strength
It's company's largest multi-language client engagement centre worldwide
It is more than doubling its workforce
Company is a provider of software
15.09.2014 They will join existing store teams.
12.09.2014 It brings together three flavours.
11.09.2014 It can be used by any smartphone equipped with Hailo app.
11.09.2014 It's located on Newtown Road.
New OECD BEPS proposals for international corporate tax reform will offer significant opportunities for the Irish economy, according to Ibec.
Sage Ireland has published five short tips for businesses in order to prepare for e-day, which is this Friday, 19 September.
Fyffes and Chiquita have confirmed that they are in discussions with the European Commission regarding possible limited commitments with a view to obtaining clearance of their previously announced merger transaction by the Commission in its initial Phase I review period.
Fujitsu has announced a collaboration with open source solutions provider Red Hat to deliver a hyperscale, software-defined storage appliance for service providers and IT organisations that provides online data access in the multi-petabyte range.
The overall KBC Ireland/ESRI Consumer Sentiment Index decreased to 87.1 in August, from 89.4 in July.
Close to one in two retailers are unsure whether the Government is ‘on the right track’ when it comes to reviving the economy, a new survey has revealed.
A new Subway store has opened at Dublin’s Tara St train station, creating 10 new jobs in the local community.
The majority (71pc) of business leaders are confident they can transition from a state of digital transformation to digital maturity within just five years, according to research from Coleman Parkes, commissioned by Ricoh Europe.
Enet, Ireland’s open access network operator, is building Enet’s and Ireland’s second fibre town in Loughrea, Co Galway through a €0.4m investment in broadband infrastructure that sees Ripplecom offering 250Mbs broadband connectivity to local businesses.
The international reputation of Irish-made films is going from strength to strength, if representation at festivals and awards is anything to go by.
For a country of its size, the film industry in Ireland is punching well above its weight, and all the signs point to it going from strength to strength.
Argos is to take on 500 seasonal workers across the Republic of Ireland to join its existing store teams in the run up to Christmas.
IBM has today opened its European digital sales centre at the IBM Technology Campus in Dublin.
Keogh’s Farm, farmers and creators of Keogh’s hand-cooked potato crisps, has launched its Farm Favourites Multipack.
Glanbia plc said this morning that it has agreed to buy The Isopure Company LLC for a cash consideration of US$153m.
French software provider Sidetrade has opened a new office in Dublin where it plans to create 90 skilled roles over the next two years.
Hailo is rolling a new electronic payment service from today that will allow passengers to pay for street-hailed Hailo taxis with the app.
Aldi Stores (Ireland) has today opened a new store on Newtown Road in Wexford Town, creating 20 new jobs.
The Mater Private Cork hospital is set to create 150 new jobs, more than doubling its workforce, as part of a €70m investment.
Deloitte has announced that it has commenced its search for over 200 graduate positions.
Ryanair has taken delivery of the first of its 180 new Boeing 737-800 NG order, worth $16bn at current list prices.
Irish companies continue to be more positive about the impact of the recession on levels of innovation according to a new KPMG/RedC survey.
An Taoiseach Enda Kenny TD will be officially opening Diageo’s new €169m state-of-the-art brewery at St James Gate, Dublin today, 10 September.
Apple announced its intention to enter the field of mobile payments as it launched its iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and Apple Watch in California.
Traditionally considered a quieter month for recruitment, August was a record summer month for professional job vacancies with the numbers available actually increasing on the previous month, according to the Morgan McKinley Employment Monitor for July 2014.
Aer Lingus Regional, operated by Stobart Air, has added extra seats to accommodate fans travelling to the Ryder Cup, the Scotland versus Ireland Euro 2016 Qualifier and next year’s Six Nations fixtures.
Finnair is to add a new seasonal service from Helsinki to Dublin next year.
Despite signs of an upswing in business and consumer confidence in Ireland, the Quarter 4 2014 Manpower Employment Outlook Survey indicates Irish employers are content to wait and see if these expected developments come to fruition prior to adding to their workforces.
The Ikea Group said today that its total sales in the 2014 financial year amounted to €28.7bn, up 3pc over last year’s figure.
Dalata Hotel Group has reported revenues of €35m in the first half of 2014, up 31p on the previous year.
The ‘San Antoine’ bed and breakfast in Caherciveen, Co Kerry is the one millionth premises in Ireland to be passed with superfast broadband as part of the rollout of eircom’s fibre network.
Ryanair has signed an agreement to buy up to 200 new Boeing 737 Max 200 aircraft for up to US$22bn at current list prices.
Irish consumers are missing out on savings of over €2,000 per annum by failing to shop around for better value on their household bills, according to new research.
Activity in the Irish construction sector has now increased every month over the past year, driven by a rise in new orders, according to the Ulster Bank Construction Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI).
Having assembled a portfolio of 17 assets since it first listed on the Irish Stock Exchange in June last year, Green Real Estate Investment Trust (Green REIT) has reported a net profit of €43.1m for the year to the end of June 2014.
The ‘fear factor’ which has gripped Irish consumers for years appears to be starting to ease, as rising employment, strong consumer sentiment and improving retail sales now point to economic recovery, according to Ibec’s Consumer Monitor 2014.
Owner of the Tullamore Dew Irish whiskey brand William Grant & Sons has reported a 5.2pc rise in turnover to £1.12bn and a 10.6pc increase in group operating profit to £138m for 2013.
Irish mechanical and electrical engineering contracting firm Kirby Group has announced the creation of 30 new jobs in its Irish operations.
Tullow Oil plc said today that it is selling its operated and non-operated L12/L15 block interests and non-operated Q4 and Q5 block interests in the North Sea to AU Energy BV for €62.7m (US$81.1m).
BAM Group Ireland has been awarded the contract to design and construct a new €14.4m research and incubator facility at Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT), Grangegorman.
Merrion Pharmaceuticals plc said today that it has received a milestone payment after the successful completion of a phase 1 clinical trial with an oral formulation of a Novo Nordisk proprietary GLP-1 analogue.
Bank of Ireland said today that it has entered into a long-term, exclusive relationship with Evo Payments International to provide merchant acquiring services across the island of Ireland.
The Camden Court Hotel in Dublin has been accredited with its fourth star following extensive investment in both its facilities and service levels.
The Spectrum portolio of six retail schemes around the country and one office block has been put onto the market for €120m.
Ryanair’s August traffic was a record 9.4 million customers, up more than 4pc or 400,000 passengers over the same month in 2013, the airline said today.
A €150m operating contract that will see Transdev Dublin Light Rail Ltd operating and maintaining the Luas system for the next five years was signed this week.
Fly Leasing said today that it has bought two Airbus A330-300 aircraft manufactured in 2013 and on lease to a leading airline in Asia in a sale and lease-back transaction.
C&C Group plc has confirmed it has integrated the Gleeson Group into its business following its acquisition to create a single Irish entity, now to be called C&C Gleeson.
Total Produce has reported first half total revenue of €1.59bn, down 4.5pc over the same period last year.
Aer Lingus Regional, operated by Stobart Air, has announced the addition of a new route to its network, with flights to Leeds Bradford due to begin on 23 October 2014.
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.