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Yesterday’s News

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Yesterday’s News

Dublin Airport is looking for better ways to scare off birds

Hares, badgers and foxes are also on the hit list.

From Business ETC The Department of Justice's HQ is on the market for €20 million Building And Property

The Department of Justice's HQ is on the market for €20 million

The property is currently owned by SW3 Capital, which bought up big after the crash.

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Tuesday 20 June, 2017

Dublin's new 'stationless' bike company has stalled its launch over council concerns

The local authority warned the public that BleeperBike didn’t have its consent to operate.

Sunday 18 June, 2017

How airports make a fortune flogging giant Toblerones and the like to flyers

Duty-free has become an essential business for international travel hubs.

Take a guided tour of... the billion-dollar tech firm with an Irish pub in its office

US market research company Qualtrics is currently on a major recruitment drive.

High 'churn' and trouble finding new recruits have left the Central Bank short on staff

The financial regulator is likely to fall well short on its recruitment targets.

Saturday 17 June, 2017

Whatever happened to... the biggest shopping centre never built in Limerick?

The long-delayed ‘opera centre’ project has blighted the city’s CBD for a decade.

'We'll have nothing': After 65 years, one of Donegal's most famous butchers is closing

McGettigans Butchers has won numerous awards and was visited by Prince Charles.

An Irish med-tech firm could make your smartphone and toilet 'superbug'-free

As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight series, we profile Kastus.

Friday 16 June, 2017

From Business ETC COMPETITION: Win nearly €7,500 in prizes by pitching your business idea in a video Startups

COMPETITION: Win nearly €7,500 in prizes by pitching your business idea in a video

The VidPitch Competition is the chance to get cash, office space and exposure for you and your product.

Thursday 15 June, 2017

Hotel, alcohol and transport prices make Ireland the second most expensive EU country

Only Denmark has higher consumer costs.

An Irish med-tech firm could make your smartphone and toilet 'superbug'-free

As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight series, we profile Kastus.

Patrick Collison: 'There's too much focus on the founders of big tech companies'

Stripe’s chief said it’s ‘unfortunate’ that the inner workings of successful firms are often ignored.

A new venture from Hassle's Irish creator brings a taste of The Sims to home renovations

Jules Coleman and co-founder Alex Depledge have launched BuildPath in the UK.

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'I put my life savings on the table to start my company. It didn't seem like a risk'

As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile Dublin trading company Positive Equity.

Johnny Ronan's Dublin tower has been panned as 'highly obtrusive' and 'devoid of elegance'

An Taisce’s objection said the 22-storey building would be a ‘massive intrusion’ on the city’s skyline.

Ryanair is talking to Boeing about adding the biggest planes yet to its fleet

The airline said it’s scoping out all options.

High 'churn' and trouble finding new recruits have left the Central Bank short on staff

The financial regulator is likely to fall well short on its recruitment targets.

How airports make a fortune flogging giant Toblerones and the like to flyers

Duty-free has become an essential business for international travel hubs.

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'We'll have nothing': After 65 years, one of Donegal's most famous butchers is closing

McGettigans Butchers has won numerous awards and was visited by Prince Charles.

Take a guided tour of... the billion-dollar tech firm with an Irish pub in its office

US market research company Qualtrics is currently on a major recruitment drive.

Whatever happened to... the biggest shopping centre never built in Limerick?

The long-delayed ‘opera centre’ project has blighted the city’s CBD for a decade.

This low-profile firm has quietly pumped millions into creating a pub empire in Cork

The Emporium Company has bought and refitted four bars in the county as part of ‘phase one’ of its plans.

Wednesday 14 June, 2017

Ryanair's chair resigned from Uber's board after a sexist remark about women

David Bonderman has served as a director at the low-cost carrier for over two decades.

Tuesday 13 June, 2017

RTÉ has sold off part of its Donnybrook HQ for more than €100m

Cairn Homes is expected to build more than 500 houses on the property.

Sunday 11 June, 2017

Without a truly iconic tourist attraction, Ireland banks on billion-euro 'encounters with locals'

Airbnb and the like are lining up to sell punters travel ‘experiences’.

The children of a major Celtic Tiger developer are building dozens of Dublin homes

Joe Moran’s Manor Park Homes constructed hundreds of houses across Ireland in the boom.

Take a guided tour of... this coffee shop inside two freight containers

The café with a twist opened in the heart of the Liberties last month.

'I think there will be autonomous taxis driving in Ireland within 10 years'

As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile Dublin-based taxi company Lynk.

Friday 9 June, 2017

From Business ETC COMPETITION: Win FREE office space at a new co-working hub in Dublin's city centre Work

COMPETITION: Win FREE office space at a new co-working hub in Dublin's city centre

Space@DublinBIC offers all of the office perks without the big financial burden.

Thursday 8 June, 2017

A Cork hotel group is putting €50m into a project in the city's Victorian quarter

Trigon Hotels plans to expand the historic Metropole Hotel and build a sister property.

Two Irish brothers want to banish the classroom from accountants' training

As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight series, we profile LearnSignal.

Dublin money-sharing startup Plynk has raised €25m to roll out across Europe

It is one of the largest-ever sums put into a young firm here.

After a year of 'awful pitches', a Pat Phelan-backed fund for Irish startups has shut

Nohovation was launched last May by Trutsev founder Phelan and Illann Power.

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Without a truly iconic tourist attraction, Ireland banks on billion-euro 'encounters with locals'

Airbnb and the like are lining up to sell punters travel ‘experiences’.

Liquidator appointed to a company owned by the star of RTÉ Masterchef

NIck Munier’s Avenue restaurant in Temple Bar suddenly shut last month.

The children of a major Celtic Tiger developer are building dozens of Dublin homes

Joe Moran’s Manor Park Homes constructed hundreds of houses across Ireland in the boom.

Trinity is planning 'one of the largest projects since the IFSC' in Dublin's docks

The new technology campus will cost up to €1.25 billion to complete.

'I think there will be autonomous taxis driving in Ireland within 10 years'

As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile Dublin-based taxi company Lynk.

Take a guided tour of... this coffee shop inside two freight containers

The café with a twist opened in the heart of the Liberties last month.

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