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Yesterday’s News

Dublin's CityJet is merging with a Spanish airline to form Europe's biggest regional carrier

The combined companies will have a fleet of nearly 100 aircraft.

'Nonsensical': Restaurants are fighting an EU bid to mandate free tap water for all

Trade groups believe a European proposal will unfairly burden businesses.

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Saturday 21 July, 2018

'It'll be way bigger than we anticipated': The rise of non-alcoholic beer in Ireland

Sales here have traditionally lagged those elsewhere in Europe – but that appears to be changing.

Ryanair collects €1.8bn through extra charges - but it's not the king of the add-on

American airlines dominate the world’s league of non-ticket sales.

Thursday 19 July, 2018

From Business ETC We're partnering with Griffith College to offer one reader a full MBA scholarship Work

We're partnering with Griffith College to offer one reader a full MBA scholarship

You’ll get a chance to earn a qualification normally worth €12,500.

'Everybody said the travel agent is dead and the internet will take over. But it was just hype'

As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile Cathy Burke of Travel Counsellors.

An Irish startup trying to lure businesses from JustEat and Deliveroo has raised €2m

Dublin-based Flipdish plans to use the funding to expand into new European markets.

A Romanian salad-bar chain is taking on Chopped with an Irish expansion

Salad Box plans to open 20 locations in Ireland over the next three years.

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Dublin's CityJet is merging with a Spanish airline to form Europe's biggest regional carrier

The combined companies will have a fleet of nearly 100 aircraft.

'Nonsensical': Restaurants are fighting an EU bid to mandate free tap water for all

Trade groups believe a European proposal will unfairly burden businesses.

'It'll be way bigger than we anticipated': The rise of non-alcoholic beer in Ireland

Sales here have traditionally lagged those elsewhere in Europe – but that appears to be changing.

Ryanair collects $2bn through extra charges - but it's not the king of the add-on

American airlines dominate the world’s league of non-ticket sales.

A disused quarter of Dundrum Town Centre has been cleared for a revamp

Fallon & Byrne’s latest outlet and a multipurpose outdoor space are part of the development.

Sunday 15 July, 2018

Aer Lingus is facing a union showdown over staff profit-sharing demands

After agreeing pay increases with the airline, staff representatives are pushing for a piece of the pie.

Why online-only supermarkets haven't come to Ireland... yet

Stock exchange-listed Ocado has global ambitions but hasn’t washed up on these shores.

Dealz faces a Wexford store's closure after losing another battle over an unauthorised outlet

An Bord Pleanála previously ruled against one of the retailer’s Dublin shops.

Saturday 14 July, 2018

A beauty therapist sacked for friending clients on Facebook has been awarded €10,000

The worker at the clinic in Howth was also accused of taking company property without permission.

Friday 13 July, 2018

The operator of Poolbeg's incinerator has floated plans to significant lift capacity

Covanta could seek to change its licence so it can burn another 90,000 tonnes of waste.

Thursday 12 July, 2018

'You have to remember that Dragons' Den is a TV programme - and there's real life after that'

As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile snack food company Nutmost.

'At 10, I sold games from my bedrooom - my mother was shocked at my little enterprise'

Teamwork’s Peter Coppinger talks about his early entrepreneurial ambitions.

A beauty therapist sacked for friending clients on Facebook has been awarded €10,000

The worker at the clinic in Howth was also accused of taking company property without permission.

A Dunnes Stores 'retail transformation' project in south Dublin has hit a snag

After revamping some of its biggest stores, the retailer was planning to overhaul its Sandyford supermarket.

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Aer Lingus is facing a union showdown over staff profit-sharing demands

After agreeing pay increases with the airline, staff representatives are pushing for a piece of the pie.

The biggest Domino's operator in Ireland sold nearly €50m worth of pizzas last year

The Caldwells’ Tallaght outlet is one of the pizza chain’s busiest stores worldwide.

Why online-only supermarkets haven't come to Ireland... yet

Stock exchange-listed Ocado has global ambitions but hasn’t washed up on these shores.

Dealz faces a Wexford store's closure after losing another battle over an unauthorised outlet

An Bord Pleanála previously ruled against one of the retailer’s Dublin shops.

'Big brands with pseudo craft beers put pressure on us': This Galway brewer is being liquidated

The Independent Brewing Company of Ireland was set up in 2012.

One 'Big Four' firm is taking on 500 new staff - and more than half will be graduates

EY is hiring for its offices across the country as its fee income climbs.

Sunday 8 July, 2018

Here are the country's highest-earning construction firms

Construction Industry Federation member companies collectively raked in almost €7 billion last year.

A major German boutique hotel chain's first Irish venue has been cleared for north Dublin

The nine-storey Abbey Street development will operate under the Motel One brand.

Saturday 7 July, 2018

Dozens of firms were threatened with legal action for failing to pay their Dublin Town bills

The city-improvement group says 95% of businesses comply with its mandatory levy.

The head of Dublin’s newest distillery thinks half of whiskey ventures won't survive the next decade

There are expected to be more than 30 whiskey distilleries in Ireland by 2020.

Thursday 5 July, 2018

'I once wanted to be an actor - but you can't manage your destiny like an entrepreneur'

Max Benjamin’s Mark Van den Bergh also talks about why everyone who sets up a business is underrated.

Dozens of firms were threatened with legal action for failing to pay their Dublin Town bills

The city-improvement group says 95% of businesses comply with its mandatory levy.

The head of Dublin’s newest distillery thinks half of whiskey ventures won't survive the next decade

There are expected to be more than 30 whiskey distilleries in Ireland by 2020.

Dublin Airport wants someone to operate a multimillion-euro suite of food and drink outlets

The portfolio includes cafés near US pre-clearance and various ‘grab and go’ units dotted around the hub.

Here are the country's highest-earning construction firms

Construction Industry Federation member companies collectively raked in almost €7 billion last year.

A major German boutique hotel chain's first Irish venue has been cleared for north Dublin

The nine-storey Abbey Street development will operate under the Motel One brand.

There's been a huge surge in complaints about how Irish 'influencers' plug products

Over 100 objections have been made to the ads watchdog about social media stars and bloggers.

Sunday 1 July, 2018

‘A lot of people would have said I was mad, but it seems to be going from strength to strength’

As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile Macroom Buffalo Mozzarella.

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