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Today’s News

'It could be Dublin's Soho': Inside the row over the future of one market square

The Liberties’ Newmarket Square is primed for development – but some locals fear the outcome.

A campaign by Dublin food retailers to close a weekly market on Grand Canal has failed

Donnybrook Fair and Freshii have made several objections about food markets in the area this year.

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Yesterday’s News

From Business ETC COMPETITION: Win a team-building package for four to Kilkenny Work

COMPETITION: Win a team-building package for four to Kilkenny

It’s time to throw off the office shackles for the Reign of Terror endurance obstacle course event.

Thursday 21 September, 2017

Can't afford to buy a car? A car-sharing firm is rolling out across Ireland

Dublin-based GoCar will double its fleet next year.

KFC's Irish franchise racked up multimillion-euro losses last year

The firm behind the fast-food outlets booked a big charge on its property portfolio.

A campaign by Dublin food retailers to close a weekly market on Grand Canal has failed

Donnybrook Fair and Freshii have made several objections about food markets in the area this year.

Sorry, Michael O'Leary - you're a long way off being the best-paid Irish airline boss

Qantas’s Tallaght-raised chief Alan Joyce saw his pay package nearly double to €16.5m.

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The pound's plunge is sending Irish 'tooth tourists' north of the border

The hotels lobby says it’s an example of how Brexit is disrupting the industry’s trade.

Bebo and Microsoft's founders are pumping cash into this retail tech startup

Dublin-based Pointy has closed a series A round of investment worth $6 million.

This Dublin startup is heading stateside to rub shoulders with finance's heavy-hitters

As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight series we profile ID-Pal.

'I sold my house to start my business. My dad was the only one to back me'

As part of our How My Business Works series,we profile Motivation Weight Management.

'I come across as tough and brash - kicking that habit has been a work in progress'

Cork Airport boss Niall MacCarthy talks about why it’s useful to know what annoys staff.

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'It could be Dublin's Soho': Inside the row over the future of one market square

The Liberties’ Newmarket Square is primed for development – but some locals fear the outcome.

Take a guided tour of... LinkedIn's purpose-built Dublin office after months under wraps

The professional networking firm opens the doors to its new European HQ today.

'We won't let go': Irish Rail is convinced the long-delayed Dart Underground will go ahead

Peter Muldoon, the project head, says it would allow high-rise building in Dublin city.

Ryanair wants to prevent further flight cancellations - by taking back pilots' holidays

The news comes shortly after reports of a threatened work-to-rule action.

Irish banks are at war over mortgage rates - which could be good for consumers

KBC has announced a new fixed mortgage rate offering.

Wednesday 20 September, 2017

Use the Mytaxi app? You're going to have to pay a new €2 booking fee

The company said that the charge is an ‘industry-standard fee’.

Monday 18 September, 2017

From Business ETC COMPETITION: Win free exhibition space at the biggest careers event in the west Work

COMPETITION: Win free exhibition space at the biggest careers event in the west

This is the chance to find your dream staff with a stand worth nearly €3,000 at Career Zoo West.

Sunday 17 September, 2017

'During the boom, it felt like my company won the lottery. I knew it couldn't last'

As part of Fora’s How My Business Works series, our sister site profiles the Wexford firm behind Bricks 4 Kidz.

'The government's dithering on solar energy will cost the Irish taxpayer millions'

A new renewable energy support scheme is being developed to help Ireland avoid EU fines.

One of the country's top VC firms plans to invest in over a dozen new startups

Frontline Ventures and AIB have €3 million to spend on young tech firms.

Ireland's Airbnb for car parking is taking a leaf out of the McDonald's playbook

Parkpnp has cut a franchise deal worth roughly €1 million as it goes international.

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After a troubled Dublin launch, BleeperBike has found a way back on the streets

The ‘stationless’ bike scheme has launched in south Dublin and two universities.

Saturday 16 September, 2017

Two years after it was switched off, Dublin plans to bring back free Wi-Fi

We examine the state of public internet services across Ireland’s cities.

Secret Millionaire: 'I had many calls in tears with my mum. I thought I'd made my biggest mistake'

Cara Pharmacy’s Ramona Nicholas talks about why she hates emails and her tips for interviewing.

Thursday 14 September, 2017

Ryanair fell foul of Europe's top court today - here's what you need to know

The decision may have a big impact on future labour disputes at the airline.

One of the country's top VC firms plans to invest in over a dozen new startups

Frontline Ventures and AIB have €3 million to spend on young tech firms.

Ireland's Airbnb for car parking is taking a leaf out of the McDonald's playbook

Parkpnp has cut a franchise deal worth roughly €1 million as it goes international.

'The government's dithering on solar energy will cost the Irish taxpayer millions'

A new renewable energy support scheme is being developed to help Ireland avoid EU fines.

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Ireland's biggest chicken producer has been sold for more than €1 billion

US company Pilgrim’s Pride will become Moy Park’s third owner in less than a decade.

After a troubled Dublin launch, BleeperBike has found a way back on the streets

The ‘stationless’ bike scheme has launched in south Dublin and two universities.

'Explosions rattle my kitchen': One Meath homeowner is fighting a major quarry expansion

Concrete manufacturer Kilsaran wants to increase its Enfield quarry to more than 10 hectares.

'I had many late-night calls in tears with my mum. I thought I'd made my biggest mistake'

Cara Pharmacy’s Ramona Nicholas talks about why she hates emails and her tips for interviewing.

'During the boom, it felt like my company won the lottery. I knew it couldn't last'

As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile the Wexford firm behind Bricks 4 Kidz.

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Two years after it was switched off, Dublin plans to bring back free Wi-Fi

We examine the state of public internet services across Ireland’s cities.

One of Ireland's biggest landlords says its €1,750-monthly homes are 'good value'

Clancy Quay in Dublin city is owned by US property giant Kennedy Wilson.

Why Apple has been stuck in a three-year battle over its Athenry data centre

The US multinational is said to be tired of waiting for planning permission.

Wednesday 13 September, 2017

Norwegian Air's Irish wing lost hundreds of millions of dollars last year

The carrier launched long-overdue flights from Cork, Dublin, Belfast and Shannon this summer.

Tuesday 12 September, 2017

A Mullingar boutique owner has been handed a €3m bill for unpaid taxes

The woman reached the biggest settlement on the latest tax defaulters list.

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