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Dublin: 3 °C Thursday 23 November, 2017

Monday 20 November, 2017

Norah Casey is selling most of her magazine empire to the firm behind Irish Central

Irish Studio will acquire six publications including Irish Tatler.

Sunday 19 November, 2017

'Don't mention the cost of living': How firms are pitching Ireland to foreign tech staff

An event will be held in London next year to lure talented staff to these shores.

'My worst decision? Turning down the Domino's pizza franchise'

'My worst decision? Turning down the Domino's pizza franchise'

Niall Fortune of Eddie Rocket’s talks about working in a laundry and why he’d hire Mattress Mick.

A Mayo medical supplies firm has to pay €25,000 to a worker who 'went from hero to zero'

The ex-employee told the Labour Court she was effectively demoted from her role as a retail supervisor.

Saturday 18 November, 2017

Molson Coors' Irish losses have doubled as pub beer sales dry up

The company’s local division still expects to be profitable before 2020.

Why this Tipperary man with five degrees left a good job in the middle of the recession

As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile Dublin-based Future Analytics Consulting.

One Direction's Niall Horan has taken a stake in an Irish startup that puts sounds to emojis

The firm was previously backed by snooker star Ken Doherty and racehorse trainer Henry de Bromhead.

Aer Lingus says the failure of other European airlines shows that 'the market is working'

Stephen Kavanagh believes the failure of Monarch, Alitalia and Air Berlin shows ‘the market is working’.

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A Clare company devastated by a cyber attack is cutting staff after posting huge losses

Loyaltybuild suffered a major breach in late 2013 which forced it to stop trading for a period.

Thursday 16 November, 2017

European cash will bankroll Limerick city centre's biggest-ever project

The European Investment Bank has committed €85m to the Opera site plan.

One Direction's Niall Horan has taken a stake in an Irish startup that puts sounds to emojis

The firm was previously backed by snooker star Ken Doherty and racehorse trainer Henry de Bromhead.

This Galway startup is trying to save athletes from lifelong head injuries

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

Knock airport's boss says Ireland's regional hubs will struggle to hang onto routes

Joe Gilmore is working for direct flights to northern Germany and America’s east coast.

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'There's a lot to be said for opening in a recession - we got great cafés for very little'

The sisters behind Lolly and Cooks talk about how they nearly folded – and plans for their new restaurant.

A Mayo medical supplies firm has to pay €25,000 to a worker who 'went from hero to zero'

The ex-employee told the Labour Court she was effectively demoted from her role as a retail supervisor.

Aer Lingus says the failure of other European airlines is 'good news'

Stephen Kavanagh believes the failure of Monarch, Alitalia and Air Berlin shows ‘the market is working’.

A Clare company devastated by a cyber attack is cutting staff after posting huge losses

Loyaltybuild suffered a major breach in late 2013 which forced it to stop trading for a period.

'My worst decision? Turning down the Domino's pizza franchise'

Niall Fortune of Eddie Rocket’s talks about working in a laundry and why he’d hire Mattress Mick.

Why this Tipperary man with five degrees left a good job in the middle of the recession

As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile Dublin-based Future Analytics Consulting.

'Don't mention the cost of living': How firms are pitching Ireland to foreign tech staff

An event will be held in London next year to lure talented staff to these shores.

'Banking is put on a pedestal in Ireland. We need something different'

A German organisation wants to introduce public banking here.

Tuesday 14 November, 2017

After years of downsizing, Golden Discs has changed its tune with three new stores

The retailer has been making the most of vinyl’s renaissance.

Sunday 12 November, 2017

One man's 'selfish' bid to protect his private garden is stalling the old Central Bank's overhaul

The Dame Street building is in line for a €75 million redevelopment.

The world's biggest security firm is refusing to improve redundancy payouts for Irish staff

G4S cut workers after moving some operations from Dublin to Belfast.

Saturday 11 November, 2017

Cúl, cúl, cúl! Mayo-based sports retailer Elverys has scored million-euro profits

The Castlebar company has enjoyed a turnaround since it went into examinership in 2014.

How a Cork peninsula with poor access and scant facilities plans to win more tourists

Sheep’s Head was named a ‘European destination of excellence’ but suffers from low visitor numbers.

'I got married at 23 and had to retire. At 40, I started a chocolate firm in my kitchen'

As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile Meath-based Lir Chocolates.

Ryanair says the media made its cancellations cock-up sound like 'a big, big deal'

Kenny Jacobs made his first public appearance since the crisis.

Thursday 9 November, 2017

Celebrity favourite the Ivy is to open a new restaurant in Dublin city centre

The Ivy will open its first restaurant outside London in the Irish capital.

'The startup community in Ireland is excellent - but funding is a killer'

Angel investor Ian Lucey is opening a major ‘innovation space’ in Dún Laoghaire.

Meet the Internet of Things startup that's sick of hearing about the Internet of Things Wia

Meet the Internet of Things startup that's sick of hearing about the Internet of Things

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

'Making staff redundant is awful - it's not something you feel good about'

Airsynergy boss Gerry Butler also talks about putting up with plonkers.

Cúl, cúl, cúl! Mayo-based sports retailer Elverys has scored million-euro profits

The Castlebar company has enjoyed a turnaround since it went into examinership in 2014.

Ryanair says the media made its cancellations cock-up sound like 'a big, big deal'

Kenny Jacobs made his first public appearance since the crisis.

Why coffee is the new 'black gold' for petrol stations like Applegreen

One exec says the business’s future is dependent on growing its food and drink offering.

One man's 'selfish' bid to protect his private garden is stalling the old Central Bank's overhaul

The Dame Street building is in line for a €75 million redevelopment.

'We really aren't a hipster place - people use that word as an insult'

Brother Hubbard’s Garrett Fitzgerald talks about the eatery’s recent expansion.

How a Cork peninsula with poor access and scant facilities plans to win more tourists

Sheep’s Head was named a ‘European destination of excellence’ but suffers from low visitor numbers.

'I got married at 23 and had to retire. At 40, I started a chocolate firm in my kitchen'

As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile Meath-based Lir Chocolates.

The world's biggest security firm is refusing to lift redundancy payouts for Irish staff G4S

The world's biggest security firm is refusing to lift redundancy payouts for Irish staff

G4S cut workers after moving some operations from Dublin to Belfast.

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