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Yesterday’s News

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Yesterday’s News

From Business ETC COMPETITION: Choose who takes away €5,000 in cash for the best startup pitch Startups

COMPETITION: Choose who takes away €5,000 in cash for the best startup pitch

Voting is live in the inaugural VidPitch Competition, where the public get to be the dragons.

Sunday 23 July, 2017

'I’m actually quite introverted. I have to do a lot of mental preparation for public speaking'

Republic of Work’s DC Cahalane tells us about his worst job, bad habits and penchant for gin.

'No one likes losing, but there's a point when it can be a relief to close your business'

As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile Limerick firm the Lock Doctor.

Shannon security staff are due pay rises for the airport's 'unique' situation

Workers at the airport, which routinely hosts US military flights, need to fulfil stringent criteria.

Saturday 22 July, 2017

'I've just hit a wall': Why one of Cork’s most famous restaurants has suddenly shut

Fenn’s Quay owner and head chef Kate Lawlor decided to close the eatery.

Take a guided tour of... Twitter's Dublin digs after their multimillion-euro makeover

The social media company’s base in the capital is now one of the country’s greenest buildings.

Friday 21 July, 2017

Bank of America has picked Dublin as its main EU base post-Brexit

The multinational banking giant said it would move some people to the Irish capital.

INM has struck a deal for the controversial closure of its pension schemes

The newspaper group will put over €50 million into the retirement funds between now and 2023.

Thursday 20 July, 2017

Over 100 Irish ships have violated a scheme that protects foreign fishermen

An investigation by The Guardian found workers on Irish trawlers were being exploited.

Dublin Airport wants help with 'challenging' noise reduction for homes near its second runway

DAA is currently embroiled in a court battle with local residents and environmentalists.

'We don't have an office – but that hasn't stopped us from making progress'

As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight series we profile TravTab.

A London medical conference is moving to Sligo because of Brexit – and Web Summit

Firefly Summit will bring 200 podiatrists to the north-west of Ireland.

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Shannon security staff are due pay rises for the airport's 'unique' situation

Workers at the airport, which routinely hosts US military flights, need to fulfil stringent criteria.

This is how the long-delayed Metro North could be sped up

Engineers Ireland say the route should be completed in stages to get the project moving.

After ditching refurb plans, Ireland's biggest hotelier wants to demolish this Dublin landmark

The Tara Towers Hotel will be replaced with a four-star Maldron development.

'I’m actually quite introverted. I have to do a lot of mental preparation for public speaking'

Republic of Work’s DC Cahalane tells us about his worst job, bad habits and penchant for gin.

'No one likes losing, but there's a point when it can be a relief to close your business'

As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile Limerick firm the Lock Doctor.

Take a guided tour of... Twitter's Dublin digs after their multimillion-euro makeover

The social media company’s base in the capital is now one of the country’s greenest buildings.

After a sobering two years, McGargles' maker has dumped its 'over-ambitious' plans

Kildare-based Rye River Brewing Company suffered significant losses in recent years.

Inside the row tearing apart the firm that's spent 20 years hunting for Irish gold

Conroy Gold has been reporting promising finds for years – but its key shareholder is tired of waiting.

Wednesday 19 July, 2017

From The42 RTÉ lost €20m last year covering 'onerous' events like the Olympics and the Euros Media And Arts

RTÉ lost €20m last year covering 'onerous' events like the Olympics and the Euros

The public broadcaster said it was a ‘challenging’ financial period.

Tuesday 18 July, 2017

RTÉ lost €20m last year covering 'onerous' events like the Olympics and 1916 commemorations

The public broadcaster said it was a ‘challenging’ financial period.

From Business ETC The minimum wage has been tipped to rise - and employers aren't happy Work

The minimum wage has been tipped to rise - and employers aren't happy

The Low Pay Commission signalled a small lift in Ireland’s base pay rate.

Golden Discs has bounced back thanks to vinyl's 'renaissance'

The chain’s traditional record sales more than doubled last year.

Sunday 16 July, 2017

The firm that runs Ireland's 'most photographed pub' pulled a €4m profit last year

The Temple Bar’s owners enjoyed a strong performance thanks to buoyant retail trade.

The state-funded firm behind Galway's 'disastrous' art house cinema is being liquidated

Solas-Galway Picture Palace is also under investigation by the Charities Regulator.

Saturday 15 July, 2017

'We're looking at more affordable products': New €235-a-week student beds launched

Dorset Point in Dublin’s north inner city is owned by US real estate giant Hines.

Wicklow clay pigeon shooters say a major housing project could 'kill' their club

Locals have been firing shots in Fassaroe for 40 years.

A Dublin exploration firm has started drilling for oil off the Kerry coast

Providence Resources thinks there could be billions of barrels of oil in the Atlantic.

Thursday 13 July, 2017

A Shannon drone firm is scoping out deliveries to isolated Irish islands

A-techSYN plans to provide commercial flights before the end of this year.

'Think Netflix - that's what we've built for CVs'

As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight series we profile Opening.io.

Two Italian tech developers with a sweet tooth have launched Ireland's 'Just Eat for cakes'

Online marketplace Bakenet started taking orders last month.

This man has just sold his Cork company in a €15m deal

Power supply manufacturer Excelsys has been snapped up by US giant Advanced Energy.

The Guinness Storehouse will spend millions to double the size of its rooftop bar

Ireland’s most-attended tourist attraction is getting a €16 million overhaul.

A Dublin exploration firm has started drilling for oil off the Kerry coast

Providence Resources thinks there could be billions of barrels of oil in the Atlantic.

'We're looking at more affordable products': New €235-a-week student beds launched

Dorset Point in Dublin’s north inner city is owned by US real estate giant Hines.

The firm that runs Ireland's 'most photographed pub' pulled a €4m profit last year

The Temple Bar’s owners enjoyed a strong performance thanks to buoyant retail trade.

Wicklow clay pigeon shooters say a major housing project could 'kill' their club

Locals have been firing shots in Fassaroe for 40 years.

The state-funded firm behind Galway's 'disastrous' art house cinema is being liquidated

Solas-Galway Picture Palace is also under investigation by the Charities Regulator.

'I got a loan and sold my car to fund a hen party website. It felt like a massive risk'

As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile the Cork firm behind Henparty.ie, Glencove.

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