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Business - Saturday 20 May, 2017

Airbnb is now listing activities for tourists travelling to Dublin

Airbnb’s Experiences platform has launched in the capital.

Business - Thursday 18 May, 2017

Investor takes majority stake in Sam McCauley Chemists in huge €50m deal

The pharmacy chain was set up in Wexford almost 60 years ago.

The 'Clayton' brand spreads across Dublin as Ireland's biggest hotelier expands

Dalata is splashing out tens of millions to acquire part of two well-known Dublin hotels.

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Dáil votes to keep AIB shares because the government forgot to vote

“Remarkable way for it to happen,” Labour leader Brendan Howlin said.

Business - Wednesday 17 May, 2017

Bank of Ireland has poached a senior UK exec for its new CEO

HSBC’s Francesca McDonagh will be the pillar bank’s first female chief.

Farmers who started 'illegal' gorse fires may have Basic Payment Scheme grants docked

A recent spate of gorse fires have caused havoc in rural areas around the country.

Business - Sunday 14 May, 2017

Inside the growing furore between Limerick residents and Irish Cement... over dust

The local cement plant is owned by a subsidiary of CRH, one of Ireland’s biggest companies.

Business - Saturday 13 May, 2017

This gadget will sound an alarm if your charger overheats

It recently won an innovation award.

Business - Tuesday 9 May, 2017

Here are the specific things about Nama that the State will investigate

The commission of investigation will primarily deal with the sale of Nama’s Northern Irish loan book, otherwise known as Project Eagle, in April 2014.

Here are the winners and runners-up from the 'All-Ireland of Restaurants'

They might give you some summer dining ideas.

Business - Sunday 7 May, 2017

Hostelworld founder Ray Nolan: 'This is my first real job in six or seven years'

The Irish entrepreneur and investor is adjusting back into CEO life at XSellco.

Why companies have turned away from Ireland's stock exchange

There were no significant listings on the public market last year.

Global investment funds have made Ireland a world capital for shadow banking

The sector is more than 10 times the size of the Irish economy.

A 75-year-old diver is stalling waste-dumping plans from Ireland's largest company

CRH subsidiary Roadstone has been delayed from filling a disused quarry with construction refuse.

Business - Friday 5 May, 2017

European tourism chief says Ryanair and Airbnb travellers are 'destroying' cities

Amsterdam Marketing CEO Frans van der Avert has suggested that a glut of visitors is making historic European cities less ‘livable’.

Business - Thursday 4 May, 2017

French election frontrunner Emmanuel Macron takes aim at Ireland's corporate tax rate

Macron made specific reference to the Apple Tax farrago as part of a critique of inequal corporate tax regimes across the EU.

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Take a look at what will be Dublin's tallest office building

Its construction will take about two years at a cost of €70 million.

Business - Wednesday 3 May, 2017

Navan Co Meath is set for a €12 million makeover

Plans for Navan 2030 are to go on public display in the town before undergoing a six-week public consultancy.

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Poll: Should mandatory retirement from the public service be abolished?

A bill seeking the abolition of the retirement age of 65 was before the Dáil Justice Committee today.

Intel cleared to build second huge plant at its Kildare base

The firm will now bid for a new, €3.6 billion chip-manufacturing facility from its head office.

Business - Tuesday 2 May, 2017

Here's what Ireland's Brexit strategy for the next two years looks like

Focusing on Ireland’s ‘unique concerns’ is the order of the day in the government’s new strategy document.

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Poll: Should self-employed people be entitled to Jobseeker’s Benefit?

A new survey suggests the self-employed would like more protection.

Business - Monday 1 May, 2017

Irish hospital car parks charged more than €19.2 million in parking fees in 2016

Cork University Hospital generated €3.1 million in 2016, while the car park at Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital Crumlin raised €464,000 in the same year.

America's all-cash cannabis industry is becoming a logistical and security nightmare

Entrepreneurs are finding ways around banking restrictions – some of which seem straight out of ‘Breaking Bad’.

Business - Sunday 30 April, 2017

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A Ja Rule-organised festival promised music and models on the beach, instead it turned into chaos

Tickets for the festival cost up to $12,000 with VIP packages rising to $250,000.

Business - Friday 28 April, 2017

€40 million luxury hotel gets green light on site of iconic Stephen's Green building

The new hotel is to be built on the site of a former ‘young ladies’ hostel.

Paschal Donohoe is gearing up for a 'very demanding' public sector pay showdown

The Public Service Pay Commission will soon deliver its report.

The potential for a united Ireland is on the front page of the Financial Times

EU leaders are expected to make formal reference to the potential for Irish reunification.

Business - Thursday 27 April, 2017

PayPal workers to be offered new roles or voluntary redundancy

It’s believed about 60 employees will be affected by the changes.

Bank of Ireland's former Dublin HQ is getting a facelift and a new tenant

Miesian Plaza is now home to medical company Shire.

'It's definitely on': Battle heating up for 2FM and Today FM as pair tied for breakfast listeners

Latest figures show a good rise in numbers across the both stations.

One in 10 Irish workers are earning the minimum wage or less

A release from the CSO suggests that just over 10% of Irish workers are earning €9.25 an hour or less.

Business - Wednesday 26 April, 2017

Trump's plan to slash corporate rates to 15% could pose 'competitive challenge to Ireland'

The plan could face stiff opposition in Congress.

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Japan is in the midst of a major crisp shortage and prices have skyrocketed online

Violent typhoons wiped out potato crops.

Enda Kenny is travelling to Canada to meet Justin Trudeau and discuss 'middle-class jobs'

Trudeau said that Ireland is a ‘close friend’ to Canada.

Factfind: Could compulsory purchase be used for the maternity hospital and what would it cost?

The St. Vincent’s site is the preferred site for the hospital.

AIB fined €2.3 million for breaches relating to terrorist financing and money laundering

The bank also failed to conduct required due diligence on accounts predating Ireland’s money-laundering laws.

Business - Saturday 22 April, 2017

Ivanka Trump has been absolutely raking it in since her father became president

Despite no longer managing her brand, Trump’s businesses have been filing trademarks left, right, and centre, notably in China.

Business - Friday 21 April, 2017

Plans to build over 100 apartments in south Dublin have been shot down

The council said that the plan from a well-known developer would overshadow existing properties.

Business - Wednesday 19 April, 2017

Debt advisers slammed as 'penny pinching misers' after docking workers' Leap Year pay

Debt advisory service MABS had docked the paychecks of two workers to the tune of between €140 and €160 each.

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