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# fora - Yesterday’s News

Web Summit founder says homelessness is being exploited as a 'great business opportunity'

Web Summit has been housing workers in a ‘crash pad’ because of Dublin’s rent crisis.

# fora - Sunday 20 August, 2017

After a failed crowdfunding bid, the maker of this anti-stress device has called in the examiner

Dublin-based Galvanic recently asked the public for £700,000 in return for shares.

Ireland could soon wind up with another Brexit headache: Air traffic control

Transport officials warn that the issue poses a ‘unique problem’.

# fora - Saturday 19 August, 2017

The Swords outfit that provides security to Penneys made a fortune last year

Outsourced services provider Noonan was recently sold to a South African group for €175 million.

An airport in upstate New York wants a piece of Ireland's budget transatlantic boom

Syracuse Airport officials have met with both Norwegian and Wow Air about new routes.

A plumber has been awarded €15,000 after a row over a urinal cleaning job

A Dublin-based Drain Doctor franchisee denied that it had fired the ex-worker.

# fora - Friday 18 August, 2017

Seán Quinn is back in business with a new online betting venture

The ex-billionaire is taking a punt on QuinnBet.

A row over a toolshed has stalled development of this massive Dublin student complex

A handyman previously employed by the landlord claims to own part of the land in the Liberties.

# fora - Thursday 17 August, 2017

DIY store Woodie's has to fork out €15,000 to a worker sacked over a missing €50 note

The Labour Court said the retailer didn’t carry out a proper investigation.

'There are plenty of gold-plated companies that go nowhere - we don't want to be one of them'

As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight series we profile Kinesis Health Technologies.

After a failed crowdfunding bid, the maker of this anti-stress device has called in the examiner

Dublin-based Galvanic recently asked the public for £700,000 in return for shares.

'I find risking other people's time and energy much harder than risking my own'

Elva Carri talks about her life before GirlCrew and a particularly bad summer job.

'I thought I knew better than the next guy, but I still lost millions in property'

This seasoned entrepreneur talks about investment mistakes – and knowing when to move on.

'We have the planes': Norwegian Air is certain it will launch more Irish routes

Tore Jenssen says the airline’s transatlantic flights are its fastest-selling new offerings.

A brewer with ties to Smithwick's is 'fighting in the trenches' for a share of the beer market

Sullivan’s Brewing Company is looking to expand its Kilkenny visitor centre.

The Swords outfit that provides security to Penneys made a fortune last year

Outsourced services provider Noonan was recently sold to a South African group for €175 million.

A plumber has been awarded €15,000 after a row over a urinal cleaning job

A Dublin-based Drain Doctor franchisee denied that it had fired the ex-worker.

'An extremely special day for us': Cork outsourcing giant Voxpro has been sold

Canadian group Telus International snapped up a majority stake in the company.

Ireland could soon wind up with another Brexit headache: Air traffic control

Transport officials warn that the issue poses a ‘unique problem’.

An airport in upstate New York wants a piece of Ireland's budget transatlantic boom

Syracuse Airport officials have met with both Norwegian and Wow Air about new routes.

There's a shortage of chefs in Ireland – but the industry can't agree why

The trade may need an image overhaul to attract new, skilled workers.

# fora - Monday 14 August, 2017

Ryanair wants UK airports to restrict alcohol sales after a spike in boozy travellers

There has been a significant rise in passenger disturbances caused by excessive drinking.

# fora - Sunday 13 August, 2017

'Horror stories' about Irish rents are turning foreign tech workers off in their droves

There has been a big increase in candidates turning down job offers, one recruiter says.

A group of architects wants to save this 'piece of heritage' from demolition in Dublin

The building on Baggot Street dates back to the 1960s.

Tesco wants a Santry supermarket blocked until the Metro North has been sorted out

The rail line has already been delayed for more than a decade.

# fora - Saturday 12 August, 2017

One of Ireland's biggest builders has been cleared for a controversial north Dublin project

Sean Reilly has approval for 150 houses and a retail development in the small town of Lusk.

Revealed: The Irish counties that will suffer most from a 'hard Brexit'

It’s not just the border regions that are likely to bear the brunt.

# fora - Thursday 10 August, 2017

'Horror stories' about Irish rents are turning foreign tech workers off in their droves

There has been a big increase in candidates turning down job offers, one recruiter says.

A Galway company has secured millions to market a bacteria-resistant device for sick cows

Westway Health will use the money to commercialise a product that treats bovine mastitis.

'Unlike the vulture funds, we're hoping to be here in 20 years'

As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight series we profile Initiative Ireland.

'My worst job was gutting chickens': The founder of €300m Irish tech firm Movidius

David Moloney talks about how the best advice he ever got led him to start the company.

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'We sold out three days after launch, but then panic set in. We had no money to buy stock'

From digital marketing to selling hoverboards, Daniel Nugent’s next idea is making computer glasses cool.

Tesco wants a Santry supermarket blocked until the Metro North has been sorted out

The rail line has already been delayed for more than a decade.

Despite a failed Kickstarter, this Dublin-based man hasn't given up his 'wizarding' pub plan

Matthew Cortland is looking in Ireland and the UK for investors who will back his idea.

Revealed: The Irish counties that will suffer most from a 'hard Brexit'

It’s not just the border regions that are likely to bear the brunt.

One of Ireland's biggest builders has been cleared for a controversial north Dublin project

Sean Reilly has approval for 150 houses and a retail development in the small town of Lusk.

'Like being in a swimming pool with Jaws': A Meath plastics firm calls in the liquidator

Brexit and losing a major customer took their toll on Global Green Composites.

'We're under pressure after being valued at €200m. You hardly sleep at night'

Conal Henry is in charge at Limerick-based Enet, which was bought by a state-backed fund.

Take a guided tour of... The global tech company based in a Howth lighthouse D4h

Take a guided tour of... The global tech company based in a Howth lighthouse

D4H’s clients include the US Department of Defense.

# fora - Tuesday 8 August, 2017

'I want nurses to go back to conventional nursing - that's what drives me every day'

As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight we profile CliniShift.

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