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#fora

# fora - Yesterday’s News

Plans for a rooftop cinema in Stephen's Green Shopping Centre are dead in the water... for now

Marketing firm Outset said it has been ‘frustrated’ by the planning process.

Emirates has put off plans for a third Dublin-Dubai flight due to some 'pain points'

The Gulf airline put the extra service on ice due to ‘infrastructural issues’.

# fora - Saturday 26 May, 2018

SuperValu's owner is planning for a future rife with veganism and in-store 'experiences'

The Cork-based Musgrave group has set out a vision for convenience retail in 2025.

Aer Lingus faces the industrial relations watchdog over its lost-property outsourcing

Trade unionists objected to the IAG-owned carrier’s decision to enlist a third party for the service.

# fora - Thursday 24 May, 2018

'The beginnings of the business go back to the day my husband bought a laser machine'

Caitríona Leather talks about leaving her admin job to set up a fashion accessories business with her partner.

'My worst job was building an office. We had to stay all night pumping water onto the street'

Lynk CEO Noel Ebbs also talks about learning to let people brainstorm freely.

Plans for a rooftop cinema in Stephen's Green Shopping Centre are dead in the water... for now

Marketing firm Outset said it has been ‘frustrated’ by the planning process.

'There is no gym for your face': Tech founder Pat Phelan's million-euro bet on cosmetic clinics

The entrepreneur who sold Trustev for $44m is setting up a chain under the Sisu brand.

Aer Lingus faces the industrial relations watchdog over its lost-property outsourcing

Trade unionists objected to the IAG-owned carrier’s decision to enlist a third party for the service.

The story behind the hottest young Irish gaming company that you've never heard of

Black Shamrock was acquired by a major Chinese company only two years after it was founded.

SuperValu's owner is planning for a future rife with veganism and in-store 'experiences'

The Cork-based Musgrave group has set out a vision for convenience retail in 2025.

Emirates has put off plans for a third Dublin-Dubai flight due to some 'pain points'

The Gulf airline put the extra service on ice due to ‘infrastructural issues’.

Why the Happy Pear won’t be opening more outlets in Ireland any time soon

Stephen Flynn says that the twins are prioritising family and food over expanding their business.

# fora - Sunday 20 May, 2018

This is what it will take to turn Dublin into a European cruise capital

The semi-state that runs the port is looking to Denmark and Canada for inspiration.

An Irish-owned firm has bagged the contract to install and maintain the World Cup final pitch

SIS Pitches has also fitted its patented synthetic and real grass hybrid at five other Russian venues.

A big developer wants to build 200 homes on the site of Dublin's second-most expensive house

Chesterfield House in Blackrock was bought in 2004 for €47 million.

# fora - Saturday 19 May, 2018

Woodie's is revamping its stores as part of an Apple-inspired reboot

Nearly 30 outlets will get a makeover by the end of this year.

One of the largest tourist accommodation projects in Ireland has been given the go-ahead

Tetrarch Capital plans to create a 595-unit hotel and short-term letting block at Ned’s pub in Dublin.

# fora - Thursday 17 May, 2018

A 'slow adventure' tourist attraction will be rolled out from Dublin... to Longford

It’s hoped the Royal Canal Greenway will appeal to walking and cycling fans at home and abroad.

‘Running your own business is quite a lonely experience at times’

As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile Wicklow-based Smart Storage.

'Worst come to worst, I'd have stood on the street to find work so I could provide for my family'

After losing his accountancy job, Emeka Ikwukeme tried to find a job but ended up as his own boss.

One of the world's largest law firms is opening a post-Brexit office in Dublin

DLA Piper sees opportunities to expand by helping foreign companies in their moves to the capital.

This is what it will take to turn Dublin into a European cruise capital

The semi-state that runs the port is looking to Denmark and Canada for inspiration.

An Irish-owned firm has bagged the contract to install and maintain the World Cup final pitch

SIS Pitches has also fitted its patented synthetic and real grass hybrid at five other Russian venues.

One of the largest tourist accommodation projects in Ireland has been given the go-ahead

Tetrarch Capital plans to create a 595-unit hotel and short-term letting block at Ned’s pub in Dublin.

Woodie's is revamping its stores as part of an Apple-inspired reboot

Nearly 30 outlets will get a makeover by the end of this year.

A big developer wants to build 200 homes on the site of Dublin's second-most expensive house

Chesterfield House in Blackrock was bought in 2004 for €47 million.

# fora - Wednesday 16 May, 2018

Deliveroo is giving all its staff shares in the company, but only a few Irish workers will benefit

The stock options scheme is not available to its thousands of delivery riders.

# fora - Sunday 13 May, 2018

Meet the 'secretive' Limerick man who's quietly putting eyes on spacecraft and cars

Arralis CEO Barry Lunn is working towards the motoring industry’s ‘iPhone moment’.

# fora - Saturday 12 May, 2018

A plan by restaurant mogul Paddy McKillen Jnr to revamp two south Dublin joints hits a roadblock

The Press Up Group wants to demolish and rebuild the Union Café and Kennedy’s in Mount Merrion.

Dublin council is planning a 'last-mile delivery' service to cut back on trucks and vans in the city

The local authority wants businesses to put forward suggestions for a shared freight logistics service.

What Irish businesses can learn from the man who mopped up the Guinness Light disaster

Brand expert David Gluckman talks about marketing taboos and why focus groups are flawed.

# fora - Thursday 10 May, 2018

Meet the 'secretive' Limerick man who's quietly putting eyes on spacecraft and cars

Arralis CEO Barry Lunn is working towards the motoring industry’s ‘iPhone moment’.

Dr Quirkey's profits halved the same year the famous arcade fell foul of the taxman

The directors stated the firm is still snapping up land to build a mega casino in Tipperary.

Dublin council is planning a 'last-mile delivery' service to cut back on trucks and vans in the city

The local authority wants businesses to put forward suggestions for a shared freight logistics service.

A plan by restaurant mogul Paddy McKillen Jnr to revamp two south Dublin joints hits a roadblock

The Press Up Group wants to demolish and rebuild the Union Café and Kennedy’s in Mount Merrion.

After luring some of Deloitte's top staff, this blockchain firm is setting up shop in Dublin

ConsenSys has hired senior staff from the big-four giant, including its EMEA blockchain boss.

'Shortly after launching our main device, I had to let people go - it was gut-wrenching'

Drop CEO Ben Harris also talks about learning to become a ‘facilitator’.

'On the day I signed the lease, the news that night said the recession had started'

Matt Hall reflects on 70-hour weeks during the downturn and building pubs from scratch.

What Irish businesses can learn from the man who mopped up the Guinness Light disaster

Brand expert David Gluckman talks about marketing taboos and why focus groups are flawed.

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