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# fora - Today’s News

The claims and counterclaims at the heart of the bitter Dublin Town row

A group of businesses want to do away with the city improvement scheme.

# fora - Tuesday 27 June, 2017

A bust waste firm and a well-known PR agency are on the latest tax defaulters list

The firm behind Insights Consultants agreed a settlement with the tax man.

After more than 200 years in one family's hands, Manor Farm has been sold to a Swedish firm

Ireland’s biggest chicken producer has been valued at €94 million in the deal.

# fora - Sunday 25 June, 2017

Meet the woman who arranges €30,000 luxury holidays to Ireland for celebrities

As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile travel firm Adams & Butler.

The story behind Bray's two-decade wait for a controversial shopping centre

The €25 million Florentine Shopping Centre was recently put out to tender.

# fora - Saturday 24 June, 2017

'Kildare, here we come': A top architect says Dublin's sprawl has to stop

Hugh Wallace, a judge on RTÉ’s ‘Home of the Year’, says high-rise buildings are needed.

Keelings and a group of workers have fallen out over a crackdown on sick days

The fruit firm’s logistics arm has been accused of taking a ‘blanket approach’ to absenteeism – a claim it denies.

# fora - Thursday 22 June, 2017

A Saudi oil giant's investment arm has taken a stake in Athlone startup OxyMem

The Irish firm claims its flagship product is four times more efficient than conventional sewage systems.

Building sites nationwide face delays as crane drivers move to strike over pay

Unite wants workers to be given increases of around 10%.

'Kildare, here we come': A top architect says Dublin's sprawl has to stop

Hugh Wallace, a judge on RTÉ’s ‘Home of the Year’, says high-rise buildings are needed.

How a top commercial property boss would fix struggling Irish town centres

Enda Luddy, the head of CBRE Ireland, says strong shops should be clustered together.

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After a year without commercial flights, Waterford Airport is to get three new UK services

A new airline called Aer Southeast will operate the routes to London, Manchester and Birmingham.

Keelings and a group of workers have fallen out over a crackdown on sick days

The fruit firm’s logistics arm has been accused of taking a ‘blanket approach’ to absenteeism – a claim it denies.

The story behind Bray's two-decade wait for a controversial shopping centre

The €25 million Florentine Shopping Centre was recently put out to tender.

Meet the woman who arranges €30,000 luxury holidays to Ireland for celebrities

As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile travel firm Adams & Butler.

'It's darkening Ireland's name': Inside the row between Fyffes and its Honduran workers

Serious allegations have been levelled at the company, one of the country’s biggest corporate successes.

# fora - Wednesday 21 June, 2017

Dublin Airport is looking for better ways to scare off birds

Hares, badgers and foxes are also on the hit list.

# fora - Tuesday 20 June, 2017

Dublin's new 'stationless' bike company has stalled its launch over council concerns

The local authority warned the public that BleeperBike didn’t have its consent to operate.

# fora - Sunday 18 June, 2017

How airports make a fortune flogging giant Toblerones and the like to flyers

Duty-free has become an essential business for international travel hubs.

Take a guided tour of... the billion-dollar tech firm with an Irish pub in its office

US market research company Qualtrics is currently on a major recruitment drive.

High 'churn' and trouble finding new recruits have left the Central Bank short on staff

The financial regulator is likely to fall well short on its recruitment targets.

# fora - Saturday 17 June, 2017

Whatever happened to... the biggest shopping centre never built in Limerick?

The long-delayed ‘opera centre’ project has blighted the city’s CBD for a decade.

'We'll have nothing': After 65 years, one of Donegal's most famous butchers is closing

McGettigans Butchers has won numerous awards and was visited by Prince Charles.

An Irish med-tech firm could make your smartphone and toilet 'superbug'-free

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

# fora - Thursday 15 June, 2017

Hotel, alcohol and transport prices make Ireland the second most expensive EU country

Only Denmark has higher consumer costs.

An Irish med-tech firm could make your smartphone and toilet 'superbug'-free

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

Patrick Collison: 'There's too much focus on the founders of big tech companies'

Stripe’s chief said it’s ‘unfortunate’ that the inner workings of successful firms are often ignored.

A new venture from Hassle's Irish creator brings a taste of The Sims to home renovations

Jules Coleman and co-founder Alex Depledge have launched BuildPath in the UK.

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'I put my life savings on the table to start my company. It didn't seem like a risk'

As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile Dublin trading company Positive Equity.

'My business shut and I was pregnant with my first child, but I still owed €30k. So I just kept working'

After her gastropubs closed down, this cook was determined to pay her debts and fight back.

Johnny Ronan's Dublin tower has been panned as 'highly obtrusive' and 'devoid of elegance'

An Taisce’s objection said the 22-storey building would be a ‘massive intrusion’ on the city’s skyline.

Ryanair is talking to Boeing about adding the biggest planes yet to its fleet

The airline said it’s scoping out all options.

High 'churn' and trouble finding new recruits have left the Central Bank short on staff

The financial regulator is likely to fall well short on its recruitment targets.

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How airports make a fortune flogging giant Toblerones and the like to flyers

Duty-free has become an essential business for international travel hubs.

'We'll have nothing': After 65 years, one of Donegal's most famous butchers is closing

McGettigans Butchers has won numerous awards and was visited by Prince Charles.

Take a guided tour of... the billion-dollar tech firm with an Irish pub in its office

US market research company Qualtrics is currently on a major recruitment drive.

Whatever happened to... the biggest shopping centre never built in Limerick?

The long-delayed ‘opera centre’ project has blighted the city’s CBD for a decade.

This low-profile firm has quietly pumped millions into creating a pub empire in Cork

The Emporium Company has bought and refitted four bars in the county as part of ‘phase one’ of its plans.

# fora - Wednesday 14 June, 2017

Ryanair's chair resigned from Uber's board after a sexist remark about women

David Bonderman has served as a director at the low-cost carrier for over two decades.

# fora - Tuesday 13 June, 2017

RTÉ has sold off part of its Donnybrook HQ for more than €100m

Cairn Homes is expected to build more than 500 houses on the property.

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