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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.

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.

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

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

Industry news

'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.

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.

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 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.

'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.

Personal insights

'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.

'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.

Startup scene

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.

'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.

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