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Dublin: 12 °C Monday 23 October, 2017

IN-DEPTH

'We won't let go': Irish Rail is convinced the long-delayed Dart Underground will go ahead

Peter Muldoon, the project head, says it would allow high-rise building in Dublin city.

Take a guided tour of... LinkedIn's purpose-built Dublin office after months under wraps

The professional networking firm opens the doors to its new European HQ today.

'It could be Dublin's Soho': Inside the row over the future of one market square

The Liberties’ Newmarket Square is primed for development – but some locals fear the outcome.

PERSONAL STORIES

'I wanted to make something Irish. What I ended up bottling was the smell of failure'

After leaving school to work as a labourer, Karl Murray found his way into the aromatherapy business.

'I come across as tough and brash - kicking that habit has been a work in progress'

Cork Airport boss Niall MacCarthy talks about why it’s useful to know what annoys staff.

'I sold my house to start my business. My dad was the only one to back me'

As part of our How My Business Works series,we profile Motivation Weight Management.

STARTUP SCENE

This Dublin startup is heading stateside to rub shoulders with finance's heavy-hitters

As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight series we profile ID-Pal.

Bebo and Microsoft's founders are pumping cash into this retail tech startup

Dublin-based Pointy has closed a series A round of investment worth $6 million.

INDUSTRY NEWS

A campaign by Dublin food retailers to close a weekly market on Grand Canal has failed

Donnybrook Fair and Freshii have made several objections about food markets in the area this year.

The pound's plunge is sending Irish 'tooth tourists' north of the border

The hotels lobby says it’s an example of how Brexit is disrupting the industry’s trade.

Sorry, Michael O'Leary - you're a long way off being the best-paid Irish airline boss

Qantas’s Tallaght-raised chief Alan Joyce saw his pay package nearly double to €16.5m.

KFC's Irish franchise racked up multimillion-euro losses last year

The firm behind the fast-food outlets booked a big charge on its property portfolio.

Can't afford to buy a car? A car-sharing firm is rolling out across Ireland

Dublin-based GoCar will double its fleet next year.