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Why Avoca's products will never wind up on supermarket shelves

The company’s new US owner is learning about ‘experiential retail’ from the Irish outfit.

Why six-storey 'mansion apartments', not skyscrapers, could solve Dublin's housing crisis

Top UK architect Alison Brooks says Irish cities could copy classic London property design.

Made in Ireland: Behind the scenes as Keogh's goes from 'crop to crisp'

Tom Keogh shows us how the family-owned firm makes its products in north county Dublin.

INDUSTRY NEWS

'It's a form of national service': Malaysia Airlines' CEO on why he's returning to Ryanair

Incoming operations chief Peter Bellew also described the crisis-hit airline as ‘Ireland’s greatest company’.

Dublin's famous Alexander Hotel is getting an overhaul - and a new name

O’Callaghan Hotels Group is pumping millions into doing up three properties in the capital.

An allotment-style Dublin microbrewery is bringing beer brewing to the masses

JohnnieBongos wants to raise €15,000 to buy more equipment.

Dublin Airport will get a 'flagship' new liquor store with a major overhaul of Terminal 2

It comes shortly after ex-Brown Thomas boss Dalton Philips took up the top job at DAA.

A Dublin voice tech startup is ready to cash in on Google and Amazon's shortcomings

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

'Surfing in half an hour': Why more high-flying professionals are moving outside Dublin

The latest Morgan McKinley employment monitor shows a surge in people looking for jobs.

PERSONAL INSIGHTS

'I used to never switch off and work until 9pm. Having a daughter changed that'

As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile Dublin designers Mortar & More.

'The most difficult decision was selling my cottage to get enough money to buy the business'

After ditching her life in London for the Burren, Sadie Chowen ended up running her own company.