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Here's what is stopping Norwegian's transatlantic dreams from fully taking flight

The budget carrier is facing tough competition from powerful forces.

How Lidl spun its Tallaght store's destruction into social media gold

The supermarket chain faced a PR onslaught as looters hit the outlet during Storm Emma.

Services giant Noonan has branded a 32c pay hike for workers as 'out of kilter'

The multimillion-euro company brought five employees before the Labour Court.

PERSONAL INSIGHTS

'I sold my business for €14m, but the retirement plans didn't work out. I needed a new job quickly'

Karl Llewellyn sold two companies and now owns an app giving people travelling access to gyms.

'I left school when I was 15 - I was more attracted to making money than doing exams'

Sean Bryan, owner of Cut and Sew barbers, also talks about why he still works like an apprentice.

INDUSTRY NEWS

Two Limerick solar farms have the go-ahead after locals' health concerns were thrown out

There has been a logjam of solar projects in the planning system after dozens of appeals across Ireland.

Why Tayto Park sees its future in luring the suit-and-tie brigade

The Meath attraction is aiming to bring in a million visitors per year.

Three-quarters of employers are planning to give pay rises to staff this year

A report from recruitment firm CPL showed buoyant jobs listings in key sectors.

One of the world’s biggest consultant firms is telling Irish businesses to prepare for a hard Brexit

PwC Ireland says that the prospect of the worst-case scenario remains ‘too likely to ignore’.