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#fora

# fora - Yesterday’s News

New Eddie Rocket's boss is planning a big expansion in Germany and beyond

The food industry veteran has an appetite for expansion.

# fora - Saturday 20 April, 2019

Plan for €5m Dublin food hall to go ahead after company overturns 10pm curfew

Michael Wright’s plan to redevelop St Andrew’s Church in central Dublin was approved last year.

# fora - Thursday 18 April, 2019

'I've interviewed people for jobs who at the end have asked, 'What's this for?''

The CEO of Orbidal talks mean interview questions and having a positive outlook.

Dublin's CreditLogic has a 'burning ambition' to fix mortgage applications with data and AI

As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight series, we profile the fintech company.

HIV drug firm Theratechnologies is setting up shop in Dublin to take on the European market

The Canadian company is in the process of getting its Trogarzo drug approved in Europe.

Michael Wright's food hall overturned a curfew that could have 'derailed' the €5m project

The plan to redevelop St Andrew’s Church in central Dublin was approved last year.

Penneys' online trial could bring 'incremental' growth, but its future still lies in bricks and mortar

The retailer has just opened its biggest store in the world in Birmingham.

New Eddie Rocket's boss is planning a big expansion in Germany and beyond

The food industry veteran has an appetite for expansion.

Electric scooter giant Lime has Ireland in its sights as part of a European push

The billion-dollar startup is recruiting for a ‘Dublin headquarters’.

# fora - Sunday 14 April, 2019

Why gym supremo Ben Dunne is on the lookout for smaller workout spaces

The high-profile businessman is moving one of his main Dublin branches to the basement of a cinema.

# fora - Saturday 13 April, 2019

Eir's plan to turn a telephone exchange into a fancy office has been paused - for now

City planners pressed pause so the telco can provide extra information on the project.

# fora - Thursday 11 April, 2019

Dublin's CreditLogic has a 'burning ambition' to fix mortgage applications with data and AI

As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight series, we profile the fintech company.

'Any financial planning that you do, build in some resilience - things will never go exactly to plan'

Abodoo CEO Sue Marshall also talks sky-diving, time management and over-promoting.

Billion-dollar data firm Segment plans to triple its Irish workforce after a bumper funding round

The company raised $175 million from investors to finance its global expansion.

Why gym supremo Ben Dunne is on the lookout for smaller workout spaces

The high-profile businessman is moving one of his main Dublin branches to the basement of a cinema.

Eir's plan to turn a telephone exchange into a fancy office has been paused - for now

City planners pressed pause so the telco can provide extra information on the project.

Dear commissioner... The secret letters revealing Ryanair's friction with EU bureaucrats

Unpublished correspondence shows that Michael O’Leary is just as amusing in private as he is in public.

# fora - Saturday 6 April, 2019

There has been a spike in managers buying into the multibillion-dollar life coaching business

Industry experts say execs are looking for skills to help them hang on to staff.

Ryanair asked the EU to use its 'influential voice' to pressure Paschal Donohoe in a tax law dispute

The airline had launched a High Court challenge relating to tax laws for Europe-based workers.

Ryanair asked the EU to use its 'influential voice' to pressure Paschal Donohoe in a tax law dispute

The airline had launched a High Court challenge relating to tax laws for Europe-based workers.

# fora - Thursday 4 April, 2019

Why it's time for Ireland's lawmakers to get a scoot on with e-scooters

Some officials think the tech is a ‘non-starter’. But workers are already speaking with their feet.

'I'd have Machiavelli on my board. He has got a lot of bad press, but he was a management genius'

Enda Corneille of Emirates Ireland also talks about the time his shoe fell apart after a job interview.

Cork's Fudi&more wants to go it alone when it takes its food delivery business international

The company is keeping its online food ordering operations in-house.

After raising $250m, hospitality tech startup Toast is doubling its Dublin base

The company houses engineers in the capital and will be expanding its product range.

There has been a spike in managers buying into the multibillion-dollar life coaching business

Industry experts say execs are looking for skills to help them hang on to staff.

Dublin council has awarded 'last-mile delivery' contracts to reduce congestion in the city

UPS and WeDispatch are among the firms enlisted to provide the service.

Burger restaurant chain Bunsen quietly opened its first overseas location in Barcelona

The Dublin-based firm is reportedly seeking to set up in other Spanish cities.

# fora - Sunday 31 March, 2019

Pearse Lyons Distillery won approval for a gin and whiskey school in Dublin's Liberties

It is hoped the new facility will ‘enhance the current micro-distillery’ and attract new clientele.

# fora - Saturday 30 March, 2019

It's the 'end of the road' for Ireland's first drive-in cinema as Movie Junction heads for liquidation

The outfit had been operating in Cork for close to 10 years.

# fora - Friday 29 March, 2019

Pearse Lyons Distillery won approval for a gin and whiskey school in Dublin's Liberties

It is hoped the new facility will ‘enhance the current micro-distillery’ and attract new clientele.

# fora - Wednesday 27 March, 2019

Meet CreditCruncher, the startup that's taking the law of late payments into its own hands

As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight series, we profile the fintech company.

'We have a simple rule in the company - act like you're spending your own money'

Spectrum Life’s Stephen Costello talks about his morning routine and the path to progress.

Sports fashion brand Gym+Coffee is opening in Cork - but has put its UK plans on ice

The Irish athleisure startup has been feeling the burn from Brexit.

Jobs platform Rezoomo has raised €550,000 as it gears up for a UK launch

The Cork startup’s ‘talent attraction hub’ helps employers engage with candidates.

After Urbo never launched any bikes, Dublin City Council will re-advertise its licence

The stationless bike-share startup says it’s still ‘actively trying to get bikes on the street’.

It's the 'end of the road' for Ireland's first drive-in cinema as Movie Junction heads for liquidation

The outfit had been operating in Cork for close to 10 years.

How Perpetua took the 'best of nightclubs' to build a gym for the aspirational tech elite

After making its Dublin debut, the chain is already scouting other locations in the city.

# fora - Sunday 24 March, 2019

3fe coffee guru Colin Harmon is writing book number two after opening cafe number five

The entrepreneur is also dreaming of rolling out a coffee shop overseas someday.

The planned new Harcourt Street 'superpub' that fought Dublin council and won is battling city planners again

Gambetta Limited had previously won approval for a bar development on Harcourt Street.

A tiny brewery is planned for Dublin's docklands and it looks to belong to BrewDog

The Scottish maker of Punk IPA beer is staying tight-lipped on the matter.

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