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'If we're not successful in five years, we won't be here': Go-Ahead answers privatisation fears

Ireland manager Ed Wills says he’s quickly learned that bus services are an ‘emotive’ issue.

Blanchardstown Centre wants a new supermarket to fix its convenience store 'deficiency'

Dunnes Stores and Marks & Spencer both currently trade at the shopping centre.

The government was told that shifting TV licence duties to Revenue would crush post offices

A union representing An Post workers made the claims in a letter to ex-minister Denis Naughten.

INDUSTRY NEWS

Kildare Village has been ordered to cull an anchor tenant store from its €50m extension

The overall project was cleared, but the retail hub’s owners appealed against planning restrictions.

'There's very little talent': How Ireland's blockchain firms are trying to fix staff shortages

The rapid growth of the nascent technology means universities are still playing catch-up.

PERSONAL INSIGHTS

‘When RTÉ said they wanted us on the Toy Show, I rang my wife and cried down the phone’

As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile The Field.

'I thought starting a business was for people who went to Smurfit school - I didn't think I could do it'

After years in health service administration, Margaret Young quit her job to set up her own firm.

'We went on strike for 10 days - that was without doubt the worst mistake I've ever made'

Meaghers Pharmacy’s Oonagh O’Hagan also talks about learning how to stop micromanaging.