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Point Square units could become leisure spots in light of an 'irrevocably changed' retail market

Letting agents Savills and CBRE say the mostly empty property’s original vision is ‘no longer achievable’.

Ryanair is suing third-party flight booker Kiwi.com and Cologne airport

The airline has a long-standing policy of clamping down on sites that re-sell its fares.

DCU is launching bite-size online courses for skills-hungry professionals around the world

The university announced a strategic partnership with ed-tech outfit FutureLearn.

INDUSTRY NEWS

Fexco claims new retail VAT scheme changes will 'eliminate the tax refund industry in Ireland'

The Kerry company has taken umbrage with the introduction of a threshold for refund claims.

The boss of Roe & Co hopes the new whiskey distillery will become an events magnet

Diageo’s mullimillion-euro attraction opens next week.

The Joycean pharmacy and Writers' Tears: why a whiskey maker is helping keep Sweny's open

The company said the pairing is a natural link.

PERSONAL STORIES

'I once picked potatoes for a summer - that taught me a lot in terms of what hard labour felt like'

Sprout Social’s Gerard Murnaghan talks about motivating staff and his dog Ruby.

Mindfule wants to show people how food can fuel mental well-being

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