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UK based payments technology provider Dojo is making Ireland its European headquarters, after it received authorisation to begin offering its services directly to customers here.
Minster for Public Expenditure and Reform Paschal Donohoe is in the United States for a series of meetings with senior government and Central Bank officials, including the US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen.
Developer Hugh Kavanagh has withdrawn his application that could have seen his brother Greg committed to prison for alleged contempt of court.
Senior trade unionists, including Unite's UK top brass, may be called before the Workplace Relations Commission as it investigates allegations of discrimination and whistleblower penalisation made by Brendan Ogle, the union's top official in Ireland.
Rachael Ingle has been appointed by the Minister for Finance as the next chair of the National Treasury Management Agency.
The firm that operates one of the country's best known live entertainment venues, the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre in Dublin last year returned to profit to record post tax profits to the tune of €2.15m after two years of Covid-19 related losses.
Revenues at the golf royalty earnings firm owned by golfing superstar, Rory McIlroy last year almost doubled to $37.66m.
The chief executive and director of stockbroker Davy, Bernard Byrne, is to step down next year, the firm has said.
The media firm controlled by former RTÉ presenter, Ryan Tubridy has paid out €882,001 in directors' pay over the past two years, newly filed accounts show.
With his firing and rapid re-hiring, Sam Altman joins a long list of 'boomerang' CEOs, writes Adam Maguire.
The Department of Health believed they were lucky to escape with a €22,500 fine for a major data breach that involved "excessive and disproportionate" gathering of sensitive personal information about people who had taken legal action against the state.
Workers average weekly earnings rose 4.6% between July and September compared to the same period last year, new data from the Central Statistics Office (CSO) shows.
Retail sales volumes dropped by 0.4% in October when compared to the previous month, new figures from the Central Statistics Office show.
A medical secretary who quit after nearly a year left "in limbo" waiting on a return to work from maternity leave has secured €20,000 over being penalised for standing up for her rights as a pregnant worker.
Irish exports to the Arab world increased by 3% in the first nine month of the year.
Just one in every three Irish citizens are confident that their public and occupational pension can ensure their standard of living in retirement, new research has revealed.
Farm incomes have dropped steeply in 2023 compared with 2022, down 44% according to a new analysis from Teagasc, the State's agricultural advisory and research body.
The EU's energy commissioner Kadri Simson has announced an action plan to overhaul its 40-year-old electricity infrastructure to meet new renewable energy demands as the energy transition speeds up.
Xeinadin Group, a professional services group in the UK and Ireland has acquired McKeogh Gallagher Ryan, provider of audit, tax and advisory services across Ireland.
Meta's paid no-ads subscription service launched in Europe this month faced one of its biggest tests as advocacy group NOYB filed a complaint with an Austrian regulator, saying that it amounted to paying a fee to ensure privacy.