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Operating losses at the Trump Doonbeg resort reduced sharply to around €100,000 in 2018 as revenues further increased in the "best year" to date for the resort.
Developer Harry Crosbie has received another setback in his hotel building plans for the capital.
Causeway Capital, an Irish-based equity fund, has bought out the Patisserie Valerie coffee-and-cake chain from British administrators, showing its faith in troubled UK retailing.
Business groups have backed the Daa in its efforts to remove restrictions on overnight flights from its new North Runway, as protests from local residents opposed to the plan intensify.
Firms in Cork have been encouraged to practice so-called ‘social innovation’ by engaging in community projects and not only raising funds for good causes.
Global ratings agency Standard & Poor's (S&P) has opened a new European headquarters in Dublin.
A Bank of England policymaker says recent data suggests the slowdown in the British economy is continuing.
Dublin-based Causeway Capital Partners now owns the company.
13.2% of commercial properties are vacant around the country, according to the latest report by GeoDirectory.
Enterprise Ireland invested €23m in Irish start-ups in 2018 and supported a total of 132 start-up companies.
Construction and business spending helped Europe's largest economy avoid two consecutive quarters of negative GDP growth - a technical recession.
The first sod on Dublin Airport's new north runway will be turned by Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and Transport Minister Shane Ross later today.
The company described the decision as “painful”.
Vacancies in commercial premises remain “stubbornly high” around the country with more than one in 10 buildings unoccupied, a report from property database GeoDirectory has said.
Irish banks will likely dispose of many more of their non-performing loans to meet targets of the European regulators, S&P Global Ratings has predicted.
Smurfit Kappa will likely in time attract a renewed offer from International Paper after the Irish firm resisted its takeover offer last year, broker Cantor Fitzgerald has predicted.
A South Dublin businesswoman has sued her former partner claiming she is entitled to a share in a property business they allegedly built up together over many years.
Paddy Power Betfair is to mount a legal challenge after being landed with a €55 m euro tax bill in Germany and Greece.
Irish construction company Ardmac has announced the creation of 70 new jobs as part of its expansion in Cork and Amsterdam this year.
The number of high-fliers earning over €100,000 in remuneration at the National Asset Management Agency (NAMA) and the National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) jumped by 15 to 261 in 2018.