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What to do with an unexpected €40,000?
Over a quarter of Irish consumers intend on doing at least some of their Christmas shopping outside of the state this year, according to a recent survey.
A US-Chinese technology solutions firm has officially opened its European headquarters in Cork and plans to create at least 50 jobs over the coming years.
Geoff Percival Housebuilding group Abbey has said it is “working hard” to increase building activity in Ireland after posting a near 10% year-on-year fall in first half profits.
Shares in Irish exploration company Providence Resources jumped by as much as 12% after it announced that Tony O’Reilly - its chief executive since 2005 - has left the company; stepping down as CEO and resigning from the board with immediate effect.
The Cabinet has today approved legislation to test autonomous vehicles on public roads.
'>A businessman who defrauded the Revenue Commissioners of €160,000 in relation to VAT payments has been jailed for two years.
The move aims to support the price of fuel and energy as the US pumps more oil.
United will have a dedicated channel on Alibaba’s video-streaming platform Youku as part of the new partnership.
Technology solutions company Horizon8 has opened its new European headquarters in Cork today.
The Competition and Markets Authority has published an ‘initial enforcement order’ as part of the £50m deal.
Sinn Féin is calling for the introduction of a statutory entitlement of up to ten days paid leave for victims of domestic violence.
Financial shares including those of Permanent TSB were boosted following upgrades of Irish banking by rating firms.
A key moment for Ireland will not only dictate the supply of energy for our economic growth, but will also be an international barometer of our openness to business
A decision on whether to reform the so-called flat-rate expenses regime for a wide range of workers, including bus drivers, bricklayers, cooks, and nurses, has been deferred by Revenue.
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'>A senior Central Bank official has warned that some banks are starting to forget the hurt caused during the financial crisis.
CloudCIX has two distinct parts to the business, explains founder and MD Jerry Sweeney. Best known for its data centre services, offering connectivity for Munster businesses, the company has also developed a new cloud-computing offer, making the technology available to businesses of all sizes.
Employers should reconsider the idea of having an open bar at office Christmas parties, according to a professional body for HR learning and development.
The number of people entering employment in 2018 increased by 63,000, bringing the total employed in Ireland up to 2.26m.