At the NI Chamber of Commerce and Industry president’s banquet were Ann McGregor, chief executive of NI Chamber; Enterprise Minister Arlene Foster; Kevin Kingston, president and broadcaster Jeremy Paxman. Photograph: Kelvin Boyes/Press Eye.

NI chamber president says corporation tax rate of 21% is an issue

The £54 million investment project will deliver more than £21million in salaries each year for the Northern Ireland economy

Group, which is celebrating 10th year in the North, currently employs 1,500 people

Cigarette maker JTI Gallaher announced plans to shut its factory in County Antrim with the loss of almost 1,000 jobs last month

Unite says it has found a way to rescue 500 of the 876 jobs under threat at Ballymena cigarette factory

Simon Hamilton: wants to create the first Northern Ireland Investment Fund to inject millions of pounds into communities and create local business opportunities and new jobs.  Photograph: Kelvin Boyes/Press Eye/PA Wire

The North’s Finance Minister has a new £1bn investment fund at the top of his

Beannchor is  expanding its Cathedral Quarter portfolio which currently includes The Dirty Onion.

Expansion is part of a £400,000 investment in a new cocktail bar and nightclub

The Belfast company, which was formed in 2002 from a management buy-out, will become part of the Civica group which employs 2,100 people at 30 locations throughout the world

Acquisition a “positive development” for Asidua’s 130 employees according to CEO

“We want people and businesses in Northern Ireland to get connected - to use the technology”

A £23.5m investment is under way across the North to improve the infrastructure and broadband technologies

The new facility at Green Port Hull is scheduled to be completed by the summer of 2017

Joint venture between Graham and the Lagan Group secures deal to build offshore facility

 Allstate Northern Ireland, part of the Allstate Corporation, is  the largest publicly traded home, personal and vehicle insurer in the US and the largest IT company in the North, with operations in Belfast, Derry and Strabane.  Photographer: Tim Boyle/Bloomberg

Allstate Northern Ireland has accents as American as the Stars and Stripes

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