The North also has the highest price expectations for the next three months Photograph: Pacemaker

Rapidly rising house prices and sales drove the North’s housing market to outperform every other region in the UK last month according to latest stati(...)

Oscar Woolley is a little more discerning than most when it comes to his choice of tea

Like a lot of people Oscar Woolley has a habit of popping the kettle on and making a cup of tea when he needs inspiration. But he is a little more dis(...)

 Worcester Chamber of Commerce president Timothy Murray (left) with  Worcester chamber marketing executive Danielle Shabo and Adrian Bradley, chief executive  of i3 Digital

A Belfast technology company has won a “breakthrough” contract in the United States to roll out an app that could potentially support 25,000 businesse(...)

There is a long  list of reasons why businesses fail nearly every day of the year, including choosing the wrong location. Photograph: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

Statistics tell us that businesses fail all the time in Northern Ireland. Latest figures from the UK’s Insolvency Service show company insolvencies ro(...)

The North’s enterprise, trade and investment minister Arlene Foster and Minister for Employment and Learning, Dr Stephen Farry are pictured with Colm Tracey (R), Eishtec operational director

Eishtec, the Waterford-based customer contact centre operator, is to create 320 jobs in the North. The company, which is Irish-owned, plans to (...)

The devolution of corporation tax powers to the North is tied to the implementationof welfare reforms Photograph: Pacemaker

Northern Ireland’s political deadlock over welfare reform threatens to “delay or jeopardise the devolution of corporation tax” PwC warned today, as it(...)

No redundancies have been announced following the deal which could see Lagan’s workforce swell to more than 900 people – making it one of the largest privately owned construction and civil firms North and South.

The Belfast-headquartered Lagan Construction Group has confirmed it has acquired rival Northern Ireland firm H&J Martin but did not disclose detai(...)

The telecoms giant is one of the largest local private sector employers with a direct workforce of more than 2,400 people

Telecommunications group BT is to create 78 jobs in Northern Ireland over the next six months with the majority based at its key contact centre in Bel(...)

EasyJet plans to increase the number of seats for sale on its Gatwick, London Luton and Stansted routes by more than 125,000.

A major expansion by the low-cost airline EasyJet on all of its Belfast to London routes could potentially create 100 new aviation-related jobs in the(...)

The latest Entrepreneurs Index highlights that the proportion of high-growth companies in the North increased by 5.5 per cent in the 12 months to March 2014.

Northern Ireland was the only region bar Scotland in the UK to show evidence of a rise in high-growth business, with revenues between £2.5 million and(...)