Ethiopian Airlines obviously thinks that the Irish stop-off has commercial potential. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Dublin Airport just stopped short of selling the news that Ethiopian Airlines will use it as a stopping off point on its Addis Ababa-Los Angeles servi(...)

Oracle Ireland regional directorsays no huge rush to the cloud in Ireland

Irish companies and organisations are lagging other markets in their embrace of cloud computing, according to Jon Paul, regional director, Oracle Irel(...)

David Begg, general secretary of the Irish Congress of Trade Unions David Begg is to retire. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times

The general secretary of the Irish Congress of Trade Unions David Begg is to retire.Mr Begg told the executive council of Congress today that he would(...)

Michael O’Leary who said today work is ‘fun and challenging’ and that he hates going on holidays, although he is told ‘I have to’. Photograph: The Irish Times

Michael O’Leary has accused the Government of squandering a great crisis by failing to reform the public sector after the economic collapse.The Ryanai(...)

Market boost from Aer Lingus came on the back of an upgrade from Goldman Sachs, with shares in the airline finishing 8 cent stronger at €1.35. Photograph: Frank Miller

Very tentative optimism that tensions between Russia and Ukraine could be easing lifted markets yesterday, with trade already buoyed by a positive (...)

Deal should help Etihad with its plan of creating an airline alliance that can fill its fast-expanding fleet with passengers

Alitalia is on course to be thrown a financial lifeline by Etihad Airways after the state-controlled Gulf carrier agreed to buy a 49 per cent stake in(...)

In relation to the dispute over the €760 million deficit in the pension scheme which covers staff in Aer Lingus and the Dublin Airport Authority, the expert panel report recommended that both Aer Lingus and the DAA increase their capital injections from €110 million to €146.7 million and €50 million to €57.3 million respectively. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

The dispute over the €760 million deficit in the pension scheme which covers staff in Aer Lingus and the Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) threatens seri(...)

Aer Lingus and the Dublin Airport Authority should significantly increase their financial contributions aimed at dealing with a €760 million deficit i(...)

Cabin crew at Aer Lingus have called off strikes planned for next Monday and Wednesday.

Cabin crew at Aer Lingus have called off strikes planned for next Monday and Wednesday. The move followed around 8 hours of talks at the Labour(...)

Aer Lingus cabin crew during their strike action over rosters at Dublin Airport on May 30th last. Management at the airline and the trade union Impact  meet in  the Labour Court today. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

A Labour Court hearing aimed at averting strike action by Aer Lingus cabin crew next week will continue in the afternoon. Aer Lingus management and th(...)