Kingspan fell 5.7 per cent, despite announcing a new partnership with KoolDuct.

Turmoil returned to global financial markets yesterday as oil plunged past $27 a barrel, the Dow Jones Industrial Average sank as much as 565 points a(...)

The request by the tourist assistance service was made in a letter in recent months to Minister for Justice Frances Fitzgerald and posted on Tuesday to the lobbying register. Photograph: The Irish Times

A tourism body wants the Government to provide a seven-day Dublin city centre drop-in centre for visitors who fall victim to crimes such as robbery an(...)

Datalex chief executive Aidan Brogan

Dublin-based travel software specialist Datalex has reaffirmed full-year earnings growth of between 20 and 25 per cent and said it was continuing to s(...)

Diageo will reportedly this week reaffirm its commitment to Guinness.

Almost 30,000 landlords, according to the Sunday Business Post, are being pursued by the rental standards watchdog for failing to register their tena(...)

Datalex chief executive Aidan Brogan. The group has reported a 3 per cent rise in first-half revenues to $20.8 million

Travel software specialist Datalex has reported a 3 per cent rise in first-half revenues to $20.8 million (€18.08m) with platform revenue up 11 per ce(...)

AIB shares fell 9.52 per cent to 7.6 cent. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The fallout from yesterday’s rout in Chinese markets cost investors in European stocks around €450 billion yesterday. Stock markets in Fra(...)

Apple, for whom China is a key growth market, fell 3.4 per cent on Wall Street early in the day. Photograph: Paul Miller/EPA

The Iseq in Dublin closed down 2.7 per cent on a chastening day for European stock markets. Bourses around the continent extended the week’s sell-off (...)

Datalex chief executive Aidan Brogan. The company said on Tuesday that platform revenues rose by 17 per cent in the first four months of 2015, and it reaffirmed full year earnings growth of 20-25 per cent. (Photograph: Cyril Byrne / THE IRISH TIMES)

Travel software specialist Datalex said on Tuesday that platform revenues rose by 17 per cent in the first four months of 2015, as it reaffirmed fu(...)

 Traders on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange yesterday. Positive jobs reports sent the Dow Jones Industrial Average sharply higher. Photograph: Getty Images

European shares posted this year’s biggest advance, buoyed by a surprise election win for the British Conservative party and improving US jobs data.In(...)

Aidan Brogan, chief executive of travel software firm Datalex: ‘Airlines will become more like retailers, selling more products to consumers.’ Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

When you book a flight, it’s quite likely that Dublin-based technology firm Datalex is powering the software behind the airline’s booking site. From i(...)