Integrity House at the corner of Ringsend Road and South Docks Road next to the Grand Canal Docks in Dublin 4

In another sign of the continuing expansion of the “Big Six” legal firms in Dublin, solicitors Mason Hayes & Curran have rented a second office bu(...)

Eleven members of the Aer Lingus board will decide whether to recommend any offer  from International Consolidated Airlines Group to its shareholders and thus pave the way for a sale. Photograph: Artur Widak/PA

Ultimately, 11 members of the Aer Lingus board will decide whether to recommend any offer for the company from International Consolidated Airlines G(...)

Boland’s Mill. The National Asset Management Agency has an interest in 75% of the 22 hectares that are available for docklands development and have been designated by the Government as a strategic development zone (SDZ)

After five years when no new offices were developed in Dublin, an explosion of construction activity is now being planned by various parties. By far t(...)

Michael Noonan: guest speaker.  Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg
Noonan headlines Mayo event

In another sign that things are picking up, the Mayo Association hosts its annual lunch in the Dublin 4’s Four Seasons today. The shindig is always we(...)

Dr Michael Smurfit at the launch of his autobiography, ‘A Life Worth Living’. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Dr Michael Smurfit, the former chief executive of the Jefferson Smurfit Group, has said he believes the Irish economy is recovering and that Minist(...)

Winners of the 2014 David Manley Awards, from left: Fiona McKeon, Tom Lyons, Trevor White, Sarah Costigan, Simon O’Connor and Anthony Glynn. Photograph: Alan Betson

“Start early” was the message teenage entrepreneur Jordan Casey had for those attending the 11th annual David Manley Awards in Dublin yesterday. Lucki(...)

Early years: the original building

Temple Bar Gallery and Studios, which is 30 this year, was not the first artists’ studio co-operative in Dublin, but it is certainly one of the best k(...)

Irish Times journalist Colm Keena won in the “Economic/Business Comment” cateogry for his “incisive commentary throughout the year” at the UCD Smurfit School Business Journalist Awards today. Photograph: Alan Betson / THE IRISH TIMES

Two Irish Times journalists were recognised at today’s UCD Smurfit School Business Journalist Awards, which highlight and reward excellence across Iri(...)

Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary  pledged his company would go through every avenue of appeal

Ryanair’s appeal against the UK Competition Commission (UKCC) ruling requiring it to cut its stake in Aer Lingus to 5 per cent from 29.8 per cent will(...)

Arthur Cox grew its staff numbers by 10.6 per cent last year. Photograph: Kenneth O’Halloran

Some of Ireland’s biggest law firms grew significantly last year, with one increasing its solicitor(...)