The number of construction sector start-ups was up 24 per cent to 1,643 last year

Company insolvencies fell by 28 per cent last year as the number of start-ups reached its highest level since 2000, new figures show. Industries whic(...)

Start-ups exhibiting at the Web Summit in Dublin. Almost 4,000 new company and business start-ups formed in November.

Almost 4,000 new company and business start-ups formed in November, according to new figures from business and credit risk analyst Vision-net.ie. Thi(...)

An average of 114 start-ups were formed every day in August according to credit and business risk analyst, Vision-net.

An average of 114 start-ups were formed every day in August according to credit and business risk analyst, Vision-net. In total, 3,094 start-ups were (...)

In total, 1,692 judgments were awarded against consumers in the first six months of 2015.

More than €200 million was awarded in court judgments against consumers in the first half of this year, according to figures from business and credit (...)

€16.8 million was secured by the Revenue Commissioners and €1.3 million by credit unions. Photograph: Joe St Leger

Banks secured court judgments of almost €53 million against struggling customers in the first three months of this year, according to figures from bu(...)

Building up: the construction sector saw a 33 per cent increase in new entrants in 2014 compared to the previous year, with 1,322 company formations. Photograph: Eric Luke

Company start-ups reached a seven-year high last year, with almost 18,000 new companies being formed, the first time this has happened since 2007, ac(...)

Christine Cullen, managing director of Vision-net.ie: start-up figures “indicative of greater business confidence”.

The number of start-up firms registering at the Companies Office rose 11 per cent in July compared to the same month last year. There were some 1,518 (...)

Start-ups exhibiting at the Web Summit in Dublin’s RDS last October. Photo: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

An average of 107 start-ups were formed every day last month according to credit and business risk analyst, Vision-net.Construction start-ups grew by (...)

The number of building businesses being wound up fell. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

An average of 127 new businesses and companies opened their doors every day during the first three months of the year, accordi(...)

The most vulnerable industry is hospitality, with two-thirds of hotels and restaurants classified as high risk by Vision-net. Photograph: Todd Heisler/New York Times

Company insolvencies fell 18 per cent in 2013, with even the construction and property sectors recording fewer collapses than in 2012, figures from Vi(...)