Neville Isdell bought the CHQ centre for €10 million in 2013

Neville Isdell, the Co Down*-born former Coca Cola chief executive who owns the CHQ in Dublin, has assembled a high-powered advisory group, which i(...)

Google has made indoor maps  available for more than 40 locations in Ireland, including Dublin Airport.

Google has introduced indoor maps for a number of public spaces such as shopping centres, airports and museums in Ireland.The company has added indoor(...)

The China Ireland Technology Growth Capital Fund will invest in fast-growing companies in Ireland that have an interest or presence in China, and will also back similar Chinese firms that want to set up here. Photograph: Nelson Ching/Bloomberg

A new $100 million fund aimed at strengthening ties between Ireland and China has been established by the National Pensions Reserve Fund. The C(...)

The tourism industry is on course to deliver 7.5 million visitors next year to Ireland and between 5,000 and 6,000 new jobs, its representative body has said. The  ITIC wants the tourism policy review currently being undertaken by the Minister for Tourism Leo Varadkar to be “robustly evidenced based, responstive to international market trends, coordinated across the whole of Government, and transparent and consistent in its implementation”.

The tourism industry is on course to deliver 7.5 million visitors next year to Ireland and between 5,000 and 6,000 new jobs, its representative body h(...)

The tourist industry welcomed finance minister Michael Noonan’s pledge to ditch air travel tax and leave the hospitality sector’s 9 per cent VAT rate unchanged.

The tourist industry welcomed finance minister Michael Noonan’s pledge to ditch air travel tax and leave the hospitality sector’s 9 per cent VAT rate (...)

Shaun Quinn, Fáilte Ireland chief executive: Although the Gathering had been a success, he said it was an “innovative idea of its time” and it was time for new ideas.  Photograph: Eric Luke

The Minister for Tourism has said he wants the 9 per cent VAT rate for tourism-related goods and services retained after the next budget. Leo Varadkar(...)

The 9 per cent rate was introduced in 2011 to help labour intensive tourism related industries such as restaurants. Photograph: Karsten Moran/The New York Times

Minister for Tourism Leo Varadkar has been lobbying for the 9 per cent rate for tourism related goods and services to be retained in the next budget, (...)