Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary attends a new conference in Copenhagen.

Denmark’s trade unions unions will be unable to take industrial action against Ryanair as it plans plans to move its one Copenhagen-based aircraft to (...)

While there is no direct right of appeal from the Danish labour court, Ryanair has lodged its own claim against the unions. Photograph: Alan Betson

Ryanair plans to challenge a ruling by Denmark’s labour court allowing industrial action against the Irish airline at Copenhagen airport in a row ove(...)

Denmark’s labour court has ruled that the country’s trade unions can take industrial action against Irish airline, Ryanair.

Denmark’s labour court has ruled that the country’s trade unions can take industrial action against Irish airline, Ryanair. Following an action broug(...)

Postal code system: Gary Delaney of Loc8 warned the Global Address Data Association effectively identifies Eircode as a disaster that will make the Republic a laughing stock. He argued Eircode has no value for ordinary citizens as it will not be possible for them to use it to identity localities.  Photograph: Peter Thursfield

US experts say the Republic’s proposed new post code system will not work, one of the plan’s opponents has told TDs and Senators. The Government pla(...)

Bookmaker Ladbrokes Ireland’s parent’s rescue plan for the troubled business has trumped alternatives proposed by rival Boylesports and others.

Bookmaker Ladbrokes Ireland’s parent’s rescue plan for the troubled business has trumped alternatives proposed by rival Boylesports and others. Kennet(...)

Ryanair: says  no evidence to support claims that its employment practices are bogus or atypical and describes statements by various individuals as misleading or unfounded. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Ryanair has warned witnesses at a recent European Parliament committee hearing, who had criticised its employment practices, that it will take legal(...)

The share sale will dilute Denis O’Brien’s holding in Digicel, but the flotation document indicates that he will keep control of the business. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Businessman Denis O’Brien is to float his mobile phone business Digicel on the New York Stock Exchange in three to four months time, raising hundreds (...)

Denis O’Brien: he founded Digicel  in Jamaica in 2001, the company has grown across the Caribbean, central America and the south Pacific. Photograph; Dara Mac Dónaill

Denis O’Brien’s Digicel’s planned flotation is a signal that the business has arrived at a crossroads. Since he founded it with the launch of a new mo(...)

Digicel Chairman Denis O’Brien

Businessman Denis O’Brien’s Digicel mobile phone business is poised to launch on the New York Stock Exchange. The company has filed documents with US (...)

Fans at a Bray Wanderers match in the Carlisle Grounds, The offer is likely to feed speculation that the grounds could be in line for development.

Bray Wanderers chairman, Denis O’Connor and fellow director, Kieran Kelly, are leading an attempt to buy the financially troubled League of Ireland cl(...)