Some 243,644 domestic electricity customers were behind by the end of December 2023, a fall of 34,759 compared to November
Profits came close to €16 million in 2023, despite the total cigarette market in the Republic declining by 14 per cent.
Credit unions should be allowed to compete on a level playing field with traditional lenders for mortgages and business lending, ILCU says
Online broker doddl.ie has urged mortgage holders to shop around for better rates
A group at Munster Technological University (MTU) are seeking business owners to take part in a new €1.6 million international project to help SMEs implement effective sustainability measures.
‘I just followed two things I loved, sport and music,’ says Mark O’Sullivan
A survey has found that business confidence in firms with fewer than 10 employees scores just 3.7 out of 10
The Central Statistics Office (CSO) has today published details of the latest updates to how it calculates the Consumer Price Index (CPI).
The Damastown site currently employs more than 130 people, as the company celebrates 30 years in operation in Ireland this year
In Dublin, the ISEQ All Share index outperformed European peers, gaining 0.94 per cent
CSO’s Consumer Price Index ‘basket of goods’ data reveals how Irish society has rapidly transformed
Omission of provision to extend permissions delayed by judicial review could affect construction pipeline, says Irish Institutional Property
Amazon has been a low risk way for Laura McCarthy’s small business to break into markets abroad
Richard Ball is succeeding current chief financial officer Shane Doherty, who announced his intention to step down in October
Chartered Accountants Ireland publishes suggested policy measures that it claims could save parents €4,500 annually