Ann Summers departure from O’Connell St after 15 years creates €350,000 opportunity
Resistance to replacing building with granite-clad ‘gateway’ to Georgian core
St John’s Court on Swords Road could generate rent roll of €960,000 when fully let
Budget promises unlikely to lighten load on ‘squeezed middle’ in any significant way
Cantillon: Explorer still positive on Irish prospects despite Providence drilling setback
Cantillon: Handling of rostering issue was a case study in making a bad situation worse
Dublin one of 19 cities vying for EU’s medicines regulatory agency
Analysis: Rynair sent desparate appeal on Wednesday for more pilots
Cantillon: airline intends to cancel between 40 and 50 flights a day for next six weeks
Cantillon: CSO figures show fall in excise duty receipts as more shoppers head North
Newstalk, ‘haemorrhaging money’, has called time on its biggest star
Passengers on future flights will get a text a day or hours before to say their flight is cancelled and to apply for a refund
‘Kamikaze Brexit’, Northern Rock, Face ID demonstrations and other disasters
Ireland’s mining industry remains optimistic while investors continue to nurse losses
It would be far handier, and less risky, to sell to a trade buyer than to launch an IPO
Brexit confusion likely to result in more volatility once rates issue put to bed
Latest drilling failure heaps pressure on explorer’s chief executive Tony O’Reilly jnr
Providence Resources’ latest drilling disappointment heaps pressure on chief executive
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