CHC Ireland  operates a €500 million State contract to provide search and rescue services for the Irish Coast Guard from four main bases.

CHC Ireland fears 2017 accident ‘could result in legal and regulatory proceedings’

The group recorded an operating profit of €2 million last year before the exceptional gain of €11 million. Photograph: iStock

Noonan Group free of bank debt after agreement

The principal activity of MG Billing is the resale of membership subscriptions and management of online membership for certain websites. File photograph: iStock

Dublin-based MG Billing Ltd reports $4.2m weekly revenue and 14% rise in pretax profits

Wicklow County Council has told Seán FitzPatrick and his wife that their plan ‘has the potential to result in new and significant overlooking of adjoining properties’. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Council seeks further information and warns of consequences if concerns are not addressed

Stevie Wonder’s September 7th concert was sold out. File photograph: Aidan Cawley/The Irish Times

Single most lucrative gig for 2019 performed by singer and generated €1.6m at box office

Regeneron operates from the former Dell site in Limerick. Photograph: iStock

Irish company makes treatments for serious medical conditions and manages IP

Decision by Workplace Relations Commission is being appealed by Government body

The additional residential tower at College Square would comprise of 54 build-to-rent apartments

Pat Crean’s Marlet wants to raise the height of its planned office block by 10 storeys

Profits fell by 65 per cent in 2018 at the company behind the Burton, Evans and Dorothy Perkins fashion outlets fell to €645,000.

Revenues decline at Oasis while Laura Ashley reduces pretax losses

The company currently has fast-track plans before An Bord Pleanála for 129 apartments for lands to the north of Poppintree industrial estate at Dublin 11. Photograph: iStock

Dublin builder paid out €1.7m in dividends

Roche directors say Ireland is one of the slowest countries in western Europe to reimburse new medicines.

Roche Products says delays do not identify Ireland as strong innovation supporter

Last November, Goodman firm Ternary Ltd lodged plans to demolish 47, 48 and 49 Kildare Street and number 1 Nassau Street to make way for a new office development.  Photograph Nick Bradshaw / The Irish Times

Company seeks to demolish numbers 47, 48 and 49 Kildare Street and 1 Nassau Street

Celtic Linen supplies bedding, towels and  table linen to the hospitality sector.

Wexford business confident of turnaround after major investment in high-quality textiles

A spokeswoman for the organisation on Monday said that the alleged fraud came to its attention as a result of a protected disclosure made at a subsidiary. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

Note on 2018 accounts identified alleged instance at one of its wholly owned subsidiaries

Logo of global biopharmaceutical company Bristol-Myers Squibb near Agen, France. Photograph: REUTERS/Regis Duvignau/File Photo

Opvido was approved for head, neck and cancer treatment by the HSE in 2018

 The group operates 17 department stores and the accounts for Shaw & Sons Ltd concern eight of the stores. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Family-owned business performed strongly last year but saw profits drop 77% to €422,404

Pre-tax profits for Dublin bank The Script rose by £772,651 (€910,220) last year, linked to a busy touring schedule in 2018

Main company for Dublin band last year recorded profits on the back $20m box office sales

In Ireland, about 3,300 patients received these implants, across 16 public and 14 private hospital sites nationwide.

Cork based company recorded losses as revenues dipped by 4% to €1.29bn

The Hermitage is co-owned by Larry Goodman. Photograph: Eamonn Farrell/Photocall Ireland

Accounts indicate decline in pretax profits but revenues advance 6% to nearly €80m

Numbers employed by the group - which operates the Panda brand - increased by 136 to 1,402 and the group’s staff costs went up 18 per cent from €46.8 million to €55.17 million. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Expanding Beauparc Utilities sees its revenues rise 27% to €362m

The Dublin 2 proposed development would mostly accommodate offices. The plan has provoked strong opposition from An Taisce, the Kilkenny Group and others.

Proposal would see demolition of several historic buildings

Netwatch Group is made up of  Carlow-based Netwatch  with California-based National Monitoring Centre, CalAtlantic,  Texas and  UK-based Onwatch Multifire.

Newly merged security specialist sees pre-tax loss of €10.16m due to legal and other fees

John O’Sullivan, owner of the newly-built Hyatt Centric hotel in Dublin. Photograph: by Crispin Rodwell

Group recently entered the Dublin market with the opening of its Hyatt Centric hotel at the Coombe

Numbers employed by Gap in Ireland last year increased from 109 to 140 with staff costs increasing from €1.8 million to €2 million.

Revenues rise to €12.89 million

Tayto Park’s rollercoaster which opened in 2015.

Meath County Council to make a decision on application later this month as fresh objections lodged

Bernie Wright at Wrights shop and restaurant West Pier, Howth, Co Dublin. The directors state that they were pleased with the overall performance. Photograph: Dara MacDónaill/The Irish Times

Howth-based company posts pretax loss after revenues slip back by 6% to €20m

Domini Kemp: ‘Business remains challenging –  margins are compounded by increases in rents, rates, pressure on wages. Photograph: Domini Kemp

Itsa food group is set for further growth this year – in spite of restaurant sector challenges

At Croke Park, the Hawk-Eye technology involves eight high-speed cameras with the ball position triangulated using four cameras covering each end of the stadium. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

Introduction of video-assisted refereeing across EU has helped Hawk-Eye Innovations

Ballymore Group chairman and chief executive Sean Mulryan. Photograph: Alan Betson

Sean Mulryan-led builder flags pipeline of more than 7,500 homes

Tiffany’s only Irish outlet is in Brown Thomas on Grafton Street in Dublin. Photograph: iStock

Jeweller generated weekly Irish sales of €64,500

The Red Cow complex is owned by the Moran family. Revenues rose from €17.5 million to €18.8 million. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Increased losses at hotel and restaurant complex come in spite of 7.5% revenue leap

Republic of Ireland fans  pictured during a  Euro 2020 qualifier against Denmark at the Aviva Stadium in November. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/INPHO.

An Garda Síochána said it was ‘continuing to pursue the recovery” of the sum

Company adjusting provisions for claims over Risperdal marketing in light of new cases

Marissa Carter’s Cocoa Brown range is among the products distributed by Sundrelle.

Pharmacy wholesale distributors Sundrelle also deals in Suzanne Jackson products

Workplace Relations Commission  adjudication officer Pat Brady stated he accepted the adventure centre does important work for society and works with vulnerable adults, ‘but this does not relieve it from the responsibility to apply fair procedure in disciplinary processes. I find that it did not do so in this case’. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

WRC orders adventure centre to pay €5,000, saying allegations were unproven

Nine-year-old Aoise Taggert surveys a model of the wreck of the ill-fated liner at Titanic Belfast. File photograph: Niall Carson/PA

Visitor attraction’s success delivers €1.95m dividend for Donegal developer Pat Doherty

The deli worker gave evidence that the alleged perpetrator physically assaulted her by pinching her, by trying to kiss her and at once point kissed her on the neck against her will. Stock photograph: Getty Images.

Woman kissed on neck against her will, pinched and pinned against fridge by male colleague

Michael Healy Rae:  Kerry TD told the Workplace Relations Commission hearing that in or around last August he attended the home of Veronica Battles to seek to resolve matters following receipt of notification of a claim. He stated that he spoke with Ms Battles, but the matter remained unresolved.  Photograph: Tom Honan

WRC finds Veronica Battles failed to establish discrimination against Kilgarvan Mace

The daa  denied any breach of the Equal Status Act but offered to reimburse the man for the missed flight and any further expenses he incurred. File photograph: Alan Betson

Workplace Relations Commission: Airport ‘chaotic’ on day flight missed due to Storm Ali

Former chairman of Anglo Irish Bank  Seán Fitzpatrick.

Neighbour objects to planning proposal by former Anglo Irish Bank chairman

An email aired during the WRC hearing discussed the EU’s ‘socialist’ approach to laws.  Photograph: Alan Betson

WRC found consultant had faced ‘impossible sales targets’

Shay Henry said that the final report into the bullying claims had not been published at the date of hearing into the cases and should now be published. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

‘Justice delayed is justice denied’ says Workplace Relations Commission officer

Irish broadcaster Laura Whitmore has just secured one of the most high profile presenting jobs in the UK after ITV2 announced she is to present the next series of Love Island. Photograph: Ian West/PA Wire

Love Island host is one of the country’s most successful broadcasters operating overseas

A property company backed by Larry Goodman is looking to develop an office block at Kildare Street and Nassau Street in Dublin. Photograph: Eamonn Farrell/Photocall Ireland

Retailer has objected to Dublin City Council about application to demolish 47, 48 and 49 Kildare Street and number 1 Nassau Street(...)

Company chief executive, Marian O’Gorman Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Payment due to chief executive Marian O’Gorman

Revenues at ARI increased by 4 per cent from €237.6 million to €246.6 million in the 12 months to the end of December last. Photograph: iStock

Overseas travel arm of DAA that operates in 12 markets sees revenues rise to €246m

The head of operations for the Irish arm of the company was one of seven senior staff members sacked for their messages posted to the WhatsApp group.  Photograph: Bloomberg

Employer told to pay €7,000 compensation to former head of operations

Suzanne Jackson’s SoSueMe site

Suzanne Jackson founded her SoSueMe blog in 2010

Numbers employed by the Irish arm of Top Shop/Top Man last year decreased from 362 to 353. Photograph: James Forde

Non-cash charges over loss-making stores contribute to loss despite revenue rising 3%

As a result of the conditions of the house, the tenant said he sought to declare himself homeless so he could be accommodated elsewhere.

Tenant produced video recording of interaction with landlord at WRC hearing

One of the blocks reaches to 17 storeys and is comprised of 210 build-to-rent apartments.  

Appeals board orders portion of land be set aside for school

An Bord Pleanála has given the green light for 368 student bed spaces in Dublin’s Liberties where the promoters are promising to provide high-end student accommodation. Image: iStock

Bord Pleanála approves expanding proposed scheme despite local objections

The former VP told the WRC that he asked several times why his contract was being terminated only to be simply told: “Your contract is terminated”. Photograph: iStock

WRC found former VP ‘totally denied’ fair procedures

Lough Eske Castle in Co Donegal. Harcourt finance director Nick Doherty said higher room occupancy drove revenues

Strong North American business drives revenue growth at five-star hotel

Pope Francis with President Michael D Higgins  at Áras an Uachtaráin on August 25th, 2018. Photograph:   WMOF2018/Maxwell Photography via Getty

Company projecting €16m in revenues for this year

Van Morrison has recently been busy touring and has just celebrated the release of a new album, Three Chords and the Truth. Photograph: PA

Belfast music legend has just celebrated a new release

The Radisson Blu hotel at the airport recording operating profits of €2.75 million. Photograph: Donal Murphy

Revenues increase 3% to €14.34m at four-star hotel as profits remain flat

The Wright Venue in Swords, which closed in January. Photograph: David White Photography

Group has plans to open new food hall on Suffolk Street next year

O’Mahony Pike’s work includes drawing up a master plan for the Irish Glass Bottle Site in Dublin’s docklands, which hopes to house 8,000. Photograph: iStock

Architectural practice is involved in some of the country’s largest housing projects

An office of medical device maker Stryker.

Profits and revenues at the Irish arm of the medical device manufacturer last year continued to increase

Derek, Ross and Tom Keogh, at Keogh’s potato crisps factory at Keogh’s potato farm, Westpalstown, Oldtown, Dublin. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill

Company has branched into popcorn and contract with Emirates has been renewed

Francis Brennan, who co-owns the five-star Park Hotel in Kenmare with his brother John Brennan. Photograph: Don MacMonagle

Kerry hotel owners report record €4.4m revenue but warn of ‘tough, tough year’

The late Joe Dolan performs at the INEC, in Killarney: the owners of the venue saw profits fall in 2018. Photograph:  Don MacMonagle

Operator of the Co Kerry venue last year saw revenues dip to €27.5 million

Defence counsel   told the court the defendant Noel McGreene from   Cluain Na Mara, Kilkee, Co Clare (above) “found himself unexpectedly confronted with circumstances that no red blooded man would wish to be confronted with”.

Suspended sentence for 37-year-old who assaulted fleeing man as judge noted ‘high degree of provocation in the case’

The business ultimately behind the Marco Pierre White restaurants in Dublin is Fitzers Restaurant Group

Directors expect a profit in the next year after a loss of over €260,000 in 2018

Noel McGreene:  returned to his bedroom unannounced and ‘found this strange naked gentleman in his bed’

Counsel for man accused of assault causing harm says he was ‘confronted with a large element of provocation’

Huawei now employs 115 people in its Ireland-based company. File photograph: Reuters

Despite 5G security concerns, Irish arm of Chinese technology firm saw revenues surge 26%

The profits came as revenues at Druids Glen increased by 5 per cent from €12.87 million to €13.5 million.

Wicklow resort changed hands for €45m in June

The thefts were from clients involved in property deals where the solicitor was carrying out the conveyancing work for them.

Judge tells Michelle O’Keeffe (56) she had ‘brought shame on yourself but also on your profession’

Limerick FC chairman Pat O’Sullivan said: ‘It is scandalous the way the FAI has treated me.’ File photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Judge discharges examiner after hearing ‘club no longer has reasonable prospect of survival’

Johnson & Johnson Vision Care:  Limerick-based company’s directors expect the general level of activity to continue for the foreseeable future “despite ongoing competitive challenges”. Photograph:  PA

Contact lens maker one of largest employers in midwest with revenues up 3% to €1.05bn

Elverys said that the shortening of the GAA season had hit sales. Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

Company continues with refurbishment and closure of non-performing shops

The revenues from National Car Testing declined from €71.82 million to €71.38 million and this follows a decline the number of tests carried out last year.

One in every two cars tested is rechecked but overall test numbers fell

Gardaí seized about €900,000 worth of cannabis from the grow house.

Judge says migrant worker from Vietnam ‘has been totally exploited’

Dublin celebrate their latest All Ireland victory. The five-in-row winners tend to sell more replica jerseys than any other team. Photograph: Inpho

Brexit creates uncertainty for Irish company, which has operations on both sides of Border

The average daily traffic at the Port Tunnel last year was 23,046 vehicles. Photograph: Alan Betson

Port Tunnel traffic was about 8.4 million trips in 2018, a rise of 6 per cent on 2017

Gross earnings at the company that operates Tayto Park increased by 2 per cent to €6.45 million last year.

Pretax profit declines 7% as owner reveals plan for hotel and to extend naming rights deal

A fashion company chief executive hacked into a female colleague’s phone and downloaded intimate photos of her, an unfair dismissal case has heard. File image: EPA.

WRC awards ex-worker with fashion firm €94,000 for sexual harassment and unfair dismissal

The payment to Mr McKillen followed a dividend of €4.6 million in 2017. Photograph: PA Wire

Hume Street Management Consultants provides corporate and property services

Revenues at the ‘foodie empire’ Happy Pear, led by Greystones twins David and Stephen Flynn, last year increased by 22 per cent to €9.96 million

Food business continued to expand last year as revenues totalled €9.96m

The number employed at Gilead Sciences Ireland  –  best known for its suite of HIV drugs – last year decreased to 375 from 390. Photograph:  Reuters

Cork-based division of pharma giant reports pretax profits of €130m

The company operated 18 stores during last year and numbers employed by the business increased from 631 to 667.

Main Irish unit of JD Sports saw pretax profits rise 2% last year

Westport is Allergan’s only Botox manufacturing facility across its global network and is serving ever increasing international demand. Photograph: Bloomberg

Allergan Pharmaceuticals has made sceneic Mayo town ‘Botox capital of the world’

Distilled SCH controls a number of online companies including Daft.ie. Photograph: iStock

Fallon brothers each hold close to a quarter of Distilled SCH

The 139-bedroom four-star  Lyrath Hotel in Co Kilkenny  is set on 170 acres and employs 199 staff

Luxury Kilkenny hotel is pursuing new business so as to strengthen company’s trading position

The numbers to attend Tayto Park this year totalled 615,000. Mr Coyle said: “Numbers have been flat the last two or three years and we need to do something about it.”

Owner Ray Coyle has lodged plans for a new €15.5m rollercoaster for the centre

The Irving Oil Whitegate Refinery, Co. Cork. Photograph: Michael Mac Sweeney/Provision

Revenues at Irving Oil Whitegate Holdings Ltd topped $2bn last year

Bono and The Edge are individual investors in Dropbox.

Subsidiary accounts for 45% of $1.39bn in global revenues last

Mary Ann O’Brien, founder of Lily O’Brien’s chocolates,  with her daughter Lily, after whom the brand was named

Revenues at the Irish chocolate manufacturer rise by 8%

 The Gravity Bar at the  Guinness Storehouse, Dublin

Council gives the green light for 550 build-to-rent apartments in Dublin 8

Glenisk’s  Vincent Cleary: last year the company  produced 120m yoghurt servings

Family-controlled yoghurt producer records 19% increase in pretax profits

Tazbell Services Group sustained the drop in pretax profit last year as administrative expenses increased by 6 per cent to €17.1 million from €16.12 million. Photograph: Alan Betson

Pretax profit falls 11% as revenue increases by 3.5% at Dublin city clamping contractor

Brandon Wallace says he suffers nightmares nine years after being pinned against a wall

Judge Patrick Durcan said “a mop and bucket” would have done the job of cleaning up the mess.

Judge says: ‘A person with a mop could have cleaned that up’

WRC ruling said PTSB must pay compensation of €10,000 to former official Christopher Callan for his unfair dismissal

Bank had been instructed to pay dismissed official by Workplace Relations Commission

Medical device company Cook Ireland’s operating profits increased by 242% from €5.49m to €18.8m.

Limerick-based medical device company has 983 employees

Pepsi-Cola International Cork last year paid corporation tax of $330,000 from a pretax profit of $5.36 million on  $1.786 billion revenue.

Pretax profit at Pepsi-Cola International Cork falls 14% despite revenue rise of 2%

Vikings wrapped up filming at Ashford Studios last year.

Netflix production Vikings: Valhalla to be shot at Wicklow studio

Olivia Colman played a frail Queen Anne in The Favourite.  Photograph: Fox Searchlight Films via AP

Profits down on 2017, but dividend payment rises

Padraig Thornton Waste Disposal Ltd  recorded a post-tax profit of €3.5 million last year after paying corporation tax of €548,208. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Directors warn collapsed global recycling has not recovered

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