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Dervla McKay: “We hope that a deal between all sides lands sensibly for all businesses in Ireland.”

Dervla McKay is the chief executive of private bus and coach operator Aircoach. The business, a subsidiary of First Group, provides all car park and s(...)

Aircoach runs services between Dublin airport and the city, and Belfast. Photograph: Frank Miller

Inflationary wage pressures and the recruitment of new drivers contributed to pre-tax profits at private coach operator Aircoach decreasing by 24 per (...)

Termini on Arkle Road in Sandyford:  The offices feature shower  facilities, an on-site cafe  as well as  generous car- and bicycle-parking provisions

London-based Aldgate Developments has obtained finance from Starwood Capital to fund the development of its new 20,625sq m (222,000sq ft) office block(...)

The company offers a full refund within 30 days if its product fails to boost the customer’s broadband. Photograph: Getty Images

FleetConnect, the firm that operates wifi on buses and trains across the State, plans to capitalise on the Government’s faltering broadband process by(...)

Aircoach parent FirstGroup saw its CEO, Tim O’Toole, depart as it plunged ot a £327 million loss.  Photograph: Frank Miller

FirstGroup chief executive Tim O’Toole has resigned with immediate effect as the bus-to-train firm swung to a mammoth full year loss. Executive chair(...)

The building is designed to provide around 12,541sq m (135,000sq ft) of floor space

The Clancourt Group is once again developing a new office building in Dublin’s Upper Hatch Street where it has had considerable success with two other(...)

An empty bus stop on the Navan Road N3 route towards Dublin City. Photograph: Alan Betson

What is the strike about? Dublin Bus drivers want pay increases of 15 per cent over three years, having rejected a Labour Court recommendation of 8.2(...)

The 400,000 Dublin bus passengers who will be affected by Tuesday and Wednesday’s strike action will be happy to hear that this incessant September rain is scheduled to clear just as buses grind to a halt on Monday evening.   Photograph: Philip Fitzpatrick/Collins

As Dublin Bus strike talks continue this afternoon, commuters are advised to prepare alternative transportation ahead of another 48-hour bus strike wh(...)

Dublin Bus workers on a picket line during day five of ongoing strike days at Conyngham Road Bus Depot. Photograph: Alan Betson/ The Irish Times

About 400,000 people used alternative transport in Dublin city today as Dublin Bus services came to a halt due to strike action at 9pm on Thursday. (...)

The forthcoming Dublin Bus strikes will compel the 400,000 daily passengers to innovate when it comes to getting to work and home again. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Thousands are bracing for another 48-hour Dublin Bus strike that is due to start on Thursday at 9pm. This will be the third two-day stoppage over th(...)