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Shares in AIB have risen by a quarter in value since its IPO at €4.40 a share. Photograph: Alan Betson

Five companies have been shortlisted for Deal of the Year for The Irish Times’s inaugural business awards competition, which is being held in associat(...)

The new food market area in Avoca Handweavers at Rathcoole,  Co Dublin. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

US catering services giant Aramark’s Irish unit posted almost 31 per cent profit growth in its last financial year, boosted by the impact of its more-(...)

Noonan Services saw its revenue treble to more than €300 million since its takeover by Alchemy in 2008

Top managers at Noonan Services are believed to have secured a €20 million-plus payday as South African conglomerate BidVest agreed to buy the Dublin-(...)

Johannesburg-listed Bidvest told its  investors earlier this month that it was in acquisitive mode.

South African freight-to-car sales conglomerate Bidvest is leading the race to acquire Noonan Services, the Dublin-based facilities management and co(...)

The Noonan Services sale may be worth between €170 million and €190 million

Dublin-based Noonan Services has attracted bids from South African conglomerate Bidvest and private equity group HIG Capital as the facilities managem(...)

Established in 1977, Noonan’s latest annual report shows that revenues surged almost 50 per cent last year to €303.9 million, boosted by new contracts and a series of acquisitions

Noonan Services, the facilities management and contract cleaning group, is being prepared for potential sale by its UK private equity owner Alchemy Pa(...)

Brian Coyle, chief commercial officer, and Tony O’Dowd,  founder, KantanMT, a finalist in ‘The Irish Times’ Innovation Awards 2016 in the New Frontiers category. Photograph: Conor McCabe

Founded by serial entrepreneur Tony O’Dowd, KantanMT is a cloud-based custom machine translation solution. KantanMT is a platform that delivers large(...)

Lucas Decker (left), founder of Coindrum, has developed a way in which travellers can use leftover foreign loose change by exchanging it for duty-free shopping vouchers.

One of the great frustrations of overseas travel is the loose change in foreign currencies that builds up over time. You can’t change it in a bank whe(...)

A-wear’s store on Dublin’s Grafton Street. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Like an unwanted toy, A-Wear is about to be discarded yet again. The fashion chain, which was placed into receivership on Thursday, has been through t(...)

The Awear store on Grafton Street, Dublin.  Photograph: Eric Luke

Not another one. That was the general reaction this week when it emerged that the fashion retailer A|wear has entered interim examinership, buckling u(...)