Mark Loftus of the Paddy Box.

Mark Loftus is the founder and creator of the Paddy Box, a business which allows customers send a selection of Irish products to anyone around the wor(...)

East Coast Bakehouse managing director Michael Carey: “The cash burn has ended, thankfully.” Photograph: Eric Luke

Irish biscuit maker East Coast Bakehouse has hired EY Corporate Finance to raise €5 million to acquire more packing equipment for its factory in Drog(...)

Paddy Hansard:  ‘I’ve a long, difficult road ahead of me, and I know that it will be tough, but I’m lucky to be here.’ Photograph: Mark Maxwell/Maxpix

A great-grandfather who was left fighting for his life following an unprovoked attack knows he would not have seen another Christmas and new year with(...)

The Angry Birds themed Advent calendar from the people at Cadbury looks impressive and we can imagine that most children will receive it with delight

Butler’s Advent calendar €20 for 350g, €57.14 per kg  Butlers Advent calendar: At €20 this is the dearest of the advent calendars we (...)

KBC Bank does not accept cash lodgements. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

“I would not normally write to complain in such a public way but I have been very disappointed with some of the services of KBC Bank,” starts a mail f(...)

Toblerone made the gap between the chunks in some of its chocolate bar wider while keeping the size of its packaging

In the very early 1980s when the price of a pint of plain was about to go over an old Irish pound for the first time some publicans thought they had c(...)

Cardinal Henry Newman: his journey to Dublin began with an invitation in 1851 from Archbishop Cullen of Armagh, later archbishop of Dublin, to advise on the proposed establishment of a Catholic university.

On Friday, November 3rd, 1854, the Catholic University, under its rector John Henry Newman, opened its doors at 86 St Stephen’s Green in Dublin to rec(...)

Pretax profits fell to €791,000 from, €1.48 million a year earlier

The main Irish subsidiary of Cadbury owner Mondelez reported a drop in profits in 2018 despite revenues increasing to €184.6 million from €180 million(...)

Consider, too, the many employees forced to wait while antitrust regulators scrutinise deals, with only the dreaded merger “synergies” – often shorthand for job losses – to look forward to.

Plenty of ordinary workers deserve sympathy but this week mine is reserved for staff at Refinitiv. Until October last year, Refinitiv was the trading(...)

Brian O’Sullivan, the man behind one of the fastest growing brands in Ireland, has been chosen as The Irish Times Business Person of the Month for Aug(...)

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