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Hildegarde Naughton, Minister of State at the Department of Transport with CitySwift co-founders Alan Farrelly and Brian O’Rourke

CitySwift, an Irish company that provides data-driven scheduling and planning technology for public transport companies, is to create 50 new jobs over(...)

Fianna Fáil leader Micheal Martin (L) and  and Fine Gael leader Leo Varadkar (R): State pension age remains one of the outstanding issues in government formation talks

Amid reports of the key issues to be resolved in the government formation talks, the Sunday Independent says agreement over changes to the State pensi(...)

Aer Lingus aircraft parked up at Dublin Airport. Photograph: Tom Honan for The Irish Times.

Aer Lingus expects to see a far bigger reduction in flights this summer than it had previously predicted, according to a report in the Sunday Independ(...)

Buymie’s service is available to more than 490,000 households across Dublin and in parts of Kildare and Wicklow. Photograph: Derek Kennedy

Dublin online grocery delivery company Buymie has raised €2.2 million from investors to scale up and add a second city to its service in response to d(...)

Internet Corp sells cloud back-up services to businesses and was founded by tech entrepreneurs Eoin Blacklock (L) and Jonathan Crowe.

Internet Corp, a Dublin-headquartered cloud services group that will rebrand as Ekco next week, will seek to raise €25 million in fresh capital this y(...)

Cubic Telecom chief executive Barry Napier founded the company in 2005.

Irish technology company Cubic Telecom has raised more than €11 million in funding from long-term backer Act Venture Capital. The company develops (...)

Engage EHS chief executive Darragh Geoghegan. The company specialises in environment, health and safety technology

Irish technology company Effective Software has raised $1.5 million (€1.3 million) as it plans an ambitious global expansion and rebrands the company.(...)

Block P1 at EastPoint Business Park in Dublin 3 is let to Conduit Enterprises Ltd at a rent of €910,000 per annum.

Strong demand is expected from both domestic and international investors in four Dublin offices which have been brought to the market by agent Savills(...)

 LogMeIn has a 45-day period in which it can shop around for better offers. Photograph: Essdras M Suarez/The Boston Globe via Getty Images

Elliott Management’s private equity arm has partnered up with Francisco Partners to take software provider LogMeIn private, as the activist fund conti(...)

 Glanbia chief executive  Siobhán Talbot: she says its  European business has  been affected  by the pace at which customers had been switching  from the group’s distributors to buying online. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

They say profit warnings come in threes. The first alert often highlights a problem; the second comes as the company struggles to deal with it; while (...)

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