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Cityjet said it recognised the importance of getting guidance from its stakeholders and auditors. Photograph: iStock

Cityjet is seeking advice from its auditors Deloitte and other parties as it navigates through the Covid-19 crisis, the airline confirmed. The Dubli(...)

Shareholders in the travel software company voted overwhelmingly for the election of the three directors to the board. Photograph: iStock

Shareholders in troubled travel software developer Datalex elected chairman David Hargaden, and non-executive directors Mike McGearty and Christine Ou(...)

Sheena McGonigle, from Laytown in Co Meath, now lives in Vilnius, Lithuania.

After leaving school in 1989, Sheena McGonigle, from Laytown in Co Meath, went to Dublin to study journalism in Ballyfermot college. As is the case wi(...)

Swords Business Campus is located on Balheary Road, next to the M1 and five minutes from Dublin Airport. Photograph: Peter Moloney/PM Photography

Document storage provider, the Oasis Group Ltd, has taken possession of its newly-fitted grade A headquarter unit at Swords Business Campus in Dublin,(...)

Image taken with permission from the Twitter feed of @wazzas of a man who was disrupting a flight due to take off for Dublin from London City Airport. Photograph: Warren Swalbe/PA Wire

An Aer Lingus flight from London City Airport to Dublin was delayed when an activist staged an on-board protest as the plane was due to take off. Ext(...)

Sean Corkery: joined the board in April as deputy chairman as the company grappled with the fallout of accounting irregularities that emerged three months earlier. Photograph: Tom Honan

Datalex’s new chief executive told a shareholder meeting on Thursday that its former auditors, Ernst & Young (EY), were “conspicuous” by their abs(...)

Datalex chief executive Sean Corkery. Photograph: Tom Honan/The Irish Times.

The acting chief executive of beleaguered travel software provider Datalex has been appointed to the role on a permanent basis. Sean Corkery, previo(...)

CWSI was set up in 2011 by Ronan Murphy. Photograph: Getty Images

Dublin-based enterprise mobility specialist CWSI has secured more than €2.3 million in investment in a move that values the business at over €15 milli(...)

Ryanair chief executive Michael O’ Leary has said he would remove voting rights from non-EU shareholders following Brexit if that is required to meet EU rules on ownership. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Minister for Transport and Tourism Shane Ross could question Irish airlines about how they intend to comply with European Union ownership rules after (...)

CityJet specialises in “wet-leasing”, that is, hiring out both craft and crew to fly routes for other airlines

Irish airline CityJet is changing the craft it uses to operate a series of routes for Brussels Air after experiencing “teething troubles” with the Suk(...)

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