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An OpenHydro turbine. At its peak, the tidal energy company had predicted €1 billion in revenue by 2026.

IDA Ireland has taken a High Court case against the French warship company which previously owned the failed Irish renewable energy outfit OpenHydro.(...)

New Institute of Technology Tralee sports academy: facing a capital deficit of €3-€4 million and will have running costs of €50,000-€100,000. Photograph: Domnick Walsh © Eye Focus

Earlier this week politicians gathered to cut the ribbon on the Kerry Sports Academy, a gleaming new facility on the grounds of the Institute of Techn(...)

The Institute of Technology Tralee has been running operational deficits of between €1-€2 million over recent years. Image: Google Maps

Education authorities have appointed external accountants to monitor spending at the Institute of Technology Tralee amid growing concern over financia(...)

Creditors’ voluntary liquidations (CVLs) accounted for 142 or 73 per cent of all insolvencies

Eight out of ten companies entering insolvency in the first three months of 2019 were incorporated more than five years ago, new figures show. The da(...)

If Brexit has taught companies anything, it’s that change is constant - and can be unexpected.

In the weeks and months that followed the UK’s vote to leave the European Union in June 2016, John Byrne began to realise that the way his company doe(...)

It’s a lot cheaper to live in Portugal, with value to be had even in the Algarve, particularly when compared with prices in Dublin

It sounds great; a cheaper cost of living, a sunny climate, great golf courses for those so inclined, not to mind a potentially tax-free retirement. (...)

Lavannia: ‘Be personable– interviewers are looking for people they can imagine working with.’

Tell us about yourself, where you’re from and where you went to college? “I have a somewhat atypical background. So I’m originally from Singapore/Ma(...)

The watchdog is investigating the FAI after it emerged   its chief executive John Delaney gave the association a €100,000 loan to cover a cash shortfall at the organisation in 2017

The State’s corporate law watchdog has asked the High Court to decide whether documents handed over by the Football Association of Ireland (FAI) in a (...)

James Caan   in the Westin Hotel, Dublin. The  British entrepreneur  is looking to invest in three additional Irish recruitment companies. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

British entrepreneur James Caan is looking to invest in three additional Irish recruitment companies as he deploys up to £40 million (€46.3 million) a(...)

Paper and packaging group Smurfit Kappa, due to update the market next week, was a key performer, adding 3.2 per cent to €27.30.

European shares finished higher in the final session of the week as some strong earnings helped overturn slippage from earlier in the session, althoug(...)

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