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The club  has long since entered Dublin night time folklore and has amassed the massive cash pile over the years as a result of its enduring popularity. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Dublin night-club Copper Face Jacks has seen accumulated profits rise to €72 million in 2016. The company that operates Copper Face Jacks on Dublin’(...)

An artificial intelligence android developed in Germany. PwC’s forum “Man and Machine” on the economic impact of AI in Ireland takes place at Convention Centre Dublin on Wednesday. Photograph: Carsten Koall/AFP/Getty Images

Monday Indicators: German producer price index (Oct). Meetings: EU decision on the relocation of European Medicines Agency and European Banking Ag(...)

In 2016 total exports into the UK from Ireland grew by 2 per cent, according to Marina Donohoe of Enterprise Ireland. “If you strip out food, they grew by 6 per cent.”

Though the final outcome of the Brexit negotiations is unknown, one certainty is that the UK will remain our major trading partner. The fifth-largest(...)

Companies view shared office space as a place to network, share ideas and benefit from an extended eco-system of like-minded companies and individuals. Photograph: iStock
The sharing revolution

As technology is changing the type of work people do, it is also transforming where they do that work and under what terms and conditions. This is now(...)

The increase in Garda numbers is part of a long-term drive to bring the strength of the force to about 21,000 by 2021, comprising 15,000 gardaí, 2,000 reserves and 4,000 civilians. File photograph: Getty Images

Eight hundred extra gardaí are to be recruited under the Budget 2018, bringing the force’s strength to about 14,000. Minister for Justice Charlie Fla(...)

Paul Howard with the Ross O’Carroll-Kelly statue in Dublin city centre. Photograph Nick Bradshaw

1. Where Ross Doesn’t Drink Heineken (1998) It all started in the autumn of 1997. I was in the Sunday Tribune newsroom one Friday evening talking to (...)

Banned finally in 2013, bedsits often provoke nostalgia amongst their one-time occupants – even if the conditions were often grim. The often-maligned(...)

Enet, which was recently sold to the Irish Infrastructure Fund for between €150 million and €200 million, is Ireland’s largest wholesale-only carrier with offices in Limerick and Dublin

Telecoms firm Enet has opened up a new line of attack on market incumbent Eir with a plan to supply fibre broadband in several rural areas, which were(...)

Footballer Jeff Hendrick (25), who is originally from Kilmore Drive, Artane, but now based in the UK,is accused of violent disorder at Harcourt Street in Dublin in October, 2013. Photograph: Collins Courts.

The jury in the violent disorder trial of Republic of Ireland footballer Jeff Hendrick has been told to put the fact that he plays football out of th(...)

Jeff Hendrick  leaves the Dublin Circuit Criminal Court where he went on trial accused of violent disorder. Photograph:  Collins Courts.

A man has said that he was left with fractures to his jaw following an attack by a group of men minutes after footballer Jeff Hendrick dragged him fro(...)

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