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Bank of Ireland retreated 1.49 per cent to €4.353.

European stocks hit new highs on Monday, but airline and travel shares took a hit as fears grew that Covid-19’s delta variant would become region’s do(...)

European stocks fell slightly on Monday as investors sold economically sensitive sectors on worries that the spread of new coronavirus variants was st(...)

Productboard founders Daniel Hejl and Hubert Palan: More than 4,000 companies – including Microsoft, Disney, Zoom, and JCDecaux – use the tech firm’s platform.

Productboard, a Czech-founded tech company that has developed a popular product management platform, is to open an office in Dublin after raising $72 (...)

Tony O’Flanagan, marketing director of JC Decaux Ireland,  with some of the new hybrid electric bikes that will be on offer via the Dublinbikes scheme from March 30th. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

From Monday morning the Dublinbikes rental scheme is going electric, with half of the fleet of 1,600 bikes being converted to e-bikes. While the per-(...)

We Will Hug Again was a recent out-of-home campaign by online retailer Zalando, seen here on LED Lightbox screen in East Wall, Dublin. Photograph: Kinetic Ireland.

After the pandemic upended its business in 2020, the Irish out-of-home advertising sector is cautiously eyeing a recovery this year and next as “some (...)

Sarah Jennings, marketing director of Now TV: ‘Sponsorships like this don’t come up every day.’

Now TV is to become the next sponsor of Dublinbikes, with the Sky streaming service securing joint naming rights to the city’s public bike hire scheme(...)

JCDecaux began the ‘It’s Great to See You Again’ campaign in May. Photograph: JCDecaux

“It’s great to see you again,” is the line that has been used on JCDecaux’s out-of-home advertising sites since Ireland began its first tentative step(...)

From next month, Dublin City Council  plans to increase the Dublinbikes annual charge to €35, but not to raise per-trip charges, or the €5 three-day subscription. Photograph: Conor McCabe Photography

The annual membership charge for the highly-popular Dublinbikes rental scheme is to rise by 40 per cent from next month, Dublin City Council has annou(...)

In 2006, Dublin City Council considered reopening the College Street toilet facilities. The structure has since been demolished. File photograph: Eric Luke

Dublin City Council has failed to spend a penny of a €200,000 fund allocated by councillors more than a year ago to provide public toilets in the city(...)

‘As if retail wasn’t hard enough,’ Golden Discs chief executive Stephen Fitzgerald posted on LinkedIn. Photograph: Manuel Dunand/AFP via Getty

We regret to inform you that Black Friday is now Black Friday Week. The much-lamented US import has its tendrils firmly wrapped around the retail sect(...)

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