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An Amazon warehouse. The company has opened a 6,800sq m ‘delivery station’ at Greenogue Business Park in southwest Dublin with 20 staff. Photograph: Getty Images

Some stock brokers have had to put new customers on a waiting list, as “armchair investors are rushing to open trading accounts in the hope of picking(...)

Dublin’s Clarence Hotel employs 50 full-time and part-time staff and Brushfield has a planning application before the city council for 54 new bedrooms that will add to the existing 59.

Profits at the four-star Clarence hotel, long associated with U2, fell by nearly a quarter last year. Accounts recently filed at Companies Office sho(...)

The swings outside Sophie’s restaurant in the Dean Hotel, a Press Up venue. Photograph: Ellen Rose O’Riordan

Expansion costs at part of the country’s fastest growing hospitality group, Paddy McKillen jnr’s Press Up group last year put a lid on returns, with p(...)

Paddy McKillen Jnr: Creating and gathering up  Dublin’s hotspots.

You may not know what he looks like, but you’ve probably had a drink in one of his venues. Paddy McKillen jnr shuns the limelight but his work is e(...)

Karlin Lillington: “We need to talk about the kind of city we want before more tech firms arrive”

Former Irish Nationwide Building Society managing director, Michael Fingleton, approved over €6 billion worth of property loans on which the lender su(...)

Copper Face Jacks is up for sale and is expected to fetch around €40 million. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Who is going to buy Coppers? An institution in Ireland, the venue – which comes with a hotel – is expected to fetch in the region of €40 million. (...)

The move follows the group’s Stella cinema and diner in Rathmines. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Leisure and hospitality group Press Up is to bring bowling to Dundrum as it expands its Stella concept with a new eight-lane bowling alley at the shop(...)

Irish businessman Peter Conlon has been jailed for embezzlement in Switzerland. Photograph: iStock

Irish businessman Peter Conlon has been convicted of embezzlement in Switzerland, the Sunday Times reports. Mr Conlon, the founder of Ammado, pleade(...)

The headquarters of New Ireland Assurance on Dublin’s Dawson Street has been sold for €38 million. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The fast growing Press Up hospitality group has outbid several property developers to purchase the headquarters of New Ireland Assurance on Dublin’s D(...)

The new approved development on Oakmount’s Union Cafe site in Mount Merrion

Property company Oakmount, headed by serial developers Paddy McKillen jnr and Matt Ryan, has been granted planning permission on appeal to redevelop t(...)

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