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Danske Bank has 44 branches and employs around 1,400 people in the North. Photograph: Chris Helgren/Reuters

Danske Bank in Northern Ireland has reported a pre-tax profit of £77.4 million (€88.1 million) for the first nine months of 2017. The latest financia(...)

Uform chairman  Eamon Donnelly: “We see ourselves as more of a Google type of environment.”

The business of creating a kitchen has changed since Eamon Donnelly founded Uform in 1993 in Toomebridge, Co Antrim, with brother Paul and late fathe(...)

Simon Oliphant, managing director of Uform (centre) with Brian Shane (left) and Geoff Sharpe of Danske Bank: Uform distributes 1,000-plus kitchens a week in the UK and Ireland.

A Co Derry family-founded kitchen component supplier, which has grown its turnover from just over £8 million (€8.96 million) to £22 million in four ye(...)

Eamon Donnelly, Uform: “Our strategic goal is to hold 10 per cent of the UK market with £25 million turnover at 15 per cent net profit.” Photograph: Richie Stokes

Established by Eddie Donnelly and his sons in 1993, Uform has grown from humble beginnings to become one of Ireland’s most recognisable suppliers to k(...)

Kevin McLoughlin with Ian Murphy, director of  Growth & Scaling Invest NI, Julie Sinnamon, chief executive of Enterprise Ireland, Anne Heraty and programme director Sean Duffy. Photograph: Maxwellphotography.ie

The shortlist for the 2016 EY Entrepreneur of the Year awards has been announced, with 24 companies selected to compete across three categories. The(...)