Minister for Sport Shane Ross addresses the Oireachtas Committee on Tuesday. Photograph: screengrab

The board of the Football Association of Ireland (FAI) will resign within the next two months, and certainly no later than its annual general meeting (...)

Cumberland House in Dublin was redeveloped by Hibernia Reit at a cost of €36 million. Flynn Management & Contractors worked on this project.

Flynn Management & Contractors, a Dublin-headquartered group that specialises in fitting out buildings for multinational employers, will take on 5(...)

An Aoife stove by Waterford Stanley

Middleby, the Nasdaq-listed owner of the range and cooker maker Waterford Stanley, has made available €14.1 million to support the loss-making busines(...)

The Square shopping centre in Tallaght. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons.

Losses at the firm that runs the Square shopping centre in Tallaght, Dublin fell by €77,222 to €1.1 million last year. However net liabilities increas(...)

Payzone chief executive Jim Deignan said the 2016 financial results reflected the ongoing diversification of the company’s revenue base.

Payments firm Payzone has reported sales of €155.1 million for the 12-month period to the end of September last year, down 5 per cent from €162.9 mil(...)

Some 20,951 companies were newly incorporated in 2016 in Ireland, an increase of 7.9 per cent on the previous year. (Photograph: iStock)

Some 20,951 companies were newly incorporated in 2016 in Ireland, an increase of 7.9 per cent on the previous year, while 8,302 companies were struck (...)

The bank said fraudsters are “increasingly using legitimate firms’ details to add an air of legitimacy to their fraud”.

The Central Bank is investigating after it emerged a financial firm calling itself Zanta Ventures has been operating in the State without appropriate (...)

Residents of the building that went on fire on Mountjoy Square last week pictured outside the premises: Dayane Silva  and Laís Souza, Brazil, Jehan Fouquet, France, Lirlanda Freites and Yara Silva, Brazil. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

As she gasped for air in her smoke-filled apartment, Laís Souza from Brazil was afraid she might not survive to see her family again. The teacher ca(...)

Ergo chief executive John Purdy: “We’ve got a pretty strong pipeline going into next year and see significant growth in both revenue and headcount.”

IT services provider Ergo, which has been on the acquisition trail in recent years, forecasts that revenues will hit €60 million this year with earnin(...)

The Little-Island headquartered company, which employs almost 200 staff, also has operations in the US and Thailand

WiseTek, a Cork-based company that specialises in recycling and repurposing used hardware, recorded a 44 per cent decline in profits last year. The (...)

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