Dalton Philips has been appointed chief executive of  DAA for a seven-year term

Dalton Philips, the former chief executive of the supermarket chain Morrisons and Brown Thomas, has been named as the new head of DAA, the former Dubl(...)

The 15 million passenger journeys annually between Ireland and Britain represent, for travel companies, a new retail market that will soon be ripe for tapping.

It could happen in March 2019 when the UK leaves the customs union. Or it could be two or three years later if the proposed transitionary period is ad(...)

A Bus Éireann bus is removed from the scene outside T2 at Dublin Airport this morning after it rolled down a ramp  crashing into traffic lights. Photograph: Collins

There was traffic disruption at Dublin Airport on Monday morning after an empty double decker bus rolled backwards down a ramp into traffic lights, ro(...)

Tim Gaston, director of public transport services with the NTA, has said some city thoroughfares are not wide enough to include a tram track as well, and so cyclists may have to be directed to other routes. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The secretary general of the Department of Transport has described the construction of the Luas Cross City link-up as an “exemplar” for other similar (...)

Terminal 2 at Dublin Airport. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/File

Airport officials and the US embassy in Ireland have not received any information from the US department of homeland security about how US president D(...)

Limerick Technology Park: three blocks owned by the Brookvale Group are expected to sell fro more than €25 million

Three modern office buildings in Limerick’s National Technology Park are expected to attract interest from Irish and overseas investment funds when th(...)

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The Sunday Business Post reports that Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has floated the possibility of giving immunity to white collar crime informants who agree(...)

The Aryzta group has issued a series of profit alerts and disappointing earnings in the past two years, due in part to the poor performance of its US arm.

Troubled Swiss-Irish food group Aryzta has named Keith Cooper as its interim chief executive for its American business. Mr Cooper, a senior managing(...)

Former president of the European Parliament Pat Cox. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times.

Former president of the European Parliament Pat Cox has said Brexit has given Ireland “severe flu” but an Irish exit from the European Union would res(...)

Cian O’Shea (4) from Laois at the ‘My Land, Your Land - Ireland’ exhibition at Bloom in the Phoenix Park. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

The June bank holiday weekend will see a host of events and festivals take place from Friday to Monday. Here is what you need to know about traffic (...)

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