Maggie O’Neill, who lives on Terenure Road East, and is concerned about the ramifications of the bus corridor. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

It’s 8am on Wednesday and about 20 commuters are queuing up on Swords Main Street to get on a bus into Dublin city centre for work. They are waiting f(...)

Dublin City Council chief executive Owen Keegan said: “The suggestion that we can run buses east and west [at College Green] and sustain a reliable high-quality Luas cross city and a high level of pedestrian priority at city centre signals? It just can’t be done – and I think the evidence of the first week of the Luas supports that.” File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

The development of a €10 million civic plaza at Dublin’s College Green could be significantly delayed following the cancellation of a public hearing s(...)

Dublin Chamber says it is “vital” that College Green continues to function as a “transport artery” after the plaza is built. Photograph: Getty Images

Dublin Chamber of Commerce is backing Dublin Bus in its bid to keep running buses through College Green, which Dublin City Council wants to (...)

Brendan Foster: “I come from a practical world and I want things to work.” Photograph: Conor McCabe Photography

A true-blue Dub, Dublin Chamber of Commerce president Brendan Foster is intensely proud of his Cabra upbringing and the fact he shares an alma mater w(...)

An artist’s impression Dublin City Centre around the Dame Street area showing the pedestrian space in front of Trinity College if Dublin City Council’s plans for College Green go ahead.

Business organisations have raised concerns about plans for the creation of a pedestrian and cycle plaza at Dublin’s College Green. The new civic s(...)

Gerry Adams says his party is ‘looking for a fair tax system’. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams has insisted his party is pro-enterprise but said it will increase Capital Gains Tax and Capital Acquisitions Tax if in G(...)

Two-thirds of Dublin-based companies said they are revisiting their business plans due to anticipated growth

More than half of businesses in the capital have taken on additional staff since last year, according to a new survey from Dublin Chamber of Commerce(...)

The days of starving employees jostling over platters of cocktail sausages and vol-au-vents at the annual corporate Christmas party appear to be nearing an end

The days of starving employees jostling over platters of cocktail sausages and vol-au-vents at the annual corporate Christmas party appear to be neari(...)

Lord Puttnam speaking at a Dublin Chamber Business Breakfast hosted by The Irish Times in Dublin. Photograph: Frank Miller / THE IRISH TIMES

Ireland must move on from the politics of the past and actively embrace a digitally-based future, according to Academy Award winning producer David Pu(...)