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Ronan Higham, managing director of Pure Fitout, a Belfast-based firm

Ronan Higham is managing director of Belfast-based Pure Fitout. The shopfitting company, which employs 49 people, creates luxury interiors for bars, h(...)

From Sydney to South Armagh: Mick Boyle (left) with Killeavy Castle general manager Jason Foody

A Co Armagh-born entrepreneur who emigrated to Australia and founded a major construction company is set to realise his dream of transforming a run-do(...)

The new Belfast operation will be the firm’s largest outside Cork. Photograph: iStock

A Cork-headquartered software company expects to create 85 jobs in a new development and support hub in Belfast. Teamwork. com, a SaaS (Software as a(...)

Announcing 170 new jobs: Paul Vienneau, Cayan (L), and Jeremy Fitch, Invest NI Photograph: Presseye

Cayan, the US payments company, plans to establish a new support centre in Belfast which will create 170 jobs. The Boston-headquartered technology co(...)

The fallout from Brexit has many in Northern Ireland – from indigenous firms to inward investors – questioning just what the local landscape will look like when the UK does eventually leave the EU. Photograph: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images

Brexit or no Brexit, it is business as usual for the chief executive of Invest NI as he heads to the United States this week to tell American companie(...)

Photograph: Matthew Lloyd/Bloomberg

Invest NI, the North’s regional business development agency, expects to beat government job creation targets and support around 6,000 new jobs in the (...)

One-third of all funding to support business in the North by its economic development agency Invest NI between 2011 and 2014 went to Queen’s University Belfast, Ulster University and the UK government body responsible for boosting the film industry. Photograph: Alan Betson/the Irish Times

One-third of all funding to support business in the North by its economic development agency Invest NI between 2011 and 2014 went to Queen’s Universi(...)

US based Proofpoint is investing more than £6 million in Northern Ireland and creating 94 new jobs. Arlene Foster is pictured at Proofpoint’s global headquarters in Sunnyvale, California, with CEO Gary Steele and, left, Alastair Hamilton, chief e6xecutive, Invest NI.

US data protection solutions provider Proofpoint is to create 94 new jobs in Belfast in a £6 million (€4.5m) investment.The Sunnyvale, California head(...)

The new investment programme at Kilkeel Seafood division is designed to expand the processing operations specifically for wholetail scampi

Northern Ireland’s fishing industry is to get a £1 million boost from a major new investment programme by one of the UK’s best known family-owned seaf(...)

The ‘Derry-Londonderry-Doire’ yesterday won the 2,800-mile New York to Derry leg of the Clipper Round the World race.

Even before the Derry City Council-sponsored yacht won the home leg of the Clipper Round the World race, the council said their £1.8 million (€2.25(...)

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