According to the study, over half of businesses expect to make further redundancies in the coming months

The Covid-19 crisis has had a far greater impact on businesses in Northern Ireland than the 2008 economic crash, with 77 per cent of companies having (...)

Belfast city centre. Members of the Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce together employ more than 100,000. Photograph: iStock

The North’s economy is in decline and four out of five business leaders believe that a recession is looming on the back of Brexit uncertainty, one of (...)

John Healy, MD Allstate NI. Photograph: PressEye/Andrew Paton

Northern Ireland’s business community is not prepared for a no-deal Brexit, the managing director of one of its biggest US investors has warned. John(...)

British prime minister Theresa May will host Northern Irish businesspeople at 10 Downing Street today. Photograph: Will Oliver/EPA

UK prime minister Theresa May will host Northern Irish businesspeople at 10 Downing Street on Thursday as part of her charm offensive to win support f(...)

Northern Ireland First Minister Arlene Foster with Nick Coburn, managing director of Ulster Carpets: Mr Coburn  is  the incoming president of the Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce.

The Burj al-Arab in Dubai, Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas, the George V in Paris and the Ritz in London could all feature on your wish list of holiday d(...)

The Titanic Belfast Experience: while recovery is under way, the business environment remains challenging and the outlook for long-term growth is far from confident, the survey found. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Northern Ireland’s economy continues to show signs of recovery as illustrated by more local businesses reporting an increase in domestic orders, posit(...)

Kevin Kingston, 164th president of the Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce, admits that while being “village sized” may have its positives, it can also create certain drawbacks because it can have the tendency to make the business community slightly insular.

If you think corporate bankers in general have no concept of honesty, the new president of one of the North’s largest business organisations would lik(...)