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Petrel Resources recorded an operating loss of €104,000 for the period to June 30th, compares with €207,000 in the previous year. Photograph: iStock

Irish oil company Petrel Resources narrowed its losses in the first six months of the year. The firm recorded an operating loss of €104,000 for the (...)

Deirdre Somers, the Irish Stock Exchange’s recently-departed chief executive, had a €5.75 million pay day last year, driven by a cash windfall and bonuses tied to the group’s sale to Euronext

Deirdre Somers, the Irish Stock Exchange’s recently-departed chief executive, had a ¤5.75 million pay day last year, driven by a cash windfall and bon(...)

Elva Carri, Pamela Newenham and Áine Mulloy of GirlCrew: ‘We discovered many women in Dublin were looking to climb the career ladder, change jobs or set up their own business, and were unsure how’

Thanks to social networking there are plenty of ways to make contacts and connect without ever attending a real-life networking event. Think of the nu(...)

From left: iCabbi cofounders Niall O’Callaghan, Technical Director; Gavan Walsh, chief executive; and  Bob Nixon, sales director. Photograph: Conor McCabe

Transport technology firm iCabbi says it will create 120 jobs over the next three years as it seeks to develop its Dublin office as a global hub for (...)

Cignal has invested more than €15m in the past 18 months in expanding its tower infrastructure

Irish telecommunications company Cignal has invested more than €15 million in the past 18 months in expanding its tower infrastructure as it aims to d(...)

Facebook has called on the Government to clarify what constitutes ‘harmful communication’ as included in proposed legislation. Photograph: Lionel Bonaventure/AFP/Getty Images

Facebook has called on the Government to clarify what constitutes “harmful communication” as included in proposed legislation to help protect children(...)

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and US President Donald Trump depart after speaking to the news media in the Rose Garden of the White House

US markets rallied yesterday after the European Union agreed to concessions that appear to have averted a deepening trade war. At an unscheduled press(...)

The Irish Airline Pilots’ Association said members at Ryanair would hold a fourth strike on Friday, August 3rd.

Ryanair has not ruled out further job cuts on top of the possible 300 announced on Wednesday if Irish pilots continue striking. The airline on Wednes(...)

Tullow expects full-year production from working oil and gas wells in West Africa and the North Sea to be 89,000 to 95,000 barrels a day. File photograph: Getty Images

Explorer Tullow Oil will next year begin drilling in an area close to where rival Exxon Mobil has discovered four billion barrels of crude, worth abou(...)

Soda founder Grace Gould at Brown Thomas in Grafton Street. Photograph: Cyril Byrne.

Ryanair’s share price closed down 6.7 per cent in Dublin on Monday after the airline announced a 20 per cent fall in profits, and suggested that visib(...)

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