Eamonn Fallon

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‘We have to keep going,’ said Johnny O’Hanlon of representative group Local Ireland. Photograph: iStock.

Journalism may have been deemed an essential service during the Covid-19 crisis, but the media sector has not escaped the wave of layoffs and pay cuts(...)

Distilled SCH controls a number of online companies including Daft.ie. Photograph: iStock

The owners of Daft.ie and DoneDeal, including brothers Eamonn and Brian Fallon, shared a €5.8 million dividend from their online Distilled SCH group o(...)

Revenues at Daft Media Limited rose from €7.6 million in 2015 in a trend that directors at the company said they expect to continue for the foreseeable future

The company behind Daft.ie recorded an 8 per cent jump in revenues to €8.2 million last year on the back of a recovery in the residential property sec(...)

Elaine Coholan, left and Jenny Synott founders of Dublin Cookie Company on Thomas Street, Dublin: ‘We were motivated by the idea of creating something out of nothing.’ Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Dusty university charters tend to be dedicated to lofty ideals such as the advancement of literature, science and art. These days, they seem just as d(...)

Property portal Daft.ie will continue to operate from Dublin.

Distilled Media Group has signed a deal with Norway’s Schibsted Media Group that will merge two Distilled businesses, the property portal Daft.ie and(...)

Brian Fallon, chief executive of Journal Media and co-founder of Distilled Media’s Daft.ie. Photograph: Alan Betson

When TheJournal.ie launched four years ago, it was with a newsroom of five journalists and five technology staff. The company now employs about 45 peo(...)

Distilled Media Group employed an average of 71 people during the period, down from 75 in 2012.

The company behind property website Daft.ie more than doubled its pre-tax profit to almost €1.7 million in 2013, accounts for Distilled Media Group Li(...)

Dublin Institute of Technology is hosting a digital media event this Wednesday to showcase games, mobile apps, tablet apps and other media innovations(...)

Laura SlatteryProposed amendments to draft European data protection regulations will “wreak havoc” for digital companies in Europe, Irish online firms(...)