There were roughly two unemployed people for every job vacancy in Dublin, the study found. Photograph: Getty

Dublin’s labour market is now as tight as central London’s, according to a study by the Central Bank and recruitment website Indeed. The research, pr(...)

The pace of growth slowed to 1.9 per cent year on year in Dublin in January. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Dublin has experienced one of the highest rates of property price inflation of any city in the world over the past five years, according to the Intern(...)

Dublin’s largest independent opticians chain MacNally has been put into examinership following a hearing at Dublin Circuit Court on Thursday.

Dublin’s largest independent opticians chain MacNally has been put into examinership following a hearing at Dublin Circuit Court on Thursday. The cha(...)

Incoming chairman of DAA Basil Geoghegan

Dublin Airport could lose up to three million passengers if the planning conditions attached to its new third runway plan are not reversed, the incomi(...)

 Dublin Airport managing director Vincent Harrison and Grant Thornton Ireland managing partner Michael McAteer at Dublin Airport. Photograph: Robbie Reynolds

Dublin Airport and Grant Thornton have announced a strategic partnership, which will see the professional services firm sponsor the airport’s Fast Tra(...)

The Shelbourne Hotel: turnover at the 265-room property rose 12 per cent to €39.7 million. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

Dublin’s historic Shelbourne Hotel has reported a sharp turnaround in its financial fortunes with profits jumping to €3.4 million last year, up from a(...)

A Mercer survey found Dublin is the second most expensive city in the euro zone  for employees working abroad. File photograph: Getty Images

Dublin is the second most expensive city in the euro zone behind Paris for employees working abroad, according to a survey by consultancy firm Mercer.(...)

Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin: Investec noted Ireland was the fastest-growing economy in the European Union for the third successive year. Photograph: Colin Keegan, Collins

Dublin stockbroker Investec says it was no longer anticipating a general election this year with opinion polls predicting another hung Dáil. In its (...)

Evening sunlight on the Millennium Bridge cross the  Liffey. Dublin’s highest score  was for the attribute “beautiful city”. Photograph: Eric Luke

Dublin has risen two places to 20th in a global list of cities that have the best and worst reputations. The latest City Reptrak index gave Dublin i(...)

  Minister for Finance Michael Noonan and Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Paschal Donohoe at the publication of the Summer Economic Statement . Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

Dublin stockbroker Investec is predicting the Government will collapse in October after failing to get its first Budget across the line. Launching ye(...)