Tourism Ireland chief executive Niall Gibbons said that since 2002 nearly 30 million overseas visitors had visited Northern Ireland.

Tourism Ireland has strongly rejected claims by the DUP’s Ian Paisley that “there is a view” it “really first and foremost has to promote the Republic(...)

Michael McCormack, managing director of Musgrave NI: ‘Our plans are ambitious but achievable,’ he says

Musgrave NI, the grocery and convenience retailer, plans to open up to 20 additional stores and revamp 40 existing stores in Northern Ireland as part (...)

Futrli currently provides software-as-a-service  products to more than 1,200 accountancy firms and 45,000 small firms globally

A UK-headquartered fintech company is to invest nearly £5.5 million (€6m) to establish a new delivery centre in Belfast which is expected to create 80(...)

According to the North’s Department for the Economy the report is a “sobering reflection” of the limited options available in a no deal Brexit

There is “limited room for manoeuvre” for businesses or government to maintain the “status quo” in cross-Border trade between the North and South, whi(...)

“The Stormont stalemate is strangling the retail industry; with no minister in place to deliver rates reform  . . ,” says Aodhán Connolly, director of NIRC. Photograph: Paul Faith/Getty Images

Chilly weather during May saw shoppers desert high streets across the North as footfall figures fell by more than 6 per cent, the worst shopper turnou(...)

Parliament Buildings, Stormont. Photograph: Paul Faith/AFP/Getty

The North’s economy could take a devastating £940 million (€1 billion) hit if the Northern Ireland Executive is not restored by the end of this year, (...)

Plotbox founders Seán and Leona McAllister

PlotBox, the Northern Ireland company that has developed “death care management” software for cemeteries and crematoriums plans to rapidly expand its (...)

Industry analysts are not ruling out the possibility of global aviation giants Airbus or Boeing making a bid for Bombardier Belfast. Photograph: Getty

A Chinese aviation group which owns a major Northern Ireland manufacturing company has emerged as a potential front runner to buy Bombardier Belfast. (...)

Plans to pause processing of live birds at Moy Park’s Ballymena plant is a threat to jobs, says trade union Unite.

Pilgrim’s Pride, the owner of Moy Park, looks set for its first showdown with unions in Northern Ireland after a ballot was called for all-out strike (...)

Systems Operator Northern Ireland said it had made “what we feel is a fair pay offer which has been rejected by the union”. Photograph: iStock

Power cuts threaten businesses and homes in Northern Ireland next Monday after national grid workers served formal notice of a strike. Workers at Eir(...)

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