Scan Alarms and Security Systems has been purchased by Secom for an undisclosed sum

Secom, the Japanese listed company, has acquired one of Northern Ireland’s leading independent specialist security providers, Scan Alarms and Security(...)

The Great Northern Retail Park in Omagh (£9.25 million) was among the notable deals in the North in the first quarter

A potential £78 million (€91m) pipeline of investment deals is on the table for Northern Ireland’s commercial property sector in the second quarter of(...)

Axial3D the Belfast based medical technology firm, specialises in 3D printing within the healthcare sector

Axial3D, the Belfast based medical technology firm, which specialises in 3D printing within the healthcare sector, has secured £230,000 of new investm(...)

CastleCourt, Belfast: shopper footfall grew by 4.6 per cent in the North last month. Photograph: Paul Faith/PA

Northern Ireland’s economy will do well to “avoid stagnation” in 2017 against a backdrop of political challenges at home and abroad, the chief economi(...)

The Bombardier Aerospace plant in Belfast: in 2016 the company brought forward a programme to axe 1,080 jobs in the North.

From the latest political upheavals at Stormont to constant job fears at one of the North’s largest private sector employers, a slew of sell-offs and (...)

WiggleCRC said about 275 employees will be unaffected by its plans

WiggleCRC, one of the world’s largest online bike retailers, is planning to cut 313 jobs in Northern Ireland following its decision to relocate a larg(...)

Nine months ago the Canadian aerospace firm Bombardier confirmed that it intended to reduce its Northern Ireland workforce by 1,080 people between this year and next, as part of a “global downsizing” strategy.  Photograph: Arthur Allison/Pacemaker

A Craigavon-based firm, AJ Power, has recently supplied and installed a standby generator at the top of Table Mountain in South Africa. The generat(...)

North’s Minister for Finance Máirtín Ó Muilleoir: when he first became Minister back in May he spoke of the “great responsibility” of the job and said it was “not a role I will take lightly”. Photograph: Liam McBurney/PA Wire

The North’s Minister for Finance Máirtín Ó Muilleoir will be keen to ensure there are no slip-ups this week during a scheduled visit to the Lurgan pla(...)

Dr Esmond Birnie, PwC chief economist in Northern Ireland: “If the pound remains low that could boost price-sensitive sectors.”

Global organisations may view Northern Ireland as a more attractive “investment and acquisition location” following the Bank of England interest rate (...)

NI Finance Minister Máirtín Ó Muilleoir said on Wednesday: “As pledged, I have reviewed the material provided to the previous committee. In the interests of transparency and public confidence the department has now provided the committee with a further set of papers with the majority of redactions removed, where that has been possible within the department’s data protection obligations.”

The North’s Finance Minister has released further information relating to the £1.24 billion sale of Nama’s former Northern Ireland portfolio to the As(...)

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