French telecoms entrepreneur Xavier Niel’s NIJ Capital is close to finalising a deal to buy a majority stake in Eir, according to the ‘Sunday Times.’

French telecoms entrepreneur Xavier Niel’s NIJ Capital is close to finalising a deal to buy a majority stake in Eir, according to the Sunday Times. Th(...)

 A Tiger outlet on Nassau Street, Dublin. Photograph: Eric Luke

Profit for the Irish company operating the Flying Tiger Copenhagen chain of retail stores fell 28 per cent in 2016 on the back of investment in the br(...)

Tiger store on Nassau Street: Gillian Maxwell has developed the everything-and-anything Tiger store into a 26-outlet chain in Ireland and will tell Wednesday’s Small Firms Association (SFA) annual conference a little bit about her success. Photograph: Eric Luke

MONDAY Results: Hewlett Packard Enterprise Meetings: Glanbia egm and agm (Lyrath Estate Hotel, Co Kilkenny) TUESDAY Results: Cranswick, UDG Heal(...)

EY Emerging Entrepreneur Of The Year 2016 winners Paul Quigley and Andrew Mullaney of NewsWhip at the awards. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

The founders of news monitoring company NewsWhip – Paul Quigley and Andrew Mullaney – have won top prize in the emerging category at the EY Entreprene(...)

The retailer provides good value, design-led products in everyday categories such as kitchen utensils, office supplies, toys, hobby and crafts, party products, food, stationery, electronics, sports, gadgets and fashion accessories

The Irish company that runs the Tiger chain of retail stores recorded revenues that were 66 per cent higher last year, new accounts show. Tiger Retai(...)

Niall Stringer and Gillian Maxwell: “Within the next three years we will have rolled out Tiger Stores across the entire island of Ireland to about 35 stores.”

Niall Stringer is a carpenter by trade, and started his own construction company at 22. This business, which serves a variety of private and public cl(...)

Tiger: the Irish arm was begun by a couple who saw its London shops. It is owned 50-50 with the Danish parent and is set to change its name to Flying Tiger Copenhagen. Photograph:  Eric Luke

The Irish company that runs the Tiger chain of retail stores plans to open up to 12 new shops by the end of 2017 and is rebranding the group as Flyin(...)

Kevin McLoughlin with Ian Murphy, director of  Growth & Scaling Invest NI, Julie Sinnamon, chief executive of Enterprise Ireland, Anne Heraty and programme director Sean Duffy. Photograph: Maxwellphotography.ie

The shortlist for the 2016 EY Entrepreneur of the Year awards has been announced, with 24 companies selected to compete across three categories. The(...)

Dún Laoghaire: The contrast with the waterfront, transformed in the past few years, is stark, leading to the town being dubbed: Monaco at the front, Beirut at the back. Photograph: Eric Luke

Attempts to revive the declining fortunes of Dún Laoghaire’s town centre proposed by the Dún Laoghaire BID (Business Improvement District) company are(...)

Opening soon: the Tiger shop on Nassau Street in Dublin will be the company’s flagship store. photograph: dara mac dónaill

You may not realise you need a kite in a bag or frisbees in five colours, but you might change your mind once you visit the new Tiger store ope(...)