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Grant Thornton Ireland managing partner Michael McAteer said every area of its business was growing at a rapid pace. Photograph: Crispin Rodwell

Grant Thornton Ireland is hiring an extra 1,000 staff to meet surging demand for accountancy and professional services. The accountants’ firm last m(...)

The research found that 57 per cent of small- and medium-sized businesses believe the budget will create the conditions for post-Covid recovery and economic expansion in 2022. Photograph: iStock

Most small businesses believe Budget 2022 will create the conditions for a post-Covid recovery, research shows. Post-budget analysis by Grant Thornto(...)

Glanbia is the State’s biggest dairy company

Farmers are weighing a bid to take over Glanbia Ireland, the Republic’s biggest dairy company, the Sunday Business Post reports. Glanbia co-op, owned(...)

 Bank of Ireland’s outgoing chief financial officer Myles O’Grady handed in his notice to join Musgraves. Photograph: Eric Luke

Bank of Ireland chief financial officer Myles O’Grady’s decision to exit leaves two of the State’s remaining retail banks searching for a top bean cou(...)

Residential construction in Dublin returned to Celtic Tiger levels in the second quarter of 2021. Photograph: Alan Betson

Residential construction in Dublin returned to Celtic Tiger levels in the second quarter of 2021, with housing commencements across the four local aut(...)

Dublin scored highly on remote working infrastructure but fell down on accommodation costs in a new survey. Photograph: iStock

People who are hoping to split their working week between home and office in the future are increasingly seeking to rent digs in Dublin and other majo(...)

Borrowings by the FAI, mainly from the Bank of Ireland and Fifa, increased from €42.9 million in 2019 to €62.4 million last year. The association’s a(...)

The Co Louth-based freight-forwarding business employs nine people. Credit: Chris Maddaloni/Collins

The High Court has appointed a provisional liquidator to a shipping company which claims it has become “hopelessly insolvent” due to apparent fraud by(...)

The redevelopment of the 5.6 acres off Thomas Street will go towards developing more homes. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

There was much sadness when news came the other day that the agency responsible for the Digital Hub in the Liberties is to be dissolved. The Dublin-b(...)

The former City Arts Centre on Dublin’s City Quay. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Having lain dormant since its sale to a consortium of developers including Paddy Kelly and the McCormack family’s investment vehicle Alanis Capital in(...)

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