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CarTrawler, which makes software used by airlines and travel agents to connect to car-hire firms, was thrown into emergency debt restructuring talks as its business was hit by the grounding of airline fleets internationally amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Photograph: iStock

Lenders to CarTrawler face losing more than half of the €145 million that they are owed under a rescue refinancing deal that is set to see UK private (...)

Cormac Barry, former head of Flutter Entertainment’s Sportsbet operation in Australia, became the group’s chief executive in 2018. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

CarTrawler is on track to fall under the control of UK private equity firm TowerBrook in a deal that could see up to €100 million being injected into (...)

Cormac Barry, chief executive of CarTrawler: the company currently has about 100 airlines and 2,500 online travel brand partners on its books. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Having played a key role in making Paddy Power an online success, there were raised eyebrows when it emerged that Cormac Barry was leaving the group’s(...)

Easyjet commercial officer Andrew Middleton pictured with Cartrawler chief commercial officer Aileen McCormack

Irish travel technology company Cartrawler has secured its biggest deal in recent years with a four-year contract under which it will become the exclu(...)

CarTrawler reported turnover of €164 million for the first nine months of 2018. This compares to €201.7 million for full-year 2017

Irish travel tech company Cartrawler has reported flat revenues and a drop in profits for the first nine months to September last year as it invested (...)

Rathdown Motors site in Terenure: mooted development would lead to “major congestion”.

One of the brothers who founded Cartrawler, a car rental technology company, is seeking planning permission for a 55-unit development in south Dublin’(...)

The company, which is headquartered in Dublin with additional offices in Tokyo, Helsinki, Manilla, Boston and Sydney, employs about 600 people globally

Irish travel tech company CarTrawler has reported a sharp rise in revenues as it gears up to expand its presence in the US. Newly filed accounts for (...)

CarTrawler said it “has informed Green Motion that their UK network is subject to the same disciplinary procedures as any other suppliers”. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

CarTrawler, the Irish builder of booking engine software connecting the car hire sector with airlines such as Ryanair, has “indefinitely” suspended re(...)

CarTrawler chief technology officer Bobby Healy: “We’re already in 174 countries but there is still plenty of growth possible.”

Software group CarTrawler is not actively considering a stock market flotation at present. The Dublin-based company makes software used by airlines (...)

Access to the equity markets would give CarTrawler the firepower to move the business up another gear

Could CarTrawler, the Dublin-based company that makes software used by airlines and travel agents to connect to car hire firms, be setting itself up f(...)

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