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The State’s tourism sector could be in decline, according to the boss of Fáilte Ireland, resulting from the Government’s decision to increase the hospitality VAT rate in last year’s budget

Dublin’s labour marketis now as tight as central London’s, according to a study by the Central Bank and recruitment website Indeed. The research found(...)

Michael Stanley: ‘Given market demand for our product and delivery pipeline, we look forward to the full year with confidence.’ Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Cairn Homes chief executive Michael Stanley will receive €525,000 when the house builder pays shareholders their first dividend next month. The compa(...)

In March, Greencoat increased its share of the Cloosh Valley wind farm in Co Galway to 25 per cent, investing €72 million. Photograph: iStock

Irish listed energy investor Greencoat Renewables is eyeing possible expansion into Europe. Since July of this year it has been open to Greencoat t(...)

Norwegian Air said the route closures took into account the grounding of the Boeing 737 Max aircraft. Photograph: Artur Widak/NurPhoto via Getty

Up to 134 jobs are at risk after Norwegian Air announced its decision to axe all of its transatlantic routes from Ireland in September. The budget a(...)

Sales at Apple’s Irish-registered international holding company rose 13.1 per cent to $155.8 billion (€141 billion) in 2018, new accounts filed by the company show

The US owner of the Shelbourne Hotel and builder of Dublin’s Capital Dock says that the Republic is set to become its biggest European market by incom(...)

Karelian Diamond Resources chairman Richard Conroy. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Shares in Karelian Diamond Resources collapsed on Friday after chairman Richard Conroy and other board members survived a shareholder revolt at an ext(...)

Food being prepared at the Chapter One restaurant in Dublin, where an pre-theatre menu is available to value-conscious diners.  Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Irish telcos may soon face a clampdown on how they market their broadband products amid a spike in complaints about so-called “fake fibre” adverts. Eo(...)

The Government’s target to have 950,000 electric vehicles on the roads in the Republic by 2030 is already being described as unrealistic within the motor trade. Photograph: Alexander Becher/EPA

A senior motor executive in Ireland has warned that the market for new cars in Ireland could plummet to as few as 55,000 sales next year if the Govern(...)

“It is vital that employers across the industry take a long hard look at the roles on offer to new entrants,” says  Freight Transport Association Ireland’s general manager Aidan Flynn. Photograph: iStock

Logistics operators have called on the Government to provide urgent funding to reverse the existing skills shortage across the sector in advance of po(...)

Drinagh co-op’s profit dropped to €6.1m  due to an almost €6m hit to its investment income as a result of a fair value adjustment under new accounting rules

A west Cork dairy and agribusiness co-operative recorded a fall in pre-tax profit of over 50 per cent to €6.12 million last year, but its operating pr(...)

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