Richard Guiney

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 (L-R) Richard Guiney, chief executive of DublinTown, Fergal Barton from Bartons Coaches, Lynn Henderson Operations Manager of Excursions Ireland and Niamh McCarthy, chief executive of Excursions Ireland at the launch of the All-Ireland Cruise Ship Action Group campaign in Buswells Hotel, Dublin. Photograph: Maxwells

A decision to cut back on the number of cruise liners in Dublin Port could “devastate Irish tourism”, a campaign group to oppose the move has claimed.(...)

People with disabilities expressed concern about the proposed two-way cycle track on three sides of the plaza. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

The proposed civic plaza on Dame Street in Dublin would create a “medium” security and terrorist risk for the city and would also drive shoppers out t(...)

A crippling shortage of chefs is forcing Irish restaurants to trawl Europe for qualified staff willing to move here to cook, as consumers’ appetite for eating out expands

A crippling shortage of chefs is forcing Irish restaurants to trawl Europe for qualified staff willing to move here to cook, as consumers’ appetite fo(...)

Businesses across the country were forced to close last week as a result of storm Emma. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Irish businesses reopening on Monday morning were counting the cost of the effect of lost trade last week as a result of storm Emma which lead to wide(...)

Brown Thomas concierge  Jim Kearns puts a sign up in the Dublin city-centre store announcing its temporary closure due to adverse weather. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Bad weather will wipe about €15 million off turnover for Dublin city’s traders, business promotion group Dublin Town has said. The group expects foot(...)

Dublin Town chief executive  Richard Guiney: “We are of the view that if non-payment by some is publicised that it may encourage others not to pay either.” Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Business promotion organisation Dublin Town has taken a High Court action to block the release of information on how many of its number have paid memb(...)

The Inside Business podcast being recorded before a live audience in the GPO.

One of the best known faces in Irish retail, Maurice Pratt, has said an Armageddon” in US retailing, that has led to mall closures, layoffs and shrink(...)

Luas Cross City: the south quay is closed at O’Connell Bridge until 6am on August 12th, while a temporary road surface is replaced

There were long delays on the south quays in Dublin on Saturday as the latest phase of Luas Cross City construction work got under way. Traffic was (...)

Luas signage on Dawson Street in Dublin. The new Cross City line is expected to open in December. (Photograph: Dave Meehan/The Irish Times)

The new Luas Cross City line will be open by the beginning of December, news that business leaders in Dublin have welcomed. Testing on the new line i(...)

Luas Cross City construction works at O’Connell Bridge, Dublin: the proposed car  ban along some quays has sparked opposition. Photograph: Eric Luke

Plans to ban cars from parts of the Liffey quays are an attempt to introduce non-monetary congestion charges to Dublin city, business organisations h(...)

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