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eShopWorld chief executive Tommy Kelly. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Irish ecommerce company eShopWorld increased its revenues last year by 26.7 per cent to €406.6 million, latest accounts show. Announcing its results (...)

Adirondack chairs in summer tones.  Photograph: Getty

Make your own Adirondack chair There’s something about the Adirondack chair that shouts summer: its sloping slat back and armrests wide enough to tak(...)

According to new research from Virgin Media, almost 90 per cent of Irish consumers plan to take advantage of the forthcoming Black Friday sales to do some or all of their Christmas shopping.

Online shoppers in the Republic have firmly embraced Black Friday and Cyber Monday, according to new figures that show sales orders originating from (...)

US President Donald Trump gestures during a Make America Great Again rally in Great Falls, Montana. Photograph: REUTERS/Joshua Roberts

Donald Trump has set the cat among the pigeons by imposing new tariffs on $34 billion of Chinese imports, a move that has been described by Beijing as(...)

eShopWorld chief executive Tommy Kelly: “We want to get this business rapidly to $1 billion but we don’t see the runway stopping there.” Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Tommy Kelly may run one of the most successful technology companies in the Republic but he laughs at the idea that he is a techie. “People might cal(...)

Eoghan McCabe, chief executive of Intercom: In March, Intercom raised $125 million to bring Intercom’s valuation to $1.275 billion. Photograph: Martin Lacey

CRH After taking 12 months off to digest and lower its debt burden after a record €8 billion of assets acquired in 2015, CRH was back on the deals pa(...)

AIB bank calls on the Government to cut taxes for property developers and landlords, a move it says is necessary to tackle the housing crisis. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Housing document AIB will target “empty nesters” to downsize their properties in a bid to “free up under-utilised family houses” on the market, repor(...)

Tommy Kelly, chief executive of eShopWorld, which has just seen investor Ascendia – a joint venture between the French and Swiss postal services – increase its stake in the business to 50 per cent. Photograph: Jason Clarke

eShopWorld, the seven-year old Irish ecommerce firm that connects premium brands from Victoria’s Secret to Nike with consumers in more than 200 countr(...)

Minister for Education and Skills Richard Bruton with eShopWorld CEO Tommy Kelly and team members at the firm’s new global HQ in Swords. Photograph:  Jason Clarke

Ecommerce firm eShopWorld is to create 250 jobs over the next three years as part of a €25 million investment. The Swords-based company’s announceme(...)

“There was no obvious motive,” Tom Rice, prosecuting, said. “The reason for the violence could not be explained.”

Two brothers have been sentenced to 9½ years, with four suspended, for “a brutal, vicious and degrading ” attack on their uncle which left him “at dea(...)

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