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Supermac’s founder Pat McDonagh outside Supermac’s at the Galway Plaza. Photograph: Joe O’Shaughnessy

Supermac’s impresario Pat McDonagh arrives slightly late for our meeting. There was a problem with his phone which caused him to drop in to the Kinneg(...)

First Minister Arlene Foster at Parliament Buildings, Stormont, Belfast on Monday night. Photograph:  PA

Northern Ireland is escalating its response to the coronavirus emergency in light of British prime minister Boris Johnson’s call for “drastic action” (...)

Tokyo Airbnb hosts Ashley Thredgold and Tracey Northcott, who say occupancy of their properties has gone  from 80 percent to zero. Photograph:The New York Times

Livia De Felice, who owns two holiday rental properties and manages four others across Italy, has seen all of her bookings for March cancelled, leavin(...)

Udemy has just opened a new 20,000 sq m EMEA headquarters in Dublin. Photograph: Donal Murphy

Online education provider Udemy is to double employee numbers in Dublin over the next year with the creation of 100 jobs. The announcement comes just(...)

An Israeli gate in Hebron in the Israeli-occupied West Bank: blacklist includes Motorola, Airbnb, Trip Advisor, Expedia and Booking.com as well as Israeli businesses. Photograph: Mussa Qawasma

Israeli prime minister Binyamin Netanyahu pledged to “fight this with all our might” after the United Nations published a list of 112 companies that d(...)

Stripe founders John Collison and and Patrick Collison. Stripe, which was founded in 2010, is valued at $35.3 billion, having raised $1.3 billion across seven funding rounds

Stripe, the online payments company founded by Limerick brothers Patrick and John Collison, is “ripe for an initial public offering (IPO),” according (...)

 AIB lost 5.7% with more than seven million shares traded

European shares dipped on Tuesday amid concerns over a new coronavirus outbreak originating in China, although positive news on business morale and ea(...)

Expedia has been investing resources into its home-sharing division, Vrbo, to challenge rivals Airbnb and Booking Holdings in the booming market for alternative accommodation. Photograph: iStock

Expedia Group said chief executive Mark Okerstrom and chief financial officer Alan Pickerill resigned effective immediately after clashing with the bo(...)

Visitors explore a Christmas market in  Vienna: Corporate travel platform Tripactions is limbering up for a major assault on the European market. Photograph:  Joe Klamar/AFP via Getty Images

Tripactions, a $4 billion corporate travel platform based in the United States, is limbering up for a major assault on the European market, targeting (...)

Expedia and TripAdvisor cited weak online search and advertising trends when they widely missed third-quarter earnings forecasts earlier this week

Investors have sold shares in US travel sites, after downbeat quarterly results in the sector fuelled concerns over fading demand and competition from(...)

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