The State has two choices: underpin Ireland’s biggest regional employer or undermine it.
The American giant is planning to offer guided tours of its studio in the North when filming ends.
Trade union Mandate has strongly rejected the claims.
A new VR attraction will allow visitors to ‘physically and emotionally’ experience life in the jail.
Retail lobbyists believe they hold the key to reviving regional shops.
The Dublin-based operation is the master publisher for the company’s non-core territories.
The Scandi carrier will no longer provide transatlantic services from Northern Ireland.
The firm behind the production facility has already spent €6.5 million creating the 32,000 sq m hub.
The new distillery and visitor centre will be built in an old post office in Lanesborough.
The IT distributor wants to be the go-to firm for companies launching into the British market.
State tourism figures suggest the region’s overseas visitor numbers declined last year.
Policy clarity is needed to unlock the country’s renewable power potential.
CEO Stephen Kavanagh has rejected claims the airline is trying to oust legacy-contract holders.
We take a tour of the Swedish furniture giant’s lucrative Dublin store’s little-seen areas.
The return of town councils would help rescue diminishing high streets.
Olga Dolchenko was promoted this summer to steer the lender to profitability.
After being forced to leave his job as a truck driver, Paddy Matthews slowly built a coach empire.
CTM has formed a new entity with New York- and Houston-based Frosch.
The sale will expand Musgrave’s footprint in the Dublin and fine-foods markets.