DAA is targeting deep-pocketed executives and honeymooners with its ‘platinum services’ facility.
The Cork entrepreneur is planning five new Sisu branches across Ireland and the UK.
Fáilte Ireland CEO Paul Kelly said short-term letting has been a ‘welcome addition’ to the travel sector.
Associated British Foods is planning to introduce more partnerships with so-called ‘influencers’.
Some say ‘reverse mentoring’ builds ‘a more inclusive’ workforce. Others find it patronising.
The IAG-owned carrier will grow its North American capacity by two-thirds over the next five years.
Founder Philip Gannon has ruled out ever opening Harbour Innovation Campus in the town.
McGreals Pharmacy’s Kilian McGreal also talks about drawing the line under new business ideas.
Local companies owned by Spain-based Inditex collectively delivered sales of over €135 million.
Industry figures say such a move could entice more people to work as drivers.
The company restructured its retail portfolio in 2017 and made a €4.1m profit.
Industry figures say poor parking facilities are also hindering the sector.
Four years since the idea was floated, the Vaults Live is open after being spared from examinership.
The Gowan Group said the outlets are “not suitable” for modern retailing.
The company said its Irish stores are safe.
Ex-Dragons’ Den star and Harmonia CEO Norah Casey also talks about the rip-off ‘pink tax’.
The schedule kicks off this week and will see over 86,000 take-offs and landings at the hub.
Some say they’re useful for employers. Others think they don’t reflect issues that may be affecting workers.
The airline will start flying to Vancouver via Reykjavik in June of next year.
Local tourism officials want to beef up their PR and media presence in the country.