The Scandi airline’s CEO said the Irish carrier has ‘shown interest’ in it.
The Gulf airline put the extra service on ice due to ‘infrastructural issues’.
Lynk CEO Noel Ebbs also talks about learning to let people brainstorm freely.
Your Smile Direct lets people correct minor issues like tooth overcrowding from home.
The Cork-based Musgrave group has set out a vision for convenience retail in 2025.
Harvey Norman’s Irish boss said the story that e-commerce is killing physical stores is ‘fake news’.
Trade unionists objected to the IAG-owned carrier’s decision to enlist a third party for the service.
Fórsa appears to be on a collision course with the budget carrier as the parties try to hammer out a deal.
Tourism officials are worried that visitors think the city offers poor value for money.
Blaine Callard accused the media and technologists of spreading ‘a false narrative’.
But Joe Barrett says the industry practice of lodging appeals against rival developments is ‘unfortunate’.
Nearly 30 outlets will get a makeover by the end of this year.
MediaHQ and All Good Tales CEO Jack Murray also talks about quitting social media apps.
The retailer, which is little-known here, claims to sell more books than WH Smith.
Advocates say it will reduce consumption. Small firms argue it could prove detrimental for their business.
Leetha Industries is establishing a new operation called Red Seal Cups.
It’s hoped the Royal Canal Greenway will appeal to walking and cycling fans at home and abroad.
The semi-state that runs the port is looking to Denmark and Canada for inspiration.
The eight-year-old firm partnered with the whiskey giant on its ‘Caskmates’ project.
Credit unions topped the poll – Irish Water came in dead last.