The BAI maintained a 25% cap on the control of broadcasting services earlier this year.
The Irish company is also opening a facility in Edinburgh as part of an ongoing expansion.
It will stop flying from Dublin to Helsinki and temporarily end Copenhagen services.
The non-stop flights will be shelved from November until March 2020.
Britain, Germany and France each recorded a dip in expenditure while North America was up.
Pundits forecast the recruitment group is well-positioned to withstand economic challenges.
The pair are planning to roll out ranges with the likes of Kepak, Manor Farm and Strong Roots.
It told the ASAI the campaign referred to the ‘outdated’ banking system, not consumers.
AIB’s latest index shows the sector is growing, but at a slower pace than previous years.
One beer maker said it could mean ‘the difference between having a craft brewing sector or not’.
Liffey Valley Shopping Centre says a proposed Dublin store could breach a decades-old planning rule.
The furniture retail chain said it wants to grow to 40 stores, effectively more than doubling its plans.
That’s according to hospitality recruiter Excel Recruitment, which has launched a new training school.
The retail outlet says the omission of an anchor store could upend the project.
The discount retailer is planning to open at least 10 new stores in Ireland next year.
Unable to compete on salaries, firms are focusing on providing workers with a higher ‘purpose’.
Pundits say there is a silver lining on the horizon, though not everyone’s convinced yet.
Despite the online competition, the traditional trade is still a multimillion-euro industry in Ireland.
Venues are at a ‘competitive disadvantage’ due to VAT rules, according to the industry.
Fáilte Ireland will promote more than 600 food- and drink-related events through ‘Taste the Island’.