Conal Henry is in charge at Limerick-based Enet, which was bought by a state-backed fund.
Sean Reilly has approval for 150 houses and a retail development in the small town of Lusk.
Matthew Cortland is looking in Ireland and the UK for investors who will back his idea.
Martin O’Connor doesn’t regret a controversial statement comparing Wicklow to North Korea.
The company also saw its CD sales halve.
As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile Sonas Bathrooms.
Limerick native Patrick Collison set up the US company with his brother John.
GMC Sierra is part-owned by a Denis O’Brien-controlled firm.
A levy on vaping could raise millions, but finance officials are cool on the idea.
Businesses used to be able to claim a rebate to help cover the costs.
The Dart Underground has been talked about for more than 40 years.
Unions are locked in an industrial battle over pay for crane operators.
The Irish Infrastructure Fund is buying a majority stake in the wholesale broadband business.
That’s according to the Dublin Chamber, which wants a USC surcharge scrapped.
As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile Nova Broadband.
London-based Hammerson co-owns several shopping centres around the Irish capital.
Well-known company Decobake is set to be wound up.
The semi-state says the ‘smart account’ has already been introduced at 200 post offices.
A cohort of staff were made redundant as G4S moved the operations to Belfast.
Fenn’s Quay owner and head chef Kate Lawlor decided to close the eatery.