The company behind The RAGE retro gaming shop on Fade Street is opening a new premises in Smithfield.
The government says the move ‘further strengthen’ links to Asia and China.
The Jobs Minister has come under fire with signs of discontent among her staff.
As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile Dublin golf club rental firm Clubs to Hire.
The weaker pound has made the British capital much cheaper against its international peers.
Connect Ireland, a job scheme aimed at the Irish diaspora, looks set to be shelved.
Kings Laundry already employs more than 300 people at its Dublin base.
Letterkenny-based DroneSAR wants to develop the ‘go-to app’ for rescue groups.
UCC plans to spend around €100 million developing two buildings.
The biggest deal of the year was the sale of the DoubleTree by Hilton in south Dublin.
As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile Dublin firm Castle Homecare.
Earnings were generally higher in the public sector, but the gap has narrowed markedly.
Unions say that support staff are not getting put on permanent contracts.
Multinationals featured strongly on the list, with Dell ranking first.
‘One Bankmore Square’ in Belfast is expected to house 3,000 workers if approved.
Blanchardstown Town Centre was sold in Ireland’s most expensive-ever property deal.
But Sean Mitchell says the chip designer will be hiring ‘a lot’ of people in Ireland.
Netherlands Railways was previously accused of using the firm to dodge taxes.
Restored Hearing’s Rhona Togher says both her gender and age have been barriers in business.
The new facility in Mulhuddart will employ about 30 staff when completed.