The firm faces thousands of euro in levies over the long-vacant Independent House on Abbey Street.
Vue has bought Showtime Cinemas, which operates screens in Ashbourne and Limerick.
Arboretum’s Rachel Doyle talks about planning for retirement when she has no plans to retire.
WeBringg has acquired Perth-based firm Spatula, which provides real-time package tracking.
The company’s CEO says there is still room for growth both in Ireland and abroad.
The chocolate company says its first Irish outlet has ‘surpassed expectations’.
The €3.3 million development is due to be completed by the end of the year.
The food-delivery company predicts the change will mean 50% more eateries on its service in Ireland.
The convenience store and deli is expected to deliver sales of €4 million each year.
The first direct flight from Dublin to Beijing takes off next week.
Dalton Philips is using his retail know-how to shape the future of Dublin and Cork’s aviation hubs.
The market’s operator is looking for a six-figure sum from Fingal council over the hastily reorganised event.
As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile garden design company Plan Eden.
The industrial action follows the retailer rejecting a recommendation to sit down with union officials.
Objections against the new shopping centre, office blocks and 300 apartments have been withdrawn.
Yvolve Sports Limited has struggled with cash flow problems since the US giant filed for bankruptcy.
The company currently employs 2,000 workers at existing offices in Cork, Dublin, Kildare and southern India.
The Minister for Business says a lack of vouchers regulation ’causes confusion and worry’ for shoppers.
Zalando set up an office in Dublin three years ago – but it hasn’t catered to shoppers here until now.
Two in five salons inspected last year broke rules on permits, payments or working hours.