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Medtronic reports net profit above analysts’ estimates

Medtronic has reported a quarterly net profit slightly above analysts’ estimates, helped by higher sales in its cardiac and vascular unit. Sales in the cardiac and vascular unit rose 5.4 per

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Level of unemployment falls to 7.8% for May

According to the latest figures from the Central Statistics Office the level of unemployment has continues to fall for the month of May as the seasonally adjusted unemployment rate fell to 7.8% from

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Tiger to open 12 more Irish Stores by 2017

Tiger has announced that it plans to open 12 new stores in Ireland by 2017. The Irish company that runs the chain of retail stores has also announced that it will

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Aryzta’s shares fall by 6%

Aryzta shares have fallen nearly 6% after the company’s latest quarterly figures showed revenue fell by 2.4% to €950m, dragged lower by its North American unit. Aryzta North America posted its seventh

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Prem Group buys Tulfarris Hotel & Golf Resort for €8bn

Prem Group has bought Tulfarris Hotel and Golf Resort in, Co Wicklow for more than €8 million. The hotel has been managed by the Dublin based company for the past seven years

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50 jobs being created for Longford

Kiernan Structural Steel are to create 50 jobs in Longford. The company are recruiting for quantity surveyors, design engineers and steel construction workers for their fabrication plant. The company already employs

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Norway’s largest dairy co-operative set to form partnership with Dairygold

TINE, Norway’s largest farmer-owned dairy co-operative are set to open a new Jarlsberg cheese production facility in Ireland. The project will see the dairy company form a partnership with Dairygold’s

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Ireland records its biggest jump in milk production

Ireland has recorded its biggest jump in milk production of any EU country since the lifting of quotas last year. Figures from Central Statistics Office show milk output in Ireland rose by 18.5% to

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Amazon creating 500 jobs for Dublin

Amazon is to create 500 jobs for Ireland in the next two years as it seeks to expand its European workforce at its technical hub in Dublin. The highly-skilled positions that Amazon

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Animation compnay to create 50 jobs for Longford

Brown Bag Films, a digital animation company is to create 71 jobs over the next two years. The company says the extra staff will beeeded as it is expanding its

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New €500,000 Enterprise Ireland fund to support FinTech start-ups

The Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Mary Mitchell O’Connor TD, today (26 May 2016) launched a new €500,000 Enterprise Ireland Competitive Start Fund (CSF) to stimulate start-up activity in

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Dalata acquires hotel development site for €8m

Irish hotel group Dalata has agrees a deal for a hotel development site on Kevin Street in Dublin City Centre for €8.1m. The site is located at the junction of New Street

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Ulster Bank to cut 100 branch network jobs

Ulster Bank to cut more 100 branch network jobs as part of a restructuring of its retail branch network. Voluntary severance will be offered to some employees but others are feared to

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Team of 50 blockchain developers and designers to be built in Dublin centre

Deloitte, the professional services and consulting firm, today announces Dublin as the base for the creation of an EMEA Financial Services Blockchain Lab as part of its FinTech initiative ‘The

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Youth unemployment drops according to new CSO figures

According to the latest figures from the Central Statistics office, youth unemployment has fallen while the number of women in the workforce has risen. The official unemployment rate dropped to

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Maxol creating 50 jobs for Mayo

Fuel company Maxol has said it will create 50 jobs in Mayo, following a €2 million investment. The company will also be opening two new retail locations in Westport and Castlebar. The investment in

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€250,000 in grants available for new Energy Efficient Design Management Framework – EXEED Driving efficiency and innovation in the design process

The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) recently launched the EXEED (Excellence in Energy Efficient Design) Certified Program, a new management framework which complements the Irish Energy Efficient Design Standard

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Harvey Nash creating100 jobs for Galway

Harvey Nash IT  said 40 of the new roles would be directly involved with the company in Ireland in the areas of recruitment and support services. The IT specialist firm said

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Ryanair records profits of 43%

Ryanair has recorded that profits grew 43% to more than €1.24 billion in the year to the end of March, up on last year’s figure and sending the company’s share

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The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland Appoints New CEO

The Board of the Sustainable Authority of Ireland (SEAI) is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr Jim Gannon as CEO of the Authority.  The appointment takes place with effect

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Virgin Media wins All Ireland Integrated Marketing Award

Virgin Media Ireland scooped the Integrated Marketing Award at the All Ireland Marketing (AIM) Awards in Dublin Last night.   The keynote award marks the campaign implemented by Virgin Media

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Prestigious “International Best Practice” Awards for Optimum Results Ltd.

Dundalk based Training Company, Optimum Results is awarded the EU Training Foundation’s “International Best Practice” award for their work in Management Skills Development. This is the second such accolade received

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LotusWorks creating 100 jobs for Sligo

LotusWorks is creating 100 new jobs at its Sligo headquarters on the next 12 months.   LotusWorks, currently employs nearly 500 people and will create 50 new jobs over the next

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Storage company to create 60 jobs in Ireland

Smart Storage will be creating 100 new jobs in Ireland and the UK over the next 18 months. The company

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Nearly half of building costs go towards construction

A new survey published by the Society of Chartered Surveyors reveals that less than half of the costs involved in

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130 jobs at risk in Tipperary pharmaceutical company

More than 130 jobs are at risk following the appointment by the High Court of a provisional liquidator to a

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Final Call for Entries to Sustainable Energy Awards 2016

The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) today issued a final call to urge organisations, businesses or communities who have

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Irish whiskey exporters may be in for windfall

Irish whiskey producers may hit their target of doubling export sales much sooner than their planned 2020 date, if the

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Wayfair to create 160 jobs for Galway

US-owned online furnishing and homewares retailer Wayfair is to announce 160 new jobs for Galway this morning. Wayfair currently employs 200

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Ward Solutions Wins 2016 Managed Service Company of the Year at Tech Excellence Awards

Ward Solutions, Ireland’s leading information security provider, today announces that it won the 2016 Managed Service Company of the Year

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IKEA to create 30 new jobs with the opening of second Dublin store

Swedish retail giant IKEA is to open its second outlet in Dublin this Summer with the creation up to 30

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2,200 jobs at risk for Debenham’s employees

Debenhams  has placed its 11 Irish stores into examinership. In doing so the retail chain has put 2,265 jobs at

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CS and STEM learning in schools hampered due to lack of resources

Fundamental reform in Ireland’s education system is needed if the digital skills gap evident in Irish society is to be

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Manufacturing Bucks Trend In Latest CICM UK Credit Managers’ Index

The Manufacturing Sector continues to drive business confidence and the outlook for growth, according to the latest quarterly barometer from

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Irish Tech firms raise €237m in venture capital funding

Technology firms in Ireland have raised €237m in venture capital funding in the first quarter of 2016, almost double that

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Ryanair to become digital travel leader following major Comtrade deal

Comtrade, the leading software engineering services and solutions provider, today announces it has revolutionised the Ryanair passenger travel experience following

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Datapac awarded Sophos Irish Partner of the Year for fourth year running

Datapac, Ireland’s leading ICT solutions provider, today announces that the company has been recognised as Sophos Irish Partner of the

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NYPRO to let go 47 of it’s staff in Waterford

Medical Device company NYPRO Healthcare Ireland has announced that it will let go 47 of its staff at it’s Waterford

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Pizza Hut to invest €50m into new outlets and staff across Ireland and the UK

Pizza Hut Delivery has announced that it is to create 3,000 jobs in 200 new stores across the UK and

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Irish publicans to create an additional 5,000 jobs this Summer

The Vintners’ Federation which represents the majority of publicans in Ireland has said it expects it’s members to create 5,000 more seasonal

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Permanent TSB’s first quarter trading in line with expectations

Permanent TSB Group has said in a trading statement today that trading has been in line with expectations and that

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Carlsberg sales fall in the first quarter

Brewer Carlsberg has today said it’s sales fell more than expected in the first quarter due to decline in China’s

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C&C reports a fall in revenues and operating profits

C&C has reported a fall in revenues and operating profits for the year to the end of February due to

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Grafton Group reports postive start to trading year

UK and Ireland-based building materials group Grafton has reported a positive start to its trading year with group revenue for the

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Allergan reports rise in quarterly revenues

Allergan, today reported a 48% rise in quarterly profit, led by strong sales of Botox and Restasis. The Irish based

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Horizon Life Sciences Group Introduces SeriCode™ To The Market

Horizon Life Sciences Group, the global life sciences engineering and manufacturing solutions provider, has officially launched its new subsidiary company,

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Smurfit Kappa profits grow by 31%

Smurfit Kappa has recorded a 31% increase in pre-tax profits for the first quarter of the year. Shares in the paper

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Construction growth activity slows again for a second month

After a record growth in February, construction growth activity in the construction sector has now eased back for both March and April.

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80 jobs announced for Derry

Insurance giant AXA has announced this morning that it will be creating 80 new jobs for it’s Customer Contact Centre of Excellence

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Irish companies not providing adequate cyber security training – new research from Data Solutions

More than half of Irish companies don’t provide regular cyber security training to staff, a new survey commissioned by Data

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Aldi creates 20 jobs at new Sallynoggin store

Supermarket chain, Aldi is to create 20 new jobs with the opening of its largest store in Sallynoggin in Co

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BT to invest £6bn in UK network upgrade

London-based broadband provider BT said it would spend £6 billion on rolling out superfast fibre and 4G mobile connections in the

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Kingspan sees strong start to 2016

Building materials company, Kingspan has seen a strong start to the year, but the group has said it was seeing an

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Irish Distillers discussing sale of Paddy

Pernod Ricard affiliate Irish Distillers has entered into exclusive talks with Sazerac to sell Paddy, the fourth largest Irish whiskey

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Hines purchased PriceWaterhouse Dublin HQ

US property firm Hines has acquired PriceWaterhouseCoopers’ (PwC) headquarters in Dublin for €242 million. Hines was expected to complete the deal

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Announcing the National Construction Summit 2016, Taking Place in the RDS, Dublin on June 15th

Building on last year’s highly successful event, The National Construction Summit 2016 will be, once again, the largest and most

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3D cardiovascular models, sustainable buildings, bio-based and self-healing materials define the future of plastics in Valencia

Last week, AIMPLAS brought together in Valencia some of the greatest agents in the international scene in the field of

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