Irish residential property prices increased by 13.4 per cent in the year to July, according to the latest figures the Central Statistics Office.
Dublin’s Temple Bar Hotel is for sale with a guide price of between €27 million to €30 million.
Fyffes has posted a 40 per cent jump in profit before tax and upped its full year earnings target, as US giant Chiquita reiterated its plan to merge with the Irish fruit distributor.
The top stories in Wednesday's newspapers.
Ryanair has announced three new Dublin routes as part of its new schedule for summer 2015, saying it would bring an extra 900,000 passengers to the airport.
Revenue at Irish mining company Kenmare Resources rose to $81.2 million in the first six months of the year, compared to $79.3 million in the same period last year.
Builders merchanting and DIY group, Grafton saw revenue rise 11 per cent to £1.02 billion in the six months to the end of June.
Facebook said yesterday that it's cracking down on click-bait, those stories whose headlines promise readers more than the links deliver.
Apple’s suppliers are preparing to manufacture the company’s largest-ever iPad, with production scheduled to commence by the first quarter of next year, according to people with knowledge of the matter.
Ireland’s unemployment rate decreased from 12.0 per cent to 11.5 per cent in the second quarter of the year, on a seasonally adjusted basis.
European stocks were little changed, after yesterday rallying the most in a week.
Irish oil and gas explorer Circle Oil said that the latest preliminary results from its Tunisian drilling programme indicate that it has made a major discovery.
The top stories in Tuesday's newspapers.
The improving macroeconomic environment in Britain and Ireland compounded by World Cup sales saw UTV Media’s revenue grow 13 per cent to €57.8 million in the first half of the year.
Insurance company FBD saw profits fall in the first six months of the year due to of severe and persistent weather and increased frequency of car insurance claims.
Property investment company Hibernia REIT has exchanged contracts to acquire a 0.75 acre freehold site for €17.75 million in Dublin's south docklands.
Cavan based building materials group Kingspan posted a 4 per cent rise in revenue to €889.3 million, with earnings jumping 17 per cent to €88.9 million in the first six months of the year.
Jeff Bezos is ramping up Amazon.com’s entertainment ambitions, buying video-game service Twitch Interactive in one of its biggest-ever acquisitions.
The main business events for the days ahead.
European shares rose after ECB president Mario Draghi signalled policy makers are ready to add fresh monetary stimulus to the euro zone economy.
Average weekly earnings were down 1.1 per cent at €688.15 in the second quarter of 2014, the Central Statistics Office said.
The cost of running a family car fell slightly over the last year to €10,571.20 despite a sharp rise in insurance premiums, the AA's annual survey of motoring costs showed.
Sony, maker of the world’s best-selling video-game console, resumed services at its online game and entertainment networks after a hacking attack knocked them off line.
Roche has agreed to buy InterMune for $8.3 billion in cash, gaining access to what may be the first drug in the US for a lung disease that can be fatal within five years of diagnosis.
German business confidence declined for a fourth month, reflecting a faltering euro-zone economy that European Central Bank President Mario Draghi says might need more stimulus.
The introduction of a nine per cent VAT rate for tourism-related goods and services has resulted in the creation of more than 31,500 jobs, a new report says.
Mario Draghi has pushed the European Central Bank closer to quantitative easing as euro-zone data this week are poised to show the weakest inflation since 2009.
Around 100,000 passengers will be affected today as the strike at Irish Rail enters its second day.
Ulster Bank has raised it growth forecast for the Irish economy, predicting GDP will expand by 3.1 per cent this year compared to its earlier forecast of two per cent.
Burger King is in talks to combine with Canadian coffee and doughnut chain Tim Hortons in a deal that would create a fast food powerhouse worth roughly $18 billion.
Rail strike hits 60,000 commuters on first day, Ulster Bank predicts GDP will grow by 3.1 per cent and tax experts tell Noonan USC cut best for workers.
The main business events scheduled for the week ahead.
Ireland ‘must deal with its own problems’, say British medics.
Political parties will be allowed to hide corporate donations received at local golf classics and dinner dances.
It's amazing how quickly things change.
The Sunday Business Post CRO masterclass took place in Dublin last Thursday.
The Sunday Business Post has recorded audited circulation figures for the period January-June of 34,022.
Sales of development land in the first half of this year were worth almost double the value of sales for the full year last year, new figures show.
Five third-level institutions have hiked international fees for non-EU undergraduates in the last three years, The Sunday Business Post has learned.
Receivers were sent to several companies associated with the Quaker religious society and developer Gerry Barrett’s exclusive Edward Square development in Dublin 4.
The interaction of the young pregnant woman with agencies and individuals, and their response to her situation, remain at the heart of the latest abortion controversy
Despite the renewed controversy over abortion, few TDs have the appetite for another referendum, writes Michael Brennan.
Albert Reynolds’ softly-softly poker tactics mirrored the strategies that he deployed to build a lucrative business empire, writes Michael Brennan.
Albert Reynolds: In his own words
Irish taxpayers could be paying more than €100 a month for wind power, according to energy experts commissioned by anti-pylons group, ReThink Pylons.
Eircom: Third time lucky?
O’Reilly’s stately Kildare pile to come to market.
Belfast developer refused permission for €100m Horizon shopping mall.