Ryan Swan followed in his father's footsteps on a big night for UCD
From take over threats to abysmal audience figures, TV3 and UTV Ireland face very different challenges
The telecommunications giant announced this evening it is to buy Ireland's first commercial broadcaster
The Prime Minister says IMF analysis showing country's debt is unsustainable justifies decision to turn down aid package from creditors
Uber has suspended its UberPop share-a-ride service in France amid difficulties in the country including clashes with taxi drivers.
Ryanair has said it will move its Copenhagen-based aircraft to Kaunas, Lithuania, following a ruling by the Danish Labour Court.
Mick Wallace's Dail claims top law firm had €9.8m in a bank account comes a month after we revealed Stormont was staying tight-lipped on the major property deal
Richemont co-chief executive officers Richard Lepeu and Bernard Fornas are catching up with Volkswagen’s Martin Winterkorn as the top-paid executives in Europe.
In a surprising turnaround, Greece’s Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis has said that a deal on the country’s debt is now “more or less done”.
Business activity in the euro zone expanded more than expected in June, jumping to its highest level in four years.
Environmental services firm One51 has announced a deal to buy US plastics company IPL.
Oil headed for the biggest weekly decline since March as a rebound in US drilling added to signs that producers will pump into an oversupplied market.
The services sector grew at its fastest pace in nine years in June, a new survey shows.
Dublin-based firm Blue Insurance has said it will create 100 new jobs over the next two years.
The main stories in today's papers.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s government is bracing for a protracted phase of political turmoil in Greece followed by tortuous negotiations.
Greek voters are split down the middle ahead of Sunday’s referendum on the set of bailout proposals offered by the country’s creditors, a new poll shows.
The business events for the days ahead.
Former Taoiseach Brian Cowen has said that he did not do "any business" with Anglo Irish Bank executives during a private dinner with them.
Tax revenue of €20.6 billion was collected to the end of June and was €805 million ahead of target.
Planning permission has been granted to develop three new landmark buildings of office, residential, retail and cultural space at the Boland’s Mill site in Dublin, Savills has confirmed.
Cloud-based outsourcing company OneSource Virtual has chosenDerry as its new European hub and plans to create 289 jobs in the city by the end of 2017.
The US economy added 223,000 new jobs in June, according to the latest statistics from the Labour Department in Washington.
Up to 50 jobs will be lost in Tipperary with the closure of Tullamore Dew’s Clonmel production site.
PayPal has said it will buy digital money transfer company Xoom for $890 million.
A High Court settlement has been reached in the defamation case between RTE and former Archbishop Richard Burke.
Ryanair has said that Hertz has terminated its exclusive car hire supply agreement with the airline with effect from today.
Chairman Ciaran Lynch cautioned McCreevy after he failed to respond when quizzed over property bubble
The Freight Transport Association Ireland has called on the European Commission to investigate the introduction of the new postal code system on the grounds that it breaches state aid rules.
Former Taoiseach and Finance Minister Brian Cowen has told the banking inquiry that he made efforts to defuse the property bubble in the run up to the financial crisis.
The BBC will axe more than 1,000 jobs by merging some divisions, cutting management and simplifying areas like marketing, human resources and IT.
The Ireland Strategic Investment Fund (ISIF) said it had committed €1.4 billion to investments in Ireland by the end of 2014 with €726 million already drawn down.
The live register declined by 2,300, or 0.7 per cent, on a seasonally-adjusted basis in June to 344,900, the Central Statistics Office said.
Firms backed by angel investors will create around 700 jobs by 2017 after raising record funding of €30 million last year.
Former Taoiseach Brian Cowen has said he accepts full responsibility for his role in the economic crisis and was sorry for the hardship it caused.
Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis said he’ll quit if Greece votes to accept creditors’ bailout proposals in Sunday’s referendum.
Dixons Carphone has said its new mobile operator, which will be launched this summer, will be called iD.
European shares were little changed in early trading as investors awaited a Greek referendum on creditors' proposals on Sunday and a US jobs report later today.
The European Central Bank maintained its emergency support for Greek lenders, signalling it is willing to give the country time for a referendum on the terms of a bailout programme.
The British government reduced its stake in Lloyds Banking Group to 15.9 per cent as the government continues to sell the shares in a trading plan.
In a world of ever-shrinking attention spans, advertisers are turning to neuroscience to better understand how to steer buyers toward their products.
Ryanair said passenger traffic grew by 14 per cent in June to 9.5 million customers as its load factor rose by five percentage points to 93 per cent.
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and his creditors sparred heading into Sunday’s referendum on austerity as a poll suggested voters are inclined to accept deeper cuts.
Euro zone ministers refuse to re-open Greek talks, McCreevy warned by banking inquiry and government's efforts to force mortgage rates down a "flop".
C&C, owner of Bulmers cider, said trading conditions in the first quarter were mixed as its core markets of Ireland and Scotland were hit by unseasonably cold and wet weather.
What's happening in the business world in the days ahead.
Greece’s prime minister Alexis Tsipras has accepted creditors’ proposals as a basis for a compromise to end a stand-off over its bailout.
Factory growth in the euro zone picked up slightly last month but fears over Greece’s debt crisis kept growth contained.