Andrew Fanning

Andrew Fanning

Greencore first-half results feed recovery hopes

Greencore first-half results feed recovery hopes

Shares in the convenience food firm had tumbled after a surprise profit warning in March, but a positive outlook for the second half of the year appears to have reassured investors

Win some, lose some after hectic week for gambling sector

Win some, lose some after hectic week for gambling sector

Despite the negative impact on revenue, Paddy Power Betfair welcomed a British government proposal to slash the stake limit on gaming machines to £2 from the current £100

'Half of Dublin rental properties are for tourists'

'Half of Dublin rental properties are for tourists'

Daft.ie research finds that half of all available rental properties in Dublin are being listed as short-term tourist lets

Brexit sparks three more Dublin moves

Brexit sparks three more Dublin moves

Global law firm DLA Piper said it would be opening an office in Dublin, focusing initially on the financial services, technology and life sciences sectors

Property prices lift household wealth to new peak

Property prices lift household wealth to new peak

As well as property prices, the rise in household wealth reflects a significant reduction in household debt in the past few years, according to the Central Bank

Harland and Wolff names new chief executive

Harland and Wolff names new chief executive

Jonathan Guest is to take over at Harland and Wolff when current chief executive Robert Cooper retires on April 30 after 44 years with the Belfast company

Carlow-based Netwatch goes global in new deal

Carlow-based Netwatch goes global in new deal

Following an investment from private equity firm Riverside, Netwatch is to merge with two US-based companies and UK-based Onwatch Multifire to form Netwatch Group

Donohoe to vote against AIB bonus plan

Donohoe to vote against AIB bonus plan

The finance minister is to set up a review of government restrictions on pay in the banking sector, which were put in place after the bail-out of the financial system in 2008

'Little evidence' minimum wage rise hit jobs

'Little evidence' minimum wage rise hit jobs

ESRI study on 2016 increase finds that average number of hours worked fell, but attributes this to more part-time workers joining the labour market

Thousands of building workers have emigrated, research suggests

Thousands of building workers have emigrated, research suggests

Article published by Central Bank warns that construction sector is likely to need 'a significant inflow of labour from abroad' to fill vacancies

Gin producers get taste for further growth

Gin producers get taste for further growth

The Irish Sprits Association is launching a plan to treble overseas sales of Irish gin across the world by 2022

Diesel dip set to push up emissions

Diesel dip set to push up emissions

Diesel’s share of the market has fallen this year from 67 per cent to 56 per cent, but SIMI has warned that this trend will increase CO2 emissions from cars this year

Fresh hiccup for sugar tax on drinks

Fresh hiccup for sugar tax on drinks

The introduction of the tax will be delayed until May 1 due to the continuing process of seeking approval from the European Commission for the measure

€300m Brexit loan scheme open for business

€300m Brexit loan scheme open for business

The head of the Strategic Banking Corporation of Ireland told an Oireachtas committee it was 'taking a lot of risk away' from the banks and was expecting a lot in return

Brexit price rises would hit poor hardest, says ESRI

Brexit price rises would hit poor hardest, says ESRI

A study carried out by the Economic and Social Research Institute has found that a hard Brexit could add up to €1,360 a year to the average household bill, with the biggest impact falling on lower-income households