Delays in the delivery of lending decisions, brought on by a return to traditional lending techniques and increased wariness on the part of more recently appointed bank officials have meant that businesses should consider all available funding altern
The lack of skilled Irish workers is more of an disincentive for multinational investment in Ireland than getting rid of the tax rate.
Unemployment may have risen to 14.3 per cent in July but, for many in the hotel and restaurant sector, it’s a lack of applicants for jobs, rather than a surplus, that’s causing problems.
An independent theatre company has enlisted the help of famous actors, authors , broadcasters and playwrights to counter the withdrawal of annual state funding, Dublin-based company Gúna Nua has drawn on their support for a fundraising drive, beginni
Consumers around the world will soon know the exact origins of fish, kosher meats and even the mince in their burgers, thanks to technology developed by a Dublin firm.
An Irish inventor is preparing to launch a water filtration system that he claims will be a major step forward inthe delivery of clean water for commercial and humanitarian uses.