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PalletXpress is a new distribution company that provides an overnight delivery service using a network of independent hauliers.
Andor Technology, the Belfast-based scientific camera firm, plans to float on the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) in London this week and raise up to £4.5 million (€6.4 million).
Few writers alive could pull off what Paul Auster has managed to achieve in his novels.
Slovenia has always been the most prosperous country in the Balkans and it has the highest purchasing power of the ten new European Union member states.
High-tech funders Delta Partners and Vertex have made a significant loss on the sale of Altamedius, a Dublin software firm that had raised €7 million in backing.
If you want to be ecologically friendly this Christmas, pick a real tree, preferably a dark green noble fir, writes Ros Drinkwater.
Minister for Finance Brian Cowen will announce significant extra spending on roads and other capital projects in his first budget this Wednesday.
It's not even December yet and the Christmas shopping season has already begun in earnest.
The Caribbean becomes more accessible next season with direct flights from Dublin to Cuba and the Dominican Republic.
Irish investors are believed to have pumped more than €1 billion into the ten new European Union member states in just over 12 months.
Far from being an anarchist's handbook, General Franco, the Angry Brigade and Me is more like a manual on how not to change the world.
Slovakia's economy is weaker than that of its neighbour, the Czech Republic. But investor confidence in the country is growing fast.
Bertie Ahern and Martin Cullen have told Siptu president Jack O'Connor that a decision on the future of Aer Lingus will not be finalised without “formal engagement" between the government and he social partners.
Shoppers in Dublin's city centre will, from next month, unknowingly have their movements monitored by heat-sensitive technology like that used by the US military.
Niall Williams' love affair with the English language is apparent in his books and his career as an English teacher, but it doesn't extend to the media.
Leave the cities behind this Christmas and make a break for the midlands.
MCD, the concert promoter owned by Denis Desmond, made a profit of €2 million last year as turnover surged to €55 million.
The much-feared split within the Provisional IRA may yet happen if decommissioning is pursued, according to a statement from disaffected members, writes Crime Correspondent Barry O'Kelly.
Banking, construction and advertising provide opportunities for Irish firms in the emerging Polish market.
The current popularity of portable music players is phenomenal.
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