MCD, the concert promoter owned by Denis Desmond, made a profit of €2 million last year as turnover surged to €55 million.
Norwegian oil giant Statoil will return to the High Court on Tuesday in an effort to repossess a service station in Dun Laoghaire, Co Dublin, after a six-year legal battle with two licensees.
Antiquated work practices at the debt-ridden An Post have been blamed for an overtime bill of €38million in collection and delivery services.
Banking, construction and advertising provide opportunities for Irish firms in the emerging Polish market.
When Evan McAuliffe and Ivor Browne encountered the H2O skincare concept in Chicago a year and a half ago, neither knew much about the subject of beauty products.
More than 600 Irish companies want to expand into the markets of the new EU accession states, according to Enterprise Ireland (EI).
Trade and tourism in Malta have benefited hugely from its location in the Mediterranean.
The US jet used to abduct and transport al-Qaeda suspects has landed in Shannon airport three times this year, The Sunday Business Post has learned.
The brother of murdered journalist Veronica Guerin now believes her killer was Charlie Bowden, a supergrass on the Garda witness protection programme.
As the golden years recede even further for many people, one pension adviser believes many will have to work until they are 80 before they receive the full return on their savings.
Kiev is the engine of eastern Europe and the third largest city in the region.
Many Irish executives in Hungary say Budapest reminds them of Dublin in the 1980s.
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.
It's not even December yet and the Christmas shopping season has already begun in earnest.
Slovakia's economy is weaker than that of its neighbour, the Czech Republic. But investor confidence in the country is growing fast.