Out of office: Your essential round-up of the latest business news
Thousands of construction workers returned to building sites. Up to 20,000 workers recommenced building residential and childcare sites across the country . The remainder of the sector is expected to reopen on May 4.
Aran Biomedical, a medical devices company based in Spiddal, Galway has announced it is to create 150 jobs. Currently 120 people are employed by the company that responded to increased demand for its products by opening a new centre. To deal with...
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Square picks Ireland for its first full product launch
The US payments technology company, founded by Twitter’s Jack Dorsey, says it wants to tap into the Irish entrepreneurial spirit
Cyberattack on Ardagh Group causes shipping delays
The glass and metal packaging company has taken some of its IT systems offline as a result of a cyber security incident
There should be no new oil and gas exploration, says IEA
World’s leading energy authority says new coal, oil and gas projects should not be pursued if the planet is to reach net zero emissions by 2050