Facebook users come up with 'quick fix' as social media platform suffers outage
A number of Facebook users reported that they were unable to access the social network on desktop or on their mobile device.
A number of Facebook users reported that they were unable to access the social network on desktop or on their mobile device.
Five leading food startups will have the opportunity to battle it out in front of a panel of well known business leaders at this year's National Food and...
Businesses, regardless of size, should be responsible for their individual link in the food supply chain, so that product contamination can be recognised...
A small start-up is attempting to change the way consumers think about accessories - and about ethical fashion as a whole.
Ricoh Ireland has donated a managed print solution worth €30,000 to social enterprise FoodCloud.
Donald Trump has name checked Ireland as one of the countries which he believes has taken manufacturing jobs from America.
If you've been intrigued by the ongoing renovation at corner of Wellington Quay and Temple Bar, the mystery is now over.
I like to have a drink when I fly.
The Hut Group (THG) have acquired Europe's leading provider of beauty box subscription services GlossyBox.
KBC are set to launch a new mobile onboarding app, unique to the Irish market, as part of their €1.5bn group-wide digital transformation.
Budget retailer Walmart has been forced to apologise after a store sign appeared to sell guns as back-to-school items for kids.
Prices for consumer goods were 0.2pc lower in July 2017 compared with the same month last year.
Ward Solutions have launched a new GDPR consultancy service aimed to help Irish businesses cope with the new data protection rules coming...
Barry Dempsey has been appointed as chief executive of Chartered Accountants Ireland.
Property prices have jumped by 11.6pc in the year to June, compared with an increase of 11.1pc in the year to May this year.
An Irish renewable energy generation business has received $410m (€349m) in funding for two wind farms in Chile.
An Irish student has passed away several days after a tragic accident on his J-1 trip.
Gardaí have arrested three men in connection with a fatal stabbing in Co Clare overnight.
A man in his 40s has been hospitalised with stab wounds after an incident in Co Louth overnight.
Having a health insurance policy may not be enough to cover you if you fall ill abroad – or even ensure that you are given private care in an emergency situation.
Younger customers expect more loyalty, a deeper relationship and social media interaction with a brand than older consumers.
People in their 20s and 30s who believe they are too young to fork out for health insurance may lose out in the long run, according to experts.
Vodafone customers have been warned to be aware of an email scam that purports to be from the mobile phone company.
Costly health insurance premiums are showing no signs of reducing with Irish Life Health, VHI and Laya Healthcare all increasing their prices this year.
The number of people on the live register dropped by 3,000 (down 1.2pc) in July 2017 on a monthly comparison.
IT services firm Datapac are set to create 35 new jobs at its site in Co Wexford.
An Irish health start-up from University College Dublin (UCD) has won a US pitching competition, scooping a $4,500 (€3,900) prize.
Uber's operations in Ireland have faced a major setback as the National Transport Authority has said it is unsupportive of the firm's intention to expand here.
The Irish economy is forecast to grow 4.5pc this year and 3.6pc in 2018, revised upwards from 3.5pc and 3.2pc respectively at the Central Bank's last forecast.
The National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) has changed the interest rate used to calculate the prize fund for Prize Bonds.
IAG have reported operating profit of €975m for the first six months of the year, up 37.3pc on €710m for the same period in 2016.
Bank of Ireland has reported an underlying profit of €480m for the first six months of this year, rounding off a busy week of results for Irish banks.
Decisions by firms to move to Ireland post-Brexit may be impacted by the ongoing crane driver strike, according to the Director General of the Construction Industry Federation (CIF).
Bulmers have gotten on board with a €5m tourism project that intends to attract some 100,000 visitors annually to a south Tipperary town.
Musgraves has appointed a new chief financial officer (CFO) to succeed Tim Kenny, who has been in the role for the last twelve years.
Dublin Port's project to open up the Port Centre to the public has moved closer to completion with the installation of a four tonne stainless steel ball.
An Irish team building company Orangeworks will be bringing their corporate event programs to the UK in a £3m (€3.36m) deal with Catalyst Global.
Irish housebuilder Cairn Homes has taken a primary listing on the Irish Stock Exchange (ISE) in an effort to widen its investor base.
An Irish couple are investing €5.4m into a venue in their home town to transform it into an ideal wedding venue, complete with ballroom.
Toyota Ireland have announced two senior appointments at the Dublin-based firm.
Listening to podcasts have become increasingly popular on the commute to work, while out for a run, or even just as you're making the dinner.
New lending across all sectors of SMEs in Ireland has risen some 32pc in the first quarter of the year in an annual comparison.
KBC Bank Ireland are planning to reduce the interest rates on a number of deposit accounts in a matter of weeks.
Greencoat Renewables has raised €270m through its initial public offering (IPO) on the Irish Stock Exchange’s (ISE) Enterprise Securities Market (ESM).
BoyleSports CEO and founder John Boyle has stepped down from the role and his son-in-law has been appointed as the new chief.
Irish taxi firm Lynk has undergone a challenging period of reinvention in the last few years, forced to re-evaluate their place in the market in order to move forward in an increasingly competitive industry.
For those looking for a bit of inspiration ahead of Ladies Day, fashion icon Grainne Seoige is offering a bit of advice as she hosts an exclusive event during Galway Races week.
Consumers have been warned to be aware of financial fraudsters as an unauthorised firm has cloned the details of an Irish registered company.
The amount of hotel rooms in Dublin will increase by 3,000 over next three years, according to the latest industry research.
BoyleSports CEO and founder John Boyle has stepped down from the role as his son-in-law has been appointed as the new chief.
If you're looking for free coffee and bespoke furniture, you won't find it in this new co-working hub. The benefits of Space@DublinBIC are a lot less tangible but perhaps better for the long-term success of your business.
Telecommunications company Eir is to 'retire' its Meteor mobile phone brand this September. The Meteor brand has been in existence since 2001 and has over 750,000 customers.
Bank of America has confirmed that it has chosen Dublin as the preferred location for its principal EU legal entities following the UK’s departure from the EU.
MyHome.ie is introducing new procedures to review property advertisements that will potentially breach quality legislation.
The Central Bank has announced a number of senior leadership appointments, following the news earlier this year that financial regulation would be restructured.
Ryanair has welcomed a legal ruling against Travix which orders them to stop displaying misleading pricing of the airline's checked bags.
Twitter has released an update as regards a number of safety measures which the social giant has been rolling out since the beginning of the year.
Initiative Ireland is aiming to finance €60m in construction loans to fund 250 family homes. It intends to launch Ireland's first syndicated property finance platform in September to raise cash from investors, or members, and lend it on to builders.
A number of law firms in Ireland have been targeted in what is understood to be a phishing scam.
Aldi Ireland will be opening one of its new concept stores in Blackrock as part of the renovated Frascati Shopping Centre in Co Dublin.
Michael O’Leary has described as “rubbish” reports that a 13 year old girl spent her flight crying having been separated from her family on a Ryanair flight last week.
Ireland's small and medium sized enterprises have received another boost in the form of Facebook's Irish SME Council.
Initiative Ireland is aiming to finance €60m in construction loans to allow the building of 250 family homes.
RTÉ has posted a net deficit after tax of €19.7m for 2016, despite recording solid operating profits over the last three years.
The UK-based Barclays Bank is in talks with Irish regulators to expand here in order to continue servicing customers in the European Union after Brexit.
The National Lottery have been put on warning; there's a new competitor in town and they intend to win big.
Barclays is currently in talks with regulators to extend its activities in Ireland post-Brexit, according to a statement from the bank today.
Supermacs CEO and founder Pat McDonagh has questioned the loyalty of McDonalds to Ireland following the restructure of its corporate structure here.
Nine days after Rescue 116 helicopter tragically hit an island that was not included in its onboard warning system, it was discovered that the aeronautical data relating to Skellig Michael was also dangerously inaccurate.
The mother of missing teenager Ciara Breen believes there are still people who have information about her disappearance - despite the death of the chief suspect in her daughter's murder.
A pilot had flagged the absence of Black Rock from the onboard warning system of Rescue 116 four years ago, new revelations have emerged.
Sharon Horgan has paid tribute to Carrie Fisher following the late actress' posthumous Emmy nomination for 'Catastrophe'.
Almost 6.5 million smuggled cigarettes have been seized at Dublin Port as part of an intelligence-led operation.
A number of employees in McDonalds Ireland corporate function have been cut in an attempt to reduce the cost of running the business worldwide.
A NUMBER of roles at McDonald's Ireland corporate headquarters have been cut as part of a global cost-reduction, the Irish Independent has learned.
Ibrahim Halawa's trial in Egypt has been adjourned for the 26th time.
Two men have died following a boating tragedy off the coast of Donegal.
A man (70s) has been killed after his tractor crashed in Co Sligo on Saturday afternoon.
There are only a limited number of tickets left available for fans trying to attend Ed Sheeran's Irish stadium tour.
The number of people signing on the live register has dropped to the lowest recorded since October 2008 - but concerns have been raised over the number of young people that are signed on long term.
O'Brien Fine Foods has continued its recent investment trend with a €450,000 IT infrastructure deal with tech firm Novi.
Ibec has said that the ‘living wage’ is a fundamentally flawed concept and is the wrong way to address cost of living pressures.
Retail Excellence has called for a VAT reduction of 3pc in next year's budget to protect Ireland's retailers from Brexit excesses.
Investments approved by IDA Ireland in the first six months of 2017 will lead to the creation of over 11,000 jobs, according to the Government agency.
The majority of business leaders believe that Brexit will result in a drop in Irish exports, according to new research.
Irish golfing star Shane Lowry is set to become a global brand ambassador for Irish tax group Immedis as part of a new strategic partnership.
The unemployment rate for last month continued a downward trend with a figure of 6.3pc recorded, down from 6.4pc in May 2017.
Subway plans to create 51 new stores in Ireland and Northern Ireland by 2020, creating around 408 new jobs.
The Irish Exporters Association (IEA) has elected the founder of 11890 as its first female president since the organisation's establishment in 1951.
Legendary cow 'Big Bertha' became a local celebrity when she passed away on New Eve's 1993 at a farm in Co Sneem.
A rapidly growing baby food brand - with a social conscience - is just about to shelves in Supervalu and Boots in Ireland.
There's a struggle to recruit and retain a more diverse workforce in the tech industry in Ireland - but just recognising the issue isn't enough.
This day, twelve months ago, UK voters made the shock decision to leave the European Union.
The chief executive of Carbery Group, the Cork-based international manufacturer of value-added ingredients, flavours and cheese, has retired.
Over half of Irish firms have noted an increase in the number of security incidents in the past year - with one in five held to ransom by cybercriminals.
A primary school from Co Kerry has been crowned overall winners for their most original business idea in a Bank of Ireland competition for children.
While birds and small animals can sometimes become unfortunate victims on our roads, they also pose a potential safety risk for the driver - and the same dangers apply on the airfield.
The strengthening dollar against the euro means that Dublin - along with its fellow Eurozone members - have fallen down the rankings in terms of most expensive destinations for expatriates to locate to.
Pre-tax profits at the Berkeley Group was reported at £812m, well ahead of the company estimate of £766m.
Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney met with the EU’s Chief Brexit Negotiator, Michel Barnier on Tuesday afternoon in Luxembourg.
An analytics company that engineers wearable technology for elite sports has teamed up with an Irish start-up to make its product accessible for the amateur sportsperson.
From over a hundred applications, through a rigorous Dragons' Den style bootcamp, the finalists for the Social Entrepreneurs Ireland Awards 2017 can finally be revealed.
Ryanair has purchased another ten Boeing 737 Max 200 “Gamechanger” aircraft to add to its fleet, an order valued at more than $1.1bn.
Mark FitzGerald is stepping down as chief executive of the Sherry FitzGerald Group.
Aryzta has appointed Keith Cooper as interim chief executive for its American business.
Wolseley's fiscal results for the quarter to end-April indicate that the group is set to meet full year expectations.
Tullow Oil's chief financial officer (CFO) has resigned from the firm's board with immediate effect due to ill health.
Negotiations on the terms of Britain's withdrawal from the European Union are finally getting under way.
William Fry has been named the most diverse law firm in Ireland for the second consecutive year.
Leading renewable infrastructure firm Greencoat Renewables intends to list on the Irish Stock Exchange.
A 19-year-old college student from west Cork has beaten off stiff competition to represent Ireland at a global summit.
Many of us have taken a shell or two home after a visit to Dollymount Beach - but we may not have noticed the business opportunity that the seaside stroll had to offer.
The majority of companies in Ireland maintain that the Government is not helping them enough ahead of Brexit, according to a leading accountancy firm.