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Business - Today’s News

Cadbury may shrink the size of its products in Britain due to Brexit

The company may have to pass on the higher cost of doing business by shrinking bar size.

Business - Saturday 25 March, 2017

'It could have fallen into the street': How a derelict building in Dublin's Blackpitts was transformed

It’s now going to be part of a site that offers student accommodation.

Meet the gym owner who moved back in with his parents to launch an Airbnb for cars

Vehicle rental startup Fleet is due to launch in Ireland next month.

Ireland's longest rope bridge is opening in Kerry

The owners of Kells Bay House & Gardens have put the rope bridge on their land.

Business - Friday 24 March, 2017

Business - Thursday 23 March, 2017

'6.6% unemployment - that's my performance': Mary Mitchell O'Connor hits back at critics

The Jobs Minister has come under fire with signs of discontent among her staff.

Business - Wednesday 22 March, 2017

These are the four richest counties in Ireland

Only four counties have a disposable income ahead of the national average.

Cash-strapped RTÉ has officially put a chunk of land at its HQ up for sale for €75 million

It’s thought the land is likely to be sold for residential development.

'One million tonnes of food are wasted in Ireland each year, people know that's wrong'

FoodCloud, an organisation helping to combat this, has gone from strength to strength in the last five years.

Business - Tuesday 21 March, 2017

Here are the new updates Apple announced this morning

Apple just announced a load of new products today.

Kerrygold is banned in the state of Wisconsin but local butter lovers are fighting back

They’ve filed a lawsuit challenging the ban.

Business - Monday 20 March, 2017

GamerCon fiasco: Convention Centre hits back after organisers blame venue

Thousands were queuing in the rain for hours on Saturday waiting to gain entry to the event.

The cost of petrol and diesel is still marching ever upwards

The cost of a litre of petrol or diesel is now the highest its been in 18 months.

Business - Sunday 19 March, 2017

In Youghal, one businessman prays for storms to test his high-speed 'stealth boats'

Cork firm Safehaven Marine sells its vessels as far afield as the Middle East and Asia.

'As a child, my father had me handing out leaflets in a shopping centre. It was a business lesson'

This company manager was thrown into the deep end at the weigh-loss firm her parents established.

Business - Saturday 18 March, 2017

How the Wax Museum is using Pokémon tech to bring Brendan Behan to life

Augmented Reality features will add an extra layer of experience at the attraction’s new home.

These were the most expensive hotels sold in Ireland last year

The biggest deal of the year was the sale of the DoubleTree by Hilton in south Dublin.

Cake and chocolate maker Broderick's plans to hitch a ride on the 'healthy' snacks craze

The company is setting up a major new factory in Tallaght, which it hopes to throw open to public tours.

Business - Friday 17 March, 2017

The business behind the one-day-a-year shamrock industry

Ireland’s national plant is shipped all over the world for St Patrick’s Day.

Over a dozen Irish shopping centres changed hands last year. Here are the biggest deals

Blanchardstown Town Centre was sold in Ireland’s most expensive-ever property deal.

Business - Thursday 16 March, 2017

Dublin Zoo celebrates a very adorable new arrival

Just look at her.

Business - Wednesday 15 March, 2017

Here is the pay gap between public and private sector workers

Earnings were generally higher in the public sector, but the gap has narrowed markedly.

The Wax Museum is back (again) - just don't call it a Wax Museum

We took a tour. There weren’t any waxworks – but Brendan Behan’s floating head appeared for a chat.

Business - Tuesday 14 March, 2017

Bank of China applies to set up Irish branch

Further opportunities to boost Ireland’s business relationship with China are expected post-Brexit.

Michael Noonan refutes suggestion he 'acted inappropriately' over Project Eagle sale

Noonan met with senior Ceberus representatives on the eve of the bid closing date.

Business - Monday 13 March, 2017

Cockroaches, raw sewage, and a live rodent - here's why Irish food businesses were shut down in 2016

62 Irish restaurants and takeaways were shut last year for an awful lot of different reasons.

Business - Sunday 12 March, 2017

'There's no right and wrong now for work fashion. A tracksuit and hoodie may be perfect for you'

Fashion guru Brendan Courtney delivers a masterclass in dressing for business.

Ireland's dirtiest restaurants and takeaways: Here's where they are

Some counties have a far worse record than others.

Business - Saturday 11 March, 2017

Meet the man behind some of Dublin's trendiest restaurants who doesn't want a Michelin star

Dillinger’s owner John Farrell plans to open two new restaurants before the year is out.

Red tape from the EU could choke Irish tourism businesses after Brexit

Business group ITIC has criticised the government’s response to Brexit.

Business - Thursday 9 March, 2017

Do you waste food? This Dragons' Den investor wants supermarkets and shoppers to cut it out

Ireland generates over one million tonnes of food waste per year.

Business - Wednesday 8 March, 2017

Women on State boards on the rise as 'talent bank' boosts numbers

A target of 40% female representation has been set for State boards.

Business - Tuesday 7 March, 2017

Apple Pay is now available in Ireland Rockin' Cashless This post contains videos

Apple Pay is now available in Ireland

You can now tap your iPhone like a contactless card.

Business - Monday 6 March, 2017

Homeowner says new Dublin city centre hotel would block his 'right to light'

Mark and Andrew Cosgrave want to build a 175-bed hotel in Dublin city centre.

How Ryanair's loudmouth approach helps them find 'fun, irreverent and cheeky' staff

The HR department says the company’s colourful media profile acts as a sort of recruitment filter.

Business - Sunday 5 March, 2017

Uber's latest woe - using secret software to steer drivers away from trouble

The software was unveiled in a New York Times report and Uber said it was only used in areas where it was not banned.

Business - Thursday 2 March, 2017

Remember the 'Battle of Gorse Hill'? The house is on sale with an €8.5 million asking price

Depending on who you talk to it’s either one of “Dublin’s finest coastal properties” or just “bog standard”.

Business - Wednesday 1 March, 2017

Nurses' union agrees to meet with Workplace Relations Commission - but work-to-rule is still on

Over 30,000 INMO members are set to work-to-rule next Tuesday, 7 March.

A family-owned cake maker has raised over €6m for a new factory in Tallaght

Broderick’s makes bars and cakes sold in coffee shops and retail stores.

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