Latest data from the CSO shows that prices around the country are x% higher than last year.
Anna Sarkeesian had critiqued the trope of violence against women in video games.
The Christmas Direct website was also hit with enforcement notices.
This afternoon Ged Nash said that businesses should try and award pay increases where possible.
The former editor of The Herald is leaving INM with immediate effect.
Lagarde said that she will not resign her position and intends to return to work immediately.
If you’re worried about using up too much mobile data, this will come in handy.
Fine Gael is talking tax cuts while Labour is all about wage increases.
Many rural hotels are still treading water, while business perks up in Dublin
Where everyone will be creating hyperlapse videos, Snapchat’s big plans are revealed and a different approach from Samsung.
But there will be (a few) seats with extra leg room.
Turning down Facebook’s offer of $3 billion doesn’t sound so crazy now, does it?
Those in dire straits may be able to negotiate with local councils by Friday – but after that the penalties jump massively.
Investment in indigenous tech companies has rallied during the recession – but what’s driving it?
Tuesday 26 August, 2014
Circle Oil’s share price jumped almost 25% on the news.
Hyperlapse is Instagram’s second standalone app.
Overall, the building giant’s profits were up by 24% compared to 2013.
A repeating image of a car crash began appearing on some Google Image Search earlier today.
Tim Hortons is a Canadian institution but is being bought mainly for tax reasons.
Overall emigration by Irish citizens is down 20% from last year.
The popular language learning app has seen more than 6,000 people sign up to its Irish course, which is currently in beta.
Almost one in four now think that the economy is stagnating.
The Jobs Minister’s position contrasts with those in Labour who want a Low Pay Commission.
Apple said that a “very small percentage” of iPhone 5 devices had battery problems and has launched a free replacement scheme for those affected.
A new study by the AA finds that, despite a slight decrease, the cost of running a family car remains high.
Turns out watching people play videogames is more lucrative than you think.
A number of customers said they had not been paid this morning but the issue has now been resolved.
Analysts think that the insurer could hike car premiums to protect profits.
UTV Ireland is due to go on air on 1 January. The group expects to move into profit in the second half of the year.
It’s the 11th high-profile purchase by property investors Hibernia REIT.
If people with disabilities cannot park near your business or access your services, they and their friends won’t give you custom – it’s that simple.
Two Meath brothers think they’ve got the next generation of cash registers cracked.
Monday 25 August, 2014
The average public sector wage is just short of €920 per week – but experts say that could be skewed.
Google looked the favourites to land the deal but lost out.
There has been a series of initiatives put in place to encourage interest in STEM subjects for school leavers; will the effort be rewarded with good jobs?
The next 48-hour stoppage starts on the day of the All-Ireland Hurling Final.
It’s only a matter of time before the cat version arrives.
The National Private Hire and Taxi Association have spoken out after yesterday’s attack on a Dublin taxi driver.
So long as there’s a browser equivalent of said app available, that is.