It’s hard to keep the home fires burning after all the years.
An Irish product that predicts when a cow will give birth is about to make it big time (oh, and it’s called Moocall)
Quite apart from having the best name ever, Moocall works a treat. And it’s going to make its three founders a lot of money.
Everyone was talking about falling house prices, a big payday and how to make it rich.
‘Frugal Innovation’ is a book for businesses that want to do great things with less.
They want a minimum price for alcohol to put an end to cheap supermarket deals.
Dublin-based Realex Payments has been bought for a very tidy sum.
But it could become a Dublin landmark…
*Except it’s a bit different to jerky – and he’s not calling it that.
It can save you money – and help you earn more.
And they mean business. Marvin.ie are looking to give Just Eat a serious run for their money in a sector that is getting bigger and bigger…
The cinema is a well-known feature in the city centre.
There has been a lot of debate about the country’s energy mix for the future.
Only by 20p though. Is Ireland about to follow the UK’s example? And by how much if so?
The Danish-formed takeaway aggregator has posted some impressive Irish results for 2014
If prices aren’t going to start shooting up again, that is.
It will be sold across 900 UK Tesco stores.
And the country could have to pay penalties worth up to €400 million a year if things do go wrong.
Some companies get the marketing of maternal-appreciation day very right. Others, not so much…
We talk to Orpens Cider about their plans for a growing industry.
You can find 150 years of history on the streets if you know where to look.
A bride-to-be was recently left stunned by a restaurant that responded to bad reviews of her hen party meal by calling her friends “chav cheap trash” and “peasants”.
… and then put back down again (with new paving stones).
We’ve left the rest of the Eurozone for dust over the last 12 months
‘Ash Dieback’ disease could threaten the existence of the trees in Ireland and across Europe.
Richard Bruton has come under fire as he claims “substantial progress” on jobs.
Employers in the southernmost province are gearing up for a hiring splurge over the next three months
Big or small, north or south – we have the figures for them all.
The Low Pay Commission has began asking for submissions on changing the national minimum wage.
But land values are predicted to rise, which could mean more property eventually on the market.
Energy Elephant’s big idea is deceptively simple.
The economist’s Iconic Media Ltd. posted accumulated profits of €630,000 for 2014
Wasn’t it the year of something else already?
The sector’s head said there were an ‘unacceptable’ number of sick days being taken in the public service.
That’s as long as his government gets re-elected, mind.
It’s been the best January and February for start-ups since 2007.
And business group Ibec wants more money for infrastructure to cope with the growth.
But there will still be plenty of pricier places to holiday in Europe.
For February’s in-depth coverage of SMEs, we looked at how buying local matters and the importance of traceability.