Each month, as part of TheJournal.ie’s ongoing SME coverage, we look at a business book that makes a difference.
Sure it can be hard, but here are a few things that could help.
Products that people stopped buying during the recession are back on shopping lists.
Dublin’s Laser DVD is closing down.
*According to this report, which will make Enda Kenny happy.
SIPTU says it is very concerned for students and staff of Leinster College.
Jaysus, we’ll have to find some more desks.
The Strategic Banking Corporation of Ireland (SBCI) will be open for business this week.
Every county town in Ireland will have access to the same broadband technology as Tokyo within a few years.
These rainfall collection devices are mainly used for water plants or cars.
The brains behind a new financial tool says a few easy steps can make a big difference to SMEs.
Business advice, Jerry Kennelly style.
So Google knows almost everything about how you shop, which is a bit creepy really…
Why one Irish entrepreneur hired staff from India, Portugal and Sweden over local workers.
Roden is the founder of Ding, a company which employs 150 people in Dublin.
It was good enough for the Queen, but Cork Airport hasn’t been getting any love from those extra punters.
The agriculture sector is looking for special treatment on new greenhouse gas targets.
More than half of businesses in Ireland are planning to increase basic employee salaries.
And the bad bank’s boss says if overseas owners want to pull apart Irish businesses there’s not much he can do.
Don’t just stand there, get creating… or funding.
The money has gone to everything from a multimedia horror show to a heart-rate monitor for sheep.
The centres will be located at Trinity College Dublin, UCD, NUI Galway and UL.
And they say they are approving 87% of them.
Hours and pay were cut “without warning” because the woman was the only non-Irish worker, tribunal told.
“I had the name first.”
You are going to have to think a bit outside the box…
These are the bills which are making it hard for owner-operators to compete in the global market.
Office rents could be back at pre-crash prices within three years.
We look at what’s in Budget 2015 for business and ask how much it all means to you.
The Wicklow Wolf Brewing Company says yesterday’s Budget announcement was unexpected, but welcome.
Michael Noonan wants more companies to invest their money in Ireland.
They say that the 40 cent increase on a packet of cigarettes will play into the hands of smugglers.
New measures will target the long-term leasing of land.
The self-employed are still paying more tax than everyone else.
There will be no extra motoring or fuel taxes after years of hikes.
Irish startup Drop has scored $2 million to develop more smart kitchen products.
Professional job seekers are becoming savvier when it comes to potential employers.
The Irish genetics firm has been sold to a multi-billion dollar US medical-technology company for a secret sum.
Pub owner- and accountant-turned-TD Áine Collins says Ireland needs to have a “serious conversation about failure”.
Costs could spike if the trouble continues in eastern Europe.