Bord na Mona and the ESB are joining forces to develop four huge solar farms that are likely to cost in the region of €500m and generate sufficient electricity to power 150,000 homes.
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The quantity of impaired loans at State-owned AIB is down 70pc from the peak levels seen in 2013, according to a first quarter trading update issued by the bank.
One-in-four people employed in the private sector in this State works for a foreign company that sells stuff to foreigners. The taxes those workers and companies pay fund a great deal of the public sector and the cost of providing public services.
State-owned AIB has been hit with a massive Central Bank fine for failing to check if it was being used for money laundering and tax evasion.
Exporting companies are waking up to the fact that Brexit is now a reality and that they need to put in place a strategy to mitigate the fallout, the head of Enterprise Ireland (EI) has told the Irish Independent.
The Irish Stock Exchange (ISE) has launched its ‘IPOready’ programme for 2017, which is geared towards helping Irish companies prepare for stock market flotations over the next five years.
Almost 70pc of Irish workers would like to work in a small to medium-size enterprise (SME) or a startup, research has found – with respondents believing that startups and SMEs offer the best office culture.
Long-term renters should look at ways in which they can financially protect themselves, similar to mortgage holders, a leading insurance company has said.
Ardagh Group S.A. has noted the US jury verdict received on April 21, 2017 in connection with one of two asserted patents alleged by Green Mountain LLC to have been infringed by Ardagh’s US glass business (formerly called Verallia North America ‘VNA’).
Irish med tech firm Diaceutics has announced a five-year multi-million euro partnership with US-based BioReference Laboratories.