Only 11pc of SMEs using renewables

Almost four in 10 Irish businesses would be willing to pay higher energy costs if their energy was coming from renewable sources, according to a new survey. Half of those businesses

Thursday 8 March 2018 Dunnes Stores restructures 40 companies in group reshuffle

Dunnes Stores has completed a major corporate restructuring process by assimilating 40 individual companies into a principal entity within the group via a merger process.

Wholesale gas prices rocket as freezing conditions drive demand

Freezing temperatures pushed gas demand far above the seasonal norms at the end of February.

Life expectancy slowdown boosts Legal & General

They say it is an ill wind that does not benefit someone.

Irish software company Intercom to create 350 jobs

Irish software company Intercom is to create 350 new jobs.

Airport wifi users to be targeted by DAA in sales push

The DAA is planning to leverage data from tens of thousands of passengers in an effort to significantly boost the €400m-plus annual retail and ancillary sales generated at Dublin and Cork airports.

Cork and Dublin to get €200m student accommodation boost

Cork and Dublin are to benefit from a €200m deal to increase student resident accommodation in both cities.

Irish Life cuts prices of health insurance plans as levy is reduced

More health insurance price cuts have been announced. Irish Life Health said it will reduce the premiums on 15 of its non-advanced plans, with effect from the start of next month.

New rise in those seeking mortgage approval

The move by the Central Bank to tighten lending rules at the start of this year has failed to dampen the mortgage market.

EU fights flood of biodiesel imports as anti-dumping war hots up

The US has effectively blocked its market to cheap imports and now European Union authorities are scrambling to find ways to stem a flood of biodiesel imports after Argentina and Indonesia

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