Business

Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton today [Monday] published on his Department’s website “Pillar A” of the new Companies Bill, which will make it cheaper and easier to start and run a business.

Enterprise Minister Richard Bruton today launched the 2011 Enterprise Ireland SuperValu Supplier Development Programme. The programme will see ten young Irish food start-up companies receive customized training and one-on-one mentoring support....

Taoiseach Enda Kenny today spoke at Hewlett Packard's Liffey Park Tehnology Campus in Leixlip, County Kildare, to mark the 40th anniversary of the company's presence in Ireland...

Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore has today assured representatives of the British and Irish business communities that Ireland’s 12.5% rate of corporation tax will not change. Speaking at a business breakfast in UCD...

Enterprise Minister Richard Bruton today announced €55million in initiatives aimed at commercialising R&D and turning ideas into businesses which create jobs. The Minister announced five initiatives...

Enterprise Minister Richard Bruton today launched Enterprise Ireland's new Lean Business initiative. Speaking at the launch the Minister said...

Minister Bruton Launches Enterprise Ireland’s ‘Lean’ Initiative to Make Irish Companies Fitter and Help Them Beat International Competition...

The Exchequer returns for end April are available on the Department of Finance website. You can view them here....

Enterprise Minister Richard Bruton today welcomed the continued commitment by Bentley Systems, Inc., the leading company dedicated to providing comprehensive software solutions for sustaining infrastructure, to its Irish operation....

Enterprise Minister Richard Bruton TD today welcomed the latest NCB Purchasing Managers Index, published this morning and showing growth in manufacturing hitting its second highest level in eleven years...

 

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