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Fancy owning a piece of the old UCC college bar?
Bewleys has been around for 180 years but like most in the hospitality sector these past 15 months, it has had to reimagine the business.
Jeff Bezos is rumored to be buying a 417-foot super-yacht worth an estimated $500m and equipped with its own "support yacht" and helipad, according to ...
You may never have heard of the Press and Peel Memo pad, but you will have heard of Post Its.
Young entrepreneur Patrick Walsh has already set up a number of different businesses, but he is best known for his work in Dogpatch Labs.
Is the open plan office going to remain when people fully return to work?
The Independent News and Media Group - INM - has had its fair share of headlines this month, but for all the wrong reasons.
Unlikely friends from two of Ireland's biggest brewing families that were in competition for generations - The Smithwicks and The Guinesses - have united for ...
A pilot concert took place in Liverpool - the Sefton Park Pilot event - recently.
The spotlight is firmly back on Ireland's housing market with news of global property firms buying up significant chunks of housing estates.
Hairdressers are reopening on Monday and are taking it upon themselves to get to the root of the nation's bad hair days.
The Covid-19 pandemic has given us a true appreciation for the outdoors and public spaces.
As charity shops remain closed due to the pandemic, one man has been bringing charity shops online in Ireland and the UK.
As the world of cryptocurrency shows no signs of slowing down is the joke on those of us who haven't invested in any digital money?
The female billionaire list has more names than before including reality star Kim Kardashian West.
The reopening of the construction industry starts this week - but on a phased basis.
The US and four European countries are back on the mandatory quarantine list.
As part of a post pandemic plan to give rural villages a new lease of life it has been suggested that pubs may be used ...
The right to disconnect from work came into place last week and is part of a Government effort to improve work life balance for people.
Stockbrokers have been making the news for all the wrong reasons in the last couple of weeks.
The Royal Canal was in the news last week with the announcement of a 130 km greenway.
Imagine your mistake causing a hold up of $9.5 billion goods a day and a tail back of ships that would have made the M50 ...
The owners of two long established businesses in Cork and Dublin talk to The Business about how they are coping with Covid-19.
Fuel and food service group Maxol was founded by William McMullan, who left school aged 12 to work in a chemist shop.
We often hear the term 'cancel culture' used when media castigates someone for a perceived wrong.