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From TheJournal.ie What went wrong with Norwegian Air's transatlantic dream? Tourism And Transport

What went wrong with Norwegian Air's transatlantic dream?

The scrappy Scandi carrier had a bumpy ride in Ireland before the Boeing 737 Max grounding.

From TheJournal.ie Hainan Airlines is axing its Dublin-Shenzhen service and shelving its Beijing route till 2020 Tourism And Transport

Hainan Airlines is axing its Dublin-Shenzhen service and shelving its Beijing route till 2020

Tourism Ireland said the decision is ‘very regrettable’ as it looks to promote Ireland in China.

From TheJournal.ie Dublin startup BidRecruit is taking the 'pain points' out of recruitment Startups And Tech

Dublin startup BidRecruit is taking the 'pain points' out of recruitment

In our weekly Startup Scout series, Fora picks out the latest promising companies emerging in Ireland.

From TheJournal.ie 'Work hard and be nice to people. I don't think it has to be more comprehensive than that' Insights And Opinion

'Work hard and be nice to people. I don't think it has to be more comprehensive than that'

Tools of the trade: Flying Tiger Copenhagen’s Irish boss on kindness and why llamas trump beetles.

From TheJournal.ie Movie studios are coining it from superheroes, but Ireland's comic stores aren't feeling the same love Retail And Services

Movie studios are coining it from superheroes, but Ireland's comic stores aren't feeling the same love

Ahead of Dublin Comic Con, comic book store owners talk about the business in Ireland.

From TheJournal.ie Meet the man spearheading tech at the Digital Hub as its new technologist in residence Startups And Tech

Meet the man spearheading tech at the Digital Hub as its new technologist in residence

Rodhán Hickey has just taken the reins as a ‘sort of’ chief technology officer for the Dublin innovation hub.

From TheJournal.ie What went wrong with Norwegian Air's transatlantic dream? Tourism And Transport

What went wrong with Norwegian Air's transatlantic dream?

The scrappy Scandi carrier had a bumpy ride in Ireland before the Boeing 737 Max grounding.

From TheJournal.ie Ireland's electric vehicle future is facing a chicken-and-egg problem Resource And Energy

Ireland's electric vehicle future is facing a chicken-and-egg problem

Registrations of EVs have increased the last six months but charge points are playing catch up.

From TheJournal.ie Tines is building the automated channel for detecting and neutralising cyber threats Startups And Tech

Tines is building the automated channel for detecting and neutralising cyber threats

As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight series, we profile the cybersecurity company.

From TheJournal.ie 'Curiosity has helped me stand out - I've worked since age 16 and I've had seven careers' Insights And Opinion

'Curiosity has helped me stand out - I've worked since age 16 and I've had seven careers'

Open Orphan’s Cathal Friel also talks about the day that most shook his confidence.

From TheJournal.ie The French thirst for Irish beer is up - but total exports are down Food And Drink

The French thirst for Irish beer is up - but total exports are down

The Irish Brewers Association has released sales figures for 2018.

From TheJournal.ie Golden Discs is looking to new international markets with the debut of an Irish music site Retail And Services

Golden Discs is looking to new international markets with the debut of an Irish music site

The Irish retailer has also tapped into the growing popularity of vinyl.

From TheJournal.ie 'Everybody has to play their part': Dalata's plastic-free plans for 2020 Tourism And Transport

'Everybody has to play their part': Dalata's plastic-free plans for 2020

Ireland’s biggest hotel group is on track to ban plastic toiletry bottles within six months

From TheJournal.ie Your crash course in... Just Eat and Takeaway.com's £9bn merger and the future of food delivery Startups And Tech

Your crash course in... Just Eat and Takeaway.com's £9bn merger and the future of food delivery

The long-time rivals are joining forces as competition from Deliveroo and Uber Eats is unrelenting.

From TheJournal.ie How Irish businesses are cashing in on the 'pet humanisation' boom Retail And Services

How Irish businesses are cashing in on the 'pet humanisation' boom

The ‘pet parenting’ phenomenon has helped create a multibillion-euro industry.

From TheJournal.ie Revolut is bulking up its Irish base as it seeks approval from the Central Bank Startups And Tech

Revolut is bulking up its Irish base as it seeks approval from the Central Bank

The company is the latest fintech giant to expand in Dublin.

From TheJournal.ie Ryanair is suing outgoing second-in-command Peter Bellew Contract Dispute

Ryanair is suing outgoing second-in-command Peter Bellew

The Meath native, once tipped to become Michael O’Leary’s replacement, is moving to rival EasyJet.

From TheJournal.ie 'The seven-nights-a-week drinker is gone': How Irish pubs are attracting a new clientele Modernising

'The seven-nights-a-week drinker is gone': How Irish pubs are attracting a new clientele

Issues like harsher drink-driving penalties and cost of business are also having an impact on pubs.

From TheJournal.ie How Dublin startup Geowox is taking the grunt work out of property valuations Startups And Tech

How Dublin startup Geowox is taking the grunt work out of property valuations

As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight series, we profile the prop-tech company.

From TheJournal.ie Meet the DJ and the trumpet player who brought vinyl pressing back to north Dublin Startups And Tech

Meet the DJ and the trumpet player who brought vinyl pressing back to north Dublin

Donagh Molloy and Hugh Scully revived the dying craft in Ireland as spinning the black circle is back in vogue.

From TheJournal.ie 'In our reception we have a fairly large pufferfish made out of 100% recyclable items' Insights And Opinion

'In our reception we have a fairly large pufferfish made out of 100% recyclable items'

The CEO of Cool Planet Experience talks Al Gore, ski lifts and her busy diary.

From TheJournal.ie Dublin City Council is coining it on 'sunshine tax', according to the Restaurants Association Building And Property

Dublin City Council is coining it on 'sunshine tax', according to the Restaurants Association

The industry body said incoming sandwich board licence fees are ‘shockingly excessive’.

From TheJournal.ie Ryanair has claimed that absenteeism among Dublin Airport security staff is 'shocking' Tourism And Transport

Ryanair has claimed that absenteeism among Dublin Airport security staff is 'shocking'

But operator DAA has strongly rejected the airline’s claims.

From TheJournal.ie The Dunnes Stores dynasty is planning to install a high-end gym close to its Dublin head office Retail And Services

The Dunnes Stores dynasty is planning to install a high-end gym close to its Dublin head office

The proposed fitness studio on South Great George’s Street will be operated by F45 Training.

From TheJournal.ie No commuting and casting a wider talent net - why businesses are opting for remote working Work

No commuting and casting a wider talent net - why businesses are opting for remote working

Irish industry experts and business people weigh in on the pros and cons of the ‘smarter way’ to work.

From TheJournal.ie 'The seven-nights-a-week drinker is gone': How Irish pubs are attracting a new clientele Food And Drink

'The seven-nights-a-week drinker is gone': How Irish pubs are attracting a new clientele

Issues like harsher drink-driving penalties and cost of business are also having an impact on pubs.

From TheJournal.ie Emirates says Dublin Airport's infrastructural woes are hampering its business Tourism And Transport

Emirates says Dublin Airport's infrastructural woes are hampering its business

The Gulf airline said the issue has had a ‘steady negative impact’ on its services.

From TheJournal.ie The ads industry watchdog is still fielding dozens of complaints about influencers Media And Marketing

The ads industry watchdog is still fielding dozens of complaints about influencers

The ASAI says the volume of objections shows a high level of awareness of ‘transparency requirements’.

From TheJournal.ie Fancy a free MBA? Fora is teaming up with Griffith College to offer an online scholarship

Fancy a free MBA? Fora is teaming up with Griffith College to offer an online scholarship

It’s an opportunity that would normally cost you €12,000.

From TheJournal.ie Be wary of the curse of knowledge Insights And Opinion

Be wary of the curse of knowledge

To communicate clearly, you need to be aware of what you might know too well.

From TheJournal.ie 'Talent without ambition is just talent - if you've got the combination of both the sky is the limit' Insights And Opinion

'Talent without ambition is just talent - if you've got the combination of both the sky is the limit'

Colman Walsh, the chief executive of the UX Design Institute, talks priesthood, ambition and triathlons.

From TheJournal.ie 'Shame of flying' is partly to blame for a 'weaker pattern' of some European holidaymakers here Tourism And Transport

'Shame of flying' is partly to blame for a 'weaker pattern' of some European holidaymakers here

Environmental concerns impacted the decisions of Nordic and Dutch holidaymakers.

From TheJournal.ie SuperAwesome is launching a new safe streaming platform built specifically for kids Startups And Tech

SuperAwesome is launching a new safe streaming platform built specifically for kids

The fast-growing kidtech company was founded by Irish entrepreneur Dylan Collins.

From TheJournal.ie Peer-to-peer lenders are answering Ireland's call to help with the housing crisis Financial Services

Peer-to-peer lenders are answering Ireland's call to help with the housing crisis

The alternative financial providers offer insight into the demand in Ireland for this kind of lending.

From TheJournal.ie Free Now's Irish boss says the taxi app's new name might seem 'a bit strange' - but give it time Tourism And Transport

Free Now's Irish boss says the taxi app's new name might seem 'a bit strange' - but give it time

Meet Alan Fox, the man responsible for ensuring Mytaxi’s new moniker feeds into a wider strategy.

From TheJournal.ie Planning is rife with conflict, so this startup built a 'virtual town hall' to settle disputes Startups And Tech

Planning is rife with conflict, so this startup built a 'virtual town hall' to settle disputes

As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight series, we profile PLACEengage.

From TheJournal.ie 'I used to be motivated by a fear of failure. I kind of got over that' Insights And Opinion

'I used to be motivated by a fear of failure. I kind of got over that'

Gary Lavin, the founder of VitHit, talks fear of failure, managing growth and why he’s not pursuing kombucha.

From TheJournal.ie Here's what pundits make of Ryanair's decision to cut back its growth plans Tourism And Transport

Here's what pundits make of Ryanair's decision to cut back its growth plans

The airline reduced its summer 2020 schedule in light Boeing 737 Max delays.

From TheJournal.ie A gaming studio fronted by EA and Riot Games vets is out of stealth mode in Dublin Startups And Tech

A gaming studio fronted by EA and Riot Games vets is out of stealth mode in Dublin

Vela Games, the new face in Ireland’s games landscape, has raised €3.4 million.

From TheJournal.ie Free Now told the government 'night mayors' could make it easier for clubbers to get cabs Tourism And Transport

Free Now told the government 'night mayors' could make it easier for clubbers to get cabs

The company formerly called Mytaxi urged the Culture Minister to bring the concept to Dublin.

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