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London's Irish newspaper The Irish Post has agreed to purchase the digital and intellectual property assets of diaspora broadcaster Irish TV.
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Guinness’ parent company Diageo is hoping to open new Guinness Open Gate Brewery in Baltimore in fall 2017.
Twenty-percent of overseas inquiries into Irish property are now coming from America.
Irish companies could be in prime position to take advantage of President Trump’s desire to create as many US-based jobs as possible.
Dublin Tech Summit announces full conference schedule with keynotes including Gary Vaynerchuk, Jimmy Chamberlin, Cindy Gallop and Matthew Luhn.
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Irish whiskey brands Jameson, Powers, and Redbreast can expect a boost in worldwide sales with thanks to investment in the production cycle.
Peaches and Domini Kemp, of Dublin “itsa Bagel” fame, lived in Virginia before setting up shop in Ireland.
United Airlines' direct transatlantic flight from Belfast to Newark ended earlier this month.
Shannon Airport saw a rise in travelers, and the Shannon region's key attractions like Bunratty Castle saw an influx in visitors.
Ritchie Power co-founded Showtime Analytics in 2014, aiming to save the cinema industry.
Based on some of the big deals cut by Irish companies in 2016, there are a lot of businesses that are likely to go on to do great things over the coming 12 months.
“We will be offering the most affordable transatlantic flights Americans have ever had.”
When people think of the technology that is transforming the world around us, they think Silicon Valley and innovative startups. Few have Tramore, Co. Waterford on their radar.
Overseas companies, U.S. ones to the fore, are employing a workforce of almost 200,000 in Ireland, according to new statistics.
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