Company Snapshot: Corbo Ltd
Corbo affected by downturn
Corbo affected by downturn
The Northern Ireland Council for Voluntary Action (NICVA) has opened a constructive debate on how Northern Ireland might develop a 'good economy'.
Resource Services Group is a Northern Ireland registered company with several trading subsidiaries in England as well as being the parent company of Resource (NI).
Marlbank is the parent company of Hilton Meats (International) and one of a small group of successful red meat processors and wholesalers here.
The banks in Northern Ireland have questions to answer.
Energy firm's good return on capital
Membership of the European Union (EU) is back on the political and business agenda. However, the agenda for change is imprecise and the outcome could be risky.
Sammy Wilson, as Minister of Finance, argues he is not going to be bullied by any large multi-national retail group.
Waste disposal has been a relatively basic process: take it to an approved landfill disposal site, drop it off and arrange for the site to be maintained in ways that are, at least, presentable or, at best, create space that could be developed as an amenity area.
Chicken firm serves up tasty profits
Firm fights to beat recession blues
The public consultation on proposals to extend the Small Business Rate Relief (SBRR) scheme and, in parallel, to introduce a levy of 20% on the rates bill for large retail stores, has just ended.
Faced with the downturn in demand for funds committed to projects by Invest NI, ministers in the Executive have come together to support the economy in a Boost for Business campaign.
Thales Air Defence is an advanced engineering company, located in Castlereagh, which is a wholly owned subsidiary of the French parent company of the same name.
In 2009, Ryobi experienced a sharp fall in annual sales from its plant in Carrickfergus, specialising in aluminium castings for the motor vehicle sector.
The current economic recession is a serious challenge for the Stormont Executive.
During the big freeze, in 2010-11, Northern Ireland Water (NI Water) attracted unwelcome criticism. Yet the annual report released today shows a year of business plan progress.
Public sector spending in Northern Ireland in 2010-11 totalled £10,706 for every person living here. This compares with a UK average of £8,845 or, in percentage terms, Northern Ireland was 21% higher.
Thousands of people in Northern Ireland are living in temporary housing.
Isaac Agnew Holdings is one of the largest vehicle retailing companies in Northern Ireland.
Canadian exploration company Dalradian Resources Inc has announced it's going to start digging a little deeper for gold in Gortin, Co Tyrone.
For the year ending on December 31, John Henderson (Holdings) is the parent company to a number of subsidiaries with a range of activities – wholesale and retail – in food distribution, mainly in Northern Ireland, but alongside extensive sales elsewhere.
I came to Belfast 10 years ago on a three-month contract and was immediately hooked. The reason was simple: I had arrived in what seemed like a business utopia.