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# business - Monday 21 July, 2014

From TheJournal.ie Consumer rights on ‘vulture fund’ mortgage books to be beefed up Regulation Stations

Consumer rights on ‘vulture fund’ mortgage books to be beefed up

The Government is pushing legislation to put the new owners of Irish loan books on a shorter leash.

# business - Saturday 19 July, 2014

From TheJournal.ie Nama has clawed back €800 million from debtors putting assets ‘beyond its reach’ Asset Hunt

Nama has clawed back €800 million from debtors putting assets ‘beyond its reach’

Fianna Fail’s Michael McGrath said the news raises “fundamental questions” about debtor co-operation.

# business - Thursday 3 July, 2014

From TheJournal.ie Enda is in Germany today… opening a new Penneys store Loves A Bargain

Enda is in Germany today… opening a new Penneys store

The store opening in Alexanderplatz in the city is the second store to open in Berlin.

# business - Monday 30 June, 2014

Ryanair’s No. 2 is stepping down, but they’ve got a replacement already lined up

Current finance director Neil Sorahan is taking over from Howard Millar.

And sold for €52mn!: Another Dublin Docklands building has a new owner

The Observatory Building is located between the Samuel Beckett and the Seán O’Casey bridges.

How to: predict athlete injuries (and make a business) from big data

A county Dublin start-up is helping hyper-competitive sports teams get insights and competitive from a mass of information.

Majority of indigenous tech companies expect revenue to grow

Over 81 per cent of companies said they were more confident about their business than they were three months ago.

# business - Saturday 28 June, 2014

Irish companies sign €40 million worth of deals in Asia, creating 20 jobs here

The announcement comes at the end of a five-day programme to Beijing, Shanghai and Seoul.

# business - Friday 27 June, 2014

From TheJournal.ie The briefcase: subprime mortgages, house prices and burying a Bentley Inbox Me

# business - Thursday 26 June, 2014

Over 40% of SME loans are in arrears

A new Central Bank report found that there has been “no discernible upward trend” in lending to SMEs.

# business - Monday 23 June, 2014

We’re the best: Ireland is the most entrepreneurial country in Europe

And we place 7th out of 28 countries surveyed around the world, too.

From TheJournal.ie Hotels deny raising prices for special events HOTEL MOTEL HOLIDAY INN

Hotels deny raising prices for special events

A survey said that Dublin’s hotels were “surging”, but the Hotels Federation says there is value to be had.

# business - Friday 20 June, 2014

Property – everything small businesses always wanted to know, but were afraid to ask

The Dublin Chamber of Commerce has launched a guide to property for SMEs.

The Big Idea: High end training that pays for itself

When Ciaran Ruddock was let go from Leinster, himself and a friend opened their own boutique gym – they explain their Big Idea to TheJournal.ie

# business - Wednesday 18 June, 2014

The recession claimed 15% of Irish businesses

Despite this, Irish people still started up more companies in 2012 than in 2008.

# business - Tuesday 17 June, 2014

Crumbs! Irish animation company to remake Danger Mouse

The legendary cartoon mouse will return to children’s TV in 2015, with Dublin animators behind the project.

From TheJournal.ie Opinion: The deepening relationship between Ireland and China China

Opinion: The deepening relationship between Ireland and China

Even by the standards of the last four decades, China is now in a period of great change – and its continuing rise offers new opportunities for Ireland.

# business - Monday 16 June, 2014

From TheJournal.ie Yes, in case you’re wondering that is Moy Park chicken advertising at the World Cup Chicki-taka

Yes, in case you’re wondering that is Moy Park chicken advertising at the World Cup

There’s a little more to it than that though.

US medical giant buys Covidien in €32 billion deal

The deal will mean pre-tax savings of around €628 million every year by 2018 for the new company.

# business - Wednesday 11 June, 2014

Brussels launches probe into Ireland’s Apple tax deal

The Department of Finance has said it’s confident no rules have been broken – but won’t rule out a legal challenge if findings are negative.

# business - Tuesday 10 June, 2014

Is the EU going to investigate Ireland’s tax deal with multinationals?

An announcement is expected tomorrow, but the European Commission is keeping quiet.

How are small businesses feeling about the next few months?

Pretty good, a survey reveals, with 48 per cent expecting the overall business environment to be ‘good’ or ‘very good’.

# business - Thursday 5 June, 2014

Irish tech-set told to set their sights on global partnerships

A global trend towards mergers and acquisitions by major international players is an opportunity for Irish companies.

# business - Tuesday 3 June, 2014

Small businesses believe upturn is ‘fragile’

SMEs are holding off on expansion until they feel more positive about the upturn, a new survey has found.

SME groups welcome EU report but warn they are still in ‘survival mode’

The EU Commission report found that lending to SMEs still remains weak.

# business - Thursday 29 May, 2014

From TheJournal.ie Dragons’ Den inventor in row with employer over trolley key Trolleyed

Dragons’ Den inventor in row with employer over trolley key

Ray Shannon pitched the Trolkey on the TV programme, but his employer has taken issue with his development of the product.

# business - Wednesday 28 May, 2014

FDI companies love doing business here – and not just for our corporation tax rate

Companies said the access to Europe was a critical factor in relation to their priorities for setting up shop here.

# business - Tuesday 27 May, 2014

Borrowing without banks: here’s how you’ve done it

Cutting out the high street bank is becoming a realistic option for SMEs.

# business - Sunday 25 May, 2014

Speed-dating (networking) for business: ‘It’s time to get out of your comfort zone’

Want to make 15 business connections in less than an hour – here’s how.

# business - Saturday 24 May, 2014

The science-backed reason you should watch stand-up comedy before a meeting

Nope, it’s not a waste of your time, it’s training you to be more cognitively flexible (tell your boss!).

# business - Friday 23 May, 2014

Cash flow is the main threat to SMEs – survey

Many businesses are showing signs of growth, but keeping turnover up to match ambition is a challenge.

Got an eye for business? The IDA wants you

The IDA are hiring 35 additional staff to help them target new companies which don’t currently have a presence in Ireland.

# business - Thursday 22 May, 2014

From TheJournal.ie Column: With a positive attitude and determination to succeed, the sky is the limit Africa Day

Column: With a positive attitude and determination to succeed, the sky is the limit

Africa Day celebrations are taking place nationwide this weekend. Here, entrepreneur Timi Martins talks about being an entrepreneur in Ireland.

# business - Wednesday 21 May, 2014

Aldi on the lookout for new hires- and is offering €92,000 a year plus a company car

The German retailer is hiring 450 new faces as part of a nationwide expansion scheme.

# business - Tuesday 20 May, 2014

EU regulator levels ‘cartel’ charge against three top banks

JPMorganChase, HSBC and Credit Agricole are all in the dock

# business - Monday 19 May, 2014

The Big Idea: Will the Irish ditch the breakfast roll for sushi?

Smithfield’s only sushi factory has gone from farmer’s market stall to serving U2 sushi, and continues to aim high.

# business - Thursday 15 May, 2014

Here’s an interesting one, financially rewarding employees for saving costs

The American Chamber of Commerce says ‘gainsharing’ would stimulate the economy.

Here’s why Moody’s looks likely to upgrade Ireland tomorrow

It would be the second upgrade in six months from the agency which has traditionally talked Ireland down.

# business - Monday 12 May, 2014

Half of Irish companies forced to sack workers because of late payments

The Government has been blasted for its failure to set an example or pass laws to tackle the problem.

# business - Wednesday 7 May, 2014

Have you eaten in any of these places served with closure orders last month?

The FSAI was particularly critical of businesses with improper storage or poor cleaning standards.

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