Economy - Today’s News
One of the top destinations for 2015, we have a little bit of everything in Ireland.
Economy - Yesterday’s News
Insolvencies were also down.
Ibec has warned that the new public sector pay deal could create create “unrealistic wage expectation” in the private sector.
Economy - Monday 1 June, 2015
The National Off-Licence Association says it’s hurting smaller sellers.
Economy - Sunday 31 May, 2015
But why? We pay the third highest tariffs in the EU, behind only Germany and Denmark.
Economy - Saturday 30 May, 2015
Is yours one of them?
A new Red C poll shows that Ireland is very happy to remain a part of Europe.
Eurocrats are gearing up, once again, to meddle with our corporate tax rate. We should take a leaf out of our neighbour’s book and demand better.
Everyone was talking about Aer Lingus taking off, Neary’s golf balls and workers winning… and losing.
Economy - Friday 29 May, 2015
The bank has made cuts to its fixed-rate mortgages.
The government has struck a deal with public sector unions this evening.
Year on year growth in mortgage lending has slowed to 12%, its lowest in two years.
We’ve got you covered.
The exact details are still being hammered out.
Economy - Thursday 28 May, 2015
The former financial regulator described the agency’s branded golf balls as “a mistake”.
One TD was paraphrasing Oscar Wilde at the banking inquiry today.
A clause should be inserted into the Constitution to ensure pension protection, according to the Professional Insurance Brokers Association.
Economy - Wednesday 27 May, 2015
2015 is following the exact same pattern as 2014.
There were important things to announce (like that EU referendum) – but all the bizarre trappings of the ceremony were on show too..
Meanwhile, IAG CEO Willie Walsh is jetting in to ease union concerns.
The location is pretty symbolic. Grafton Street returned to full occupancy, post-recession, when Life Style Sports moved in last year.
Economy - Tuesday 26 May, 2015
Transport minister Paschal Donohoe officially announced the sale’s approval at a press conference this evening.
The store had shut suddenly in recent days over a dispute between the retailer and the shopping centre in which the store is based.
Average pay packets took another hit at the start of the year.
The Irish Restaurant Awards last night crowned eateries across the country.
We asked you to tell us about your mams – here’s what you told us.
Not too shabby.
Pressure from Germany and France could see the European Commission reveal an initial plan on the matter next month.
Agricultural land in Ireland remains expensive when compared with land prices in much of Northern Europe.
Economy - Sunday 24 May, 2015
Because it hasn’t got any money.
Everyone was talking about Chinese beer, a Dunnes Stores shock and Stripe’s billions.
Economy - Saturday 23 May, 2015
Ciaran Flynn’s Childpaths sprung from his experience as a parent. There’s plenty of room for original ideas in Ireland’s childcare industry…
Economy - Friday 22 May, 2015
“Happy customers make for profitable banks,” the finance minister said today.
Microsoft is now the biggest company in Ireland in terms of turnover.
Economy - Thursday 21 May, 2015
John Hurley, the former governor of the Central Bank, is before the banking inquiry today .
The grape used to produce everyone’s favourite pre-drink has had a couple of particularly bad harvests in a row in Italy.
There are now 1.9 million people employed in Ireland and 212,000 who are unemployed.
Economy - Wednesday 20 May, 2015
Sure it’s a bit far-fetched, but stay with us on this one.
What Irish students REALLY want it seems is stability. That, and to work for Paddy Power…
It certainly hasn’t done any harm.
Economy - Tuesday 19 May, 2015
The figures have been labelled as “shocking”.