Economy - Today’s News
Bloomberg are reporting that the bank failed on the most extreme scenario.
Economy - Yesterday’s News
It was good enough for the Queen, but Cork Airport hasn’t been getting any love from those extra punters.
Waterford IT sent an email to college bosses in Carlow to tell them they were pulling out of a planned university bid.
A new mechanism to make sure houses remain affordable for first-time buyers is being considered by the coalition.
Drug heists and busts with plotlines straight out of the movies.
The agriculture sector is looking for special treatment on new greenhouse gas targets.
The situation does need to be sorted quickly, though.
More than half of businesses in Ireland are planning to increase basic employee salaries.
Economy - Wednesday 22 October, 2014
And the bad bank’s boss says if overseas owners want to pull apart Irish businesses there’s not much he can do.
*We’re talking about the people, not the *ahem* beauty treatment.
Results will come out on Sunday. Don’t they know it’s a long weekend?
Most of buyers’ ‘mattress money’ that was built up during the boom years is gone.
The State’s bad bank is aiming to wind up ahead of schedule.
Economy - Tuesday 21 October, 2014
Dublin-headquartered Shire and US company AbbVie pull the plug on their big pharma deal.
New registrations have been up nearly 30% in 2014 so far.
Economy - Monday 20 October, 2014
The centres will be located at Trinity College Dublin, UCD, NUI Galway and UL.
The job will be filled over the next two years.
The Government has announced a new plan to carry out surveys of areas of potential exploration.
A survey of 300 Irish primary schools said access to high speed broadband is an obstacle.
Let’s find out.
Green REIT has finished a €375 million office and shopping-centre buyout as property trusts keep on spending big.
Project commencements are up 40 per cent, compared to the first 8 months of 2013.
The funding will support 700 existing and new scientific research positions.
Economy - Saturday 18 October, 2014
These are the bills which are making it hard for owner-operators to compete in the global market.
A fully trained auditor can bring in €800,000, according to Finance Minister Michael Noonan.
Economy - Friday 17 October, 2014
Office rents could be back at pre-crash prices within three years.
Economy - Thursday 16 October, 2014
The world’s biggest spirits group suffered a bit in Europe… and a lot in China.
AbbVie seems almost certain to walk away from the €43 billion agreement because of US tax rule changes.
And locals are among the most keen in Europe to get out of their home country for a job.
Economy - Wednesday 15 October, 2014
We look at what’s in Budget 2015 for business and ask how much it all means to you.
The figures for August show increases in exports of organic chemicals and pharmaceutical products but a fall for dairy products and birds’ eggs.
AbbVie is rethinking its merger with Dublin-headquartered Shire after changes to tax “inversion” rules.
The Dalata Hotel Group spent €31m on the deals, but still has plenty to spare from its stock float in March.
Looking for something a bit different? Then you’ll want to check out Leeds.
Taxes, cigarettes, child benefit….
After all those kites, here’s the meat of what’s being brought in by the coalition….
Michael Noonan wants more companies to invest their money in Ireland.
Economy - Tuesday 14 October, 2014
Finance Minister tells TheJournal.ie he will be “cautious and prudent” to secure the economic recovery in the coming years.
Tax changes, eye-catching bumps to cigarettes and child benefit: but was this a budget to signal the end of austerity?