Economy - Today’s News
*Except tracker mortgage holders.
…And that’s probably not a good thing for the poor eurozone.
Richard Bruton: ‘Our new tax measure is fair but you just can’t stop other countries from grumbling’
The Jobs Minister says the knowledge box will keep Ireland as a competitive location for companies.
While staff in the civil service who do well will be recognised – but not with bonuses.
Teleflex will create the jobs over three years, while Openet will create 30 jobs in Dublin.
Economy - Yesterday’s News
If the richest three people spent $1 million every day, it would take 220 years to run out of money.
Products that people stopped buying during the recession are back on shopping lists.
Dublin’s Laser DVD is closing down.
The company has taken a 10-year lease on the 8,300 sq ft store.
That’s what Trinity hopes, thanks to its new M.Phil and Centre for Asian Studies.
Economy - Tuesday 28 October, 2014
The ECB’s governing council will consider releasing the letter at its meeting next week
The Strategic Banking Corporation of Ireland (SBCI) will be open for business this week.
Every county town in Ireland will have access to the same broadband technology as Tokyo within a few years.
It’s all good, says the Jobs Minister.
Allow us to change your perspective.
Iceland came out on top while Yemen was listed last.
These rainfall collection devices are mainly used for water plants or cars.
Economy - Monday 27 October, 2014
Seán Kelly claims to have a commitment from the ECB to release the letter.
Economy - Sunday 26 October, 2014
The group confirmed that it has already “provided for” over 80% of the shortfall .
The results are expected to be out shortly after 11am today.
*Hint: It’s not going to be easy.
Economy - Saturday 25 October, 2014
This was the week in business.
He is also meeting over 17 companies in a hope to drum up some jobs in Ireland.
Economy - Friday 24 October, 2014
Independent Dublin TD Tommy Broughan raised his concerns in the Dáil yesterday.
Bloomberg are reporting that the bank failed on the most extreme scenario.
Economy - Thursday 23 October, 2014
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.