Economy - Today’s News
A two-night stay in the Highlands, including flights and sight-seeing all up for grabs.
Economy - Wednesday 18 March, 2015
The two franchises are at trademark loggerheads over the Irish fast food retailer’s name
Goldman Sachs assessment is not going down well with Sinn Féin.
Economy - Tuesday 17 March, 2015
We need to face up to what’s gone wrong with spatial policy in this country.
The Danish-formed takeaway aggregator has posted some impressive Irish results for 2014
Loans from so-called sub-prime lenders are four times more likely to be in arrears than those from the mainstream banks
Economy - Monday 16 March, 2015
The inquiry is finally up and running and it’s had its moments…
If prices aren’t going to start shooting up again, that is.
It will be sold across 900 UK Tesco stores.
The US is the number-one weapons exporter – but where do they all go?
Put it this way – it’s a good time to be a US tourist in Europe.
Economy - Sunday 15 March, 2015
And the country could have to pay penalties worth up to €400 million a year if things do go wrong.
Some companies get the marketing of maternal-appreciation day very right. Others, not so much…
Economy - Saturday 14 March, 2015
It may sound kitsch to bring folks along to a green themed breakfast or lunch engagement, but it works, writes Aaron McKenna.
Economy - Friday 13 March, 2015
Advertising and cost-cutting are keeping the books balanced for the media group.
Economy - Thursday 12 March, 2015
Some 358 Irish-linked accounts were revealed in leaked details of HSBC’s Swiss operations.
We’ve left the rest of the Eurozone for dust over the last 12 months
Singapore has the nicest one in case you’re wondering
LexisNexis has big plans.
Voluntary duties are to be withdrawn from prison officers under industrial action voted on yesterday.
Economy - Wednesday 11 March, 2015
As part of a scam to pay lower motor tax
The bank wants to raise €525 million from private investors and most of that will go to the government.
The currency has already hit a new 12-year low today.
Economy - Tuesday 10 March, 2015
Proposals to reduce the term of bankruptcy from three years to one are being considered with new measures to be announced in April.
Gordon Brown reckons a Brexit would make the UK akin to the ‘North Korea of Europe’. So… would it?
Richard Bruton has come under fire as he claims “substantial progress” on jobs.
Mandate Trade Union says the strike has the potential to escalate further.
Employers in the southernmost province are gearing up for a hiring splurge over the next three months
That’s if action isn’t taken, the ESRI has warned.
Economy - Monday 9 March, 2015
New CEO Steve Easterbrook faces an uphill challenge to recast as a ‘modern, progressive burger company’
Big or small, north or south – we have the figures for them all.
The currency is headed towards equal footing with the US dollar.
The European Central Bank’s €1.1 trillion QE plan starts today.
But land values are predicted to rise, which could mean more property eventually on the market.
It may not be the place you expected.
It has been predicted that the number of home repossessions will grow significantly.
Economy - Sunday 8 March, 2015
Energy Elephant’s big idea is deceptively simple.
Ireland is looking pretty ‘big-boned’…
Warren Buffett has been incredibly successful…