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Dublin: 7 °C Sunday 21 December, 2014

Corporate - Yesterday’s News

Corporate - Friday 19 December, 2014

These Offaly protesters don’t want the only bank in their town closed

The Ferbane branch is one of 14 being closed by Ulster Bank.

From TheJournal.ie Survey finds that businesses aren’t that crazy about the new Eircode system Eircode

Survey finds that businesses aren’t that crazy about the new Eircode system

Half of business owners asked did not feel the new post code system would impact on their business.

Corporate - Thursday 18 December, 2014

Aer Lingus rejects takeover offer from the owner of British Airways

The Irish carrier isn’t happy with their valuation.

‘It saddens me to be part of a parliament that brings about this grief’ – Nama told

But the bad bank’s boss came out swinging against claims it was being a bully.

From TheJournal.ie Government could have saved €1 million on hotel to house homeless families NAMA HOTEL

Government could have saved €1 million on hotel to house homeless families

A €4 million bid is being considered for a Nama hotel in Tallaght. It could have been taken off the market for €3 million back in 2012.

From TheJournal.ie Businesses want to make Dublin city safer – here’s how Capital Ideas

Businesses want to make Dublin city safer – here’s how

Better policing, an outreach team and tackling repeat offenders, mostly.

Drivers warned airbags could have an expiry date

Gradual deterioration, rather than a manufacturing fault, is being blamed for motor recalls.

Bewley’s Hotels are about to disappear as a new Dublin hotel king is crowned

Ireland’s biggest hotel operator has agreed to buy 9 hotels for €455 million.

Flying home for Christmas? There will be strikes at some UK airports

Unite members are going on strike on December 23.

Corporate - Wednesday 17 December, 2014

From TheJournal.ie Hackers have scared Hollywood into not releasing Seth Rogen’s new North Korea film Glorious Leader

Hackers have scared Hollywood into not releasing Seth Rogen’s new North Korea film

It comes after cinema chains all over the US dropped plans for ‘The Interview’ from their screens.

From TheJournal.ie The budget will take a big hit next year because of Irish Water: ESRI Leaking Cash

The budget will take a big hit next year because of Irish Water: ESRI

But at least things are looking good for jobs and the economy.

Corporate - Tuesday 16 December, 2014

From TheJournal.ie Flight cancelled? You could be owed up to €600 Payback

Flight cancelled? You could be owed up to €600

Regulations mean that passengers are due compensation a sliding scale.

Corporate - Monday 15 December, 2014

From TheJournal.ie ‘Pink tax’ on products aimed at women should be boycotted – Senator Unfair

‘Pink tax’ on products aimed at women should be boycotted – Senator

Labour’s Lorraine Higgins says it’s an example of “gender price discrimination”.

KPMG to check if €500k was misappropriated from Bord Gáis Eireann

A whistleblower has reportedly come forward with the information.

From TheJournal.ie Here’s some good news if you earn the minimum wage Cash Money This post contains videos

Here’s some good news if you earn the minimum wage

A new Low Pay Commission is being set up to examine the current rate of €8.65 and whether it should be increased.

H&M is about to open its new Dublin flagship store and its sales keep on going up

The company is known for recruiting celebrities as the faces of its campaigns.

Ireland’s biggest company is offloading over €500 million in clay and concrete

But there’s still plenty more to be put up for sale…

From The Daily Edge Wetherspoons set to join Camden Street nightlife district with 100-room hotel and pub Spoons

Wetherspoons set to join Camden Street nightlife district with 100-room hotel and pub

The company has bought a former homeless hostel, in its first move into central Dublin.

LuxLeaks whistleblower: ‘I’m not the only one’

Antoine Deltour was charged on Friday with theft, money-laundering and exposing trade secrets.

Corporate - Sunday 14 December, 2014

From TheJournal.ie What is it like to work at Hooters? Hooters Girls

What is it like to work at Hooters?

Not too bad, by the looks of it.

From TheJournal.ie Over 25 businesses object to new homeless hostel in Dublin city centre Fitzwilliam Street

Over 25 businesses object to new homeless hostel in Dublin city centre

Dublin Simon has defended its reputation following the objections.

Corporate - Saturday 13 December, 2014

Corporate - Friday 12 December, 2014

The contentious Dublin Christmas Market has a 100 per cent approval rate

According to a survey from the group that set it up … The Restaurants Association of Ireland have criticised it for an over-reliance on fast food operators.

This Irish company has gone public in New York and it’s already worth a cool $1.6 billion

Avolon sold 13.6 million shares yesterday. Get ready for takeoff…

Ireland needs more backers to get ‘skin in the game’ for business to grow

Owner-operators are far too dependent on banks for finance… and it’s getting worse.

50 new jobs in Dublin aim to stop that buzzing sound in your ear

Another 80 positions were also announced in Cork.

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From TheJournal.ie This is what Nama’s €450m plan for Dublin’s docks looks like Shiny And New

This is what Nama’s €450m plan for Dublin’s docks looks like

The bad bank is part of a consortium backing the major development.

Corporate - Thursday 11 December, 2014

The economy ‘flatlined’ over the summer, but Michael Noonan’s not worried

The country’s still on target to meet its Budget forecasts.

Revenue is looking for Luxleaks links to Irish tax dodging

Several companies with domestic operations are tied up in the scandal.

A brand-new Supermacs means 100 jobs for Clare

Supermacs wants to replicate the success of the Barack Obama Plaza in Clare.

From TheJournal.ie NAMA’s court bid to seize dead farmer’s land from widow and son Bad Bank

NAMA’s court bid to seize dead farmer’s land from widow and son

The Public Accounts Committee is to seek a hearing with the widow of a farmer who took his own life two years ago.

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From TheJournal.ie You could be waking up to a new Lidl near you Jobswatch

Sky has joined the fibre broadband wars. And it’s undercutting its main rivals

All the big telecoms players are offering high-speed broadband in Ireland from today.

Corporate - Wednesday 10 December, 2014

Walt Disney paid less than 1% tax on its billion-dollar profits: Luxleaks

Pressure is mounting on European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker.

Allianz is creating dozens of jobs in Dublin (again)

The health insurer has announced 100 new positions at its Dublin offices.

From TheJournal.ie A row over cheap Heineken pints could derail JD Wetherspoon’s march on Ireland Beers At 10 Paces

A row over cheap Heineken pints could derail JD Wetherspoon’s march on Ireland

The Dutch brewer refused to supply the latest venue in Dún Laoghaire and things snowballed from there…

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