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Dublin: 16 °C Friday 19 September, 2014

Corporate - Today’s News

From TheJournal.ie UK debt collectors hired to chase down north’s M50 toll evaders Down With Epc

UK debt collectors hired to chase down north’s M50 toll evaders

London firm EPC is already tasked with recovering unpaid M50 fines in Ireland.

Fancy yourself as the next Michael O’Leary? New third-level courses could be for you

DCU and the DAA have joined up to establish the Dublin Aviation Institute.

Business owners, today is ‘e-Day’ for public payments. What should you be doing?

Business can no longer pay public sector bodies by cheque.

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Corporate - Yesterday’s News

More staff shown the door at Microsoft, though Irish workers should be safe

Latest layoffs the next round of company’s 18,000 job cuts.

Irish greyhounds are going global, but industry still gone to dogs

Greyhound board pens deal to take local races to William Hill’s online gamblers.

Company behind bulk marketing texts says Irish trade is ‘challenging’

Zamano reports a fall in sales and profits, blames ComReg code of practice for bad local figures.

Corporate - Wednesday 17 September, 2014

First step Tullamore, then the world

Tullamore Dew returns to namesake town after 60 years as global demand for Irish whiskey keeps on growing.

Most directors think a who-you-know culture remains for getting on a company’s board

As many as 19% believe this it is mainly the case in State-owned companies.

Sony smartphones not so clever any more

Company predicts massive losses after writing off more than €1 billion in worthless goodwill for its mobiles.

From TheJournal.ie There’s a “real risk” that the Banking Inquiry could collapse Warning

There’s a “real risk” that the Banking Inquiry could collapse

An early General Election or lengthy court proceedings could scupper the work of the inquiry entirely, Fianna Fáil’s Michael McGrath is warning.

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Sure the ping pong is fun, but IT staff also want to do good work

Survey says IT workers now prefer startups to big tech companies so they get to do interesting projects.

Corporate - Tuesday 16 September, 2014

‘Double Irish’ tax loophole in the firing line

OECD wants to cut down on corporate tax shifting. We look at what all the fuss is about.

Corporate - Monday 15 September, 2014

From TheJournal.ie Argos needs 500 more staff to cope with Christmas rush Deck The Halls

Argos needs 500 more staff to cope with Christmas rush

Dublin gets the bulk of the extra jobs, but positions on offer in 22 Irish cities and towns.

The owners of Miller and Bavaria want to buy Heineken – but the Dutch are holding out

SABMiller is the second-largest brewing company in the world, Heineken is third.

Corporate - Saturday 13 September, 2014

From TheJournal.ie Progress at last in battle to save heritage ship from the scrapyard Saints Alive

Progress at last in battle to save heritage ship from the scrapyard

Campaigners want to turn the former Aran Islands ferry into a plush floating hostel, but they’ve been beset with a series of obstacles.

Corporate - Friday 12 September, 2014

Burton thanks IBM for JobBridge support

Company says 50 new jobs coming in Dublin multilingual sales centre.

Companies too worried about themselves, not enough about jobless: Tesco boss

Tony Keohane says businesses need to do more to help long-term unemployed.

Kilkenny food giant Glanbia splurges nearly €120m on protein potions

The company announces a cash buyout of US sports supplement maker Isopure.

Corporate - Thursday 11 September, 2014

From TheJournal.ie No nukes are good nukes: former Japanese PM’s advice to Ireland Clean Energy

No nukes are good nukes: former Japanese PM’s advice to Ireland

Ex-PM Naoto Kan says nuclear power should be consigned to the history books after Fukushima disaster.

Corporate - Wednesday 10 September, 2014

From TheJournal.ie Watchdog investigates Yourtel over Eircom complaints confusion ComReg

Watchdog investigates Yourtel over Eircom complaints confusion

Many customers were blaming Eircom for problems experienced with Yourtel’s service.

From TheJournal.ie Can’t organise a Taoiseach in a brewery? Ok, Guinness can Something Brewing

Can’t organise a Taoiseach in a brewery? Ok, Guinness can

Enda Kenny opens the biggest stout brewery in the world, but resists the temptation to have a pint.

Deloitte is hiring 100 new staff

The financial firm also has opportunities for graduates and undergraduates.

Lower airfares from Dublin at risk as cold water poured on price plan

Aviation watchdog said airport’s license in danger if lower charges mean security cuts.

Corporate - Tuesday 9 September, 2014

Hoteliers riding on the back of tourists. Not literally though

Dalata Hotel Group reports income boost, buys another hotel.

Corporate - Monday 8 September, 2014

Ryanair’s new planes will have more seats AND leg room

They’re also costing a cool $22 billion.

From TheJournal.ie 10,000 Irish women could be victims of faulty PIP implants: lawyers Pip Scandal

10,000 Irish women could be victims of faulty PIP implants: lawyers

Potential €150 million lawsuit against PIP certifier on behalf of local patients even if implants haven’t ruptured.

From TheJournal.ie What do people think of Leo’s big plan to tackle health insurance? Everybody Freeze

What do people think of Leo’s big plan to tackle health insurance?

The recently-installed health minister wants companies to freeze their prices. But can his big idea work? Here’s what people think of it…

Corporate - Saturday 6 September, 2014

Italian strikes mean cancelled flights today

The strikes are by baggage handlers.

Corporate - Friday 5 September, 2014

Flying high: August was Knock Airport’s busiest month in history

Traffic to and from the UK is still strong – up 21% on last August.

Corporate - Thursday 4 September, 2014

Nama’d developer of Swords homes made €143 million loss in 2012

Developer Gerry Gannon was also part of the Maple 10 Anglo Irish Bank transaction.

There’s a new man in the saddle at Paddy Power

Analysts said they’re unconcerned by Andy McCue’s lack of online experience.

Aer Lingus passenger numbers continue to increase, up 7%

There was also a 22.3% increase in the number of transatlantic passengers, which stood at 148,000.

Corporate - Wednesday 3 September, 2014

Low fares mean Ryanair jets are getting really full

Record 9.4 million punters used the low-cost carrier last month.

Ulster Bank is selling a massive €1.7 billion Irish loan book

The bank is hoping to sell its non-performing loans while interest in the Irish market is strong, experts said.

Six shopping centres up for grabs, going rate €120 million

Total of seven properties on the market to claw back some of Bank of Scotland’s billions in Irish loans.

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Got €27 million to spare? Five star Adare Manor could be yours

The real estate agent this morning denied that Nama is selling the property.

Corporate - Tuesday 2 September, 2014

Return of the old guard at Quinn Group as long-time stakeholders swoop on sales process

Sean Quinn has given his ‘moral support’ to the bid.

Tech firms’ tax shifting ‘not an Irish issue’: Bruton

Medtronic execs hit with €48 million bill for moving company’s tax from US to Ireland

Mobile company Three announces 160 job losses

The company said the changes are being made because of duplication in roles after its acquisition of O2.

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