Corporate - Today’s News
Mo Flynn will take on the position vacated by Angela Kerins.
Targets and backing for the renewable-energy sources should end after 2020, the state supplier says.
*Except tracker mortgage holders.
He has connections, and the IDA uses them.
Now THAT’s what we call a spinoff.
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.
Corporate - Yesterday’s News
Sure it can be hard, but here are a few things that could help.
Products that people stopped buying during the recession are back on shopping lists.
The UK’s Serious Fraud Office has stepped in.
Was that the magic word “discount” we just heard?
About 1,200 pubs to be exact – that should do the trick.
And the company is keeping very quiet about any talks with the US tech behemoth.
Corporate - Tuesday 28 October, 2014
The rises will hit Luas, regional buses and all train routes.
The FAI, Eircom and Volkswagen were also hit with complaints.
But the biggest gains are still coming from German imports Aldi and Lidl.
Every county town in Ireland will have access to the same broadband technology as Tokyo within a few years.
Allow us to change your perspective.
It’s all good, says the Jobs Minister.
Iceland came out on top while Yemen was listed last.
Corporate - Monday 27 October, 2014
Business advice, Jerry Kennelly style.
Corporate - Sunday 26 October, 2014
So Google knows almost everything about how you shop, which is a bit creepy really…
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.
Corporate - Saturday 25 October, 2014
This was the week in business.
“You’re an a*******. You’re a F****** A*******.”
He is also meeting over 17 companies in a hope to drum up some jobs in Ireland.
Corporate - Friday 24 October, 2014
If you have a Volkswagen Polo 1,2 TDI, you should definitely read this.
Why one Irish entrepreneur hired staff from India, Portugal and Sweden over local workers.
Roden is the founder of Ding, a company which employs 150 people in Dublin.
Bloomberg are reporting that the bank failed on the most extreme scenario.
Corporate - Thursday 23 October, 2014
It was good enough for the Queen, but Cork Airport hasn’t been getting any love from those extra punters.
‘Who said women don’t know how to drive’… What could possibly go wrong with a slogan like that?
The supermarket chain’s Irish performance was the worst of any country for the last six months.
Corporate - Wednesday 22 October, 2014
Sure you’d find that down the back of the couch, right? If only…
It made an estimated £371 million in revenue in the region in 2013.
And the bad bank’s boss says if overseas owners want to pull apart Irish businesses there’s not much he can do.
Results will come out on Sunday. Don’t they know it’s a long weekend?
Planning permission for Harold’s Cross will be sought before it’s put on the market.
The State’s bad bank is aiming to wind up ahead of schedule.