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Corporate - Today’s News

Irish businesses urged to give female staff time off work for cervical screenings

One in every five Irish women do not attend a cervical screening when invited.

Apple’s €16 billion profit ‘the biggest in history’

CEO Tim Cook is “kicking ass” according to one analyst. The figures are pretty staggering, even by Apple’s standards.

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Corporate - Yesterday’s News

SME book club: What you can learn from one of the world’s greatest football managers

Step inside the mind of Manchester United’s all-conquering chief.

Waiting game: Government still tossing up sale of Aer Lingus stake

The airline’s proposed buyer has said it will keep Aer Lingus as a separate business.

VHI customer? A small bit of good news for you VHI

VHI customer? A small bit of good news for you

Might save you a few bob.

Irish emigrants returning home for work can expect competitive salaries

Morgan McKinley anticipate salary increases of 5% – 10% for specialist positions in a range of sectors.

Corporate - Monday 26 January, 2015

From TheJournal.ie There’s going to be a Marmite Easter egg this year… Love It?

Good news for Airtricity customers: Your bills will be lower from April

Dual fuel customers stand to save an average of €58.

Good news: 100 new jobs on the way at Viagogo in Limerick, 50 in Dublin

The company has been “overwhelmed by the level of local talent” since opening in Limerick last year.

Planning a last-minute Super Bowl trip? Check out these awesome Airbnb rentals in Phoenix

Planning a trip to the biggest US sporting event of the year? No? … Like looking at pictures of fancy and/or unusual houses? Well, read on, then…

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From TheJournal.ie Jurys Inn chain sold to US investors … for a LOT of money Big Bucks

Jurys Inn chain sold to US investors … for a LOT of money

Lone Star Funds has struck a deal with stakeholders.

One in four Aer Lingus workers could lose jobs in airline takeover

The airline’s board is considering another buyout offer as a union warns of job losses.

From TheJournal.ie €1 in every €3 spent in Ireland is now put on a Visa card Flexible Friends
From TheJournal.ie Hackers claiming to support Islamic State have done this to Malaysia Airlines Lizard Squad

Hackers claiming to support Islamic State have done this to Malaysia Airlines

It is the latest attack linked to a group calling itself the Lizard Squad.

From TheJournal.ie Poll: Would you support the sale of Aer Lingus? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Would you support the sale of Aer Lingus?

Should the State have a stake in the national carrier?

Corporate - Sunday 25 January, 2015

From TheJournal.ie The Government is willing to consider offers for Aer Lingus Family Silver

The Government is willing to consider offers for Aer Lingus

Paschal Donohoe says Ireland’s connectivity is just as important as the price though.

The Big Idea: How to build happier (and more productive) workplaces

Many companies offer workplace perks, but looking after staff mental health can pay even bigger dividends.

Corporate - Saturday 24 January, 2015

It looks like IAG really wants to get their hands on Aer Lingus

Reports today suggest that company has tabled ANOTHER offer for the airline.

Corporate - Friday 23 January, 2015

McDonald’s has seen annual profits fall by 15% in the last year

The restaurant has today released its figures for the 2014 period.

Ireland’s largest firm could be about to get a whole lot larger

CRH is in talks to buy up to €6 billion worth of assets from two rival firms.

Good news: Dublin-based company confirms 100 new jobs

The company has “an immediate requirement” for software developers, system architects and project managers.

From TheJournal.ie Irish people spent a LOT of money over the Christmas period Bling Bling

Corporate - Thursday 22 January, 2015

From TheJournal.ie Shock in Monaghan as Bose closure sees 140 jobs axed Gone

Shock in Monaghan as Bose closure sees 140 jobs axed

The company had been manufacturing audio systems in Monaghan since 1978, but will wind down and cease operations in April.

From TheJournal.ie Who are the 30%ers? What's Diversity?

Who are the 30%ers?

A new movement is pushing for gender balance in the corporate world.

From TheJournal.ie This is how much a club sandwich costs at the world’s most exclusive schmoozefest Exclusive Club

This is how much a club sandwich costs at the world’s most exclusive schmoozefest

Don’t even start us on the champagne and caviar.

From TheJournal.ie Your electricity and gas bills are getting cheaper Meters To Go

Your electricity and gas bills are getting cheaper

Good news, for a change. But just for Bord Gáis Energy customers (Electric Ireland customers have been getting their discount for a while now).

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From TheJournal.ie Fly to Australia for €200? Not with Ryanair you won’t It Ain't Happening

Fly to Australia for €200? Not with Ryanair you won’t

The low-cost airline is looking to provide connections for long-haul carriers, but won’t be flying long distance itself anytime soon…

From TheJournal.ie A billionaire and his nannies… and a few other things going down at Davos We Are The World

A billionaire and his nannies… and a few other things going down at Davos

Tough luck if you weren’t one of the tycoons or celebrities invited.

From TheJournal.ie Fears for Irish jobs as eBay announces plans to cut 2,400 positions Globally

Fears for Irish jobs as eBay announces plans to cut 2,400 positions

The jobs cuts set to be cut in the coming months.

Explainer: Why the ECB will be pulling euro out of thin air… and what it means for you

What is QE all about… and where does Katie Price fit into everything?

Corporate - Wednesday 21 January, 2015

Minted Netflix is aiming for global domination

The online streaming service is planning to speed up its expansion as total subscribers passed 57 million in 2014

From TheJournal.ie Enda Kenny is headed there, along with Denis O’Brien… So what’s this Davos all about? Billionaires Paradise

Enda Kenny is headed there, along with Denis O’Brien… So what’s this Davos all about?

It’s a bit like school camp, but for billionaires.

From TheJournal.ie Who would have guessed – CEOs are concerned about ‘over-regulation’ Regulators Mount Up

Who would have guessed – CEOs are concerned about ‘over-regulation’

Chief executives worldwide are concerned about bureaucratic influence on their businesses…

From TheJournal.ie Klaus Regling has said the Irish were ‘obsessed’ with property Obsessed Much?

Klaus Regling has said the Irish were ‘obsessed’ with property

The ECB man told the banking inquiry it is hard to overstate the part our ‘cultural attitude’ played in the crisis.

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From TheJournal.ie Laya Healthcare taken over by AIG – but what does it mean for Laya’s members? Business As Usual

Laya Healthcare taken over by AIG – but what does it mean for Laya’s members?

Laya has almost half a million members in Ireland.

The words we all use on our CVs (and shouldn’t)

With these buzzwords you are really boring us…

Iarnród Éireann says there’s ‘no basis’ for possible train driver strike

The NBRU said it will move to ballot train drivers for industrial action.

Corporate - Tuesday 20 January, 2015

Ryanair fined for bad customer service… How’s that ‘nice’ thing going for you Michael?

The airline – which has been going through a ‘nice-over’ – will appeal the Italian ruling.

Good news: Irish-owned insurer to hire 125 more people nationwide

The Acorn Life Group is growing year-on-year.

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