Economy - Today’s News
There’s a lot going on up North in the New Year.
Economy - Yesterday’s News
Sean Moroney ran a moving company in Boston. He’s been back home for two years — and says he’s sent out ‘hundreds’ of CVs looking for work.
People all over the country have had their cards rejected today.
Matt Carty of Sinn Fein said he hopes the goverment will be “robust” in making sure the ECB does take part.
So much for getting it easy because you’re the new guy.
…When really you’re killing it on Candy Crush.
Crazy shoppers at the ready….
The European Commission asked Ireland to change legislation, and they haven’t.
Economy - Wednesday 26 November, 2014
A new CSO report has revealed that since the same time last year, the number of people unemployed has fallen by 37,000.
The banking inquiry’s public hearings will begin the week after next – but it looks like the ECB won’t be there.
But will Ireland get any money from a plan already criticised for being “scant on detail”?
Governor Patrick Honohan says the “seeds of trouble” for a new bubble could already be growing.
Because we're sure he has enough socks this year...
… but that still puts them 37.8% lower than their 2007 peak.
The Ryanair boss took aim at the government for continuing to “piss away billions” despite the recession.
Aerogen’s drug nebulisers are being used in the intensive-care units of hospitals in 70 countries.
Economy - Tuesday 25 November, 2014
The world’s biggest sandwich maker is still growing fast despite last year’s horse-meat scandal.
Over 300 properties with a combined reserve of €56 million will go in two massive sales.
John Corrigan will leave the NTMA on 4 January.
Workers in the public sector get nearly 50% more on average than those in private companies.
The Fiscal Advisory Council says that the government could have moved the country to a “zone of safety” in the last budget.
Economy - Monday 24 November, 2014
Every home, business and school in Ireland will have access to high-speed broadband… but when?
Who’s the tax haven now, so?
Conor Skehan says Irish people must stop thinking of renting as ‘dead money’.
Economy - Sunday 23 November, 2014
Despite receiving more IDA visits than surrounding counties, it is not considered the area’s economic capital.
And how tweaking those changes would have shifted the Budget picture.
Economy - Saturday 22 November, 2014
The TEEU’s conference heard that they wan ta roll-back on concession made over the last seven years.
This was the week in business.
Economy - Friday 21 November, 2014
The signalling system has failed three times this month — ALWAYS at the start of the evening rush hour.
They’re out of town now until next spring.
People are expecting extra cash after years of shrinking pay packets.
Those on tracker loans will hear the decision-making process of the ECB’s record-low interest rates.
Economy - Thursday 20 November, 2014
The government could have another €400m in the coffers each year now it has struck a deal.
Meet the brains behind one of the Irish food startups to taste success through the Food Academy programme.
Workers across all industry sectors take an average of 5.5 days off per year.
Economy - Wednesday 19 November, 2014
But it gets more complicated when you look at where the raw product comes from.
…and how it’s going to be spent.
The Limerick Strand Hotel is the latest property to be snapped up by the man Al Gore dubbed “Darth Vader”.
Luxembourg’s massive foreign born population means they’re on top.
Economy - Tuesday 18 November, 2014
Love Irish Food says nearly all consumers would prefer to know where their groceries are made.
The central bank has been accused of treating Ireland with disdain.