Economy - Today’s News
It’s pretty stunning.
Rory O’Farrell’s Melosity is looking to redefine how Irish musicians record their sounds. A product ‘with the wow factor’ is the first priority.
That means they make up 1% of Ireland’s high earners.
Everyone was talking about SiteServ, mobilegeddon and food-delivery wars.
The average amount awarded to banks was €600,000.
Economy - Yesterday’s News
The former finance minister explained why IBRC and the department didn’t always get along.
Although hopefully most of them don’t actually have the plague.
The former IBRC chairman has said he is “extremely angry” at suggestions of malpractice or criminality in the sale of Siteserv.
More documents released under FOI show that Siteserv was not the only issue of contention between the department and IBRC.
Put them to the test.
The country is still an expensive place to do business.
5% of the tax-paying population are on salaries of €100,000 or greater…
Newly-released documents show major tensions between the former Anglo Irish Bank and the Department of Finance.
Economy - Thursday 23 April, 2015
The company shifted 1,900 manufacturing jobs to Poland in 2009.
Former AIB chair Dermot Gleeson is before the banking inquiry today.
Catherine Murphy tells us about the “extraordinary turn of events” that led to taxpayers losing millions.
The trick is to make the providers do the work for you…
Economy - Wednesday 22 April, 2015
The documents were released to independent TD Catherine Murphy under Freedom of Information.
David Duffy was in front of the Oireachtas Finance Committee today, although it didn’t seem like too much of an ordeal for him…
Nama took its turn before the banking inquiry today.
German fashion company Zalando is set to create 200 tech jobs in Dublin with its ‘Fashion Insight Centre’.
Earlier, Alan Dukes denied any impropriety in the sale of Siteserv to the Denis O’Brien company.
The company behind the Orient Express will be launching here from next August. They’re creating 50 jobs while they’re at it…
Economy - Tuesday 21 April, 2015
Sixty-five grand a house. Not bad.
It has been reported today that as many as 60 stores could be set to close.
The news could mean brilliant things for the economy out west…
Economy - Monday 20 April, 2015
The taxes are rollin’ in for Michael Noonan.
Economy - Sunday 19 April, 2015
Everyone was talking about startup cash, Tesco’s dethroning and a Kildare village for sale.
“It was like someone had a gun to my head. I was crying on the steps of the bank.”
Economy - Saturday 18 April, 2015
Brian Cowen told reporters he was looking forward to his appearance at the Banking Inquiry.
Economy - Friday 17 April, 2015
The former taoiseach will appear before the inquiry along with several other key figures from the crash this summer.
Economy - Thursday 16 April, 2015
If you haven’t heard of them, you know their campaigns. Thinkhouse do things a little differently…
The local planning group wants 400,000 passengers to use the terminal each year.
And we sure do like our Volkswagens…
Economy - Wednesday 15 April, 2015
The chain have been present on south Dublin’s main shopping stretch for over 20 years.
… giving us easily the largest increases seen across the EU last year.
That’s one way to make your point.
That’s according to the latest predictions from the IMF.
Could a ‘Brexit’ be even worse news for us than it is for them?