Economy - Yesterday’s News
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.
There are lots of brilliant moments to be had just across the water.
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.
Economy - Monday 17 November, 2014
Business recovery is spreading and that’s good news for workers.
In the capital, rents are now almost 30% above their lowest point in 2012 and less than 10% below their 2007 peaks.
Economy - Sunday 16 November, 2014
The country is behind many eastern European nations when it comes to broadband access.
They’re so different. Mostly.
Economy - Saturday 15 November, 2014
Bookies claim that outdated legislation forcing them to close early is putting hundreds of people out of work each winter.
Economy - Friday 14 November, 2014
There has been a steady increase in the number of people signing on to do apprenticeships.
By midnight yesterday, over 397,000 income tax returns for 2013 were filed.
Former ECB President Jean Claude Trichet has previously said that he will not appear before the committee.
The NRA says the new flyover should be open to traffic by Thursday.
Ireland manager Martin O’Neill explains why a winning mentality is essential for success.
The NBRU is attempting to delay the tender process for 10% of Dublin’s routes.
The bank’s boss is not a fan of buyers having to save a 20% deposit.
Economy - Thursday 13 November, 2014
Higher health and motor insurance premiums are driving up inflation.
The European Commission president was happy to talk up his work luring multinationals when he was Luxembourg’s premier.
Here’s what the bank’s chief would reveal today about how long that will take…
As a national average, people pay 2.6% more to live within 200 metres of a primary school.
Economy - Wednesday 12 November, 2014
The bank’s boss said its lending costs were still higher than those of bigger competitors.
Thousands of customers were unable to access their accounts in 2012.
Irish funds are taking more risks with pension money… and those holes are growing.
It’s an emotional rollercoaster.
The fines were handed down by UK and US regulators.
The National Roads Authority is to outsource its running to the same company that operates the tolled Port Tunnel in Dublin.
Four in five households say they’re concerned water charges will put a further strain on their finances.
Economy - Tuesday 11 November, 2014
*If new laws proposed by the global banking watchdog are brought in… and if they actually work.
What can local retailers do to win back all the Irish online shoppers spending their cash overseas?
The council is liaising with gardaí on the issue of the illegal ads.
They see me rollin’.
Jerome Levy — grandfather of the firm’s current chairman David Levy — saw trouble coming, and sold his stocks before the 1929 crash.
Economy - Monday 10 November, 2014
The Credit Review Office has been overturning a lot of rejected applications.
There has been an “almost continuous stream of good news” for the Irish economy lately.
The government is taking most of the money it costs to fill up your car anyway…
The man said he and his co-worker were actually eating a Mars bar on the shop floor but the Employment Appeals Tribunal said his dismissal was fair.