Category: Business

Court awards €550,000 damages to businessman who had pr...

THE High Court has awarded a man €550,000 in damages against a receiver who acted “without lawful authority” in possessing five pr...

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Banks to be told to maintain cash services under propos...

Banks will be required to keep access to cash services at 2022 levels under a new legislative framework recommended in the Retail ...

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Firms struggling to meet rising pay expectations as inf...

Around 60pc of companies are finding it difficult to meet increased salary expectations as the rising cost of living crunch feeds ...

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Bank of Ireland listed on eurozone gender equality inde...

Bank of Ireland has made it on to a gender equality index run by the Paris stock exchange, the only Irish company to feature on th...

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It may be hard to stomach, but the loosening of restric...

Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe probably would have preferred to be at least a minority shareholder in AIB and Permanent TSB befo...

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EasyJet targets full capacity as slump boosts discount ...

EasyJet Plc said enduring demand for flights should allow it to return to pre-pandemic levels of capacity by next summer, even as ...

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Operating profit jumps at Greencore following ‘resilien...

Convenience food manufacturer Greencore has reported a jump in profits in the year to September 30, helped by strong demand in its...

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Elon Musk claims Apple is ‘threatening’ to boot Twitter...

Elon Musk is starting a Twitter war of words with one of the social media app’s most important partners: Apple.

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Global factors are crunching dairy sector numbers as fa...

The outlook for the dairy sector is mixed, with world and EU milk supplies down but inflation and high prices are impacting demand...

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Cyber Monday spending rebounds as inflation prompts bar...

Spending on Cyber Monday, the biggest US online shopping day, may hit a record $11.6bn (€11bn), according to a report, as discount...

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Ireland shedding ‘soft touch’ tag, with almost €1bn in ...

Does nearly €1bn in data fines mean Ireland is finally on top of regulating big tech?

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Dublin Coach sues Daimler Benz unit over €10m ‘loss and...

Irish coach operator Last Bus, which trades as Dublin Coach, has brought a multi-million euro claim against a UK unit of Daimler B...

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Businesses are in a rush for tax clearance certificates...

Businesses are rushing to apply for up-to-date tax clearance certificates so they can get State energy subsidies by the end of the...

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Cattle prices heading for €5.20/kg plus bonuses in spri...

A base price of €5.20/kg plus bonuses is possible this coming spring, according to Paul Nolan of the Dawn Meats group.

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China unrest dents iPhone supply ahead of Christmas sho...

Turmoil at Apple's key manufacturing hub of Zhengzhou is likely to result in a production shortfall of close to six million iPhone...

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