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Tuesday 12 September, 2017

From Business ETC A Mullingar boutique owner has been handed a €3m bill for unpaid taxes Retail

A Mullingar boutique owner has been handed a €3m bill for unpaid taxes

The woman reached the biggest settlement on the latest tax defaulters list.

Monday 11 September, 2017

From Business ETC Ireland's biggest chicken producer has been sold for more than €1 billion Food And Drink

Ireland's biggest chicken producer has been sold for more than €1 billion

US company Pilgrim’s Pride will become Moy Park’s third owner in less than a decade.

Monday 4 September, 2017

From Business ETC Poll: Should caps on bankers' pay and bonuses be lifted? Opinion This post contains a poll

Poll: Should caps on bankers' pay and bonuses be lifted?

The government is weighing up relaxing policies in place since the bank bailouts.

Thursday 31 August, 2017

From Business ETC The ex-boss of Brown Thomas is taking over the reins at Dublin Airport Transport

The ex-boss of Brown Thomas is taking over the reins at Dublin Airport

Dalton Philips was also the head of UK supermarket Morrisons for five years.

Thursday 24 August, 2017

From Business ETC Dublin's Cubic Telecom has got a huge funding boost from Audi and other backers Internet

Dublin's Cubic Telecom has got a huge funding boost from Audi and other backers

The €40 million investment will be used to recruit more engineering staff and expand overseas.

Tuesday 22 August, 2017

From Business ETC 'Dublin needs hundreds of student beds approved every month for the next decade' Building And Property

'Dublin needs hundreds of student beds approved every month for the next decade'

Accommodation of all types is urgently needed as the supply of rental properties hits a record low.

Thursday 17 August, 2017

From Business ETC Sam McCauley Chemists delivered a tidy profit before its €50m takeover Retail

Sam McCauley Chemists delivered a tidy profit before its €50m takeover

The 64-year-old company recently sold a majority stake to a private investment firm.

Wednesday 19 July, 2017

From Business ETC INM has issued a profit warning - blaming Brexit, lower readership and boardroom woes Media And Arts

INM has issued a profit warning - blaming Brexit, lower readership and boardroom woes

Ireland’s largest publisher has painted a bleak picture for 2017.

Tuesday 27 June, 2017

From Business ETC After more than 200 years in one family's hands, Manor Farm has been sold to a Swedish firm Agbribusiness

After more than 200 years in one family's hands, Manor Farm has been sold to a Swedish firm

Ireland’s biggest chicken producer has been valued at €94 million in the deal.

Monday 26 June, 2017

From Business ETC Waterford Airport's new UK service has been told to stop selling flights without a licence Transport

Waterford Airport's new UK service has been told to stop selling flights without a licence

But Aer Southeast says it hopes to have the facility restored within days.

Monday 19 June, 2017

From Business ETC A wind farm investor wants to raise €250m in a float on the Irish Stock Exchange Resource And Energy

A wind farm investor wants to raise €250m in a float on the Irish Stock Exchange

Greencoat Renewables intends to buy more wind farms in the Republic with the funding.

Friday 2 June, 2017

From Business ETC Web Summit's profits took a dive during its final year in Dublin Startups

Web Summit's profits took a dive during its final year in Dublin

But the event’s parent company has been expanding fast as it rolls out new conferences.

Wednesday 31 May, 2017

From Business ETC AIB's boss says the bank is 'within touching distance' of repaying all its bailout money Financial Services

AIB's boss says the bank is 'within touching distance' of repaying all its bailout money

The government has pulled the trigger on the bank’s €3 billion re-float.

Tuesday 30 May, 2017

From Business ETC Eason has sold out of the newspaper and magazine distribution trade Media And Arts

Eason has sold out of the newspaper and magazine distribution trade

The 130-year-old retailer has offloaded its stake in EM News Distribution for €3.6 million.

Tuesday 23 May, 2017

From Business ETC The corporate watchdog 'fully accepts' Seán FitzPatrick trial flaws - and blames its own staff Financial Services

The corporate watchdog 'fully accepts' Seán FitzPatrick trial flaws - and blames its own staff

It admits some investigators had ‘no training or experience’ in taking witness statements.

Thursday 18 May, 2017

From Business ETC Love Irish Food has to stop 'misleading' ads that say its brands use Irish ingredients Marketing

Love Irish Food has to stop 'misleading' ads that say its brands use Irish ingredients

It followed a complaint over salmon from Scotland that bore the group’s logo.

Wednesday 10 May, 2017

From Business ETC Irish startup funding is expected to come back to Earth after a record-breaking 2016 Funding

Irish startup funding is expected to come back to Earth after a record-breaking 2016

But investment in high-tech SMEs has been headed in the right direction so far this year.

Tuesday 9 May, 2017

From Business ETC The state's public pay body says workers should contribute more for their pensions Policy

The state's public pay body says workers should contribute more for their pensions

The group also recommended any ‘adjustments’ to public pay should come with better productivity.

From Business ETC Ireland's largest private landlord gets ahead of rent caps with its €2,750-per-month units Building And Property

Ireland's largest private landlord gets ahead of rent caps with its €2,750-per-month units

But the company is apparently having no trouble finding tenants for its Dublin properties.

From Business ETC Rent controls are 'creating a two-tier system' as prices hit all-time highs Building And Property

Rent controls are 'creating a two-tier system' as prices hit all-time highs

The severe lack of properties means those looking for new homes are being forced to pay a premium.

Monday 1 May, 2017

From Business ETC Ireland's demand for energy is rising fast - and it's mainly due to data centres Resource And Energy

Ireland's demand for energy is rising fast - and it's mainly due to data centres

The trend is putting the state on a collision course with the EU over renewable-energy targets.

From Business ETC Poll: Do you think unions are right to push for wholesale pay rises this year? Opinion This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you think unions are right to push for wholesale pay rises this year?

Crane drivers are the latest to lodge a claim for more money as the economy bounces back.

Tuesday 25 April, 2017

From Business ETC Dublin's Johnston Logistics has been sold to a German transport giant Transport

Dublin's Johnston Logistics has been sold to a German transport giant

Brothers Albert and Ivan Johnston are both in line for a substantial payday as part of the deal.

Monday 3 April, 2017

From Business ETC Poll: Are you worried that Ireland is headed for another property bubble? Building And Property This post contains a poll

Poll: Are you worried that Ireland is headed for another property bubble?

The ESRI recently warned that an overheating housing market could pose a risk to the economy.

Tuesday 7 March, 2017

From Business ETC Ardagh's Irish boss could be sitting on a €1.5bn fortune when his company goes public Manufacturing

Ardagh's Irish boss could be sitting on a €1.5bn fortune when his company goes public

Chairman Paul Coulson started buying into the former Irish Glass Bottle Company two decades ago.

Tuesday 7 February, 2017

From Business ETC 'Nobody's going away to the Bahamas': Celtic Media's sale to INM worth 'less than €4m' Media And Arts

'Nobody's going away to the Bahamas': Celtic Media's sale to INM worth 'less than €4m'

The company’s boss today said the business model for newspapers was ‘broken’.

Thursday 2 February, 2017

From Business ETC How much has Ireland's Apple tax appeal cost so far? €1.8m and counting Policy

How much has Ireland's Apple tax appeal cost so far? €1.8m and counting

Michael Noonan today stepped back from claims Ireland’s tax rate was under attack.

Thursday 12 January, 2017

From Business ETC A record number of passengers used Dublin Airport last year Transport

A record number of passengers used Dublin Airport last year

Traffic at Ireland’s main air hub hit nearly 28 million people in 2016.

Sunday 8 January, 2017

From Business ETC Video: How a small cider-maker in west Cork bagged a deal with a global drinks giant Food And Drink

Video: How a small cider-maker in west Cork bagged a deal with a global drinks giant

The firm behind Stonewell Cider is now selling across France thanks to an agreement with Carlsberg.

Monday 26 December, 2016

From Business ETC Our 9 favourite business stories of the year Opinion

Our 9 favourite business stories of the year

We take a look back at some personal highlights from Fora for 2016.

Friday 9 December, 2016

From Business ETC Irish banana giant Fyffes is being taken over by one of Japan's biggest companies Food And Drink

Irish banana giant Fyffes is being taken over by one of Japan's biggest companies

The Sumitomo Corporation will pay just over €750m for the Dublin-based fruit supplier.

Monday 5 December, 2016

From Business ETC One of our journalists just won a major business news award Media And Arts

One of our journalists just won a major business news award

Fora reporter Paul O’Donoghue was declared ‘upcoming journalist of the year’.

Wednesday 23 November, 2016

From Business ETC The Central Bank is relaxing its mortgage rules for first-time buyers Building And Property

The Central Bank is relaxing its mortgage rules for first-time buyers

Starter-home purchasers will only have to pay 10% deposits – regardless of the property value.

Tuesday 22 November, 2016

From Business ETC Employment hits a post-crash high amid some 'worrying signs' for Ireland's ongoing recovery Work

Employment hits a post-crash high amid some 'worrying signs' for Ireland's ongoing recovery

More people are joining the workforce as the number in jobs tops 2 million.

Thursday 17 November, 2016

From Business ETC Hungary is bringing in the EU's lowest corporate tax rate Policy

Hungary is bringing in the EU's lowest corporate tax rate

The competition to attract multinationals’ investment keeps heating up.

Wednesday 16 November, 2016

From Business ETC The IFA has a new boss and this time it's being very up-front about his salary Agribusiness

The IFA has a new boss and this time it's being very up-front about his salary

The move follows a pay scandal last year over former boss Pat Smith’s €500,000 salary package.

Friday 11 November, 2016

From Business ETC Irish TV seeks 'necessary and unavoidable' court protection over mounting debts Media And Arts

Irish TV seeks 'necessary and unavoidable' court protection over mounting debts

The company needs new investors to stay afloat.

Thursday 10 November, 2016

From Business ETC Half of Ireland's tech workers think their skills will be obsolete in a decade Work

Half of Ireland's tech workers think their skills will be obsolete in a decade

But IT professionals continue to be in hot demand with most fielding headhunting calls several times a year.

Wednesday 9 November, 2016

From Business ETC Online currency exchange CurrencyFair has raised another €8m - and found a new boss Finance

Online currency exchange CurrencyFair has raised another €8m - and found a new boss

Co-founder Brett Meyers will give up his CEO role as part of the change.

Friday 4 November, 2016

From Business ETC Google routed nearly €23 billion in sales through Ireland last year Internet

Google routed nearly €23 billion in sales through Ireland last year

The company paid €48m in corporate tax after most of the money went to royalties and other costs.

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