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Wednesday 18 April, 2018

From Business ETC Despite business complaints, a minimum wage increase two years ago didn't lead to job losses Policy And Economy

Despite business complaints, a minimum wage increase two years ago didn't lead to job losses

That’s according to a new study by the ESRI and Low Pay Commission.

Monday 16 April, 2018

From Business ETC Tech retailer Click.ie will be wound up following a tsunami of customer complaints Retail And Services

Tech retailer Click.ie will be wound up following a tsunami of customer complaints

Panicked punters said the company was unable to fulfil orders in time for the Christmas period.

Sunday 15 April, 2018

From Business ETC Ireland's mooted Airbnb 'licensing' scheme would only be rolled out in Dublin Policy And Economy

Ireland's mooted Airbnb 'licensing' scheme would only be rolled out in Dublin

Potential regulation of the home-sharing sector is expected in the coming weeks.

Thursday 12 April, 2018

From Business ETC Eir is cutting 750 jobs after its sale to a French billionaire Retail And Services

Eir is cutting 750 jobs after its sale to a French billionaire

A consortium led by Xavier Niel purchased a majority stake in the company for €650 million.

From Business ETC Building homes in Ireland is still 'not as attractive' as building hotels Building And Property

Building homes in Ireland is still 'not as attractive' as building hotels

A State report suggests the cost of developing apartment blocks is ‘a challenge’ for construction firms.

Monday 9 April, 2018

Poll: Is it okay to chat through a gig? Lunch Crunch This post contains a poll

Poll: Is it okay to chat through a gig?

Give it to us straight. Be honest.

Tuesday 3 April, 2018

From Business ETC What we know so far about the data breach claims rocking Ireland's biggest publisher Media And Marketing

What we know so far about the data breach claims rocking Ireland's biggest publisher

Some of INM’s top journalists, its ex-chairman, and billionaire Denis O’Brien are caught up in the scandal.

Thursday 22 March, 2018

'We're getting hit' - Even after a record year, Kerrygold's maker fears for the future

Ornua’s boss said no matter what deal is struck, Irish dairy will lose out from Brexit.

From Business ETC Dublin's 'Metro North' is now the MetroLink - here's what we know about the plans Tourism And Transport

Dublin's 'Metro North' is now the MetroLink - here's what we know about the plans

There will be a total of 15 new metro stations as part of the €3 billion development.

From Business ETC Economists say it's 'almost impossible' to gauge the sustainability of Ireland's growth Policy And Economy

Economists say it's 'almost impossible' to gauge the sustainability of Ireland's growth

The ESRI has called for a new method of calculating national accounts.

Monday 19 March, 2018

Can you trick your tastebuds with music? Find out in TheJournal.ie's brand new podcast

In episode one of Future Stories, we visit an Irish restaurant where sound and visuals take a front seat.

Saturday 17 March, 2018

'May the cat eat you, and may the devil then eat the cat': This isn't the Irish you learnt in school

Fancy a quick lesson in modern Irish? Look no further.

Friday 16 March, 2018

Poll: Is it St Patrick's Day or Paddy's Day to you? Lunch Crunch This post contains a poll

Poll: Is it St Patrick's Day or Paddy's Day to you?

Give it to us straight. Be honest.

From Business ETC 'No technical solutions anywhere in the world': MPs dismiss 'invisible border' plans Policy And Economy

'No technical solutions anywhere in the world': MPs dismiss 'invisible border' plans

The Northern Ireland Affairs Committee has its doubts about the UK government’s proposal.

Thursday 15 March, 2018

From Business ETC Ireland is getting its first direct flights to mainland China Tourism And Transport

Ireland is getting its first direct flights to mainland China

Hainan Airlines will fly from Dublin to Beijing this summer.

Wednesday 14 March, 2018

From Business ETC A top ticket reselling firm says banning touts would lead to more black market trade Retail And Services

A top ticket reselling firm says banning touts would lead to more black market trade

New laws have been put before the Dáil – but resellers claim they won’t be effective.

Sunday 11 March, 2018

This sheep farmer is leading the push to set up Ireland's first hemp co-op

Ed Hanbidge says there’s the potential to turn the crop into a major farming industry.

Thursday 8 March, 2018

Poll: Do you know what your blood type is? Lunch Crunch This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you know what your blood type is?

There’s a shortage of some blood types in Ireland’s current blood bank supply.

Tuesday 6 March, 2018

From Business ETC Lidl fell foul of advertising rules for failing to reveal Facebook competition winners Retail And Services

Lidl fell foul of advertising rules for failing to reveal Facebook competition winners

The ASAI also partially upheld complaints about Sky Ireland.

Monday 5 March, 2018

From Business ETC A year after it closed for 22 weeks, Shelbourne Park is getting a multimillion-euro overhaul Sport

A year after it closed for 22 weeks, Shelbourne Park is getting a multimillion-euro overhaul

The Irish Greyhound Board thinks the 90-year-old venue has major earning potential.

Sunday 4 March, 2018

Want to know how to land a pay rise? Our careers expert will answer your questions

We want your questions ahead of a live Q&A on Facebook this Monday.

Tourism Ireland says 'the craic' alone isn't enough to win back British tourists

Niall Gibbons said there needs to be more of a focus on outdoor activities for visitors.

Saturday 3 March, 2018

From Business ETC 'It would be a cop-out': Businesses reject calls for forced closures during red alerts Policy And Economy

'It would be a cop-out': Businesses reject calls for forced closures during red alerts

A proposed bill would make it mandatory for employers to shut workplaces in extreme weather.

Friday 2 March, 2018

WATCH: A career expert tackles our readers questions about asking for a pay rise

WATCH: A career expert tackles our readers questions about asking for a pay rise

Think your review is the perfect time to ask? Think again.

Wednesday 28 February, 2018

From Business ETC From 2022, employers will have to fund 'auto enrollment' pensions for staff Policy

From 2022, employers will have to fund 'auto enrollment' pensions for staff

Similar schemes have previously been introduced in countries like Australia.

Tuesday 27 February, 2018

Poll: Have you checked in with an elderly neighbour in this cold snap? Lunch Crunch This post contains a poll

Poll: Have you checked in with an elderly neighbour in this cold snap?

Give it to us straight. Be honest.

Sunday 25 February, 2018

An Irish answer to Amazon's same-day delivery has bagged €650k from investors

Dublin startup WeBringg has raised funding from several private investors – but it needs more.

The company behind Bulmers is having big problems selling cider in the US

C&C’s distribution deal with the Pabst Brewing Company has come to an end.

Saturday 24 February, 2018

How tech firms outside Dublin are luring staff away from the capital

Companies in Cork, Limerick and Galway are targeting workers increasingly priced out of Ireland’s main city.

'I'm an optimist - life is a wonderful gift': Welcome to the world of Seán Gallagher

The one-time presidential candidate explains why he’s so bullish on the future for Ireland.

Friday 23 February, 2018

From Business ETC Ulster Bank plans to offload a third of its mortgages Financial Services

Ulster Bank plans to offload a third of its mortgages

The company is looking to sell off as many as 7,000 loans in arrears.

Thursday 22 February, 2018

Poll: How do you pronounce the 'creme' in Creme Egg? Be Honest This post contains a poll

Poll: How do you pronounce the 'creme' in Creme Egg?

Give it to us straight. Be honest.

From Business ETC Bill Cullen is suing Ulster Bank for €120 million over the collapse of his business Retail

Bill Cullen is suing Ulster Bank for €120 million over the collapse of his business

The suit was filed in the High Court earlier this week.

Wednesday 21 February, 2018

Poll: Do you regularly eat in fast food restaurants? Be Honest This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you regularly eat in fast food restaurants?

Give it to us straight. Be honest.

From Business ETC After more than 10 years, RaboDirect is closing down in Ireland Shut Down

After more than 10 years, RaboDirect is closing down in Ireland

The lender holds deposits from 90,000 Irish customers.

Monday 19 February, 2018

From Business ETC 'Times are changing': Waltons has shut its iconic Dublin music store after two decades Retail And Services

'Times are changing': Waltons has shut its iconic Dublin music store after two decades

The retail business will now operate exclusively from its Blanchardstown branch.

Friday 16 February, 2018

From Business ETC Project Ireland 2040: These are all the key points you need to know Building And Property

Project Ireland 2040: These are all the key points you need to know

The €116 billion plan sets out a two-decade vision for the country.

Poll: Would you like to be able to speak more Irish? Lunch Crunch This post contains a poll

Poll: Would you like to be able to speak more Irish?

Give it to us straight. Be honest.

Wednesday 14 February, 2018

Poll: Do you make an effort to avoid using plastic straws? Be Honest This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you make an effort to avoid using plastic straws?

Give it to us straight. Be honest.

Tuesday 13 February, 2018

Poll: Should you ask someone's parents for permission to marry their son or daughter? Lunch Crunch This post contains a poll
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