Business - Today’s News
There are some surprises to be found in the results of the second annual Irish Customer Experience Survey. But fans of Irish Water might want to avert their eyes.
Business - Yesterday’s News
It comes after 300 jobs were announced for Limerick last week.
The latest GradIreland survey of employer popularity put accountancy group KPMG top with two Irish banks jumping up the ranks.
Business - Sunday 25 September, 2016
Dublin Bus says that the ongoing strikes have already cost it €4 million.
Business - Friday 23 September, 2016
Yahoo said names, email addresses, birth dates, and scrambled passwords were stolen.
The pontiff also urged journalists not to stoke fear over migration forced by war or hunger.
Business groups are calling on councillors to scrap changes that would limit the height of some city centre buildings.
Business - Thursday 22 September, 2016
It is believed this occurred in several dozen outlets Heineken Ireland trades with.
David McRedmond takes up the job next month.
Separately, BioPharma Engineering is creating 70 new jobs at its Dublin and Cork offices over the next three years.
The sales are mostly to large, mostly foreign private equity companies and real estate investment trusts (REITs)
Business - Wednesday 21 September, 2016
The commission announced the original ‘free roaming’ plans with huge fanfare last year, but when it unveiled the details earlier this month consumer groups were outraged by a limit of 90 days of free roaming per year.
The influential think tank said that the Irish economy does not need any more stimulation.
Business - Tuesday 20 September, 2016
Workers here often pay more in tax than those in other European countries.
Jobs Minister Mary Mitchell-O’Connor welcomed the ‘significant announcement’.
Documents seen by TheJournal.ie show there are planning issues around a third Dealz store, this time near the Liffey Valley Shopping Centre.
Business - Monday 19 September, 2016
Late last week, 185 American CEOs asked German chancellor Angela Merkel to intervene in Vestager’s €13 billion Apple tax ruling.
The site will feature Europe’s first eco-friendly prefab ‘KUBio’ facility, which allow Co2 emissions to be reduced by 75%, and water and energy use by around 80%.
Agriculture Minister Michael Creed told TheJournal.ie that he has been consulting with people in the microbrewery industry on how to boost business even more.
Business - Sunday 18 September, 2016
After four decades at the helm of Europe’s largest outdoor festival, Anna May McHugh shows no signs of slowing down.
Morten is being produced by Telegael and will include stars such as Brendan Gleeson.
Business - Saturday 17 September, 2016
The investigations follow cases against Starbucks in Cork and Waterford.
Business - Friday 16 September, 2016
A power fault has affected an area in the northeast of the city, covering Donaghmede, Howth junction, Sutton, and into the Malahide Road area.
Unions say that the company has done nothing to stop the dispute.
Business - Thursday 15 September, 2016
Fianna Fáil want an inquiry to look into the Government’s strategy for Nama to “accelerate the sales process”.
A complainant said the ad, which features a haunting voiceover speech by JFK on Ireland’s destiny, ran foul of a ban on political advertising.
The company says that no such discrimination took place.
The dispute is going into October.
What makes you most proud to be Irish?
The government says it does. But do you?
Dublin commuters are being hit by the bus strike.
Business - Wednesday 14 September, 2016
Ireland’s dairy herd is currently undergoing a rapid expansion following the end of EU milk quotas, but has been criticised due to the effect on Co2 emissions.
Politicians have been hearing about why costs are rising.
Housing Minister Simon Coveney says it will come in the form of a tax rebate.
Business - Tuesday 13 September, 2016
The CCPC is investigating possible breaches of competition law, due to industry players openly signalling upcoming increases in premiums.
This comes after a BBC Spotlight investigation which cast doubt over the motives of one of their advisers.
Business - Monday 12 September, 2016
There are growing calls for a public inquiry in the controversial 2014 sale, to US investment company Cerberus Capital Management.
Two reports published today have highlighted the stretched nature of the hospitality sector following June’s Brexit vote.
Business - Sunday 11 September, 2016
The animals were part of 1,700 young sheep flown from Ireland to be slaughtered in Monday’s Hari Raya celebration.