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Business - Wednesday 19 September, 2018

Mandatory security requirements introduced to protect companies against cyber attacks

The requirements will apply to service providers in sectors such as digital communications, transport, drinking water supply and healthcare.

A retail worker got a €2,500 payout after claims he was subjected to a 'beard vendetta'

The man said his employer broke workplace laws in its ‘punitive action’ against him over his facial hair.

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Business - Tuesday 18 September, 2018

Apple pays over the €14.3bn due to Ireland - but the minister again denies that it's owed

Ireland is appealing the EU Commission that Apple was in receipt of illegal state aid.

Workers across all salary levels paying more tax than they did 10 years ago

The net pay of single income earners on €35,000 is down 3% or €964 compared to 2008.

Trump slaps tariffs on another $200bn worth of Chinese imports

The tariffs include a bewildering variety of products from baseball gloves to bamboo mats.

Business - Monday 17 September, 2018

After branding battle, Conor McGregor will call his whiskey Proper No. Twelve

The MMA fighter’s new product will initially launch in Ireland and the US.

Business - Sunday 16 September, 2018

Farmers struggling to pay bills, call on retailers to increase price of milk

The IFA has said the low prices offered in some shops are “unsustainable”.

Business - Saturday 15 September, 2018

Westminster committee says Irish fishermen must stay away from NI waters unless deal is done

At present, Irish-registered vessels are permitted to fish off Northern Ireland shores.

Fast-food chain sees 'huge' opportunities in Dublin - despite competition and high rent

The UK-based franchise has pushed back the launch of its first Irish outlet until early next year.

Business - Friday 14 September, 2018

Volkswagen is ending production of the iconic Beetle

The German carmaker will end production next year.

Business - Thursday 13 September, 2018

Ryanair cabin crew are pushing ahead with 'the biggest strike in the company's history'

Staff across mainland Europe will stage a stoppage on 28 September.

Here's what you need to know about Apple's three new iPhones

The company has also launched an upgraded smartwatch that detects falls.

'It's Catch 22': Former members frustrated as main ESB union refuses to confirm that they've left Exclusive

Former Connect members numbering in ‘the hundreds’ were recently expelled by Siptu at the request of its sister union.

Business - Wednesday 12 September, 2018

Conor McGregor's plan to release a Notorious whiskey brand has been iced

The MMA superstar dropped a trademark bid after running into opposition from an Irish beer brand.

Pat Kenny to stay with Newstalk for at least another two years

Veteran broadcaster Pat Kenny has signed a contract extension with Newstalk.

Gardaí arrest four in crackdown on illegal TV streaming

The Garda Criminal Assets Bureau has also sought to freeze bank accounts worth €84,000.

Business - Tuesday 11 September, 2018

Companies linked to Denis Desmond and Mario Rosenstock fined over incorrect tax declarations

A medical consultant, a fisherman and a locksmith also featured on the quarterly list of tax defaulters.

Business - Thursday 6 September, 2018

350 jobs being created by pharma company in Galway

The Chanelle Group makes health products for both animals and humans.

Business - Sunday 2 September, 2018

HSE awards €800,000 contract to set up post-abortion phone helpline

Registered charity One Family has won the contract to set up the helpline.

Business - Saturday 1 September, 2018

Head of main ESB union faced no-confidence motion after pay talks - one that was never acted upon

More than 50% of electrical union TEEU’s ESB technician members expressed no confidence in Paddy Kavanagh in March 2017.

Business - Wednesday 29 August, 2018

An Post CEO: 'Every community of over 500 people will have a post office'

David McRedmond rejected claims that post office closures are an attack on rural Ireland.

Business - Tuesday 28 August, 2018

Business - Monday 27 August, 2018

Over half of the 70,000 workers at Walt Disney World are to vote on $15 minimum wage

The increase would apply to unionised workers at the park and would bring the minimum wage to $15 an hour.

Business - Friday 24 August, 2018

US tech firm to add 350 jobs in Dublin

The move will more than double Qualtrics’ workforce here.

Business - Thursday 23 August, 2018

Government to launch automatic enrolment into pension plans for all citizens by 2022

The consultation process for the proposed automatic enrolment of all citizens into pension plans has now been launched and will last until 4 November.

Business - Wednesday 22 August, 2018

Woman awarded €8,000 after being sacked for not being pushy enough with customers

The woman lasted just 34 days in her employment as store manager for a Dublin outlet of a family-run business.

Business - Monday 20 August, 2018

Ibec paints glowing picture of Irish economy but warns we've 'a lot to lose' from Trump tariffs

The business group says that Ireland is in a “post-recovery stage”.

Business - Sunday 19 August, 2018

Former employees claim Click.ie sold 'faulty' phones Exclusive

The company has denied the allegation.

Business - Saturday 18 August, 2018

The cost of playing the Lotto is going up

The cost of the Lotto Plus draws will both increase by 50 cent.

Reboot of controversial website Click.ie led by the company's former boss Exclusive

Ex-staff members have said they are “livid” with the development.

Business - Friday 17 August, 2018

Dublin rental prices now €500-a-month higher than boom time as students 'left scraping the barrel'

The latest Daft.ie rental figures show increases across the country.

Business - Thursday 16 August, 2018

Hundreds of customers still in dark as Click.ie is up and running again

The website reappeared online last week.

Business - Wednesday 15 August, 2018

Airbnb accused of turning villages into 'holiday resorts' as it reveals 640,000 Irish summer visitors

The company claims that Airbnb visitors will contribute €57 million to the Irish economy this summer.

Business - Tuesday 14 August, 2018

'We own some of the banks, but we don't run the banks': Minister says government can't stop vulture fund sales

Questions have been mounting as to where Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe is in the midst of this summer’s vulture fund sell off.

A former landmark pub in Blackrock is set to become a Dunnes Stores

The sit of the Playwright pub has been vacant since 2011.

Business - Monday 13 August, 2018

Boost for Irish retailers as sales of ice cream, fans and patio furniture spike during heatwave

The World Cup and royal wedding also helped alcohol and magazine sales this year.

Competitors for €9.4 million PSC contract backed out due to 'unfair advantage' being given to company that won Exclusive

Security Card Concepts (formerly Biometric Card Services), the company responsible for producing the PSC since 2010, eventually won the bumper contract as the sole bidder

Business - Sunday 12 August, 2018

Here are Ireland's most – and least – popular holiday destinations

Everywhere bar the border region and midlands recorded an increase in overseas visitors last year.

Being rude and mean to a co-worker can have very negative effects on their children

A new study suggests that experience of workplace incivility can directly impact on a person’s parenting style.

The State wants to build a new data centre - but it's worried about its own planning rules

The Office of Public Works said the €30m project would be built on an existing campus in Celbridge.

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