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Business - Yesterday’s News

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Business - Tuesday 14 August, 2018

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.

More than 100 UK constituencies that voted Leave would now vote Remain - study

The study, compiled on behalf of two pro-Remain groups, suggests that disillusioned Labour voters are the key cohort which has changed its mind.

Woman, sacked same day she told employer she had to attend pregnancy appointment, awarded €10,000

The woman had been working at the company for a little over a month.

Business - Friday 10 August, 2018

KBC labelled 'sloppy' for hiring worker with prior conviction

The bank said that the case was an “isolated occurrence”.

New poll suggests UK would vote to Remain if Brexit vote was held today

The poll was conducted by YouGov on behalf of the People’s Vote campaign, a pro-Remain group.

Poll: Should Ireland ban the use of single-use plastic bags entirely? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should Ireland ban the use of single-use plastic bags entirely?

New Zealand has become the latest in a line of more than 60 countries to ban the bags outright. Should we follow suit?

Business - Thursday 9 August, 2018

Samsung releases new Galaxy smartphone with a promise of 24-hour battery life

Samsung suffered a 22% drop in sales in the second quarter of the year.

Business - Wednesday 8 August, 2018

Farmers' feed costs have exploded inside a year as fallout from hot weather bites

The summer heatwave has seen the price of fodder rise across the board.

'Day of reckoning' for globally popular weedkiller Roundup as €344 million cancer trial comes to a head

The verdict in the trial, instigated by terminally ill Dewayne Johnson, could leave Roundup manufacturer Monsanto facing hundreds of additional lawsuits.

Business - Tuesday 7 August, 2018

Only Sweden is more expensive for EU gas prices than Ireland*

*And we’re top five for electricity too.

Elon Musk sends Tesla stock price soaring with a tweet On The Up This post contains videos

Elon Musk sends Tesla stock price soaring with a tweet

The controversial CEO says he’s considering taking the company private.

Business - Monday 6 August, 2018

'There's a risk of being caught up in a trend': The fight for Ireland's salad-bar market

Competition is growing as people swap chicken fillet rolls for chickpeas.

Welfare increase, carbon tax rise and more take home pay: Here's what's coming in Budget 2019

Speaking during his summer briefing with the media, Leo Varadkar outlined a number of measures being worked on for October’s Budget.

Business - Saturday 4 August, 2018

VAT hike for large hotels likely as minister says overcharging for rooms is ruining Ireland's rep

Ross said big-profit hotels operating in Ireland are damaging the country’s tourism reputation.

Business - Wednesday 1 August, 2018

Ryanair told striking cabin crew in Portugal their actions would affect their promotion prospects

The airline has since apparently reversed tack on that approach.

Business - Tuesday 31 July, 2018

Michael O'Leary waived his €1m bonus last year - but it's not going to hit his pocket too hard

The Ryanair CEO’s shares alone are worth €631.8 million.

Central Bank warns if overheating is allowed, we're in for another boom-bust cycle

The Central Bank said the government needs to avoid policies that could add to this risk.

Business - Monday 30 July, 2018

The department claims it remains on track but what's happening with the National Broadband Plan?

SSE pulled out of the tendering process yesterday.

Business - Sunday 29 July, 2018

'Shockingly low' number of smaller businesses helped by Brexit scheme

The Brexit Loan Scheme aims to minimise the impact Britain leaving the EU will have on businesses.

Business - Saturday 28 July, 2018

Siptu 'expels hundreds of ESB members' for allegedly transferring from another union

550 workers left the electrical union Connect in March of 2017.

An alliance of Europe's top banks has quietly based its blockchain ambitions in Dublin

HSBC, Santander and Deutsche Bank are all part of the We.trade consortium.

Business - Friday 27 July, 2018

Fermanagh bakery to build factory in Cavan to 'survive Brexit'

About 80 full-time jobs will be created.

Business - Wednesday 25 July, 2018

Ryanair warns of possible redundancies, plans to cut 20% of Irish-based fleet

The company claims the move is partly to do with ongoing strike action by pilots.

Business - Tuesday 24 July, 2018

Chef, sacked after threatening porter who called him a motherf**er, awarded €6,000 for unfair dismissal

The Workplace Relations Commission has found that the man was unfairly dismissed.

GAA to 'consider proposal' of Liam Miller tribute match organisers

The organisers of the match and senior GAA officials, including president John Horan, met today to discuss the controversial fixture.

Business - Monday 23 July, 2018

Art dealer buys storage locker full of 'junk', finds six priceless paintings

David Killen says the priceless find ‘is not about the money – I want some publicity for my auction house’.

Ryanair issues warning about job losses amid ongoing pilot strike actions

The airline’s profits dipped by 20% in the first quarter of the year.

Business - Sunday 22 July, 2018

'Nonsensical': Restaurants are fighting an EU bid to mandate free tap water for all

Trade groups believe a European proposal will unfairly burden businesses.

Business - Saturday 21 July, 2018

Ryanair collects €1.8bn through extra charges - but it's not the king of the add-on

American airlines dominate the world’s league of non-ticket sales.

Business - Wednesday 18 July, 2018

Google just got fined a whopping €4.3 billion for its conduct regarding its Android system

The fine relates to the online giant allegedly using its Android phone operating system to further its own dominance of the search engine market.

Calls for fines and gardaí after undercover report about Facebook moderation in Dublin Dispatches This post contains videos

Calls for fines and gardaí after undercover report about Facebook moderation in Dublin

Channel 4′s Dispatches programme sent a reporter to record training.

Elon Musk has apologised to the Thai cave rescuer he insulted

Musk had insulted Vern Unsworth on Twitter.

Business - Tuesday 17 July, 2018

Ryanair cancels 24 flights this Friday due to ongoing pilots' strike

All the cancelled flights are between Ireland and the UK.

Business - Monday 16 July, 2018

Irish Water to split from Ervia within five years

The water body is to become a standalone utility by the year 2023.

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