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# big business

This year
Nathan Collins is a victim and beneficiary of exploitative market
The 22-year-old needs a coach to help shape next stage of career, but Brentford’s model could make him just another part of game’s churn.
All time
Dublin hotelier received €8 million to house homeless families last year
The high payments to hoteliers has continued into 2017 with hotels and B&Bs receiving a total of €23.9 million for the six months to the end of June.
It may be a blockbuster hit but the Premier League lacks award-winning quality
It looks like rotten tomatoes for England’s top tier as far as top European gongs go, writes TV3′s Tommy Martin.
Gardaí go hi-tech to combat Christmas tree thieves
A few years ago up to 2,000 trees were being stolen a year in Wicklow.
Ireland's biggest pharmacy chain looks set to buy out McCauley's Chemists
McCauley’s are the largest independent pharmacy chain in the country.
Just how much money will Sligo be making from the Fleadh Cheoil this week?
The annual festival of traditional Irish music will see hundreds of thousands people in attendance.
The UFC have revealed impressive PPV figures from McGregor vs. Mendes
A hell of a lot of people tuned in for UFC 189.
Irish and global female tech entrepreneurs you need to know about
They’re all on the up.
These Irish guys are opening a second cereal café
People love dem bowls.
Big business and governments need to 'step up' and support startups as customers
One venture capitalist explains why Apple is still exciting – but your bank never will be.
Companies too worried about themselves, not enough about jobless: Tesco boss
Tony Keohane says businesses need to do more to help long-term unemployed.
Rupert Murdoch tried to buy Time Warner for $80bn. No deal, yet
He remains “determined” though.
Damien Kiberd: Drop the goody-two-shoes approach to economic policy
Job figure increases are welcome – but Government needs to be bolshy to grab the three things it needs for proper growth.
Big businesses are 'the main culprits' in late payments
ISME praised the adoption of a voluntary code on prompt payments by SMEs – but says big business must be forced to agree to the code in order to improve the cash-flow of smaller operations.
Small businesses being 'thrown to the wolves' by late payments - ISME
A survey of small businesses found it takes an average of 71 days to receive payment – and ISME is blaming big businesses and government agencies.