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Business - Saturday 6 April, 2019

There has been a spike in managers buying into the multibillion-dollar life coaching business

Industry experts say execs are looking for skills to help them hang on to staff.

Business - Tuesday 2 April, 2019

It could be you? Lotto to begin search for new chief as CEO announces departure after 14 years

Griffin was central to the transition of Lotto to a private licence in 2014.

Business - Monday 1 April, 2019

One in 10 people spending over 60% of their income on rent in Ireland

Meanwhile, one in 20 people are spending more than 75% of their income on rent.

Business - Thursday 28 March, 2019

British authorities join US in raising suspicion about Chinese tech firm Huawei

Its tech could pose “new risks” for the UK’s telecommunications, a new report has stated.

Man awarded $80 million after claiming weed killer caused his cancer

A US jury found that the product lacked sufficient warnings of potential risk.

Business - Wednesday 27 March, 2019

High Court refuses 'radical' application by Sean Quinn's children in case against IBRC

Justice Garrett Simons said there was ‘no realistic basis’ for the application.

Business - Wednesday 20 March, 2019

EU fines Google €1.49bn for blocking ads by rivals

The fine brings Google’s total tab with the European Union to €8.2 billion in less than two years.

Business - Tuesday 19 March, 2019

Most Dublin pubs expect to grow in 2019 as gin trend continues, but they're worried about Brexit

Publicans are also concerned about the impact of the recent increase in VAT.

Business - Thursday 7 March, 2019

Primark to move 220 UK staff to Dublin - but not because of Brexit

It said that in cases where it didn’t suit employees to work in Dublin, redundancies would be offered as a “last resort”.

Irish influencers 'must have evidence' to back up their Instagram claims about wellness products

One influencer claimed that a gut-health product stopped their irritable bowel syndrome.

Business - Wednesday 6 March, 2019

Spiralling costs, scarce materials and penalties: How Brexit could impact the housing crisis

Increased costs and problems securing staff could hinder the industry’s response.

Business - Wednesday 27 February, 2019

Star Wars movie receives €3.43m in tax credits from Revenue

The shooting of scenes on Skellig Michael and elsewhere has provided a boost to the Irish tourism industry.

Business - Tuesday 26 February, 2019

Impact of no-deal Brexit would be 'more severe' and last longer in Northern Ireland than anywhere else

The British government has warned that a no-deal scenario would likely have a negative impact in terms of trade and crime.

VAT on vitamins and supplements won't jump to 23% - at least until November

An increased rate on some food supplements was due to kick in on Friday.

Business - Wednesday 20 February, 2019

RTÉ says it could benefit from other TV channels 'going dark' with a no-deal Brexit

But the State broadcaster still expects its ‘precarious’ financial state to suffer further if the UK crashes out of the EU.

Business - Tuesday 19 February, 2019

Iconic fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld dies aged 85 RIP

Iconic fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld dies aged 85

The German high fashion icon was the creative director at Chanel since 1983.

'This is not related to Brexit': 3,500 jobs at risk after Honda announces closure of UK factory

The firm blamed “unprecedented changes” in the industry for the decision.

Business - Sunday 17 February, 2019

British airline Flybmi blames Brexit as it announces it will cease operations

The airline had been unable to secure post-Brexit flying contracts in Europe.

Business - Saturday 16 February, 2019

'It was many things to many people': This Temple Bar landmark closes today

The Eager Beaver has been a fixture of the area for decades.

Business - Thursday 14 February, 2019

Airbus announces it will stop producing A380, the world's largest passenger airliner

The airliner, which has been in operation for more than a decade, will cease deliveries in 2021.

Business - Wednesday 13 February, 2019

Dublin office block The Reflector goes on sale for €155m

Savills says the building has “impressive water frontage”.

Opinion: Small farmers need to wake up and realise that the big farming lobby doesn't represent their interests

The small farmer in Ireland has a very high-quality product. To differentiate themselves from the mass producers, they need to focus on quality and sustainability, writes Saoirse McHugh.

Business - Saturday 9 February, 2019

Aer Lingus exposed over 100 job applicants' details in an email blunder

Candidates’ email addresses were accidentally shared with other jobseekers.

Business - Monday 4 February, 2019

Banks pay out €647 million to victims of tracker mortgage scandal

The number of people affected by the overcharging scandal has now risen to almost 40,000.

Business - Friday 1 February, 2019

Brexit blamed for drop in new car sales 191

Brexit blamed for drop in new car sales

More than 32,000 new cars were registered in January, a 12.6% reduction on the same period last year.

Business - Monday 28 January, 2019

Tesco announces up to 9,000 job cuts in the UK under wide-scale restructuring plan

Jobs will be cut amid plans to shut fish, meat and cheese counters at some stores.

Ten UK food stores warn MPs of the 'disruption' and 'shock' of a no-deal Brexit

The businesses warned that in March “90% of our lettuces, 80% of our tomatoes and 70% of our soft fruit is sourced from the EU”.

Business - Saturday 26 January, 2019

Ryanair hopes to kill off weaker rivals with low fares and excess capacity - but they keep hanging on

The low-cost airline recently announced its second profit warning in three months.

Business - Friday 25 January, 2019

Here's what the new Clerys Quarter will look like

Office space, shops and a hotel will be built on the site of the iconic former department store.

Business - Thursday 24 January, 2019

Leo Varadkar tells Davos that Ireland has 'closed down' tax loopholes and is raking it in as a result

Varadkar told the World Economic Forum that Ireland has never taken in so much corporation tax.

Today FM and Newstalk open new studio in Cork

Ciara Kelly and Matt Cooper will host shows from the studio today.

Business - Tuesday 22 January, 2019

Aldi set to hire 500 new employees this year

The discount supermarket chain plans to open seven new stores in Ireland in 2019.

Poll: Should a living wage be introduced in Ireland? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should a living wage be introduced in Ireland?

€11.90 per hour has been recommended as an appropriate living wage.

Business - Monday 21 January, 2019

Facebook to hire 1,000 more people in Ireland in 2019

The jobs will be across a number of areas.

Business - Friday 18 January, 2019

Nine Dublin Bus routes to be operated by Go Ahead from Sunday onwards

The change aims to bring about improvements in frequency and service levels.

Tesla to lay off thousands of employees due to 'very difficult' road ahead

“Our products are too expensive for most people,” Elon Musk said.

Business - Thursday 17 January, 2019

This is the new look Aer Lingus after 26 focus groups and 50 different shamrocks

The airline hopes to apply the last lick of paint by 2021.

Business - Tuesday 15 January, 2019

'No deal’ Brexit would have 'devastating economic consequences' in Ireland

Such a scenario would have a huge impact on the all-island economy, business groups have warned.

Car hunters driven abroad as Ireland sees record number of used vehicle imports during 2018

Statistics from the Society of the Irish Motor Industry show that 100,755 used cars were imported last year.

Business - Thursday 10 January, 2019