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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.

Business - Saturday 14 July, 2018

'We've seen at least four craft breweries close down this year': Fighting back against Big Beer

It can be challenging out there for craft breweries – we spoke to two about how they make it work.

Poll: Should the minimum wage be increased by 25% to €11.90 an hour? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should the minimum wage be increased by 25% to €11.90 an hour?

The current minimum wage is €2.35 below the living wage?

Business - Friday 13 July, 2018

€1.6 million in rent arrears awarded to landlords in 2017

A number of record-breaking statistics dominate the Residential Tenancies Board’s annual report for 2017.

Clontarf Hospital lost 26% of its staff in just two years Exclusive

Clontarf Hospital lost 41 staff between 2016 and 2017.

Business - Thursday 12 July, 2018

One 'Big Four' firm is taking on 500 new staff - and more than half will be graduates

EY is hiring for its offices across the country as its fee income climbs.

Business - Wednesday 11 July, 2018

Two green sites on either side of Dublin are going on sale for a combined €28m

The sites have permission for housing development.

Sister awarded €32,000 after being unfairly sacked from her own family's jewellery company

The woman had refused to operate the till at the business as she did not want to be party to ‘fraudulent activities the directors (her siblings) may have been conducting’.

Business - Tuesday 10 July, 2018

'A fundamental malaise at the company' - Three months later, application to investigate INM finally begins at High Court INM

'A fundamental malaise at the company' - Three months later, application to investigate INM finally begins at High Court

The ODCE is seeking to appoint High Court inspectors to investigate issues concerning corporate governance at Ireland’s largest media company.

From made-up quotes to Brexit votes - Boris Johnson has come a long way, and he's far from done yet

Johnson’s resignation as UK foreign secretary has given Theresa May the mother of all political headaches.

Business - Saturday 7 July, 2018

Tánaiste 'looking forward' to seeing what the UK's Brexit approach is made of

The UK cabinet has finally agreed on a 12-point Brexit approach.

Business - Wednesday 4 July, 2018

Bus Éireann's chief executive is stepping down

Ray Hernan had been in the position since November 2016.

€220 million Cork-to-Ringaskiddy motorway gets the green light

An Bord Pleanála has granted permission for the construction of the 13-mile M28 motorway.

Business - Monday 2 July, 2018

Two Irish energy companies have just raised their prices

Panda Power and Pinergy have become the latest Irish energy companies to up their prices.

Cork rugby club loses battle in four-year planning war with McDonald's over boundary wall

Dolphin RFC has been involved in a bitter dispute with a neighbouring McDonald’s.

Business - Sunday 1 July, 2018

Companies are losing droves of new hires over misleading jobs specs

Retention of staff has been cited as a big challenge by Irish businesses.

Business - Friday 29 June, 2018

A Dublin developer has been advertising rentals within an apartment complex built without planning permission

Rental adverts for Larkfield House, which were placed without naming the building, have appeared online in recent weeks. The building was constructed without planning permission.

Business - Tuesday 26 June, 2018

Michael Lowry and refrigeration company fined €25k over submitting incorrect corporation tax returns

The Tipperary TD had faced eight charges relating to corporation tax returns stemming from dates between August 2002 and August 2007.

UK officially passes (to hoots of approval) its EU withdrawal bill - making Brexit a certainty Leaving Cert This post contains videos

UK officially passes (to hoots of approval) its EU withdrawal bill - making Brexit a certainty

Brexit day is now also enshrined in EU law as being 29 March 2019, at 11pm.

Business - Monday 25 June, 2018

M50 operating with traffic levels that weren't expected until the mid-2020s

Transport Infrastructure Ireland boss said there has been a ‘huge increase’ in M50 traffic in the last four years.

Tayto Park issues clarification that it isn't giving away five free passes to 500 families

A scam had emerged on social media suggesting that the Meath fun park was running a giveaway competition.

Ireland is set to create 57,000 jobs a year by 2022 - report

Ireland’s economic growth is set to continue – but house prices and rental levels are hampering the country’s competitiveness.

Business - Sunday 24 June, 2018

'Two years is a long time': How PayPal is trying to hold onto company-hopping young staff

Louise Phelan says the payments giant is rolling out the perks for millennials.

'I was naive in the beginning - when trust is broken, it's hard to deal with'

Arboretum’s Rachel Doyle talks about planning for retirement when she has no plans to retire.

Profile: The rise and fall of Anglo's David Drumm

The former chief executive was this week jailed for six years.

The owner of Ireland's only Michelin-star inn thinks food could save the rural pub

Lisdoonvarna’s Wild Honey Inn won the coveted accolade last year.

Business - Wednesday 20 June, 2018

New rules for banks will make it easier to save thousands on mortgage repayments

From next year banks will have to give notice of the end of fixed rate terms and let variable rate customers know if they can move to a cheaper rate.

Business - Tuesday 19 June, 2018

'It will deepen the crisis': Government warned of 'little or no scope' for tax cuts

Today the ESRI said any tax cuts should be balanced with increases in taxation elsewhere.

Business - Saturday 16 June, 2018

Burger chain Five Guys is opening a joint in Swords Pavilions' new 'restaurant quarter'

The €3.3 million development is due to be completed by the end of the year.

A long-running feud over Malahide's Christmas Kingdom is destined for the courts

The market’s operator is looking for a six-figure sum from Fingal council over the hastily reorganised event.

Business - Friday 15 June, 2018

Trump announces tariffs on $50 billion worth of Chinese goods

He warned of “additional tariffs” should China retaliate with countermeasures.

Business - Thursday 14 June, 2018

TheJournal.ie is the most popular online Irish news source for the second year in a row

Over a third of Irish news consumers checked TheJournal.ie this week according to the Reuters Institute Digital News Report.

Business - Wednesday 13 June, 2018

Irish Ferries helplines to reopen amid cancelled bookings chaos

Up to 19,000 customers have been affected by the cancellation of all sailings by the ferry WB Yeats for this summer.

Business - Tuesday 12 June, 2018

Blow for Theresa May as Tory minister resigns suddenly over 'irresponsible' Brexit strategy

Justice Minister Phillip Lee has resigned in order to voice his criticism of his party’s approach to Brexit.

Dublin is now more expensive to live in than both Abu Dhabi and Silicon Valley

It’s the first time Dublin has been in the top 100 most expensive cities to live list since 2014.

Theresa May faces a series of crucial Brexit votes today in her own parliament

Fifteen key amendments to Britain’s EU (Withdrawal) Bill will be put to a vote today.

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