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# businesses - Wednesday 1 July, 2020

Businesses warned they must act independently when setting or increasing prices

The CCPC has also reminded businesses they have additional responsibilities under consumer protection law when setting new or additional fees.

# businesses - Friday 8 May, 2020

New rules on re-opening businesses include Covid-19 induction training for staff

A new protocol will be published tomorrow outlining rules businesses will have to adhere to when re-opening.

# businesses - Monday 30 March, 2020

Ministers urge employers to reconsider staff redundancies and look at State supports

The government announced Covid-19 income support measures last week.

# businesses - Wednesday 18 March, 2020

People told to not leave tap running or flush wipes down the toilet amid Covid-19 crisis

Irish Water has also advised businesses to make sure there is “no unnecessary use of water” .

# businesses - Saturday 18 January, 2020

Businesses warn of price rises as Sajid Javid vows no EU alignment post-Brexit

Javid urged businesses to “adjust” and said that while some will benefit others will not.

# businesses - Monday 11 November, 2019

Public warned to be vigilant as business loses over €200k in invoice fraud scam

In recent weeks, there has been a “noticeable increase” in this type of crime, according to gardaí.

# businesses - Thursday 29 August, 2019

Brexit: Jobs minister says businesses being asked to 'prepare for worst possible outcome'

Yesterday the queen approved a request to suspend UK parliament next month.

# businesses - Thursday 22 August, 2019

Simon Coveney: The backstop is overwhelmingly supported. This gets little recognition in the UK Brexit debate

A hard Brexit, if the UK chooses one, will be ugly and difficult, says the Tánaiste.

# businesses - Thursday 24 January, 2019

Revenue not planning for customs posts but says it is ready for no-deal Brexit

Revenue has scaled up its Customs IT systems to handle the increased transaction levels.

# businesses - Monday 24 December, 2018

Brexit online training course on how customs work to be rolled out for Irish businesses

The Irish government has stepped up its preparations as a no-deal Brexit looms.

# businesses - Monday 26 February, 2018

Companies with HQs in the IFSC have a 'duty to give back' to north inner city, says minister

The Taoiseach also said he is confident the gardaí will bring an end to the Hutch-Kinahan feud.

# businesses - Thursday 21 September, 2017

Smart meters to be rolled out across Ireland in 2019 - a year later than anticipated

All old electricity meters are to be replaced in what’s described as a ‘once-in-a-generation’ project.

# businesses - Sunday 30 April, 2017

Dublin's George's Street Arcade: 'It's a bit old school in a city that's changing radically'

The iconic Victorian-era arcade shopping centre has been drawing customers for 135 years.

# businesses - Friday 31 March, 2017

Bus Éireann strikes show 'contempt' for the public: Businesses hit out at dispute

Commuters have faced chaos as Irish Rail and Dublin Bus services have been cancelled.

# businesses - Sunday 26 February, 2017

Ireland's first sneaker label launches this week

King of Soles is the brainchild of Glenn Heaslip.

# businesses - Sunday 19 February, 2017

There's a plan to 'rebrand' the north inner city as 'Dublin's North Central Quarter'

A regeneration plan for the area was launched this week.

# businesses - Sunday 12 February, 2017

There's a scheme to save struggling Irish companies from going under, but it's never been used. Here’s why

The insolvency process was to help smaller firms struggling under unsustainable debts.

# businesses - Saturday 11 February, 2017

'They've taken the heart and soul out of the town' - Locals worried as business after business closes in Naas

Retail businesses in the town are facing a myriad of problems.

# businesses - Thursday 9 February, 2017

Ivanka Trump steps down as director of Doonbeg golf resort

Trump himself resigned as a director of the two companies operating Doonbeg last month.

# businesses - Saturday 4 February, 2017

Businesses in border counties are the least likely to pay their rate bills

Firms in hubs like Letterkenny and Dundalk hope revaluations will bring some relief.

# businesses - Wednesday 6 April, 2016

Open thread: Tell us about the most amazing young person you know

It’s time to encourage the next generation.

# businesses - Monday 21 March, 2016

Survival of small businesses 'hangs in the balance' if Brexit becomes a reality

Some 200,000 people are employed here due to trade between Ireland and the UK.

# businesses - Wednesday 11 November, 2015

Over 130 jobs, and one of Ireland's best-known brands, have been saved

The move follows the approval of the examiner’s scheme in court today.

# businesses - Monday 24 August, 2015

Small Kildare village 'isolated' after collision damage to access bridge

A tractor struck the bridge recently causing the damage and because it is a protected structure it could be months before it is repaired.

# businesses - Monday 10 August, 2015

Some businesses to get discount on water charges

The cut in price will range from 5-40%.

# businesses - Monday 20 July, 2015

Another 50c an hour 'won't help families with spiralling rents and extra taxes'

But business groups are against any rise in the minimum wage.

# businesses - Monday 22 June, 2015

A lot of Irish businesses are getting scammed

No, he’s not the Prince of Nigeria.

# businesses - Thursday 1 January, 2015

Sell online to the EU? You could have a lot more paperwork from today VAT

Sell online to the EU? You could have a lot more paperwork from today

Michael Noonan has said new tax rules are a good thing, but not everyone is convinced.

# businesses - Wednesday 29 October, 2014

# businesses - Thursday 23 October, 2014

Good news: Your boss might be planning a wage bump for you

More than half of businesses in Ireland are planning to increase basic employee salaries.

# businesses - Wednesday 1 October, 2014

Bankruptcies have increased more than 750% since four years ago

New figures also show a rise in start-ups and a fall in the number of businesses going under.

# businesses - Tuesday 26 August, 2014

Opinion: Why do so many businesses ignore the needs of disabled patrons?

If people with disabilities cannot park near your business or access your services, they and their friends won’t give you custom – it’s that simple.

# businesses - Monday 23 June, 2014

Excessive lead levels in drinking water a 'danger for young children'

It was revealed yesterday that 41 schools, businesses and homes across the country have been found to have excessive levels of lead in the supply because of old pipes.

# businesses - Thursday 29 May, 2014

Irish businesses are among the EU's best for selling abroad online

It’s one of a number of details conatined in EU-wide research on digital habits.

# businesses - Thursday 22 May, 2014

Want to know how generous companies in your area are?

An impact map lets you see how companies supported local charities last year.

# businesses - Friday 16 May, 2014

Businesses in Northern Ireland fall victim to 'sophisticated credit card scam'

Police said a number of business people have already been defrauded out of significant sums of money.

# businesses - Saturday 12 April, 2014

Column: This is the 'Dangerous Cocktail' afflicts senior management teams the world over

Senior teams are very often the worst performing groups in the organisation – and I should know, I’ve spend enough time in one, writes Brian F Smyth.

# businesses - Friday 14 March, 2014

Pfizer, IBM and Microsoft to show small Irish businesses how to make it big

Over 3,000 small businesses in Ireland have already had the chance to take part in the programme which is run by a non-profit support forum.

# businesses - Monday 24 February, 2014

No decision made on who will collect commercial water charges under Irish Water

In 2013, water charges that went uncollected amounted to €16,502,532 in Dublin alone.

# businesses - Monday 27 January, 2014

Apple considers developing mobile payments service for physical goods

The company originally planned to create a wallet app in 2012, but backed out after concerns that consumers would blame it for any bad experiences with merchants.

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