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# Accounts

Last year
# Covid-19
Penneys accounts show €72 million less revenue last year
The company’s stores opened for Christmas 2020 but closed in January and didn’t reopen until May 2021.
# Accounts
FAI post small profit for 2021 as debt remains at €63.5 million
‘I am convinced we are turning the corner after our recent turmoil, as evident from a financial perspective at the very least,’ said chairperson Roy Barrett.
All time
# ethics watchdog
SIPO 'very concerned' about failure of Aontú and Renua to submit statements of their annual accounts
Political parties registered in Ireland are required to disclose their annual accounts to SIPO.
# Accounts
FAI reveal liabilities of over €55 million in 'shocking' financial report
The 2018 accounts show that the FAI paid a €462,000 settlement to former CEO John Delaney
# Accounts
Ireland and Leinster's on-field success leads to €1.2 million profit for IRFU
Philip Browne hails 2017/18 season as a ‘record breaking one in terms of team and financial performance.’
# curiosity shoppe
The Sinn Féin bookstore made €350,000 last year... but things could still be better
The company has closed its retail outlet and now concentrates on internet sales.
# charleville lodge
The firm behind the controversy magnet White Moose Cafe has raked in nearly €100,000
Manager Paul Stenson is currently in the midst of a spat with a blogger.
# In The Green
The Irish Church of Scientology returned to profit last year
The directors have said they intend to increase current trading levels.
# Accounts
Denis O'Brien's Communicorp radio empire lost €3.5m last year
The company owns many of Ireland’s biggest radio stations, including Newstalk and Today FM.
# Forgotten
Think you know how many devices access your accounts? This is how you can check
Chances are there are more logged in than you think.
# Pokemon No
Pokémon Go makers say they're updating iOS app to address security concerns
The iOS version of the app requested more permissions from users’ Google accounts than was needed.
# just resting
Revenue has taken back millions from people hiding money in offshore accounts
The organisation is appealing for anyone evading tax by holding money overseas to come forward.
# no escape
The week has gone from bad to worse for Instagram
Problems with the latest update include a bug which stops people from logging out or switching their account.
# D'oh!
If you see your password on this list, change it immediately
Unless you really, really think the likes of ’123456′ is going to keep your account safe.
# 12 days of tech
If you're changing phones, here's how to disconnect your old device from your account
If you’re changing phones, make sure you don’t have any old phones connected to your current account.
# Apology
Irish Water had to delete 700 customer accounts because of a technical issue
The utility said the issue presented no risk to personal security or financial information.
# Trial
Anglo verdict was delayed over anonymous claim about jury foreman
The three accused had pleaded not guilty to conspiring to conceal or alter accounts.
# TechGuide
How many places is your Facebook account logged in? Be careful...
There may be a few devices you’ve easily forgotten about.
# manortown
A Dublin financial trader stole €10k from his local football club
The money has since been repaid to Manortown United.
# Online Safety
Here's how you can make your internet experience that little bit safer
As it’s Safer Internet Day it’s worth brushing up on the different factors to keep your info safe.
# Let's Negotiate
'Funding will definitely be on the table' - GPA set for talks with GAA on new agreement
The current GAA-GPA agreement expires at the end of December 2015.
# Profits
Facebook paid €2.3m corporate tax in Ireland in 2013
The company made a huge leap in pre-tax profits.
# Japan
Millionairess 'black widow' suspected of killing husband
The woman, Chisako Kakehi, denies any involvement in the deaths.
# profile picture
The Irish government is asking for more and more user data from Facebook
The growth in requests is more than double the global average.
# Make a wish
A new challenge for charities - how to replicate the Ice Bucket Challenge
The Make-A -Wish Foundation says that the face of charity donation has changed hugely in the past 12 months.
# Safety First
Worried your online accounts are under threat? Here's how you can keep them safe
It’s always worth taking an extra step to ensure your data doesn’t fall into the wrong hands.
# TechKnowHow
Which services let you share accounts with your family?
Because sharing the one Netflix account with them can be a bit of a pain sometimes.
# Garda Investigation
An 'administrative error' was the reason why a Fine Gael branch in Mayo didn't file its accounts
The party has responded to news that the gardaí can’t find the person responsible for the accounts of a branch in Enda Kenny’s constituency.
# Money
IRFU report positive financial outcome after Six Nations triumph
Irish rugby’s governing body has urged caution in the long-term despite this success.
'Should I go in and sit on my hands?': PAC chair defends call for health bosses to quit
John McGuinness said it wasn’t an attempt to grab headlines.
# the books
The Government's tax take is up €415 million on this time last year
The Exchequer deficit for the first three months is at €2.3 billion, compared to €3.7 billion this time last year. Michael Noonan says it’s a ‘solid start’.
# Hacked
Hundreds of Bank of Ireland customers have accounts skimmed
Thousands of euro was taken from customer accounts in a major skimming operation.
# pa33w0rd
How to create strong and secure passwords
Considering how large a role they play in keeping our online profiles safe, you should take the time to create strong, unique passwords to keep your data safe.
# whoops
"We apologise sincerely": All Bank of Ireland accounts back to normal after duplicate debit glitch
Some customers who made Visa Debit transactions last Friday had the amount taken out of their account twice.
# Security
'123456' tops list of worst passwords of 2013
Other gems included “abc123,” “qwerty,” “iloveyou,” and “password.”
# Child Abuse
Public inquiry into historical child abuse in NI begins today
The inquiry will focus on claims of abuse by institutions run by organisations like churches and the state in Northern Ireland.
# top-ups
HSE says some ‘top-ups’ for hospital executives date back to 1996
Only 7 hospital agencies have been found to be compliant with public pay policy.
# Data Request
Facebook received 34 data requests from Irish government
In its first transparency report, the company received over 26,000 requests worldwide, involving over 38,000 user accounts.
# Aviation
Ryanair issues profit warning, sees €1 billion wiped off share value
The company says that it “cannot guarantee” that profits won’t fall below the €570 million mark this year.