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Dublin: 6 °C Friday 22 November, 2019

Business - Saturday 16 November, 2019

Broadsheets to 'propaganda sheets': Why are the UK papers shouting louder and louder?

The bias is more obvious than ever, so what is driving it?

Business - Sunday 10 November, 2019

Coffee shops roast the Government for taking ‘easy way out’ with latte levy

Single-use coffee cups are to be hit with a levy of up to 25 cent under new government plans.

Business - Monday 4 November, 2019

McDonald's CEO fired for dating company employee

Steve Easterbrook served as the company’s chief executive since 2015.

Business - Friday 1 November, 2019

Business Post group acquires Irish Tatler and other magazines

The group has bought Irish Tatler, Food & Wine, and Auto Ireland.

Business - Thursday 24 October, 2019

Ireland misses greenhouse gas emissions targets with Status Red snowfalls putting pressure on home heating

The EPA says there are challenges in dealing with extreme weather events in a sustainable way.

Business - Wednesday 23 October, 2019

Big pharma firm Novartis to cut 320 jobs at Cork plant

One of the world’s biggest pharmaceutical firms, Novartis employs 1,600 people in Ireland.

Business - Tuesday 15 October, 2019

Overseas sales of Operation Transformation and Taken Down help RTÉ commercial arm profits

The commercial division generates revenues from overseas sales of shows, sponsorship and sales of the RTÉ Guide.

Business - Monday 7 October, 2019

EY to create 600 new jobs across island of Ireland

The roles will be spread out across six cities.

Irish businesses 'will need €1.5bn' to prevent job losses if there is a no-deal Brexit

Many firms face collapse if supports are not urgently put in place, Ibec has warned.

Business - Wednesday 2 October, 2019

Former INM executive Joe Webb takes legal action against the media company

Webb, the former CEO of INM Ireland, was one of the so-called #INM19 who allegedly had their emails accessed by an external company.

Business - Friday 27 September, 2019

'There's no excuse': Central Bank says some insurance firms not prepared for no-deal Brexit

Ed Sibley said overall the Irish financial system is resilient enough to withstand a hard Brexit.

Business - Thursday 26 September, 2019

'It's like having a bank holiday every week': Trade union calls for four-day work week

A number of organisations have come together in support of the idea, saying productivity levels could be maintained or even increased.

Business - Wednesday 25 September, 2019

Three sites beside Liffey Valley Shopping Centre on the market for €8.4m

It’s expected that the sites will be used for office space, retail or a hotel.

Business - Sunday 22 September, 2019

Growth in house prices slows to just 0.1% - but unclear if supply or Brexit is the cause

The average cost of a house nationwide in the third quarter of this year was €257,000.

Business - Tuesday 17 September, 2019

'Don't Buy The Sun' trends after English cricketer Ben Stokes hits out at 'lowest form of journalism'

The paper ran a story about a family tragedy that happened before Stokes was born.

Christine Lagarde a no-show as she's voted in as new ECB President by secret ballot

Largarde is currently the outgoing chief of the International Monetary Fund.

Business - Monday 16 September, 2019

Drinks industry calls for drop in 'uncompetitive' alcohol tax as sterling value continues to fall

The Drinks Industry Group of Ireland called for a 15% reduction in the tax by 2021.

Business - Friday 13 September, 2019

Apple tax: Ireland's appeal over the €14.3bn due to Ireland will be heard next week

The appeal is due before the Court of Justice of the European Union.

Business - Wednesday 11 September, 2019

There's a big difference between what Irish men and women are living off in retirement

The ESRI has put the gender pension gap at 35%.

Business - Tuesday 10 September, 2019

Meat Industry Ireland says 3,000 workers have been laid off because of 'illegal blockades'

The beef dispute is showing no signs of conclusion.

Business - Monday 9 September, 2019

'It's out of our hands now': Dublin's Bernard Shaw pub to close at end of October

The owners of the pub said they had “tried really hard” to renew their lease, stay on longer or buy the pub.

Several Irish flights affected after British Airways cancels UK services over pilot pay dispute

The carrier is currently locked in a pay dispute with its 4,300 pilots.

Business - Friday 6 September, 2019

Two complaints against online bank upheld over offensive use of word 'bulls**t' in ad campaign

Complainants considered references to the word to be offensive and unnecessary.

Business - Thursday 5 September, 2019

What's next for M&S after the British company fell out of the FTSE 100?

This is the first time M&S has not been a FTSE 100 member since 1984.

Business - Wednesday 28 August, 2019

Central Bank tells government to save rather than spend windfalls to help buffer Ireland against future downturns

If windfalls are going to be to be used, they should be used to reduce Ireland’s debt.

Sterling value plummets following decision by Boris Johnson to seek suspension of UK parliament

The currency’s value fell by almost 1% this morning.

Business - Tuesday 27 August, 2019

More pickets at beef plants as talks labelled 'a waste of time' unless prices are on the table

The unofficial protests are ongoing amid unrest among farmers.

KFC is trying out some 'plant-based chicken nuggets'

The US fast-food chain is trialling product.

Business - Friday 23 August, 2019

Peppa Pig production studio sold to US toymaker Hasbro for €3.6 billion Oh

Peppa Pig production studio sold to US toymaker Hasbro for €3.6 billion

The company said it was the acquisition of the show was a strategic growth opportunity.

Business - Sunday 11 August, 2019

Britain to mint 'millions' of commemorative 50p Brexit coins ahead of 31 October

The Sunday Telegraph is reporting that Sajid Javid wants production ramped up.

Business - Thursday 1 August, 2019

Radio wars: Ivan Yates smiling in the Hard Shoulder as ditched Today FM presenter wins listeners

RTÉ’s dominance of the top 20 shows is broken only by Ivan Yates.

Business - Tuesday 30 July, 2019

Dutch firm called McGregor objects to Conor McGregor’s attempts to trademark his name

The Dutch firm sells clothing and accessories under the ‘McGREGOR’ brand.

Holiday Inn and Crowne Plaza are getting rid of mini shampoo bottles by 2021

Holiday Inn and Crowne Plaza are getting rid of mini shampoo bottles by 2021

The hotel group uses an average of 200 million ‘bathroom miniatures’ in its rooms each year.

Big shakeup at Today FM as presenter says she's been 'fired' from the station

Mairead Ronan is to take on lunchtime slot currently held by Muireann O’Connell.

Business - Friday 26 July, 2019

'American wine is better than French wine!' - Trump threatens tariffs on France and 'foolish' Macron

The US President was responding to France’s new a digital services tax.

Business - Thursday 18 July, 2019

Poll: Would you use a sleep pod in work or college? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Would you use a sleep pod in work or college?

A bad night’s sleep can cause memory and concentration issues.

Business - Wednesday 17 July, 2019

Only three in 10 of us get 'enough' sleep, so how can we improve this?

Commute times, shift work and mobile phones all play a role.

Business - Tuesday 16 July, 2019

Galway's Carbon nightclub is closing to become a Wetherspoons

The English discount pub chain is to turn it into a pub and beer garden.

Business - Thursday 11 July, 2019

Carbon tax model that pays money back to households to be discussed

The Green Party is hosting today’s discussion in Leinster House featuring Irish and international experts.

Business - Sunday 7 July, 2019

From The42 Horan: 'I try and be as straight as I can. I don’t think Kerry will give two hoots about what I say' Moving On

Horan: 'I try and be as straight as I can. I don’t think Kerry will give two hoots about what I say'

James Horan played down his remarks after the league final when he said Mayo could have beaten Kerry “by 10 or 12 points.”

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