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Dublin: 8 °C Wednesday 12 December, 2018

Business - Yesterday’s News

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Business - Sunday 9 December, 2018

Tech giants are turning Dublin into one of Europe’s hottest property markets

A PwC report has ranked the capital as a top city for real estate investment and development.

Business - Saturday 8 December, 2018

16 years of precarious work in English language schools caused me to develop anxiety

I felt anxious, alienated and depressed. Irish workers must unite to resist the creeping casualisation of work, writes Keith Murdiff.

Business - Friday 7 December, 2018

Primark set to reopen at new location in Belfast tomorrow following major fire at former store

The retailer’s new outlet in Commonwealth House on Castle Street will open on 8 December.

Business - Thursday 6 December, 2018

Irish production The Favourite gets five Golden Globes nominations

The Favourite stars Olivia Colman and Rachel Weisz and Emma Stone, and marks the third collaboration between Element Pictures and director Yorgos Lanthimos.

Business - Sunday 2 December, 2018

Everything you need to know about the new US work visas for Irish people

It’s not a done deal yet, but advocates are cautiously optimistic about a big win.

Business - Saturday 1 December, 2018

Now you can finally limit how often you use apps on your phone

Here’s how to use Screen Time if you’re an iOS user.

Business - Friday 30 November, 2018

Iconic Dublin nightclub Lillie's Bordello to close in January

The Porterhouse Group says ‘exciting plans’ are afoot for the venue.

Business - Thursday 29 November, 2018

PTSB transfers thousands more of its customers to vulture fund servicer

Many of the mortgage-holders sold today had engaged with the bank and reached arrangements.

Business - Wednesday 28 November, 2018

Warning people will be stuck in rental market as regulator leaves mortgage rules unchanged

Central Bank governor Philip Lane said the measures protect borrowers from excessive debt.

Business - Tuesday 27 November, 2018

Angry customers and bullying: Why job stress in Ireland has doubled

Employees in the health sector and public administration experience the highest levels of job stress.

Business - Monday 26 November, 2018

Cost of putting a taxi on the road for newer drivers can be over €26,000 a year, says NTA

The NTA said it regularly monitors the cost of operating a taxi when it undertakes a fare review process.

Business - Sunday 25 November, 2018

'Spa-like showers' and a 'barista bar': How Dublin Airport plans to go fancy in a €1.7bn upgrade

The hub has proposed more than 100 projects as it caters to another 10 million passengers from 2020.

Business - Friday 23 November, 2018

Local Irish retailers hit back at Black Friday 'headaches' by encouraging a new shopping trend instead

The hashtag #GreenFriday is hoping to encourage consumers to be more conscious of how they shop.

Business - Thursday 22 November, 2018

Departing Facebook communications chief takes blame for PR firm controversy

Elliot Schrage taking the hit for the controversy is seen by some as convenient, since he previously said he was leaving the company.

Happy Pear to enjoy record revenues of €10 million this year

The business now operates three outlets – two in Greystones and one in Clondalkin.

After 16 years and numerous controversies, George Hook is leaving Newstalk

Station bosses have wished Hook well on his retirement.

'A four-day work week could lead to greater productivity and wealth'

Fewer working hours could benefit both individuals and the economy, Kevin Callinan writes.

An irate Lidl accuses rivals of 'planned and sustained campaign' to block it building new stores

Lidl said the majority of its planning applications are usually accepted anyway, but accused its rivals of seeking to delay the process.

Business - Wednesday 21 November, 2018

Amazon says customers' email addresses were exposed

Customers in Europe and the US were affected.

Business - Tuesday 20 November, 2018

Irish users may actually be starting to use their smartphones a little bit less

A new survey suggests people are attempting to address ‘our addiction to smartphones’.

Business - Monday 19 November, 2018

PAYE workers could lose out on benefit of tax cuts as Revenue reviews expense flat rate Tax

PAYE workers could lose out on benefit of tax cuts as Revenue reviews expense flat rate

A number of categories like shop assistants, actors and journalists will have their flat-rate expenses withdrawn from 1 January.

Russian bank collapse: Fictitious assets, hidden losses and the role of the IFSC

Cillian Doyle reveals how Ireland’s shadow banking sector hid massive losses, triggering one of the most costly bank bailouts in Russian history.

Business - Sunday 18 November, 2018

Hot-desk giant WeWork has a spot in the new One Central Plaza but no plans outside Dublin yet

The company has two offices open in the capital with three more in the pipeline.

Business - Tuesday 13 November, 2018

Reliance on government support by renters likely to increase after Brexit

The amount of money the State pays in Hap will also increase if Brexit results in further rent hikes in the capital.

Archaeology firm denies workers' dispute - accuses union of 'trying to disrupt employees' lives'

The company said it is already paying staff more than the union recently agreed with another archaeology firm.

Business - Monday 12 November, 2018

From The42 IRFU promise to invest €27 million land sale fee into grassroots rugby Pay Day

IRFU promise to invest €27 million land sale fee into grassroots rugby

The union has sold a 92-acre site in the Newlands Cross area of Dublin.

Business - Saturday 10 November, 2018

Making and exporting Guinness could be 'seriously disrupted' because of Brexit

Guinness is made by the Liffey, packaged in Belfast, and shipped from Dublin port – Brexit is a huge threat to that process.

Business - Thursday 8 November, 2018

Facebook is moving into AIB's Ballsbridge HQ and could bring 5,000 more jobs

The tech giant has had its international headquarters in Ireland since 2009.

Business - Wednesday 7 November, 2018

EU secures funding to roll out free WiFi hotspots to public spaces

Local authorities can apply for vouchers worth €15,000 to provide free public WiFi in town centres, parks, libraries and museums.

Many non-Irish nationals are as likely to be employed and as educated as Irish people

Research published by the ESRI this morning examines how well migrants are settling into Ireland.

Business - Tuesday 6 November, 2018

'Nobody would try this if there was a garda station': Three businesses hit in morning raids in Stepaside

A man in his 20s has been arrested over the robberies.

Hotel worker who claimed manager told him that he had his 'head up his a**e' awarded €1,700 WRC

Hotel worker who claimed manager told him that he had his 'head up his a**e' awarded €1,700

The dispute arose after the worker went home from his job early one evening in December 2017.

Business - Monday 5 November, 2018

Personal injury claims: Average award in whiplash cases is over €20,000

The majority of compensation claims assessed in the first six months of this year were whiplash related.

More than 51,000 fathers have taken paternity leave since September 2016

51,409 fathers have been awarded leave since the scheme began.

Business - Sunday 4 November, 2018

The duo behind Dublin's newest tourist attraction say its near-end was like 'sudden death'

Four years since the idea was floated, the Vaults Live is open after being spared from examinership.

Government now monitoring tax affairs of medium-sized corporations and certain 'high wealth individuals'

A new division will manage the affairs of people and companies who can’t be monitored by the Revenue’s Large Cases Division.

Business - Saturday 3 November, 2018

Four Star Pizza is eyeing a move into Britain as it hits saturation point in Ireland

The pizza chain’s director says it is already “at capacity” in many areas of the local market.

Business - Friday 2 November, 2018

Ryanair is allowing a 'grace period' before the new fee for 10kg cabin bags kicks in

Non-priority passengers will have to bring 10kg cabin bags on board.

Business - Thursday 1 November, 2018

Google's Dublin employees stage walkout over company's treatment of women Sexual Harassment This post contains videos

Google's Dublin employees stage walkout over company's treatment of women

Last week Google said it had fired 48 employees in the past two years as a result of sexual harassment allegations.

New Ryanair policy ending free 10kg baggage allowance for non-priority passengers begins today

The airline says the move is being introduced to cut delays.

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