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# Businesses

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Liquidations rise in Q3, but fewer companies become insolvent
Latest statistics show that insolvencies in the construction sector are falling – but are increasing in retail and hospitality.
Businesses feel the benefit of Dublin's All-Ireland success
The capital has been boosted by the Dubs’ last-gasp win over Kerry on Sunday, says the Dublin Chamber of Commerce.
Sunday the busiest day for business break-ins
New figures show that over 40 per cent of break-ins take place at the weekend.
August one of highest months for insolvencies
An average of 10 companies a day became insolvent in August, with one-third of insolvent companies leaving unpaid mortgages behind.
Half of all businesses in Ireland are contracting or struggling to survive
New research by a body which supports small and medium enterprises finds that the rising cost of overheads such as energy is a key concern for many businesses in Ireland.