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Thursday 5 October 2023 Dublin: 14°C

# Irish Businesses

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Irish businesses start preparations to return to the workplace, says Ibec
78% of businesses who responded are planning on returning to the workplace by September.
Tens of thousands of Irish firms haven't registered to move goods to and from the UK post-Brexit
Business groups have said the low numbers of companies acquiring their EORI so far is worrying.
Tougher rules for bookmakers under new money laundering rules
New rules targeting money laundering were announced today by the government.
An Irish jeweller is offering free pieces to 'real women' to model for her website
Fiona De Buitlear of Trinkets Jewellery wants to see more ‘real women’ in advertising.
Irish businesses warned of 'significantly increased' IT security risks in 2013
Major security breaches at large international businesses such as Sony, LinkedIn, Global Payments and RSA are a warning to Irish businesses, says a leading security specialist.
ComReg warns businesses of increase in phone hacking
In one phone hacking case, a company had calls to the value of over €250,000 made through its phones.
Busiest time for criminal activity on businesses is 7-10pm: report
Security firm Netwatch says that holidays were the busiest time of year for criminal activity on business sites in 2011.
Employment initiative sees businesses pledge almost 1,200 new jobs
Hireland hopes to encourage the creation of 5,000 new positions across Ireland in the first six months of 2012.
The Daily Fix: Sunday
In your rainy Sunday Fix: Gilmore says we can still get an interest rate cut; bad news for growth in Irish businesses; the result of our caption competition; and a bit of Eric Clapton to brighten up your evening.
Rise in number of Irish businesses closing with one in two described as being at risk
It’s worrying news with an average of ten insolvencies a day in April. As well as this it has been revealed that a high percentage of court judgements on unpaid debt were against consumers.
Ireland one of the top European countries for promoting women to senior financial positions
Ireland ranks second in Europe and 11th globally when it comes to promoting women to senior financial positions.