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#Job Losses

# job-losses - Wednesday 4 May, 2011

Column: Nick Leeson on why accountability should come from the top down - not the other way around

Nick Leeson served time for the actions that brought down Barings bank. But what happened to the treasury, risk management and compliance professionals who failed to stop him? They’re still working in finance, of course.

# job-losses - Thursday 10 March, 2011

AOL to cut hundreds of jobs following HuffPo buyout

Online giant is streamlining and seeking to become a major source of news and other content.

# job-losses - Thursday 13 January, 2011

Last edition for The Kingdom newspaper as 11 jobs lost

Presses to run one last time on local Kerry paper, the second newspaper to shut down here in a week.

# job-losses - Thursday 6 January, 2011

'Shocked', 'A rash decision': staff reaction to closure of Irish Daily Star Sunday

Full-time employees of closed newspaper to hear full details of their redundancies tomorrow – while a number of full-time freelancers also lose work.

THE Irish Daily Star Sunday newspaper has closed down with the loss of all 17 permanent staff posts.

Employees at the sister paper of the Irish Daily Star were told the bad news at a meeting this morning with management. Two internal sources told that the staff were told that the final edition of Star Sunday was the one which was printed last weekend. The paper is believed to have never turned a profit since its launch in 2003.

The Irish Daily Star and Star Sunday moved offices from their longtime home in Terenure, Dublin to new premises in Dundrum just last month.

# job-losses - Friday 19 November, 2010

IMF to begin formal talks with Ireland

IMF delegates filter into the country for rescue package talks – but the government insists it will not bow to pressure to reduce the corporation tax rate.

# job-losses - Tuesday 7 September, 2010

22 redundancies announced in Mayo

Fish-feed company Skretting says that production in Ireland is not longer economically viable.

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