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Tuesday 7 February 2023 Dublin: 7°C

# Liquidation

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# Businesses
118 new start-ups underway each day last month
However, 55 per cent of the 11,156 companies surveyed by Vision-net last month were deemed as being at high risk of collapse.
# Re-Peats
'Wave of goodwill' sees two Peats electronics stores saved
The electronics chain, which had announced plans to go into liquidation, will instead trade under examinership in two outlets.
# peats
Peats to seek liquidator - 11 stores closed
The first Peats store was opened in 1934. Tonight, employees were told that all 11 shops in the chain will close. Staff will receive full redundancy pay and entitlements.
# Jobs
78 jobs to go with loss of €30m as Cork-Swansea ferry ends service
Fastnet Line will now be placed in receivership or liquidation, depending on the judge’s decision, the company has said.
# Saved
Irish Post newspaper saved in Britain
A buyer has stepped in to takeover the weekly newspaper, which went into liquidation last month.
# the irish post
Twelve lose jobs in Irish Post closure
The newspaper which served Ireland’s emigrant community in Britain could no longer sustain falling circulation and advertising losses.
# Liquidation
Irish travel website close with loss of 14 jobs
The Cork-based travel website had been trading since 1998 and had offices Skibbereen and Boston, USA.
# Construction
Major construction company goes into liquidation
The Cork-based company Bowen Construction has began operations in 1968 and employed approximately 70 people.
# Out of Business
Over 1,000 companies declared insolvent in first half of 2011
While the number of company startups was higher in 2011, the numbers going out of business also rose.
# insolvency
33 companies a week going bust from January to April
InsolvencyJournal.ie’s statistics showed that 558 companies went insolvent in the first four months of 2011.
# Stress Tests
Almost half of all companies facing debt "perfect storm"
Credit risk assessors estimates that failing Irish businesses owe about €621m.
# sin e
Creditors' meeting set for Sin E pub
Popular Dublin haunt on the quays set for creditors’ meeting next week.
# Construction
Pierse Construction seeks liquidator
The leading construction firm has asked the Commercial Court to appoint a liquidator.
# Limerick
Company controlling Limerick Independent up to €1m in debt
Newspaper forced from offices.