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# Money Talks

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# Money Talks
Most employers will be hiring next year, but workers expect to get more from those jobs
People are expecting extra cash after years of shrinking pay packets.
# Premier League
Manchester United to open Van Persie contract talks in January
“The truth is I’m very happy here at this club. I signed for four years and I’d be delighted to stay even longer,” says the Dutchman
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O'Neill: We don't want to stop Dublin making money - we want to bring others up to their level
“There has to be some sort of thought put into a possible realignment of finance.”
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GAAGO - the new GAA streaming service - will sponsor the Football Championship
The product is set to launch next month.
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Here are the big-name athletes who've had their funding cut this year
€1.6 million will be provided in direct funding for Ireland’s top athletes this year, the Irish Sports Council confirmed today.
# Money Talks
New £5 million salary cap for the 'most competitive league in world rugby'
Premiership Rugby has announced that their clubs will be operating under a boosted wage limit from 2014/15.
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Amir Khan's camp throw doubt over showdown with Floyd Mayweather
Khan was reportedly set to announce a $200m fight against the unbeaten American.
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Paddy Barnes: 'Without more money, Irish boxing is going nowhere'
Funding cloud hangs over Barnes and Irish boxing as they prepare for next month’s World Championships.
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Dublin confident they can match Vodafone payday in new sponsorship deal
The Dubs are still in negotiations for a company to replace Vodafone as the county’s main sponsor.
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That's a lot of zeroes! Diamond League organisers splash out to bring Bolt to Paris
Guess how much his appearance fee is?
# Money Talks
Arsenal's £17.8 million profit puts heat on Arsene Wenger to spend on new recruits
Wenger has been criticised repeatedly in recent years for failing to spend big money on new players.
# Money Talks
McIlroy says goodbye to Jumeirah ahead of Nike switch
The announcement paves the way for McIlroy’s big money move to Nike, which is expected to be announced early next week.
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Leeds announce Bahrain takeover
Current owner Ken Bates says he weeded out the “liars, chancers and conmen” before selling Leeds United to GFH Capital.
# Money Talks
Kenny hit didn't weaken Hoops pulling power, says Roche
Shamrock Rovers chairman Jonathan Roche said the decision to sack Stephen Kenny had no financial impact on the club’s search for a new manager.
# Money Talks
McIlroy won't renew contract with Titleist
McIlroy’s decision to part ways with the equipment manufacturer could pave the way for a rumoured multi-million dollar deal with Nike.
# Money Talks
McIlroy chases Donald feat in Shanghai
The world number one will play his opening two rounds with Lee Westwood and Justin Rose in a mouthwatering match-up.
# Money Talks
Ireland 'inspired' as hockey bosses confirm Argentina place
IHA confirm that the men’s national hockey team will compete at Champions Challenge I as fundraising efforts near the €60,000 mark.
# Money Talks
Irish hockey team set for Argentina as fundraiser nets €55k
Ireland’s men are set to travel to the Champions Challenge I tournament following an overwhelming response to their public appeal.
# Money Talks
Ice Hockey star Weber on the verge of signing $26m deal for first season in Philadelphia
Replica jerseys and stadium hot dogs must be selling for some coin these days to keep these athletes content.
# Money Talks
How much Irish currency does the Central Bank change every day?
You might find the answer to be unusually high.
# Money Talks
Miller time: American businessman set for Rangers takeover
Bill Miller’s £11.2m bid for Rangers has been recommended by the administrators running the Glasgow giants.