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Newsletter: What's going on with plans to give workers a better work-life balance?
Newsletter: What's behind the global tech sector job cuts?
Analysis: Energy insecurity and our fracking future
Not quite normal: Airport chaos mirrors post-Covid economy struggling to find its level
Ryanair lost €355 million last year amid 'fragile' recovery in air travel from the pandemic
Flurry of announcements caps off noteworthy week for Irish banks and their customers
Question marks hang over Elon Musk's plans after $44 billion Twitter takeover deal
The Twittering classes: Elon Musk's $43 billion bid and Twitter's 'poison pill'
Is your bank exiting the market? Take action soon, experts say. Here's what you need to know
Raise social welfare rates to shield struggling households from spiralling inflation, experts say
Tax receipts climbed in the first three months of 2022 but figures are 'flattered' by Covid
Banks 'ill-prepared for the biggest logistical challenge in Irish banking since the euro'
Electric Ireland to raise electricity and gas prices by over 20% from start of May
Ireland's inflation shock explained: The factors driving up prices here and across the globe
'Panic buying will only make the situation worse,' say Ireland's oil and fuel suppliers
Nervous times for Irish households and businesses as supply anxieties roll through markets
Ireland 'engaging' with EU on proposal to ban Russian ships from docking at European ports
Explainer: How reliant is Ireland on Russian energy - and why are gas and oil prices rising?
Morning Memo: Western sanctions heap pressure on Russian banks
'Financially, I'm in a pickle': Your stories of coping with the cost-of-living squeeze
Traditional remedies might not work. So how will we cure the surging cost of living?
No let up in cost of living surge in January as Eurozone inflation hits a record high
Revolut takes 'first steps' toward offering loans and bank accounts to Irish users
As 'unprecedented' inflation bites, the gap between Irish used and new car prices is tightening
Supermarkets and hauliers struggling with 'higher than normal' rates of staff shortages
'Some staff reported being spat at': Public asked to respect shop workers as sales begin
Incoming cold snap looks likely to bring inflated Irish energy bills with it in early 2022
Brexit drives slump in Irish imports from Britain while cross-border trade flourishes
Irish trade and politics are being transformed by Brexit - but how? What can we expect in 2022?
Don't miss out: The Journal and UCD Smurfit School are offering an MBA scholarship worth €35k
Rosslare Europort had one of the busiest days in its history this month - thanks to Brexit
Looking to unlock your career potential? How the UCD Smurfit MBA is doing things differently
Brexit is fuelling a boom in cross-border trade. But why? And what does it mean for the island?
The Journal and UCD Smurfit School have an MBA scholarship worth €35k for one reader
Regulator to pursue former Permanent TSB executive in first individual tracker mortgage probe
Anglo's collapse has had an outsized impact on Irish life and so will Seán FitzPatrick's legacy
Morning Memo: Who benefits most from the tax changes in Budget 2022?
Explainer: Why is Ireland about to raise its corporation tax rate from 12.5% to 15%?
Supply and demand: What's behind the surge in Irish and European energy prices this year?
Morning Memo: Europe's looming 'energy crisis'