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Fashion retailer Forever 21 files for bankruptcy
A decision was made last year to close the retailer’s only Irish shop in Dublin.
Canning calls on GAA to reinstate September All-Ireland hurling final date
The Galway talisman says the current format upsets the club calendar.
Manchester United academy reshuffle brings new role for Nicky Butt
Nick Cox takes over Butt’s former role as academy head and they will report to John Murtough.
M&S to close 100 stores across the UK by 2020
No Irish stores will be affected as part of the move.
GAA to save Mayo €200k a year as they take over MacHale Park redevelopment
The move could save the county board millions.
Sony places its hopes on the PS4 as it undergoes major changes
The company will slash its TV and smartphone lineup, and place greater focus on its image sensor business as it tries to reverse losses.
Allsop signs deal that will stop the auctioning of repossessed homes
A formal agreement with the Irish Mortgage Holder’s Organisation ensures properties where no deal has been struck to sort out mortgage arrears will not be offered for auction.
Irish mortgage holders are over €2 billion in arrears
One in eight accounts is now in mortgage arrears over 90 days and just 306 accounts have been signed up to a split mortgage.
New HSE management structure comes into force
The changes signed into effect by Health Minister James Reilly sees a Health Service Directorate replace the HSE Board – making the service more accountable to the Department of Health.
Bank of Ireland: 120 homes repossessed or surrendered in first half of 2012
Meanwhile, it emerged that 16,000 BOI customers have had their mortgage restructured, with 86 per cent of people fully complying with payment.