Aer Lingus cabin crew today were told there was a “surplus” of staff a certain grades. Those affected are looking at deep pay freezes and lay-offs, well into next year.
Adam Tooze’s latest book chronicles the year between January 20, 2020, and January 20, 2021, as the world realised Covid for the threat it was and moved to deal with it. The economist and historian talks about how the crisis has altered the world, the nature of geopolitics and the future.
Air sanitisation company Sanity System’s Dublin base has reported a 200% increase in sales in Ireland as the economy continues to re-open and handles the group's soaring international business. The 11-year-old company believes that the emphasis on sanitisation is here to stay even post-Covid-19.
Aros Kapital is taking a 10 per cent stake in David Jelly’s Property Bridges and advancing the Irish property lender with a €100m credit line to lend to housebuilders. Jelly explains the strategy behind the deal and the type of projects it is seeking to finance.
Wendy McCormack Stunt's digital business card company Go DigiCard is used by 300 companies in 20 countries. She talks about signing a new large partner in the US, her plans to rebrand, and her vision of creating a Golden Pages of digital business cards.
WhatsApp is seeking a judicial review of the fine by the Data Protection Commission and has retained the commercial law firm Mason Hayes & Curran to handle the litigation. The case was lodged in the High Court yesterday.
The Irish tax authority has initiated a legal action against Novartis, a Swiss pharmaceutical multinational with major operations in Ireland. But why is Revenue targeting the company, and how much is at stake?
Noel Moran had an unusual problem: how to spend €148m, the proceeds of the sale of his business. A Central Bank investigation into his former company is continuing, but Moran is aiming to become one of Ireland’s top breeders. He explains how.
Henderson Park is battling the state over last-minute legislative changes that added €65m in tax to its €1.34bn acquisition of Green Reit. But just how has the portfolio it acquired held up during the pandemic, and what financial structure underpinned the deal?
From a standing start in 2016, Spotlight Oral Care has grown into a €19m business backed by Development Capital and financier Dermot Desmond. Co-founder Vanessa Creaven talks about the company’s journey, the importance of brand and its plans for international expansion.
In financial terms, Auckland is estimated to have lost NZ$145m (€87m) hosting the 2021 America’s Cup because of Covid. But Auckland native and former Munster rugby star Doug Howlett says the number does not tell the real story and argues the financial and cultural benefits would be immense if Cork is named as the next host city.
The co-founders of Siteserv, Brian Harvey and Niall McFadden, agreed on a deal to obtain 15% of the business following its forced sale. Neither its banker IBRC nor its advisors knew about the arrangement.
Averil Power's path to CEO of the Irish Cancer Society wasn't a direct one, but when her life in politics fell apart in 2011, she was advised not to undersell herself.
We are struggling to define Ireland and our society. Until we do that, we will never be able to resolve our most urgent needs of housing. We need to discuss how will we live together.
Amazon is investing heavily in Ireland with its new “fulfilment centre”. But there will be an on-the-ground effect to that investment, and, in this particular case, it will be an accelerated loss of jobs within the retail sector.
The DUP take no responsibility for the Brexit mess and the protocol they despise, but Jeffrey Donaldson's threat to bring down Stormont could bring its own problems for Sinn Féin.
They tell you to savour every minute of All Ireland week. But that's not for everyone. Mayo and Tyrone will need to block out the noise and whoever does that more successfully will triumph.
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