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Business - Today’s News

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Enda Kenny is travelling to Canada to meet Justin Trudeau and discuss 'middle-class jobs'

Trudeau said that Ireland is a ‘close friend’ to Canada.

Factfind: Could compulsory purchase be used for the maternity hospital and what would it cost?

The St. Vincent’s site is the preferred site for the hospital.

AIB fined €2.3 million for breaches relating to terrorist financing and money laundering

The bank also failed to conduct required due diligence on accounts predating Ireland’s money-laundering laws.

Business - Saturday 22 April, 2017

Ivanka Trump has been absolutely raking it in since her father became president

Despite no longer managing her brand, Trump’s businesses have been filing trademarks left, right, and centre, notably in China.

Business - Friday 21 April, 2017

Plans to build over 100 apartments in south Dublin have been shot down

The council said that the plan from a well-known developer would overshadow existing properties.

Business - Wednesday 19 April, 2017

Debt advisers slammed as 'penny pinching misers' after docking workers' Leap Year pay

Debt advisory service MABS had docked the paychecks of two workers to the tune of between €140 and €160 each.

Cork loses out as passengers continue to flock to Dublin Airport

The capital’s hub is taking a massive chunk of Ireland’s total air traffic.

What does a UK election mean for Ireland? It could be good news you know...

… from a Brexit point of view at least. But could it bring about a border poll?

Business - Tuesday 18 April, 2017

Whatever happened to... A giant Disneyland-style theme park in north Dublin?

The development would have been the biggest ever in Ireland – even including a monorail.

Business - Monday 17 April, 2017

Why you should be very wary of signing this insurance form on arrival at an Irish hospital

Signing up for private health care where none is available increases your bill ten times, and sometimes the situation can be even worse.

Business - Sunday 16 April, 2017

'It's misleading' - is a tricolour sticker on fish enough to convince you it comes from Ireland?

The large supermarkets in operation here have adopted similar approaches to each other when it comes to marketing fish sourced from abroad.

'A lot of my book was painful to write - I was admitting the things I’ve f**ked up'

3FE founder Colin Harmon self-published a title for his master’s degree.

Glen 'satisfied' there has been 'no misappropriation of funds' after issues reported to regulator

A report in this morning’s Sunday Business Post revealed that the charity is under investigation for irregularities regarding its finances.

The case against female-only business groups in 2017

Anything that reinforces a stereotype that women need special treatment should be cut out.

As Cuba emerges from economic hibernation, opportunity knocks for Irish firms

But don’t expect anything to happen quickly in the Caribbean nation.

Business - Saturday 15 April, 2017

Ireland slips down the global tourism competitiveness scale

But the industry isn’t too worried.

This Mayo designer has won two awards for her handwoven, luxurious 'agriculture fashion'

“I think even born city-dwellers have almost unconscious muscle memory of life in rural Ireland. We all share it,” according to designer Deirdre Duffy.

Ireland's 'Just Eat of salon bookings’ says Brexit is scaring investors away

Beutifi raised €350,000 to open a London office and take on new staff.

Deadly worm disease in lambs is on the increase, farmers warned

It takes almost a year before the egg hatches releasing the infective larvae.

Business - Friday 14 April, 2017

The Irish Church of Scientology returned to profit last year

The directors have said they intend to increase current trading levels.

Here's what you need to know about Eir's record fine from the telecoms watchdog

The company blamed the weather for delivering poor phone services in 2015.

Business - Thursday 13 April, 2017

United Airlines: Passenger takes first legal steps, as new footage emerges

Dao remains in the hospital but a family member is expected to take part in a press conference today.

Business - Wednesday 12 April, 2017

The 'surprising' email that led to Irish-founded Stripe's latest company buyout

The online payments firm has acquired startup advice site Indie Hackers.

Newstalk, 98FM and Spin's CEOs to go in a major Communicorp reshuffle

Only TodayFM’s CEO has retained his position.

'Fast, healthy food' outlet Chopped announces UK expansion, 430 new jobs

There’ll be over 300 jobs in Ireland and 110 in the UK, it’s planned.

Business - Tuesday 11 April, 2017

Intel to close "unsustainable" pension scheme for longer-term staff

The company said that the cuts are being driven by ‘factors beyond its control’.

Ivanka Trump clothing line sales soar by 61% in 2016

The results appear to contradict Nordstrom’s stated reason for dropping the Ivanka Trump line.

The owner of the Irish Mirror has just bought RSVP magazine

The title is one of Ireland’s top-selling ​women’s ​magazines.

This tiny, family-run newspaper in Iowa just won a Pulitzer Prize

The paper’s staff haven’t let the honour go to their heads.

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Officer who forcibly removed passenger from plane is suspended from duty

The aviation security officer has been placed on leave “pending a thorough review of the situation”.

Business - Monday 10 April, 2017

Pharma giant Johnson & Johnson has snapped up a Galway firm in a massive deal

Neuravi was acquired by the company’s neurosurgery arm, Codman Neuro.

The price of Irish groceries has dropped for the first time in two years

Meanwhile, SuperValu has overtaken Dunnes Stores to become Ireland’s largest supermarket.

Take a guided tour of... Squarespace's flash new Dublin office

The US web design firm recently pulled back the curtains on its European base.

Business - Sunday 9 April, 2017

'The system is a joke': A quarter of Irish fishing vessels caught with illegal workers

A scheme was brought in last year to protect foreign staff – but there are claims that exploitation is still rife.

'I was there when Atari left Limerick with 600 jobs. It’s a day I hope to never repeat’

As part of Fora’s How My Business Works series, we look at the Irish arm of Cook Medical.

One of Ireland's biggest landowners gets permission for hundreds of Dublin apartments

New Generation Homes is planning 320 apartments in four-storey blocks at the Cabra site.

Independent grocers' behind-the-scenes strategy to stall the march of the German giants

Industry body RGDATA has tried to block four Aldi and Lidl outlets so far this year.

Business - Friday 7 April, 2017

Community Employment places to be expanded as Varadkar calls them 'essential' and 'worthwhile'

The minister says the schemes “do work that has to be done”.

Light at the end of the tunnel? Bus Éireann talks to resume tomorrow morning

Both sides were up all night last night trying to reach an agreement.

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