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Business - Yesterday’s News

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Business - Monday 18 September, 2017

Teachers warned they won't receive pay increases unless they sign up to new deal

Minister Paschal Donohoe says only public sector workers inside a new agreement will benefit from it.

How many HSE doctors does Navan hospital's emergency department have? None

Four of the five locum/agency doctors at the hospital’s emergency department went on wildcat strike two weeks ago in a row over plans to slash their rate of pay.

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Business - Sunday 17 September, 2017

Eight Dublin flights among 81 cancelled by Ryanair for today

The budget carrier is set to cut between 40 and 50 flights each day between now and the end of October.

Water plant behind summer crisis in north east to be upgraded for €24 million

200,000 people in the Meath and Louth areas were left without water as a result of a burst main near Drogheda in late July.

Business - Saturday 16 September, 2017

The roof of the old Central Bank could become a new pub and Temple Bar residents are worried

They don’t want “another loud pub or nightclub”.

Business - Friday 15 September, 2017

Ryanair plans to cancel 40-50 flights a day for next six weeks

The airline says the move is to improve its punctuality.

Business - Thursday 14 September, 2017

Ryanair fell foul of Europe's top court today - here's what you need to know

The decision may have a big impact on future labour disputes at the airline.

A former Ireland footballer is selling his Wexford pub for €1.2 million

Tides Gastro Pub in Rosslare was formerly known as Brady’s.

Business - Wednesday 13 September, 2017

Why will the new iPhone cost more in Ireland than in the US?

There was quite a reaction to the new iPhone’s price tag of $999.

Business - Monday 11 September, 2017

'Did you know your electronic health records can sell for as much as €40 on the dark web?'

Some of your personal details may already be available for sale on the dark web awaiting a purchaser. The only certainty is that the next attack is coming – the only question is when, writes Ronan Murphy.

Business - Sunday 10 September, 2017

'I was losing my memory but still trying to work. Then I started coughing up blood'

As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile the Offaly firm behind Mór Irish Gin.

After a two-year wait, a probe into 'dodgy' Donegal planning is finally finished

But it’s not known when the report’s findings will be made public.

Business - Saturday 9 September, 2017

'It's a beautiful place to live and work': Doing business in Ireland's 'most vacant' town

Donegal’s Ballybofey has recorded the State’s highest rate of empty shops and offices.

Business - Friday 8 September, 2017

'Solving' the Irish border is 'not beyond the wit of man' says Boris Johnson

The UK Foreign Secretary was speaking during a visit to UK troops in Estonia.

Business - Thursday 7 September, 2017

Two major developers are teaming up to give Cork's quayside a €160m facelift

HQ Developments Limited have lodged plans to build eight new buildings on the banks of the River Lee.

Business - Wednesday 6 September, 2017

Big and getting bigger: Blanchardstown shopping centre is expanding again

The plans will add nearly 10% to the centre’s retail space.

UK newspapers reveal leaked documents outlining plans for 'extreme form of hard Brexit'

The plans would impose tough restrictions on low-skilled migrants.

Business - Tuesday 5 September, 2017

Aer Lingus to charge for blankets - but only for transatlantic passengers on new cheap fare

The Saver Fare was introduced last Thursday – but it’s not expected to be more popular than the previous low-fare option, Smart Fare.

Fiscal Council says Ireland is still vulnerable and warns against extra Budget spending

The council said any additional initiatives should be funded by tax increases or a re-allocation of spending.

Business - Monday 4 September, 2017

'You’ve seen three people unfortunately die' - Fianna Fáil defends planned tax cut for builders

Barry Cowen TD thinks the proposal will stimulate construction.

What's the point of having a childcare subsidy if under-pressure creches are just going to raise fees?

Many creches across Ireland are increasing their fees in parallel with the introduction of a new €20 weekly subsidy aimed at easing the financial burden on parents.

Business - Sunday 3 September, 2017

Could Irish gin be the new Irish whiskey?

Ireland’s distillers are cashing in on the gin craze

Walter Becker, Steely Dan co-founder, dies at 67 RIP This post contains videos

Walter Becker, Steely Dan co-founder, dies at 67

Becker missed a number of concerts in July due to illness.

The founder of Google's investment arm is putting money into Limerick startup Teckro

The young firm has raised more than $17 million to date.

Business - Saturday 2 September, 2017

'For one of our first events they told us to bring food for 250 people – we sold one burger'

A bad leg break spurred this former marketeer to set up his own burger business.

Business - Thursday 31 August, 2017

The ex-boss of Brown Thomas is taking over the reins at Dublin Airport

Dalton Philips was also the head of UK supermarket Morrisons for five years.

Ireland will soon have a direct flight to one of Asia's most famous cities

The flights will begin next June.

Michael O'Leary blasts Theresa May for 'swanning around Japan eating cakes and drinking sake'

The Ryanair boss thinks the UK PM’s days are numbered.

Business - Wednesday 30 August, 2017

So TV3 confirmed the worst-kept secret in Irish media today - here's what else is in the schedule

Yes, Ivan Yates and Matt Cooper will take over from Vincent. Here’s what else is happening…

The Square shopping centre in Tallaght goes on the market for over €230m

The 27-year-old development is one of the last large-scale commercial properties on Nama’s books.

Business - Tuesday 29 August, 2017

Irish Rail says four routes could be axed, as drivers look for pay increase

Iarnród Éireann says it has to address an annual shortfall of €100 million.

Happy Pear revenue has increased by 40% this year

The business, run by twin brothers David and Stephen Flynn, employs 170 people.

Super Valu is clinging onto top spot in Ireland's battle of the supermarkets

Tesco has posted some strong sales growth.

Business - Monday 28 August, 2017

Penneys and discount supermarkets are making other retailers decrease their prices

Intense competition is forcing retailers to pass on cost savings, according to Savills’ latest retail report.

'We're really cracking down on this': Motor insurance body in favour of tougher powers for prosecuting fraudsters

The Motor Insurance Bureau of Ireland says that one in eight of the claims it processes are ‘suspicious’.

Business - Sunday 27 August, 2017

Meet the Dublin startup that delivers meal kits to hungry Google staff

As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight we profile DropChef.

Business - Saturday 26 August, 2017

How iPads sparked a week from hell for the company behind Ireland's biggest moneylender

Provident Financial is being investigated by the UK’s financial watchdog.

Boom times have made Madagascar the centre of the global vanilla trade - but it's not necessarily all a good thing Vanilla Skies This post contains videos

Boom times have made Madagascar the centre of the global vanilla trade - but it's not necessarily all a good thing

The country’s limited infrastructure has struggled to cope with the rise in crime that has gone hand-in-hand with demand for the spice.

Business - Friday 25 August, 2017

Communicorp reshuffle: Donoghue becomes group political editor, McInerney moves to weekends

Ivan Yates will replace the pair during the weekday drivetime slot.

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