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The backers of one of Ireland’s largest planned offshore windfarms off the coast of Cork and Waterford are targeting a 2026 start.
COVID-19 poses the single largest challenge to the Irish economy since the financial crisis.
Achieving gender equality in the upper echelons of the business world is no easy feat. According to research conducted by the 30% Club, Irishmen and women enter the workforce at the same rate, which is about 50:50.
An Irish property technology company this week secured nearly €1m in property transactions, as it allowed estate agents to carry on business throughout the ongoing crisis.
'>Construction is not deemed as essential service by the Minister for Health
'>Half of Irish households do not have a fixed telephone line.
Mortgage rules remain too stringent, warn industry representatives, despite latest Central Bank figures showing the lowest level of quarterly mortgage arrears in almost a decade.
Consumer spending levels are likely to fall by between 5% and 10% this year, rather than increasing by 2%-3% as previously expected, one economist has warned.
Applegreen expects a “material reduction” in profitability in 2020, the scale of which will be dependent on how the Covid-19 situation develops.
Paddy Power owner Flutter Entertainment is to pay its 2019 dividend to investors in the form of shares, rather than cash, as it looks to prudently manage its reserves in the face of industry uncertainty prompted by the Covid-19 outbreak.
'>The Central Bank expects that the insurance industry will play its part.
The High Court has appointed an interim examiner to three connected firms involved in the food distribution business whose turnovers have plunged due to the Covid-19 outbreak.
The ESB has warned it will be challenged - both financially and operationally - by the coronavirus crisis.
A High Court challenge has been brought over the State's refusal to make a payment from the Social Insurance Fund to a woman who lost her job at a pharmaceutical company, which operated as a partnership.
'>Business leaders in Killarney have issued a clear message to the people of the town — a reminder that we are all in this together, and with a eye on the future when this covid-19 crisis is over.
Shares in clothing retailer Next tumbled by over 10% after it bowed to pressure from workers worried about their health and shut its online business, cutting off its remaining source of revenue during the coronavirus outbreak.
Airlines have suspended the majority of their flights due to the coronavirus.
An Irish energy-tech start-up, Solo Energy, has been acquired by UK energy firm, Smart Metering Systems (SMS).
One in five Irish companies are planning to postpone bonus payments due to staff because of the Covid-19 impact on businesses.
Retail sales fell by 4.3% in February compared to January this year.