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What will the office market look like after the great remote working experiment?

When lockdown was imposed and workers were forced to desert office buildings en masse, it was a novelty. Hundreds of ...
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Irish tourism must also help itself to survive the pandemic

There is no need to rake over old ground. We already know the tourism and hospitality sectors have been hit ...
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More small firm owners expect to get pay rise as mood improves

ONE in ten small business owners now plans to give themselves a pay raise this year, while nearly a third ...
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Coronavirus punches €8.3bn hole in public finances

The coronavirus crisis has punched an €8.3 billion hole in the public finances, according to the latest exchequer returns. The ...
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Services sector grows in July for first time since lockdown

Activity in the services sector grew in July for the first time since the economy entered lockdown restrictions earlier this ...
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RDI Hub in Kerry marketing itself as ‘remote’ location

A NON-PROFIT hub for start-ups in Killorglin is reporting interest from firms seeking a ‘remote’ base for workers living in ...
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Bounceback in manufacturing sector gathered pace during July

THE manufacturing sector clocked up its fastest pace of growth in almost two years in July, rebounding from the worst ...
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Regulator says insurers should pay legal bills for customers’ business interruption cases

Insurance companies should pay the legal costs of customers who challenge refusal to pay out on business interruption claims, the ...
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Family car costs fall due to drop in prices at the pumps

The cost of running a family car has fallen, largely due to lower fuel prices at the forecourts. The average ...
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