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Video: Powerful Wicklow holding will bring out the big hitters
One of the larger farms to come on the market this year is a 178ac non-residential holding at Kilcashel, Avoca in Co Wicklow. The property is to be sold at auction with a guide price of €1m to €1.2m. - Business RSS Feed
Costs rise on 71pc of farms as weather hits production
Three in four farmers expect Brexit to impact negatively on their business, according to latest Bank of Ireland Agri Pulse results. - Business RSS Feed
'Shocking' job advert posted by Dublin-based firm highlights employer discrimination
'Persons with young children need not apply' was the shocking directive in a recent job advert posted by a Dublin-based oil company on the recruitment search engine, - Business RSS Feed
UK foreign minister Jeremy Hunt urges EU: get serious in Brexit talks
British foreign minister Jeremy Hunt said on Saturday that the European Union should end its blanket refusals of British proposals in Brexit talks, as any belief that Britain would capitulate was misplaced. - Business RSS Feed
O’Leary warns of no-deal Brexit nightmare for aviation
At Ryanair’s agm, the chief executive was not confident of a deal being agreed by March
The Irish Times - Business
Theresa May 'facing ministerial resignations over Brexit plan'
Some of British Prime Minister Theresa May's ministers will demand a "Plan B" on her Brexit proposal next week and could quit if she does not change course, the Telegraph newspaper reported late on Friday, citing unnamed sources. - Business RSS Feed
Slight increase in house sales in first half of year
The number of houses sold in the first half of the year has increased 3.6% compared to the same period in 2017, while the value of house sales has increased by 18% from the first half of 2018 to the same period last year.
RTÉ News - Business
Unilever’s exit from London is loaded with Brexit symbolism
London’s status as Europe’s financial capital, and the world’s, is not guaranteed
The Irish Times - Business
Former Quinn firm sues Fermanagh farmer over material posted online
Quinn Industrial Holdings alleges farmer circulated ‘defamatory’ material about it
The Irish Times - Business
Little surprise in Eason’s unanimous vote to sell off buildings
Move will include sale and leaseback of flagship property on O’Connell Street
The Irish Times - Business
Balark petition to appoint statutory liquidator to Chambury rejected
High Court says liquidator already posted to Johnny Ronan firm has displayed integrity
The Irish Times - Business
No end in sight to Brexit stalemate following Salzburg showdown
Business Week: also in the news – Budget 2019; a Denis O’Brien bid; and Ryanair’s agm
The Irish Times - Business
US investment firms poised to sell Cherrywood land to builders
Hines and King Street Capital hire agent to market 73 acres to homebuilders
The Irish Times - Business
Hill farmers call for Basic Income model to replace Farm Assist
The INHFA has called for a Universal Basic Income model for farmers in receipt of the Farm Assist payment. - Business RSS Feed
Milk processors under fire for failing to match Ornua returns
Farm organisations have hit out at dairy processors for not matching Ornua's increased returns for August milk. - Business RSS Feed
Changes to VRT add to cost of key farm vehicles
Since July 31 a special low VRT rate for ‘commercial’ SUVs which had been operating for years was eliminated by the Revenue authorities. - Business RSS Feed
A family affair as Keelings grow food hub and build for the future
Family expanding FoodCentral business park on 280-acre site in St Margaret’s
The Irish Times - Business
Greencoat buys 9.2MW wind farm for €11m
Dublin-listed renewables investor Greencoat Renewables has acquired Knocknalour wind farm for €10.9m. - Business RSS Feed
Pound drops on Brexit fears
Sterling plummeted yesterday, driving the US dollar up, after British Prime Minister Theresa May said the EU must supply an alternative Brexit proposal, saying talks had reached an impasse after bloc leaders rejected her plans without fully explaining why. - Business RSS Feed
Patients on waiting lists face losing access to healthcare scheme in North
Patients in the Republic who are languishing on hospital waiting lists will lose out after Brexit as a vital cross-border treatment scheme becomes more difficult to access. - Business RSS Feed
Building up diversity: Women the key to construction labour problem
More women are the answer to construction sector skills shortages, and will help solve Ireland's housing and infrastructure crises. - Business RSS Feed
Yes in my back yard! Taking on Nimbys
Housing prices are famously out of control in many US cities - the average studio apartment in San Francisco is nearly $2,500 (€2,120) a month, and over $2,900 in Manhattan. This trend has inspired a movement called "Yimby," for "Yes, in my backyard!" - Business RSS Feed
Ulster Bank bosses to face grilling over latest IT issue
Ulster Bank's senior managers are to be hauled before the Finance Committee to explain why there are so many collapses of its electronic payments system. - Business RSS Feed
Smurfit was 'surprised' at Government silence on bid
Tony Smurfit, CEO of Irish packaging giant Smurfit Kappa, has rounded on the Government for failing to voice support for the global company as it was pursued in an acrimonious €9bn takeover attempt by Memphis-based International Paper this year. - Business RSS Feed
Over 61,000 hardy souls brave the elements
It is safe to say that this is not the natural terrain of our very urban Taoiseach. - Business RSS Feed
SuperValu plans rollout of new Donnybrook Fair outlets after deal
Supervalu and Centra owner Musgrave plans to add new Donnybrook Fair outlets after sealing a deal to buy the Dublin deli chain yesterday. - Business RSS Feed
Furious May insists EU must respect UK's wishes
The threat of a chaotic no-deal Brexit soared as British Prime Minister Theresa May angrily accused the EU of creating an "impasse" in negotiations. - Business RSS Feed
Deadlock: It's a question of who blinks first - and what it will mean for us
Embattled UK Prime Minister Theresa May was said to have been "humiliated" by her EU counterparts. - Business RSS Feed
'People didn't do what we asked so don't blame us for shutdown' - Ploughing organiser hits back at criticism
Ploughing organiser Anna Marie McHugh robustly defended the handling of the ad-hoc shutdown during Storm Ali, saying: "We can't be accountable for people not doing what they were asked to do." - Business RSS Feed
Applegreen has 'robust' half year as revenue rises 27pc to €855m
Applegreen chief executive Bob Etchingham has hailed a "robust" first half for the forecourt retailing group as it progresses its acquisition of a 50.1pc stake in UK motorway service operator Welcome Break. - Business RSS Feed