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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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Opportunities offered for researchers and enterprises under Horizon 2020

Research and innovation is the bedrock of success for the most ambitious companies that scale internationally, diversify their export base ...
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An Post’s ‘one-stop shop’ for greener homes

An Post is to launch a “one-stop shop” for householders who are upgrading their homes to make them more energy ...
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Coronavirus plunges Europe’s leading economies into historic recessions

The coronavirus pandemic has plunged Europe’s leading economies into historic recessions, figures published on Friday showed. France and Spain both ...
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Consumer-facing workers face most risk of long-term unemployment – study

Workers in consumer-facing industries such personal services, accommodation, and food and beverage are most at risk of slipping into long-term ...
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Government U-turn on excluding business owners from wage subsidy

The Government has reversed a decision to exclude proprietary directors from the new Employment Wage Subsidy Scheme (EWSS) after small ...
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