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WeWork agrees deal for Clerys office space New lease of life: Clerys premises is set for a transformation WeWork, the world's biggest provider of flexible work space, has agreed heads of terms to lease the former Clerys premises on O'Connell Street, Dublin, following its redevelopment by its new owners, the Irish Independent can reveal. While work on the transformation of the historic...
© Reuters. The U.S. dollar rose on Monday. Investing.com - The U.S. dollar rallied from an earlier low as sterling...
Overcast Summers: Sales at lingerie chain surge to €3.46m, but losses continue Ann Summers CEO Jacqueline Gold Bumper sales at the Blanchardstown and Henry Street Ann Summers stores contributed to revenues increasing sharply at the Ann Summers Irish retail operation - up to €3.46m last year. "Our two new flagship stores in Blanchardstown and Dublin continue to outperform the rest of the...

Opinion Comment

Dearbhail McDonald: 'Principle of consent has been dislodged in North - now all gains may be squandered' Oops: Transport Minister Shane Ross apparently let slip the Government’s thoughts on Border checks as he gave a joint briefing with Tánaiste Simon Coveney on Tuesday. Photo: Michelle Devane/PA It would be a tragedy, and an ironic one at that, if the Government's primary...
© Reuters. Investing.com - The dollar slipped lower against a currency basket on Monday, while the euro pushed higher...
FG ministers 'shocked' by Ross's gaffe over Border Taoiseach admits checks will be hard to avoid in no-deal scenario Transport Minister Shane Ross. Photo: Gareth Chaney/Collins Transport Minister Shane Ross has been described as "an embarrassment" by Fine Gael colleagues who are fuming over his limited grasp of the Brexit crisis. Cabinet members were unsparing in the commentary about the Independent Alliance TD...
Paul McNeive: 'What do you expect from yourself this year?' The Right Moves Paul McNeive Another very good year for property lies ahead - but what are you going to make of it? As a starter, may I remind you that if you intend taking four weeks of holidays, and not working on weekends or bank holidays, there are just 223 days left...
VIDEO: Brexit - What would voters do given a second referendum? We asked members of the public in Birmingham how they voted in 2016 and how they would vote if there was another referendum.
Carrefour to audit abbatoirs, demand cameras for animal welfare Carrefour Carrefour will audit the slaughterhouses which supply its own-brand meat and ask them to install cameras in response to rising consumer demand for socially responsible practices. Europe's largest supermarket retailer said on Wednesday it would conduct 84 audits of slaughterhouses that supply products sold under its brands before the end of 2019. These...

Business Irish

UK competition watchdog probes LacPatrick-Lakeland deal A lot of bottle: The newly-merged entity would have a total of 3,200 suppliers, creating a milk pool of 1.8-billion litres – second only in size to Glanbia’s 2.5-billion litres The UK's competition watchdog has launched a probe into a merger between two Irish dairy co-ops. The merger of LacPatrick in Monaghan, and Lakeland Dairies, based...

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