Andrew Fanning

Andrew Fanning

What Thursday's papers say

What Thursday's papers say

Rent crisis putting off tech workers; European healthcare group's €25m Irish plan; bid to tone down N Korea war of words

Irish food giants Glanbia and Kerry coping with currency turmoil

Irish food giants Glanbia and Kerry coping with currency turmoil

Glanbia sticks to full-year growth target, but Kerry trims target amid sterling weakness

What to watch for in food duo's figures

What to watch for in food duo's figures

Kerry and Glanbia report first-half results amid currency challenges

What Wednesday's papers say

What Wednesday's papers say

Rooftop restaurant for old Central Bank HQ; FAI boss 'proposed Hickey payment'; plans for Cork's Tivoli docks

Profits up 25 per cent at state's biggest landlord

Profits up 25 per cent at state's biggest landlord

Ires Reit average rent rose to €1,459 a month in first six months of 2017

Retailers want minimum wage frozen

Retailers want minimum wage frozen

Most categories well ahead in second quarter as sterling pressures ease

What Tuesday's papers say

What Tuesday's papers say

Olympic tickets probe; Paddy Power Betfair chief to leave; Ireland's slow broadband speeds; Netflix's first buy

Punter comeback halted Paddy Power Betfair gallop

Punter comeback halted Paddy Power Betfair gallop

After news of chief executive's departure, company reports Q2 growth slowdown

What Friday's papers say

What Friday's papers say

SF would be 'full member' of coalition'; insurers urged to cut prices after profits; HSE system questioned after flaw

No sign of insurance costs drop, warns FBD

No sign of insurance costs drop, warns FBD

Company's recovery continues, but chief executives calls for 'urgent reforms' on claims

Diesel row threatens to overtake German big 3

Diesel row threatens to overtake German big 3

BMW aims to leave rivals in slow lane as it ups investment in electric and hybrid cars

What Thursday's papers say

What Thursday's papers say

HSE error may prompt thousands of new tests; pressure brings down FTSE chiefs' pay; anger over CGT on homes suggestion

Tax take still falling short of targets

Tax take still falling short of targets

While income tax improved, corporation tax and VAT were behind expectations in July

What Wednesday's papers say

What Wednesday's papers say

Jump in non-EU university applications; Irish travellers face airports chaos; Varadkar urges action on Dáil bar debt

Smurfit Kappa boxing clever as costs jump

Smurfit Kappa boxing clever as costs jump

Strong demand means company can raise its prices to cope with cost pressure