Out of office: Your essential round-up of the latest business news
Bank of Ireland’s chief executive said customers’ preferences, rather than reduced in-person activity caused by the pandemic, explained its decision to close over a third of branches across Ireland. Francesca McDonagh told the Oireachtas finance committee that a shift from physical banking to digital has occurred because it’s what consumers want, defending a decision that involves the closure of 103 branches.
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Business owners ‘over the moon’ as trial traffic reduction on Merrion Row gets go-ahead
The proposed arrangement, which cuts traffic down to one lane, would allow outdoor dining on the Georgian street
€293m worth of Dublin commercial property set to change hands
Three landmark buildings have been put to market as real estate investors hope to capitalise on the gradual reopening of the Irish economy