Out of office: Your essential round-up of the latest business news
Hundreds of thousands of Irish banking customers will need to either get switching or face banking fees from this week, as both AIB and Bank of Ireland ready new charging structures. The new fees regime on everyday banking costs means that customers, who may have once avoided fees entirely, will now face annual charges of €72 with BOI and potentially more with AIB. The moves mean that all customers who previously kept a certain amount...
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Interest rate on government borrowing to hit record low of 1.5% this year
Ntma says state will be charged less than €3.5 billion in interest repayments this year — a 50 per cent decline on the near €8 billion it paid in 2014
Modest rise in Kerry Group shares after Niacet acquisition
€853 million acquisition of global leader in manufacturing preservation technologies only resulted in a 2 per cent lift in Kerry Group shares during morning trading
How to manage: Now is our chance to create a new way of working
While the shift to remote working was sudden, we now have the opportunity to plan, making conscious decisions as to how we will work in the future