Out of office: Your essential round-up of the latest business news
Residential property prices rose 8.6 per cent annually. It is the fastest pace of increase in three years according to the Central Statistics Office who released the data. The number of transactions taking place is back to pre-pandemic levels. South Dublin saw a 11.2 per cent increase in prices, the biggest in the state.
The return to college has seen the number of people in receipt of the Pandemic Unemployment Payment (PUP) dip by 20,000...
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‘Corporate tax rate will stay at 12.5% for almost all Irish businesses,’ Varadkar says
The government has signalled there could be a dual corporate tax system in Ireland
This working life: Why bosses need to prepare for the Great Resignation
Offices and workplaces are set to reopen tomorrow but, in a post-pandemic age, many workers just want to move on from their jobs