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Ryanair posted a loss for its key summer period for the first time in decades, and passenger numbers declined by 80 per cent in the six months ended September 30. The airline recorded a loss of €197 million for the first half of its financial year, compared to profit of €1.15 billion the same time last year. A company poll of analysts had on average forecast a loss of €244 million. In September, Michael O'Leary,...
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AIB reports pre-tax profits of €291m for the first half of the year
The bank said the trading environment has improved significantly in the first half of 2021, but it remains ‘alert’ to the economic uncertainties created by Covid-19
How to manage: Supreme Court decision to have significant impact on workplace dispute cases
The recent verdict in Zalewski vs Adjudication Officer is highly likely to ratchet up the complexity and cost of legal proceedings
How to manage: Diversity is about more than padding a board with people who look different
Our ultimate leadership goal should be the diversity of thought and inclusion of minority perspectives, regardless of what people look or sound like
The sale of the century: what next for Arnotts and BT?
News that the Selfridges group, parent company to Arnotts and Brown Thomas, is being sold has sent shockwaves through the luxury retail sector – and speculation abounds regarding potential buyers and the future of the two iconic Irish department stores