Out of Office: Retail sales jump and Ryanair’s ‘positive’ start to Kerry Airport partnership
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Figures from the Central Statistics Office showed that retail sales rose by 3.3 per cent in June compared to the previous month after restaurants and bars were allowed to serve customers outdoors for the first time this year. Sales were 10.6 per cent higher than the same month last year, when stricter restrictions were in place, and 13 per cent up on pre-pandemic levels in June 2019.
The Central Bank said that permanent or long-term debt relief...
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Out of Office: Aer Lingus defends cost-cuting; 200 jobs created in Galway
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Salesforce chief executive Benioff is centre stage again
Salesforce is holding its Dreamforce event in a remote format although the 2021 edition has some hybrid elements and is a step up on last year
Mental health start-up aims to create 26 jobs by end of 2022
Wexford town based business provides a way for therapists and clients to find each other online and hopes to have 70 counsellors using the platform by the end of this year