Out of office: Your essential round-up of the latest business news
Micheál Martin, the Taoiseach, said the government would seek to put in place primary legislation followed by regulation to ensure a “solid legal grounding” for the reopening of indoor hospitality. He said the government would have a plan in place by July 19 around the resumption of indoor dining, but did not say when the reopening would take place. Separately, a bid by the Restaurants Association of Ireland to challenge “irrational” regulations permitting indoor dining...
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Turnover halved at Charlie Chawke’s Milltown Inns group last year
The Milltown Inns group was closed from March to June 2020 and again from October to Christmas
Banks at a ‘competitive disadvantage’ due to salary cap, says Francesca McDonagh
The ‘normalisation of operations’ is vital to the ‘sustainability of the indigenous banking sector’ according to the Bank of Ireland chief executive