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RTÉ lobbies heavily for licence fee increase

RTÉ lobbies heavily for licence fee increase

‘Highly inefficient’ licence fee collection system by An Post is partly to blame

Tech firm announces 150 new jobs in Dublin and Belfast

Tech firm announces 150 new jobs in Dublin and Belfast

The company’s Irish bases will focus on ‘key growth areas’

Zomato pumps €2m into Irish operation

Zomato pumps €2m into Irish operation

Zomato is a restaurant review, booking and food-ordering website, which provides detailed restaurant information as well as reviews

Media Matters Podcast: Jane Suiter of DCU's future media unit

Media Matters Podcast: Jane Suiter of DCU's future media unit

Jane Suiter talks to Colette Sexton about fake news, how to get more women on the air and the future shape of the media industry

January service sector growth weakest since 2013

January service sector growth weakest since 2013

While the pace of expansion is still strong, the figures signal a slower start to the year for the Irish economy

Guinness Clear a clever ploy?

Guinness Clear a clever ploy?

I had to do a double take when the latest Guinness advertising campaign landed in my inbox

Almost 40,000 mortgage customers hit by tracker scandal

Almost 40,000 mortgage customers hit by tracker scandal

So far, banks have paid out €647 million to customers in redress and compensation, up €67 million since the end of August last year

Upping the Ante: Quinn’s vision could unearth rare benefit from Brexit

Upping the Ante: Quinn’s vision could unearth rare benefit from Brexit

A proposed League of Ireland revamp would be bolstered by restrictions on transfers of underage players to England

UDG Healthcare is in rude health

UDG Healthcare is in rude health

The former distribution business United Drug has moved into the far more lucrative and exciting area of specialist healthcare services, which means I’ll be holding on to my stake

Has Ryanair’s low-fares model had its day?

Has Ryanair’s low-fares model had its day?

Michael O’Leary has cried wolf many times before, but now his pessimism looks justified as expected losses ring alarm bells

Brexit: no deal is now better for Ireland than a bad deal

Brexit: no deal is now better for Ireland than a bad deal

Threats worked a treat for Britain in past Anglo-Irish clashes, but May’s brinkmanship may well leave the current generation of Irish leaders unmoved

Brexit Britain in danger of grinding to a halt

Brexit Britain in danger of grinding to a halt

A no-deal scenario could crush importers and exporters under an unworkable mountain of paperwork, despite the best efforts of Whitehall civil servants

Keep up the good work

Keep up the good work

Don’t let your financial new year’s resolutions drift now that January has ended. Continue to save money with these tips from personal finance expert Paul Merriman

New this week

New this week

Neurent lands €2.8 million for NUIG medtech collaboration

Neurent lands €2.8 million for NUIG medtech collaboration