Painful prognosis as Trump gleefully pulls plug on Obamacare
In a country where 60 per cent of bankruptcies are caused by colossal medical bills, the US president’s new healthcare plan is already being greeted with widespread dismay by millions of Americans
By the chaotic standards of Donald Trump’s presidency thus far, the past week was the most successful of his administration. He celebrated the first week of his second 100 days in office with few major gaffes. A new jobs report indicated that unemployment had reached its lowest level in a decade. And after a previous humiliating defeat, a third iteration of the Republican healthcare bill secured a narrow victory in the House of Representatives.
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Covid-19 takes huge bite out of Greencore’s British sales
Analysis: The sandwich-maker has tapped its shareholders for €100 million amid the continuing uncertainty over the pandemic
Capital gains: How the GAA created a sporting superpower
GAA supporters around the country have long bemoaned the disproportionate funding directed towards Dublin. The GAA argues that it was merely rebalancing a perceived weakness in Dublin compared to its population size, but did it create a monster?
CRH weathers the coronavirus storm with impressive update
The building materials giant last week posted earnings before ebitda of $3.4 billion for the first nine months of 2020, making light of tough trading conditions