Out of office: Your essential round-up of the latest business news
Thousands of construction workers returned to building sites. Up to 20,000 workers recommenced building residential and childcare sites across the country . The remainder of the sector is expected to reopen on May 4.
Aran Biomedical, a medical devices company based in Spiddal, Galway has announced it is to create 150 jobs. Currently 120 people are employed by the company that responded to increased demand for its products by opening a new centre. To deal with...
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Former Chief Justice returns to private practice less than two months after retiring
Frank Clarke’s Law Library profile states he will work in arbitration
Butler urges completion of eating disorder unit as ‘matter of priority’
The Business Post reported on Thursday that the new unit at Mount Carmel Hospital in Dublin had been delayed until at least mid-2022
Data centre power problem caused IT outage at Central Bank
The disruption is understood to have been caused by a temporary problem at the Leixlip data centre which hosts the bank’s servers