Out of office: Your essential round-up of the latest business news
Bank of Ireland UK reported £50 million in underlying profits before tax for 2020, down from £166 million in 2019. Ian McLaughlin, chief executive of Bank of Ireland, said that the company had completed a full review of its UK operation and embarked on a multi-year restructuring programme.
Ales Blazek was appointed as the new chief executive of KBC Bank. Blasek currently serves as the Head of Data and Strategy at ČSOB, a wholly owned...
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Government TD raises concerns over IDA’s Israel presence as violence escalates
Green Party’s Patrick Costello says it will be ‘very hard’ for IDA Ireland to operate in Israel in a way that doesn’t break European law
High Court dismisses Facebook’s attempt to block DPC data probe
Ireland’s Data Protection Commission has been given the green light to proceed with an inquiry that could lead to a ban on Facebook’s data transfers from the European Union to the United States
HSE contacts Data Protection Commission over ransomware attack
It is unclear yet if individual personal data has been compromised as part of ‘sophisticated’ cyber attack
Jim O’Callaghan: Portobello closure will only move the problem
A government TD has said plans by Dublin City Council to fence off the plaza at Portobello this weekend will just move groups gathering to drink to other parts of the canal.