The Last Post: Now the virus is under control, government must help businesses heal
It’s time to speed up the reopening of the country, and put the same emphasis on our economic recovery as on public health
There is a growing frustration among many Irish businesses at the government’s cautious approach to relaxing the lockdown restrictions and to providing wider support to employers, and it is becoming more vocal.
In saving the physical health of the nation, enormous damage has been done to those who have been forced by government measures to seize or curtail their trading. Whatever about the rights and wrongs of what was done up to now,...
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The debate on reopening society must be about more than health
As the lockdown goes on, many rules are being broken and many businesses may go to the wall. And as more jobs are lost, we need to start a discussion on how to get back to normal as soon as we possibly can
The Last Post: Will the ultimate insider shed light on the Beacon debacle?
Eugene McCague has advised people at the top level in political, corporate and administrative circles in Ireland. What will his review of events at the Beacon Hospital turn up?
The Last Post: All to play for at Celtic as Desmond considers taking gamble on Keane
Dermot Desmond has always liked to go his own way in decision making, and fireworks are near-guaranteed if he appoints Roy Keane as the next manager of Celtic
The Manifold benefits of being CRH chief executive: €11.2m
Shareholders have been unhappy since 2016 about the generous remuneration of the company’s chief executive Albert Manifold. Last year, his package was €11.2 million – 166 times the average salary of a CRH worker