Barclays has revealed major expansion plans for Dublin, with ambitions to double headcount here to 300 by the end of next year and find more Irish clients.
THE secretive buyers of €1.3bn of mortgages from Permanent TSB will pay no tax on their profits, the State owned bank’s chief has admitted.
Thousands of Ryanair passengers will find out next week if they are entitled to compensation after a series of strikes.
THOUSANDS of Ryanair passengers will find out next week if they are entitled to compensation following a series of strikes.
Millions of euro worth of goods have been stolen from Aer Lingus passengers, members of staff and in company stock, including duty free, the airline’s chief operating officer has said.
The average worker’s pay has reached a high point of almost €39,000 as earnings soared by 8pc in the last five years.
Gardaí and experts alike have urged consumers to take extra care when using their bank cards online for Black Friday and Cyber Monday sale events.
While big name retailers prepare themselves for the chaotic sales on Black Friday this week, a number of independent retailers will be sitting themselves out.
One of Ireland’s top accounting representative groups has lashed out at Revenue’s review of the flat-rate expenses scheme, saying 500,000 could ultimately be affected and that some individuals could lose out on gains from the Budget.
Gardaí are investigating an elaborate scam that may affect bank customers.