● Mr Price store in Carlow can sell groceries but not food, court rules Dunnes Stores has secured a High Court injunction preventing a rival retailer from continuing to sell food products, but not groceries
● Premier League agrees £250m rescue package for lower level clubs Deal signed with EFL after pressure from government aims to help football clubs survive Covid crisis
● Cold Weather Payment: Can you claim Cold Weather Payment without a bank account? COLD WEATHER PAYMENTS are given to individuals to help with fuel costs during the winter months, but how can you claim this payment if you do not ...
● Opec and Russia close in on oil supply agreement Iran’s oil minister says countries weighing deal to gradually increase output in coming months
● Court refuses to lift stay on Pairc Uí Chaoimh contract decision Dispute relates to a claim by a contractor for a further €1 million payment for electrical works carried out in the revamp of the stadium
● Child Benefit warning: Parents could accidentally waste state pension entitlement boost CHILD BENEFIT is a payment which is intended to help with the costs that come with bringing up a child. It also offers a further benefit - ...
● New Glasgow restaurant aiming for city's first Michelin star in 17 years | Hamilton & Inches reveals upgrade plans | Bottler launches whisky to support conservation effort A new restaurant is set to launch in Glasgow’s...
● Irish banker was tapped to head Deutsche board US shareholder Cerberus floated Morgan Stanley veteran Colm Kelleher’s name in effort to oust Achleitner
● Pandemic cash: after vaccination, appropriation For companies that received government support, M&A might be easier to justify than dividends
● Morrisons launch Christmas dinner box for two containing everything for just £20 Perfect for those selfisolating or unable to get to the supermarkets, Morrisons has created a box which costs just £18.36
● Ryanair orders 75 more Boeing 737 Max planes The Irish airline's deal is a boost for the Max, which was grounded after two deadly crashes.
● Co-op faces member disquiet over £70m business rates relief The Co-op Group, Britain's biggest mutual, is facing disquiet from members after refusing to commit to emulating rival grocery retailers and returning tens of...
● Office property/Entra: immunised against low bids Time is on the Norwegian company’s side in securing a higher valuation
● Web Summit to hold second event in Japan in 2022 Occasion is a partnership between it, the ministry of economy and Tokyo metropolitan government.
● Make Christmas sparkle with The Best Melt in the Middle Chocolate & Orange Pudding CHRISTMAS is the time to indulge, and a luxurious pudding is something we look forward to all year round. If you’re not a fan of the...
● Longtime Board Chairman Steps Down at Apollo Theater Richard D. Parsons, the former Time Warner chief executive who led the Harlem nonprofit’s board for 19 years, will be succeeded by Charles Phillips.
● Millions to get pay boost next year as personal allowance rises MILLIONS of workers will get a pay boost next year as the personal allowance rises from £12,500 to £12,570 in April. The personal allowance is the amount you can...
● Shoppers told Arcadia gift cards can only be used for up to half the value of purchases Shoppers with gift cards for Arcadia stores have been told they can only use them to pay for up to 50% of their purchases.
● Home Bargains sell discounted Disney's Frozen range of homeware from £1.99 Just in time for Christmas and the cold weather, Home Bargains have slashed the price of Frozen homeware to less than £2
● Are electric cars really too expensive? There are two perceived problems with electric cars: they take too long to charge compared to how far they can go and they cost too much money. Is that really true?
● Christmas road traffic predicted to half in 2020 The motoring group, which measures traffic levels and predicts journeys over the festive season, polled 16,000 motorists and found that far fewer intend to drive this year,...
● Viatel makes second acquisition with deal to buy Irish Telecom Paradyn sells off managed connectivity company founded eleven years ago
● Work completes on £8m Mossdale Residence in Burnholme A LUXURY £8m new care scheme on the site of a former York school is closer to its launch date.
● UK services activity better than expected, despite new Covid curbs November’s lockdown resulted in a smaller blow to the economy than initial estimates suggested