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NAMA sought resolution unit as part of wind down

The State’s bad bank asked the Government to set up a ‘NAMA resolution unit’ because there was no way they ...
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Higher level of affinity for family business in Ireland

Nearly three quarters of third level students who come from a family business background believe that the next CEO of ...
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Live Register figures ease by 0.2% in March – CSO

New figures from the Central Statistics Office show that the seasonally adjusted Live Register total for March decreased by 400 ...
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AIB, EBS and Haven cut fixed Green mortgage rates by 0.2%

AIB and affiliates EBS and Haven are cutting the fixed rates on their “Green Mortgages” by 0.2%. The changes will ...
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Euro zone investor morale hits two-year high in April

Investor morale in the euro zone improved for the sixth consecutive month in April to its highest level in more ...
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Record March for wind energy production

The amount of electricity produced by wind hit a new record for March last month, new data shows. 1,541GWh of ...
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Office leasing in Dublin falls in first quarter

There was a drop in the amount of office space leased in Dublin in the first quarter of the year, ...
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Govt publishes bill paving way for pension auto-enrolment

The Government has published a bill which will pave the way for 800,000 workers to be brought into a pension ...
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Over €25 million stolen in investment fraud last year, say gardaí

Gardaí have said over €25 million was stolen in investment fraud last year, a crime which has increased by over ...
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