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Compensation paid to customers who had their tracker mortgages wrongly removed has hit almost €700 million, bringing the bill for the worst overcharging scandal in Irish history to over €1 billion when lenders own costs are included. reports
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The US needs to elect a president and congress that can create a better capitalist economy, argue Clair Brown and Simon Sällström of
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. sees signs of weakening in the sector
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Theresa May's criticism of may exacerbate recent UK-US tensions
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The Business Post Jul 15
May trade surplus rose to €6.5 billion as exports up 5 per cent from April to just under €12.2 billion, while imports fell 8 per cent
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The Business Post Jul 15
A new report for the government has revealed that it will take ten years to remove private consultants from the public hospital system. reports.
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The Business Post Jul 15
The government has boxed itself into a corner on the backstop - but a fresh approach on devolution might help, writes
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The Business Post Jul 15
A no-deal Brexit will be catastrophic for the North, where 40,000 jobs are likely to be lost, but neither Johnson nor Hunt appear to be concerned, writes
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The Business Post Jul 15
As we near the close of a market cycle, smart people anticipate more global conflict and less fallout from Brexit than you might expect, writes Peter Kinsella.
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The Business Post Jul 14
The boom in the industry is providing rich opportunities for innovative companies – and they can also commercialise their technologies in terrestrial markets, writes
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Susan Mitchell Jul 14
Cash for Hope: Ireland's medical crowdfunding phenomenon via
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The Business Post Jul 14
The ruling means that the individual who complained can consider legal action against the department. reports.
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The Business Post Jul 14
Cash for Hope: and on Ireland's medical crowdfunding phenomenon.
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The Business Post Jul 14
The party of left-wing TD Paul Murphy is being torn apart by “internal faction fights”, according to former members. reports.
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The Business Post Jul 14
Known to many as a judge on The Voice of Ireland, has spoken candidly over the years about his mental health issues and is about to release a podcast on the subject.
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The Business Post Jul 14
The path to the classroom for teachers who are new to Ireland can be difficult to navigate, but the Migrant Teacher Project () is working to change that, writes
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The Business Post Jul 14
and Andrew Lynch pick out 20 perfect reads for relaxing with during long summer days.
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The Business Post Jul 14
Feargal O’Rourke’s family is steeped in politics but, as he begins his second term as managing partner at PwC, he has no regrets about following a different path. He speaks to for the Sunday interview.
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The Business Post Jul 14
No matter how you dress them up, developments like The Collective’s serve no one except the investors set to profit from the housing crisis, writes
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