Sunday, July 21, 2024

RTÉ Business

  1. Why are property prices picking up steam again?

    Property prices are firmly on the ascent once again. Having slowed last year on the back of a rapid succession of interest rate increases, the pace of price growth is showing signs of renewed momentum.
  2. Are inheritance tax changes a dead cert in Budget 2025?

    The issue of inheritance tax and more specifically the size of it has come into sharp focus in recent weeks, as politicians and those who elect them, begin to turn their focus towards October's budget, writes Business Editor Will Goodbody.
  3. Australia warns of malicious websites after cyber outage

    Australia's cyber intelligence agency said today that "malicious websites and unofficial code" were being released online claiming to aid recovery from yesterday's global digital outage, which hit media, retailers, banks and airlines.
  4. Ryanair cancels flights, NCTs disrupted over IT outage

    Ryanair said it has "been forced to cancel a small number of flights" due to the global IT outage.
  5. PTSB to sell €348m of non-performing mortgages

    PTSB is to sell a portfolio of non-performing mortgages worth €348m to a consortium made up of credit servicing firm Mars Capital and funds managed or advised by US based asset manager, Apollo Global Management.
  6. As it happened: 'Fix' deployed for global IT outage

    A look back at updates after a number of airports, media, banking and health services globally were affected by technical outages.
  7. Job vacancies steadied in second quarter of year

    The number of job vacancies remained unchanged in the second quarter of 2024, the first time in two years there was no quarterly decline in vacancies.
  8. CrowdStrike CEO apologises after global IT outage

    Cybersecurity firm CrowdStrike has deployed a fix for an issue that triggered a major tech outage that affected industries ranging from airlines to banking to healthcare worldwide, the company's CEO said.
  9. Netflix wins subscribers as ad strategy pays off

    Netflix said it added eight million new subscribers in the second quarter, as the home of hit shows "The Crown" and "Bridgerton" posted its latest financial earnings that exceeded analyst expectations.
  10. Thérapie Clinic to open 65 new clinics in Ireland and UK

    Irish owned Thérapie Clinic is set to create 1,000 new jobs across Ireland and the UK with the opening of 65 new clinics over the next three years.
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