Friday, January 28, 2022

RTÉ Business

  1. 300 jobs to be created at new Eli Lilly Limerick plant

    Pharmaceutical company Eli Lilly is to invest €400m in a new manufacturing plant in Limerick which will employ 300 permanent staff when it is completed.
  2. Apple's quarterly sales and profit top estimates

    Apple is overcoming the costly global shortage in computer chips, posting record sales over the key Christmas quarter, beating profit estimates and forecasting that its shortfall is narrowing.
  3. Raising capital a top problem for tech start-ups

    Raising capital and recruiting and retaining staff are the biggest challenges facing Irish tech start-ups, according to the findings of a survey carried out by Scale Ireland.
  4. Deutsche Bank traders' Libor convictions thrown out

    A US appeals court has thrown out the convictions of two former Deutsche Bank traders for rigging Libor, once among the world's most important financial benchmarks, and ordered acquittals for both men.
  5. H&M's profit rises more than expected as sales recover

    Sweden's H&M has today reported a bigger profit rise than expected for the September-November period on the back of well-received collections and cost control.
  6. UniCredit beats 2021 guidance, renews deal with Allianz

    Italy's UniCredit has today reported better-than-expected full-year revenues and underlying profit, despite one-off hits under a new strategy by CEO Andrea Orcel driving a fourth-quarter loss.
  7. One third of workers still have no pension coverage

    A third of the working population aged between 20 and 69 continue to have no pension coverage outside of the State pension, new data from the Central Statistics Office shows.
  8. More apartments than single homes built last year - CSO

    The number of new housing units completed in 2021 came to 20,433, according to the latest figures from the Central Statistics Office. That was 0.5% fewer than the 20,526 completed in 2020.
  9. Lidl to recruit 750 new roles this year

    Supermarket chain Lidl has said it is to recruit more than 750 new employees to its Irish operations this year.
  10. Govt agrees supply deal with GSK for Covid treatment

    The Irish Government has agreed a supply deal with pharmaceutical company GSK, which will result in patients here being able to access the drugmaker's new Covid-19 treatment.
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