Monday, June 01, 2020

RTÉ Business

  1. Privacy concerns, technical doubts dull Covid app hopes

    A smartphone app that warns when a user has made contact with a Covid-19 sufferer was meant to help suppress the virus - but doubts have been cast doubt its effectiveness even before it has been launched, writes Adam Maguire.
  2. Google rejects call to compensate Australian news media

    Google has rejected demands it pay hundreds of millions of dollars per year in compensation to Australian news media under a government-imposed revenue sharing deal.
  3. Recession ahead! Time to start a business?

    What do IBM, Disney and Microsoft have in common? Apart from being reputable business names with strong brand recognition, they were all started during times of recession.
  4. S&P affirms Ireland's debt rating but highlights risks

    Ratings agency, S&P Global Ratings, has affirmed Ireland's sovereign debt rating.
  5. HSE's Covid-19 app to begin testing this week

    The HSE will begin testing its Covid-19 contact tracing app in the coming week, however it will be some time more before it is available to the wider public.
  6. Stimulus spending will be a delicate balancing act

    The Irish Fiscal Advisory Council has been a paragon of fiscal responsibility for many years, writes Economics Correspondent Robert Shortt.
  7. Ibec calls for faster reopening of economy

    Employers' group Ibec has asked the Government to bring forward the phases of reopening of the economy, scrap the quarantine restrictions for people entering the country and reduce the two-metre social distancing rule to one-metre.
  8. TWSS open to women returning from maternity leave

    The Temporary Wage Subsidy Scheme has been amended to allow women who were on maternity leave to access the payment.
  9. Aer Lingus to introduce extra virus prevention measures

    Aer Lingus passengers are to face additional measures aimed at preventing the spread of Covid-19 when using its services in the future, including controlled boarding, the use of contactless boarding passes and the continued wearing of facemarks on board aircraft.
  10. Six more deaths from Covid-19, 39 additional cases

    Six more people with Covid-19 have died in Ireland, bringing the overall death toll to 1,645.
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