. . . and some little things
Times may be hard but property developers and private jets still go hand in hand. Plane maker Hawker Beechcraft Corporation has looked at the relationship between foreign ownership of commercial property in the city of London and business flights into the UK from that country and found a link.
“Over the course of 2011 Ireland saw the sixth highest volume of business flights into the UK, with flights from Ireland landing on British soil at an average of just under once every three hours. Furthermore, between 2009 and 2011 the number of business flights into the UK from Ireland increased by 14.7 percent,” they claim.
Has anyone told them about Nama?
The Cathal Friel-chaired Fastnet Energy is worth 38p a share according to a note entitled “Moroccan Spice” by the Mirabaud Securities in London.
However, the company – which made its debut in June at 11p – will have to find oil in both Morocco and Ireland first, explain the brokers.
MCCP The Planning Agency has been appointed lead planning agency for An Post following a competitive pitch. MCCP will lead the planning on all its products and brands with its agencies, including Target McConnells, who won the creative ATL and BTL account.
UPC has signed content licensing agreements with Warner Bros Home Entertainment and Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment to provide their top new movie releases and a further library of catalogue titles to UPC On Demand TV.
Irish people plan to spend an average of €603.50 on Christmas expenses this year, according to the latest KBC Savings Barometer. The research shows that the majority of people will cover Christmas expenses through their current account while almost one in three plan to dip into existing savings and 10 per cent will use their credit card only.