Ryanair’s shares drop, Soda at Brown Thomas, and Abbott’s 500 jobs in Donegal
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Soda founder Grace Gould at Brown Thomas in Grafton Street. Photograph: Cyril Byrne.
Ryanair’s share price closed down 6.7 per cent in Dublin on Monday after the airline announced a 20 per cent fall in profits, and suggested that visibility on air fares in the coming months was practically zero. Barry O’Halloran gives his analysis of the airline’s current problems.
It was a good day for job announcements on Monday, the highlight of which was US healthcare giant US healthcare giant Abbott confirming plans to add jobs at its facility in Donegal. Peter Hamilton reports.