Transatlantic relationship boosts Irish economy and exchequer “Big companies are better able to withstand a crisis like Covid-19 and they haven’t been dependent on Government support in the form of wage subsidies and so on,” says PwC’s Feargal O’Rourke.

Foreign direct investment underpins US links with Ireland and is set to get stronger

In association with American Chamber of Commerce Ireland
Anti-alcohol zeal of public health experts peppers reopening debate Just 22 of the 9,062 Irish virus clusters identified so far have been attributed to public houses. Photograph: iStock

Caveat: Does the virus have an alcohol problem or is it the other way round?

Retail sales up 8.1% in October compared to last year Grafton Street in October.  Retail sales decreased  0.7%  in the month when compared with September

However bars and fuel trade down dramatically due to Covid-19 measures

Irish companies need to prepare for growing cybercrime threat ‘No organisation should consider themselves immune from the threat of cyberattacks.’ Image: DKosig/Getty/iStock

Shift to remote working creates difficulties with attacks rising during pandemic

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