Hines, the international real estate firm, and Peterson Group, the Hong Kongbased property investment company, have achieved full occupancy of the office space at Central Plaza on Dublin’s Dame Street.

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Almost three-quarters of Irish project managers say adjusting to new ways of working following the reopening of the economy is their top concern.

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Ciara O’Brien reviews  the Bosch Tassimo MyWay 2	coffee pod machine.

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Buymie is to create 60 new personal shopper roles as it extends its same-day grocery delivery service to over 180,000 people in Limerick and Galway.

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Beware the rise of the clique..

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At the start of the pandemic, Covid contact tracing apps were one of the most heavily hyped digital tools advanced for tech-ing our way out of an emerging global health crisis.

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Pilita Clark is tired of the productivity gurus.

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Is Austin,  Texas, becoming the new San Francisco?

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Vaccination passports are not  an easy solution, writes Karlin Lillington.

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Irish beer exports fell 17 per cent last year to €254 million.

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Chris Johns talks to former governor of the Bank of England Mark Carney (above) on Inside Business.

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Ireland’s share of a €5 billion EU Brexit compensation fund would be slashed under French proposals.

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It’s official, video conferencing is exhausting.

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In our weekly opinion slot Melanie Crowley, head of employment law at Mason, Hayes & Curran, warns that the Government’s remote working policy may inhibit investment.

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Russian billionaire investor, Elena Baturina, is on course to more than double her investment in Dublin’s Morrison hotel, as she closes in on its sale to a UK consortium for more than €65 million.

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Olive keogh finds that sustainabilty is now being taken seriously at the senior executive level.

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In our Monday Opinion slot Jerry Moriarty, chief executive of the Irish Association of Pension Funds , warns of the looming pensions crisis.

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Bloodstock auctioneer Goffs plans to invest €10 million in building a 50-bedroom hotel on its property in a bid to lure tourists and racegoers.

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The Pokémon Company has entered into a long-term lease for 5,000sq ft of space distributed across the third and fourth floors at 2 Central Plaza, the classical commercial building immediately adjacent to the iconic Sam Stephenson-designed main tower.

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Three-quarters of people in the Republic will take a Covid-19 vaccine, while 25 per cent are either unsure or actively against taking it, according to a survey by Ipsos MRBI.

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In his weekly colum John FitzGerald argues that our Government and those across Europe need to develop plans for how we will return to normal as an increasing proportion of the population is vaccinated.

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Are power cuts a possibility?

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Penneys owners the Westons top the billionaire list.

Coronavirus dominated much of this year’s top 10, even knocking the lead budget article off its usual perch

Ciara O’Brien has all you need to know about enjoying the yuletide festivities online.

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The Inside Business podcast discusses a crunch week for Brexit.

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Will we go back to this?

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Cantillon ponders what France’s digital tax stance will mean for Ireland.

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Coca Cola paid a tax rate of just 1.4 per cent in Ireland in 2007-2009 on operating profits of $2 billion-$2.5 billion a year.

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Which is better, PlayStation or X Box?

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The Central Bank of Ireland will be hoping to capitalise on the as yet undimmed appetite amongst international investors for opportunities in Dublin’s docklands as it brings Block R in Spencer Dock to the market.

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Rents rose 1.2 per cent nationally in the third quarter.

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Will the mandatory pension plan ever get off the ground?

Public to stay within 5km of home but people will be allowed to meet outdoors with one other household

What are the best ear buds for you?

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 Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe presents Budget 2021 at 1pm on Tuesday.

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Will pensioners get their customary €5 in the budget?

Big increase to the health budget expected as well as a VAT cut for hospitality sector

In his weekly column John FitzGerald points out that increased public spending during the Covid-19 crisis is being balanced out by private savings.

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Aldi is expanding its delivery options.

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Start-up companies are facing ongoing issues claiming research and development tax credits and some could go out of business before they receive full refunds, experts have warned.

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Which TV package is right for you?

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World of Work: Managers who rely heavily on large-group video calls are failing to communicate amid a steep learning curve.

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What is a good night’s sleep worth?

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The group behind The Irish Times made an operating profit of €3.82 million before exceptional items in 2019, up 46 per cent compared to the €2.61 million recorded the previous year.

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Ciara O’Brien warns us that fake news is getting harder to spot.

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Working from home is not all its cracked up to be.

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The poll suggested that 23% of parents believe they will suffer from increased financial strain sending their children to school due to the economic impact of the pandemic. Photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times

One in four say back to school costs increased as result of the pandemic, new survey says

Cantillon is aghast at the latest public transport advice.

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Askaboutmoney.com founder Brendan Burgess argues that the banks are in the right to charge interest on mortgages which are on a Covid-19-induced break.

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Garnishes for gins and tonic, vegan cheese, and cashew nut-based desserts are just three of the products launched by some of Ireland’s latest crop of food and drink entrepreneurs.

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Prevention is better that cure when it comes to mortgage approval.

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Will our office lives ever return to normal?

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There is plenty of software out there for your laptop that is free of charge.

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Has Warren Buffett lost his touch?

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Gaming is the big winner in Covid-19 crisis.

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Karlin Lillington says that the HSE’s data breach bodes ill for the contact tracing app.

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Covid-19 lockdowns are hitting Irish whiskey sales, distillers have warned.

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Covid-19 lockdowns are hitting Irish whiskey sales while about 400 of the industry’s jobs are in the balance, distillers warn.

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What do data centres really cost?

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The pointless participant is a scourge of any meeting but on video calls it is worse.

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Web Log invites us to dive into Neil Gaiman’s archive of cool stuff.

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Pilita Clark: New Zealand prime minister Jacinda Ardern is a straight talker.

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Olive Keogh meets the new Irish technology companies which may play a key strategic role in disease prevention.

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What are the benefits of working from home?

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A deserted Dublin on St Patrick’s Day.

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Cork native Emer Downing joins the Inside Business podcast on the line from her home in Bergamo, Italy, to speak about daily life under lockdown.

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Is working from home all it’s cracked up to be?

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A near-empty flight. Our Inside Business podcast asks how much damage will the viyrs outbreak do to our economy?

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Eoin Burke-Kenney, in our Bottom Line column, argues that there might be an economic silver lining to the coronavirus crisis.

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In her weekly column Karlin Lillington tells us we shouldn’t be fooled by Facebook’s ‘regulate us, please’ media blitz.

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X-Factor hopefuls queuing for auditions.

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Pilita Clark: “Ultimately, working from home is neither as bad nor as brilliant as it is often said to be.”

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Why do business people covet golf courses?

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Beware of the telephone scammer.

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Paddy Cosgrave pokes the Irish media.

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IBM says it can make batterise from seawater.

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Energy suppliers have no immediate plans to cut household charges despite falls in wholesale electricity and natural gas prices.

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The IFSC in Dublin. The financial services sector continued to outperform in terms of total activity growth at the end of 2019.

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Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Budget 2020 is there, of course, but who else made it into the big leagues?

Is the bull market about to end?

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Chris Horn says it’s time to abandon commuting.

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Global corporations seem to be getting their environmental act together better than governments.

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The Chester Beatty is digitising its collection. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

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Who hasn’t made a mistake at work?

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Laura Slattery: Frozen is bent on world domination, again.

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Will climate change alter the way we work?

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Will Gabriel Makhlouf follow Mark Carney’s lead?

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The e Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland  has expansion plans.

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When Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe gets to his feet at 1pm on Tuesday we will be there.

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Cantillon ponders the appointment of low-profile Irishman Ken Murphy to the top spot at Tesco.

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John FitzGerald says that Irish beef farmers are doomed.

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Kennedy Wilson has submitted planning documentation to An Bord Pleanála, indicating its intention to deliver 287 apartments on a four-acre site it owns at the Grange development on the Stillorgan Road.

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Are Brexit storm clouds brewing?

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Cantillon has a look at a good, and bad, week for Ryanair.

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Karlin Lillington has some interesting takeaways on the gig economy.

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Bobby Coote and his quest to fly.

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Fiona Reddan: give savers a break.

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Both our columnists, Chris Johns and Pilita Clark, tackle Brexit.

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Ciara O’Brien tells us how to boost our cyber security.

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Fiona Reddan advises you how to make the most of your holiday reading.

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Smyths continues its expansion in Germany.

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