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Euro zone economy bounds into Q2 with bumper growth - PMI - 21/04/2017
The euro zone economy started the second quarter with strong and sustainable growth, according to a new survey today. The survey also showed that businesses increased activity at the fastest rate for six years as new orders stayed robust.  IHS Markit's Flash Composite Purchasing Managers' Index, seen as a good guide to growth, climbed to 56.7 from March's 56.4, its highest reading since April 2011.  A rea [...]
Go-ahead for €40m logistics hub which will employ 1,000 - 21/04/2017
Mountpark Logistics EU has been given the green light by An Bord Pleanála (ABP) to proceed with the development of a €40m logistics and industrial hub at Baldonnel in south county Dublin. Construction of the scheme, which is being billed by the developers as the "largest speculative logistics development in Ireland", is expected to get under way this summer. While some 120 jobs will be created during th [...]
A lesson for start-ups: A great idea will only get you so far - 21/04/2017
The start-up community in Ireland is thriving, with more than 20,000 new companies registered here in 2016, according to latest figures from However, a great business idea will only take you so far. Setting up your own business is a minefield of financial planning, product development, consumer research, marketing, and branding. Here, successful Irish entrepreneurs share their wisdom and re [...]
Number of business start-ups up by 10pc in Q1 - 10/04/2017
March saw the second highest monthly rate of business start-ups since 2007, according to figures from the business and credit risk analysts Vision-net. A total of 2,014 companies were registered in the month – with the areas of construction, agriculture and finance showing the biggest increases. The vast majority of industry sectors recorded a year-on-year increase in start-ups, with the professional ser [...]
No EU country has claimed on €13bn Apple tax - Noonan - 10/04/2017
No European country has made a claim on the back taxes that Apple allegedly owes to Ireland, Finance Minister Michael Noonan has said. Mr Noonan has argued that Ireland's entitlement to the money, in the face of potentially competing claims from other EU countries, remains uncertain. The European Commission announced in August last year that Ireland must collect €13bn plus interest from Apple for taxes t [...]
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