Monday 26 June 2017

What it says in the papers - business pages

Here's a look at what it says in the business pages of today's papers:

Irish Independent

  • Brexit will ‘decimate’ rural areas – food boss
  • Tesco Ireland boss hails ‘significant progress’ as revenue hits €2.48bn
  • Investors take €1.25bn of government debt in bond sale
  • Changes make sale of Newstalk less likely
  • Rising EU economic tide may help lift political boats
  • Offshore banks rebuked in Central Bank warning shot

Irish Times

  • Liquidators rule out compensation over INBS trackers
  • Conflicts of interest widespread in boardrooms
  • Dairygold ‘contingency planning’ for hard Brexit with tariffs
  • Permanent TSB plans to resume dividend payments to investors
  • Eir fined €3m over rural phone service
  • Meningitis test firm raises €6.7m

Irish Examiner

  • Axing of water charges leaves €250m black hole
  • Merrill Lynch Bank in Ireland warns on Brexit
  • High stakes in Apple legal dispute with Qualcomm
  • Calls to invest outside the capital to develop new tier of cities

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