Friday 23 March 2018

What is says in the papers - business pages

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

Irish Independent

  • Rental car companies have been accused of imposing supplementary charges on consumers for alleged damage to vehicles.
  • The four-star Gibson Hotel in Dublin's Docklands has been put up for sale with a guide price of more than €87m.
  • The redeveloped former Central Bank headquarters in Dublin will be the base for more than 1,000 office workers, its new owners have said.
  • Greencore has agreed a timetable to phase out its contract with US coffee behemoth Starbucks, the loss of which saw the company's share price whipsaw last week.
  • More than four fifths of young people globally would move overseas to advance their careers.

Irish Times

  • The Irish entity involved in the Allsop Ireland property auction business has bought out the UK real estate agent, rebranded the company.
  • Dispute rumbles on as Conroy Gold appoints two non-executive directors to the Board.
  • The number of overseas buyers attending this year’s National Ploughing Championships has more than doubled.
  • Some staff at the Ballydoyle racing stables in Tipperary worked for 28 days in succession, the Labour Court has been told.
  • Room rates at Dublin hotels have reached an all-time high, eclipsing the prices of the last boom.

Irish Examiner

  • Google has agreed to notify EU regulators on how it plans to ensure its search engine does not favour its own shopping service over those of rivals.
  • Rupert Murdoch’s 21st Century Fox has decided to pull right-wing Fox News from Sky’s airwaves.

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