Wednesday 26 September 2018

What it says in the papers – business pages

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

Irish Independent

  • Technology giant Microsoft is on the hunt for further wind-power deals in Ireland after striking its first-ever renewable energy-purchase agreement outside the US.
  • Ryanair 4th in the world as global airlines carried 3.8 billion passengers last year.
  • Bank of Ireland's decision to bring its private banking division in-house has forced the lender to abruptly ditch a string of life and pension policies which may have accounted for close to 10pc of the unit's revenue.
  • The City of London could see an "avalanche" of companies leaving unless the UK government can bring some clarity to the Brexit talks and the proposed transition.

Irish Times

  • Professionals get debt warning from ex-Mazars’ partner Simon Coyle, a leading corporate restructuring figure during the crisis.
  • NCT operator Applus records 52pc increase in profit to €8.13m on the back of expanding revenues from NCT and Vehicle Registration Tax inspections.
  • Former Nama executive Felix McKenna has been appointed as chief executive of Urbeo Residential, a new fund established to invest in long-term rental accommodation.
  • A High Court judge has ruled certain documents sought by Mick Wallace and his son to defend a fund's application for disqualification orders against them are either unnecessary or irrelevant.

Irish Examiner

  • The owner of the Tipperary Crystal brand has sued a giftware seller for allegedly passing off their trademarks on the packaging of items being offered for sale.
  • Ikea is planning to enter South America and expand in Southeast Asia in its quest to dominate the world’s home furnishings market.

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