Wednesday 22 November 2017

What it says in the papers – business pages

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

Irish Independent

  • A new high-end iPhone may be called the iPhone X, according to firmware leaks discovered by an Irish software developer.
  • The professional services firm Deloitte is looking to recruit 300 graduates in Ireland.
  • Irresponsible directors beware - big changes are coming in how our companies are policed.
  • Share watch: Ageing population ensures Demant is in high demand.

Irish Times

  • The Irish division of homecare provider Bluebird is looking to recruit 370 staff for new positions nationwide.
  • Two-thirds of colleges are open to the idea of forming joint venture partnerships with private developers to address the accommodation supply gap.
  • The Cara Pharmacy group has bought Abbey Healthcare in a deal that brings the firm to Dublin and Cork.
  • More use of technology could save SMEs €3bn annually, a new survey has found.

Irish Examiner

  • The EU’s top court will issue a ruling this week which could have a major impact on the cost of industrial relations disputes for Ryanair.
  • A significant portion of firms now believe Brexit will damage their business, accountancy firm BDO has said.

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