Syndicated News Archives - Desmond Gibbons & Co.

SME office culture top with workers

Almost 70pc of Irish workers would like to work in a small to medium-size enterprise (SME) or a startup, research has found – with respondents believing that startups and SMEs offer the best office culture. Read more

Long term renters urged to look at protection similar to mortgage holders

Long-term renters should look at ways in which they can financially protect themselves, similar to mortgage holders, a leading insurance company has said. Read more

Ardagh Group disagrees with US jury verdict in patent infringement case

Ardagh Group S.A. has noted the US jury verdict received on April 21, 2017 in connection with one of two asserted patents alleged by Green Mountain LLC to have been infringed by Ardagh’s US glass business (formerly called Verallia North America ‘VNA’). Read more

Irish medtech firm in US partnership

Irish med tech firm Diaceutics has announced a five-year multi-million euro partnership with US-based BioReference Laboratories. Read more

Ring-fence CT take for investment – Ibec

Gains from corporate tax receipts should be ring-fenced for much-needed capital investment, rather than built into the base of current spending, the country’s biggest business body has argued. Read more

With banks wary, who will splash the cash?

If the banks don’t have the capability or the appetite to finance enough houses, what other options are out there? Read more

Brexit ‘victims’ meet today as Taoiseach to talk strategy with Dutch and Danish PMs

TAOISEACH Enda Kenny is today meeting with the prime ministers of the Netherlands and Denmark, two of the other EU countries expected to be worst hit by the impact of Brexit. Read more

Brexit firms must be managed in Ireland – Central Bank

Financial firms looking to relocate due to Brexit must demonstrate that local management will be accountable for decision-making and that operations can be effectively supervised, the Central Bank has said. Read more

Age of first-time buyers rises as housing supply fails to increase

The average age at which people buy their first home has rocketed to 35, with thousands of families trapped in unsuitable accommodation. Read more

AIB appoints NTMA’s Hannigan as CRO

AIB has appointed Deirdre Hannigan as its new chief risk officer. Read more