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Twitter ordered to disclose details of parody account (2020-06-06 00:15:00)
Social media giant Twitter has been ordered by the High Court to disclose information aimed at identifying the operators of a parody account after a courier company took legal action.

Bentley to cut 1,000 jobs in UK (2020-06-06 00:15:00)
German-owned luxury car brand Bentley has said it would axe around 1,000 jobs in the UK as the market weathers the coronavirus-induced downturn.

Elon Musk calls for Amazon to be broken up (2020-06-06 00:15:00)
Tesla chief executive Elon Musk has called for Amazon.com Inc to be broken up, after an author complained on social media about being unable to self-publish a book via the world's largest online retailer.

Low carbon pledge companies cut greenhouse gases by 41% (2020-06-06 00:15:00)
Over 50 of the largest companies in Ireland, which have publicly committed to cut their carbon footprint by 50% between now and 2030, have reported on their progress.

Chauffeurs call for sector help over Covid-19 fallout (2020-06-06 00:15:00)
Chauffeur companies, who bring economic activity and tourism to rural areas otherwise lacking jobs and businesses, are warning that parts of its industry are on the brink of collapse because of the Covid-19 pandemic.

IAG considers legal challenge to UK quarantine rules (2020-06-06 00:15:00)
IAG has said it is considering launching a legal challenge against the UK government's 14-day quarantine rule for incoming travellers.

IKEA to reopen, Penneys to stay closed (2020-06-06 00:15:00)
IKEA will reopen its store in Ballymun and Carrickmines on Monday, after the Government announced the continued phased reopening of the economy, including all retail stores.

Covid-19 payment schemes to be extended, changes to PUP (2020-06-06 00:15:00)
The Pandemic Unemployment Payment and the wage subsidy scheme have been extended until the end of August but there will be two levels of PUP payment from 29 June.

Daa has lost €160m in turnover due to Covid crisis (2020-06-06 00:15:00)
The operator of both Dublin and Cork airports has said it has lost €160m in turnover since the Covid-19 pandemic crisis hit.

Barnier says no real progress over post-Brexit trade (2020-06-06 00:15:00)
The European Union's chief negotiator has said there has been no real progress made at the end of the fourth round of talks on a post-Brexit trade deal.

A British view of Brexit talks - things still on track (2020-06-06 00:15:00)
We have heard from Michel Barnier on TV and on the record about the state of play at the end of the latest round of Future Relationship talks, but what about the British side?

Irish economy grew 1.2% in first quarter - CSO (2020-06-06 00:15:00)
The economy grew by just over 1% in the first three months of the year, according to the Central Statistics Office.

US employment figures rebound in May (2020-06-06 00:15:00)
The US economy unexpectedly added jobs in May after suffering record losses in the prior month, offering the clearest signal yet that the downturn triggered by the Covid-19 pandemic was probably over, though the road to recovery could be long.

Return to pre-Covid levels will take time - survey (2020-06-06 00:15:00)
Almost half of Irish businesses surveyed by Morgan McKinley don't believe they will return to pre-Covid crisis levels of activity before 2021.

Slight reduction in numbers claiming income support (2020-06-06 00:15:00)
The Covid-19 pandemic continued to have a significant impact on the labour market in May, according to the latest figures from the Central Statistics Office.

Yew Grove collects 97% of second quarter rent (2020-06-06 00:15:00)
Irish commercial property company Yew Grove has published an update on rent collections in the second quarter of 2020, which shows it collected 97% of its rent.

Barnier hopes for 'simplified' customs procedure in NI (2020-06-06 00:15:00)
The EU's chief negotiator Michel Barnier has said supermarkets in Northern Ireland will be able to avail of simplified customs procedures for goods coming in from Britain under the Irish Protocol.

Retail, hotels and bars to reopen earlier than planned (2020-06-06 00:15:00)
Many retailers will be able to open sooner than previously planned, as part of changes to the Government's Covid-19 roadmap for reopening the economy.

Aer Lingus confirms lay-offs due to Covid-19 crisis (2020-06-06 00:15:00)
Aer Lingus has confirmed that it laid off an unspecified number of staff due to the Covid-19 crisis which has caused a collapse in aviation traffic.

Taoiseach announces accelerated 'Phase 2 Plus' roadmap (2020-06-06 00:15:00)
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has announced that plans to ease coronavirus lockdown restrictions are being accelerated and the country will move to 'Phase 2 Plus' on Monday.




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