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Call for Government to enforce Level 5 retail rules (2020-10-26 00:15:00)
Retail Excellence is to write to the Tánaiste to ask the Government to ensure Level 5 Covid-19 regulations for retail outlets are enforced and to prevent large retailers avoiding their responsibilities.

Aryzta ends takeover talks with suitor Elliot (2020-10-26 00:15:00)
Swiss-Irish baked goods maker Aryzta has said that it has concluded discussions with hedge fund group, Elliott Advisors, without a binding takeover offer and that it would now look at other options.

Euro zone economy at risk of double-dip recession (2020-10-26 00:15:00)
Euro zone economic activity has slipped back into decline this month as renewed restrictions to control the coronavirus pandemic forced many businesses in the bloc's dominant service industry to limit operations, a survey showed today.

UK signs major post-Brexit trade deal with Japan (2020-10-26 00:15:00)
Britain and Japan today formally signed a trade agreement, marking Britain's first big post-Brexit deal on trade, as it continues to struggle to agree on a deal with its closest trading partners in the European Union.

Barclays' third quarter profit beats expectations (2020-10-26 00:15:00)
Barclays has today reported much better than expected third quarter earnings, as its consumer businesses swung back to profit and provisions against bad loans fell compared with the previous quarter.

Energia to freeze prices and suspend disconnections (2020-10-26 00:15:00)
Energia is the latest energy provider to announce that it's freezing residential gas and electricity prices.

Consumer sentiment slides as Covid-19 climbs (2020-10-26 00:15:00)
Consumer sentiment slumped in October on sharply increased concerns about the potential impact on household finances and jobs of a renewed surge in Covid-19 cases and the prospect of related restrictions on economic activity.

MEPs back 'veggie burgers' but ban dairy-free 'yoghurt' (2020-10-26 00:15:00)
The European Parliament rejected a much-mocked attempt to ban companies from branding plant-based products with meaty names like "veggie burger".

Just Eat to add 700 courier jobs to meet growing demand (2020-10-26 00:15:00)
Just Eat is recruiting 700 additional couriers, to meet growing consumer demand for takeaway food arising from the additional Level 5 restrictions.

Brexit: Caution and hope as talks enter decisive phase (2020-10-26 00:15:00)


Review: Apple iPhone 12 and 12 Pro (2020-10-26 00:15:00)
The new iPhone 12 and 12 Pro have some nice new features and a few small drawbacks. But the biggest issue for Apple is that they are just too similar.

Brexit deal 'doable but difficult' - Coveney (2020-10-26 00:15:00)
The Minister for Foreign AffairsSimon Coveney has said that he believes a trade deal can be done before the end of the Brexit transition period.

Judgment on pubs' action against FBD due in early 2021 (2020-10-26 00:15:00)
Judgment will be given on four important test cases brought by pub owners over FBD Insurance's refusal to pay out on business disruption over the Covid-19 pandemic early in the New Year.

Employment in western counties hit harder by Covid (2020-10-26 00:15:00)
A new analysis by the Central Bank finds that counties in the west and along the Atlantic Economic Corridor suffered a greater initial employment shock when Covid-19 restrictions were introduced earlier this year.

Samsung Electronics chairman Lee Kun-hee dies at 78 (2020-10-26 00:15:00)
Samsung Electronics chairman Lee Kun-hee, who transformed the South Korean firm into a global tech titan, has died at the age of 78, the company said.

Gifted Contemporary Craft & Design Fair moves online (2020-10-26 00:15:00)
Gifted, the Contemporary Craft & Design Fair, marks the start of the Christmas season for many who visit the RDS , where it has been held for almost 40 years.

AstraZeneca, J&J vaccine trials back on track in US (2020-10-26 00:15:00)
Two major clinical trials for experimental Covid-19 vaccines got back on track in the US yesterday, providing a glimmer of hope as the number of cases skyrocket across the country.

3 new platforms encouraging a better customer buying experience (2020-10-26 00:15:00)
Fiona Alston spoke to three companies who are improving customers' purchasing experiences with their platforms.

Unfair for shops to sell non-essential items - Varadkar (2020-10-26 00:15:00)
Tánaiste Leo Varadkar has said he was confident that businesses will be able to reopen after six weeks of Level 5 restrictions. However, the Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment said that it was still too early to say what effect the measures were having.

Risk of retail rebellion if rules not respected (2020-10-26 00:15:00)
Business Editor Will Goodbody looks at the Level 5 rules governing non-essential retail outlets and how they are being interpreted.




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