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Apr
13
On the precipice - are interest rates about to fall?
Posted by on 13 April 2024 05:00 AM
The European Central Bank tends to avoid using clear language so as to never quite reveal what it is thinking. However, what was unusual about the ECB's statement about its plan for interest rates was its relative clarity, writes RTÉ Business Editor Will Goodbody.
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Mar
5
Terence O'Rourke, the impressively successful accountant from Inniskeen, Co Monaghan, will get the green light from Government this morning to take over at the helm of the troubled RTÉ Board.
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Feb
29
Big EU fine not unexpected and could have been worse
Posted by on 29 February 2024 04:59 PM
Before issuing its formal response to the ruling of the EU Court of Justice, the Irish Government first had to point out that there was an error in the statement released to the media by the court, writes Correspondent Brian O'Donovan.
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Feb
28
RTÉ debacle rolls on as relationship breakdown revealed
Posted by on 28 February 2024 12:00 AM
The breakdown of the relationship between Minister for Media Catherine Martin and former chair of the RTÉ Board Siún Ní Raghallaigh was revealed, in some detail, in Oireachtas Committee Room 2.
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Feb
17
RTÉ crisis - how will it end?
Posted by on 17 February 2024 12:01 AM
RTÉ's appearance before the Oireachtas Media Committee was supposed to be the beginning of the end, but the hearing breathed new life into the controversy.
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Feb
3
Farmers' actions showing results both in Ireland and EU
Posted by on 03 February 2024 11:10 AM
This week Irish farmers came out to show solidarity with their European counterparts who are pushing back against what they say is over-regulation.
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