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From Business ETC John Player says public health groups have their 'head in the sand' on vaping Health 2.0

John Player says public health groups have their 'head in the sand' on vaping

The cigarette stalwart has been pushing its own e-cigarette products under the Blu brand.

From TheJournal.ie E-scooter giant Lime has been on the charm offensive to get on Irish streets

E-scooter giant Lime has been on the charm offensive to get on Irish streets

The company is keen to launch scooter-sharing in Ireland but has no plans for bikes.

From TheJournal.ie From bikes to roast duck: The Irish businesses jumping at an incoming EU-Vietnam trade deal Feature

From bikes to roast duck: The Irish businesses jumping at an incoming EU-Vietnam trade deal

Some see the agreement as a beacon of hope amid Brexit and the US-China trade war.

From Business ETC Your crash course in... Apple's appeal against the EU's €13bn Irish tax case Feature

Your crash course in... Apple's appeal against the EU's €13bn Irish tax case

The tech giant’s rebuttal against taxes in Ireland will be heard by judges on Tuesday.

From Business ETC From bikes to roast duck: The Irish businesses jumping at an incoming EU-Vietnam trade deal Feature

From bikes to roast duck: The Irish businesses jumping at an incoming EU-Vietnam trade deal

Some see the agreement as a beacon of hope amid Brexit and the US-China trade war.

From TheJournal.ie 'Out of our control': How cross-border companies are trying to prepare for a no-deal Brexit Feature

'Out of our control': How cross-border companies are trying to prepare for a no-deal Brexit

Some businesses close to the border have already changed their supply base in recent months.

From Business ETC E-scooter giant Lime has been on the charm offensive to get on Irish streets

E-scooter giant Lime has been on the charm offensive to get on Irish streets

The company is keen to launch scooter-sharing in Ireland but has no plans for bikes.

From Business ETC The latest VC funding figures give mixed signals with numbers down but seed deals on the rise Future Of Finance

The latest VC funding figures give mixed signals with numbers down but seed deals on the rise

An Irish Venture Capital Association report shows a growth in early-stage deals in the face of a wider drop.

From Business ETC 'Out of our control': How cross-border companies are trying to prepare for a no-deal Brexit Feature

'Out of our control': How cross-border companies are trying to prepare for a no-deal Brexit

Some businesses close to the border have already changed their supply base in recent months.

From Business ETC The Brexit blues have hammered Irish service providers' confidence Policy And Economy

The Brexit blues have hammered Irish service providers' confidence

AIB’s latest index shows the sector is growing, but at a slower pace than previous years.

From TheJournal.ie WhatsApp is growing its Irish team that engages with law enforcement Startups And Tech

WhatsApp is growing its Irish team that engages with law enforcement

Analysts are responsible for checking requests made by authorities like An Garda Síochána.

From TheJournal.ie 'Nailing your colours to the mast': Ireland still has just one B Corp, with others in the wings Policy And Economy

'Nailing your colours to the mast': Ireland still has just one B Corp, with others in the wings

Getting the sustainable seal of approval can be difficult and many Irish companies don’t know what it entails.

From Business ETC 'Nailing your colours to the mast': Ireland still has just one B Corp, with others in the wings Policy And Economy

'Nailing your colours to the mast': Ireland still has just one B Corp, with others in the wings

Getting the sustainable seal of approval can be difficult and many Irish companies don’t know what it entails.

From Business ETC WhatsApp is growing its Irish team that engages with law enforcement Startups And Tech

WhatsApp is growing its Irish team that engages with law enforcement

Analysts are responsible for checking requests made by authorities like An Garda Síochána.

From TheJournal.ie How Votechnik is helping recyclers dispose of LCD products faster and safer Startups And Tech

How Votechnik is helping recyclers dispose of LCD products faster and safer

In our weekly Startup Scout series, Fora picks out promising companies that are emerging from Ireland.

From Business ETC A 'distortion' in tax law has cost Ireland valuable business from conferences Tourism And Transport

A 'distortion' in tax law has cost Ireland valuable business from conferences

Venues are at a ‘competitive disadvantage’ due to VAT rules, according to the industry.

From TheJournal.ie Ireland's electric vehicle future is facing a chicken-and-egg problem Resource And Energy

Ireland's electric vehicle future is facing a chicken-and-egg problem

Registrations of EVs have increased the last six months but charge points are playing catch up.

From Business ETC Fraudsters are using real firms’ details to add 'an air of legitimacy' to financial service scams Policy And Economy

Fraudsters are using real firms’ details to add 'an air of legitimacy' to financial service scams

The Central Bank recently issued warnings about unauthorised firms that “borrow” info.

From Business ETC The State could get a Brexit silver lining with an FDI boost, but not enough to offset the downside Policy And Economy

The State could get a Brexit silver lining with an FDI boost, but not enough to offset the downside

Moody’s says Ireland’s economy is in good shape but faces risks with Brexit, trade wars and tax changes.

From Business ETC Ireland is lagging behind its European neighbours in devising an AI strategy Startups And Tech

Ireland is lagging behind its European neighbours in devising an AI strategy

The EU attempted to align national plans this summer – but not everyone’s on track.

From Business ETC Your crash course in... Ireland's economic uncertainty Policy And Economy

Your crash course in... Ireland's economic uncertainty

The economy is at risk of overheating, but Brexit could yet pour cold water on its expansion.

From Business ETC Irish exporters are facing a 'severe threat' as sterling slumps Policy And Economy

Irish exporters are facing a 'severe threat' as sterling slumps

Some businesses could already be suffering as the pound’s value drops on no-deal fears.

From Business ETC Fewer firms have gone bust so far this year - but the effect of Brexit is still unknown Policy And Economy

Fewer firms have gone bust so far this year - but the effect of Brexit is still unknown

Voluntary liquidation remains the most common avenue for struggling companies.

From Business ETC Here are some key dates for your Brexit calendar Policy And Economy

Here are some key dates for your Brexit calendar

Keep an eraser handy – some pundits already think Boris Johnson won’t pull it off till 2020.

From TheJournal.ie France is introducing a new digital tax on tech companies - so what impact will that have in Ireland? Policy And Economy

France is introducing a new digital tax on tech companies - so what impact will that have in Ireland?

Some of the world’s biggest tech giants, including Google and Facebook, have headquarters here.

From TheJournal.ie Free Now told the government 'night mayors' could make it easier for clubbers to get cabs Tourism And Transport

Free Now told the government 'night mayors' could make it easier for clubbers to get cabs

The company formerly called Mytaxi urged the Culture Minister to bring the concept to Dublin.

From TheJournal.ie Your crash course in... France's digital services tax and the impact on Ireland Policy And Economy

Your crash course in... France's digital services tax and the impact on Ireland

The Macron government’s 3% levy has also drawn scorn from the Trump administration.

From TheJournal.ie Upfront rent and relocation services - how tech companies are winning talent as rents keep rising Work

Upfront rent and relocation services - how tech companies are winning talent as rents keep rising

Ireland’s recruitment and tech experts weigh in on how to attract the best staff to Dublin.

From Business ETC Your crash course in... France's digital services tax and the impact on Ireland Policy And Economy

Your crash course in... France's digital services tax and the impact on Ireland

The Macron government’s 3% levy has also drawn scorn from the Trump administration.

From Business ETC Free Now told the government 'night mayors' could make it easier for clubbers to get cabs Tourism And Transport

Free Now told the government 'night mayors' could make it easier for clubbers to get cabs

The company formerly called Mytaxi urged the Culture Minister to bring the concept to Dublin.

From TheJournal.ie Irish retailers could have an opportunity to compete with British online shops thanks to Brexit Policy And Economy

Irish retailers could have an opportunity to compete with British online shops thanks to Brexit

Industry experts weigh in on how SMEs can win back sales as tariffs and exports on UK goods loom.

From TheJournal.ie Ireland's beef with Mercosur - how the deal is adding to the struggles of the Irish farmer Policy And Economy

Ireland's beef with Mercosur - how the deal is adding to the struggles of the Irish farmer

Beef farmers are worried that they could be a pawn in a bigger trade game.

From Business ETC Irish retailers could have an opportunity to compete with British online shops thanks to Brexit Policy And Economy

Irish retailers could have an opportunity to compete with British online shops thanks to Brexit

Industry experts weigh in on how SMEs can win back sales as tariffs and exports on UK goods loom.

From Business ETC Your crash course in... Ireland's exercise in damage limitation as it prepares for a no-deal Brexit Policy And Economy

Your crash course in... Ireland's exercise in damage limitation as it prepares for a no-deal Brexit

Amid political uncertainty in London, the State is bracing itself for the worst-case scenario.

From TheJournal.ie Here's how proposed US tariffs could hit Irish whiskey Food And Drink

Here's how proposed US tariffs could hit Irish whiskey

Irish whiskey could get dragged into a transatlantic trade dispute.

From Business ETC Ireland's beef with Mercosur - how the deal is adding to the struggles of the Irish farmer Policy And Economy

Ireland's beef with Mercosur - how the deal is adding to the struggles of the Irish farmer

Beef farmers are worried that they could be a pawn in a bigger trade game.

From TheJournal.ie Your crash course in ... how proposed US tariffs could hit Irish whiskey Food And Drink

Your crash course in ... how proposed US tariffs could hit Irish whiskey

Irish whiskey could get dragged into a transatlantic trade dispute.

From Business ETC Your crash course in ... how proposed US tariffs could hit Irish whiskey Food And Drink

Your crash course in ... how proposed US tariffs could hit Irish whiskey

Irish whiskey could get dragged into a transatlantic trade dispute.

From Business ETC Report calls on companies to implement a clearer strategy on innovation training Work

Report calls on companies to implement a clearer strategy on innovation training

The Skillnet-commissioned study found that 69% of companies don’t have any programmes in place.

From Business ETC 'A pattern of travel, a pattern of behaviour': How 'increased vigilance' by US border security is affecting Ireland Tourism And Transport

'A pattern of travel, a pattern of behaviour': How 'increased vigilance' by US border security is affecting Ireland

There has been ‘increased vigilance’ around travel from Ireland to the US of late.

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