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Payments: Consumers Benefit in a Cashless Economy

In 2006 Monopoly, “the fast dealing  property trading game” introduced an electronic version of its famous board game. 9 years on and...

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Progress towards a paperless healthcare system

As a paperless law firm it's excellent to see other sectors and industries embracing the need to move with the times and go paperless....

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Genuine legal reform off the hook

What a pity that Alan Shatter was the author of his own misfortune. Had he not made a bags of his Ministerial portfolio and stuck to his...

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Where Zuckerberg leads will we follow?

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has announced on his Facebook page that he will take 2 months paternity leave when his first child is...

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CPL keeps on growing!

Great news piece on our neighbours - CPL. Also a great sign for the economy that recruitment requirements continue to rise for...

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First time buyers drawing down the majority of residential mortgages

Despite stringent rules imposed by the Central Bank first time buyers are drawing down the majority of residential mortgages.

More than half the €1.23 billion worth of mortgages taken out during the third quarter of the year went to first-time buyers despite new...…

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The reality of zero hours contracts

Interesting report on a report commissioned from UL on the use and misuse of zero hours contracts - it's a controversial area!!

The report says there is a lack of clarity about the employment status of individuals who work exclusively if-and-when hours. “As there...…

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Forget about offices....hotels is what Dublin needs!

With tourism in the capital growing it's not just office space we need, its beds!

Dublin needs as many as 3,000 new hotel rooms or it will continue to lose out on events like the Web Summit, a new report warns

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10 reasons Dublin rents are staying High!

A great overview of the main factors contributing to the continued high rents in the capital.

Irish Rents have been rising steadily since 2013, particularly in Dublin. Rents in the capital rose 9.2 per cent in the year to the end...…

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Dublin needs iconic buildings

Paul McNeive is a great commentator on the Irish property recovery. I enjoy his pieces in the Indo and this one is right on. Why are...

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