Up to 2, 000 employees of Intel Corp’s Irish branch have been offered three months of unpaid leave as part of cost-cutting measures, the Business Post reported on Thursday.
Irish Prime Minister Micheal Martin and some fifty other prominent Irish politicians are no longer allowed to enter Russian territory. Russia announced it. The measure is a response to Western sanctions due to the war in Ukraine.
Elon Musk has started a major round of resignations at Twitter. Between Thursday and Friday, an unknown number of employees of the platform received an e-mail about this. According to an employee who can keep his or her job, the layoffs are numerous.
Customers of the British meal and grocery delivery company Deliveroo spent more on orders in the third quarter of this year than in the same period last year. The number of orders outside the United Kingdom and Ireland was lower.
According to investigators at Cictar, Microsoft has evaded billions in taxes in the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand. In the same countries, the tech giant makes big money on government contracts.
For the first time since the end of June, the 27 leaders of the European Union are back together for a summit today. They meet in Prague. And there’s plenty to discuss. The agenda includes the situation in Ukraine and the economic situation in the EU.
As part of its integrator strategy, Maersk is consistently expanding its inventory of warehouses in the UK and Ireland. In addition to a 15-year lease for a newly built warehouse in Doncaster in the north of England, Maersk has signed a lease for two new distribution centers in the Irish capital Dublin. All facilities have a strong focus on their activities with low CO2 emissions.
More than 10,000 companies have made a million customs declarations to transport goods from Britain to Northern Ireland in 2021, the first year in which the post-Brexit controls, which London now wants to abolish, are operational.