Food prices’ record rise; pharma founder’s payday; and four steps to better personal finances – The Irish Times

Food prices in Irish supermarkets It rose faster than at any time on record last year, with inflation at 15 percent, according to industry analysts Kantar. But, writes Conor Pope, that hasn’t stopped shoppers in the run-up to Christmas.

the Irish rare drug store Amryt for the Italian company Chiesi Farmaceutica will donate millions of euros to Joe Wiley, one of the founders of the company eight years ago who developed the world’s first treatment for a genetic disease known as the name butterfly skin disease and its chief executive.

In personal finance, Fiona Reddan looks at four areas people can adopt painless process of improving their management this year. And in the Q&A, we look at practical ways to rent a room in your home as well as what is involved financially in hosting Ukrainian refugees.

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Back to news, Paul Gallagher hotel said Budget 2023 provisions designed to support thousands of businesses hit by high energy bills are a “wet squib” paying a “pittance” to the hospitality sector. Laura Slattery reports.

SY Michael Stanley, head of construction at Cairn Homes not happy either. Ireland, he says, is building eight times as much office space as housing, which means we are failing to provide housing for the thousands of workers we are trying to attract. He specifically targeted the planning system’s failure to deliver building approvals despite his company reporting strong results. Barry O’Halloran spoke to him.

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Digital booking platform Flipdish saw a pre-tax loss more than six-fold to €11.3 million in the 10 months to January 31, Gordon Deegan said, but still expects to double earnings this year the company.

An American Family That Was chasing Aer Lingus in cargo They say the airline took a $9,100 fine last July amid the uproar the airline said it was “hit” by poor customer service. airline. Barry O’Halloran has the details.

Prosecutors in Berlin conducted a preliminary investigation into the loan that German Finance Minister Christian Lindner secured by a bank he praised last year in a video message as “awesome from the start,” says Derek Scally.

the chief investment officer at Amundi, Europe’s biggest asset manager, said the European Central Bank (ECB) may double interest rates to 4 percent this year as it continues efforts to combat inflation, and concluded that the stock market has been “over reacting” lately. day as a sign of easing consumer price increases. Joe Brennan reports.

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Joe also reported on this Apereethe nursing home operator founded by Cork-based investment firm BlackBee Group, which has appointed healthcare industry executive Henry Burrows as its new chief executive, following the settlement of an ownership dispute company from the previous head.

In her column, she looks at Laura Slattery Prince Harry’s love for the media and media alignment with disillusioned monarchs.

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