Jay Bourke’s debts, Ryanair and green fuel, and health insurance options

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Restaurateur Jay Bourke is looking for alternative funds to finance a debt cancellation operation after an insurance broker from whom he was betting on a windfall stopped taking new business. Simon Carswell has the details.

Irish e-commerce businesses that rely on social media to win new customers are seeing less traffic to their sites from the Facebook iPhone app and paying more to advertise to this audience since the upgrade. Apple’s iOS privacy day last year, according to a new survey. Laura Slattery Reporting.

Ireland is a ‘tech superpower’ and other than the United States has the most opportunity to influence the actions of social media platforms in terms of regulation, said Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen. Charlie Taylor listened to his speech at Trinity College last night.

Employers here aim to embark on their biggest wave of hiring in more than 15 years in the second quarter of 2022, according to new data from recruiter Manpower. Colin Gleeson walks through the data.

Ryanair has a lot to do on the development of cheaper sustainable aviation fuel, Cantillon writes, with the potential for higher airfares from using this fuel a very real threat to its business model.

Cyber ​​threats are expected to have the biggest impact on business growth over the coming year, with 58% of Irish CEOs “extremely” or “very concerned” about their potential impact, according to a PwC report. reports Colin Gleeson.

In our personal finance article, Fiona Reddan looks at your options for private health insurance coveragewhether you are a new customer or looking for a better deal on your coverage.

In Q&A, a reader wonders if her adopted husband can claim a share of his biological mother’s farm. Dominique Coyle offers some advice.

AMC, the largest cinema chain in the world, added an investment in a gold and silver mining company to his portfolio. It wasn’t supposed to be in the script, writes Laura Slattery in her media and marketing column.

In Me and My Money Adam Cree, Chief Revenue Officer of Northern Ireland’s cloud-based enterprise software group ish, 3ENlikes to think of himself as a wise spender.

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