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Best Ciaran podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
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Updated August 2020
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This week the Oireachtas Special Committee on Covid-19 heard from representatives of Ryanair, Aer Lingus, the DAA and Shannon Group on how Irish aviation has been affected by the pandemic. Irish Times journalist, Barry O’Halloran has the latest. Also, Ann Chapman from Stonechat Jewellers speaks to Ciaran Hancock about expanding her premises in Dubl…
 
"No-one expected as unequivocal a ruling as this": Ireland has prevailed in its case against the EU Commission, who claimed that billions in corporation tax were owed by Apple to the Irish exchequer due to its operations here. Europe's second highest court decided that none of the money was taxable here. But why was the case taken in the first plac…
 
In a report published yesterday the EU downgraded its forecast for the European economy as the impact of Covid-19 beds in. Meanwhile, the government is preparing its July stimulus package. Where should it find and direct its funds? To talk about the economic outlook, Ciaran is joined by Chris Johns and Eoin Burke Kennedy of The Irish Times.…
 
Reports this week that AIB will not give mortgages to those in receipt of government-subsidised wages showed the potential impact of Covid-19 on the property market. So how is this closely-watched sector being affected, months into the crisis? John McCartney, director of research at Savills, and Irish Times reporter Jack Horgan-Jones talk to Ciaran…
 
As we approach the next phase on the roadmap out of lockdown, many businesses across Ireland are preparing to reopen after three months of closure. In this episode, Ciaran Hancock speaks to Teeling Whiskey co-founder Jack Teeling about the challenges that lie ahead for the Dublin based distillery. Also joining the discussion is Adrian Cummins from …
 
In today’s episode Sinn Féin’s spokesperson on Finance Pearse Doherty and Irish Times journalist Cliff Taylor join Ciaran Hancock to discuss the economic elements of the new Programme for Government. With very little in the way of costing laid out in their plans to reignite and renew the economy, how will the government pay for all of these new mea…
 
In today’s episode, Ciaran Hancock is joined by JP McMahon, a chef and restaurant owner from county Galway and by Des O’Dowd a hotelier in Inchydoney, West Cork, to speak about the impact Covid-19 has had on the hospitality trade. They discuss their plans to reopen at the end of the month and share their thoughts on the new guidelines issued this w…
 
In today's episode, Ciarán Hancock speaks to Francesca McDonagh, Group Chief Executive at Bank of Ireland, about the impact Covid-19 has had on the financial sector. Also on the agenda is the payment breaks obtained by 18,000 Bank of Ireland customers, the likely fall in property prices and when the bank will restore its dividend payment for shareh…
 
From lockdown in his home in Monaco, Michael Smurfittalks to business editor Ciarán Hancock about his storiedcareer, his greatest successes and most stinging failures. He also recalls his ownership of The K Club, and criticises Covid-19 reaction he calls a “panic-demic”.By Inside Business with Ciaran Hancock
 
Today we hear from two seasoned entrepreneurs in two different industries about how they are dealing with the fallout from Covid-19 and the opportunities that will hopefully begin to arise as the economy begins to reopen. How does this compare to past disruptions they have experienced, and what lessons can be applied to this new situation? Rachel D…
 
On Monday, the motor trade will be allowed to reopen their aftersales departments, but still face restrictions on their car sales operations. Many dealers are growing increasingly frustrated by the impact on sales and the threat of job losses. In today’s episode Ciaran Hancock speaks to Stephen Gleeson, managing director of Hyundai Ireland who is c…
 
Like most industries, the Irish pub sector has been devastated by the Covid-19 crisis. Under the current restrictions set out by the government in their roadmap to opening the economy, pubs must remain closed until August 10th 2020. Publicans argue this will put many out of business and have put forward a proposal to open six weeks earlier than pla…
 
Mark Fitzgerald is founder and chairman of real estate firm Sherry Fitzgerald. He talks to Ciarán about the housing market's difficulties and resilience in the time of Coronavirus. Despite the worsening economic situation, he insists there is no drop-off in demand from buyers yet and predicts prices will recover in 2021. Mark predicts a drop in new…
 
An Post is one of the companies on the frontline of the Covid-19 outbreak. CEO David McRedmond talks to Ciaran Hancock about how the organisation is adapting to serve the public during the Covid-19 outbreak, and also about the future of letters, post offices, parcels and the financial services that are an increasingly important part of their offeri…
 
Borrowers financially impacted by Covid-19 could be offered a six-month break on their mortgage payments if talks between the banks’ lobbying body and the Central Bank of Ireland are successful, according to Brian Hayes, chief executive of the Banking & Payments Federation Ireland and today's Inside Business guest.…
 
Pat McCann, founder of hotel group Dalata, says this crisis is worse than the many previous recessions and crises of his career all put together - but he says Dalata has the strength to survive, even if, as he believes, restrictions remain in place until late 2020. He talks to business editor Ciaran Hancock. From the Inside Business team, thanks to…
 
In today’s episode, Irish Times journalists Joe Brennan and Mark Paul join host Laura Slattery to discuss the evolving economic fallout from the coronavirus outbreak. In a week that began with Black Monday, the greatest global stock market crash since 2008, what emergency measures are now being taken across the world to ease the economic impact? An…
 
On today's podcast:Has Covid-19 changed the outlook for the Irish economy? Cliff Taylor talks to Conall Mac Coille, Chief Economist at Davy Stockbrokers. We find out about an all-Ireland company, Randox Laboratories, whose product is at the frontline of global efforts to detect the disease and prevent its spread. Plus: Before the High Court this we…
 
Is the worsening global outbreak of the Covid-19 coronavirus already impacting the economy here and abroad? * Economist Megan Greene on the global effect. Why did investors initially underestimate the risk of the virus, and what are they doing now to minimise their exposure to losses? * Barry O'Halloran on the impact on tourism. Will airlines strug…
 
How has the extraordinary result of the 2020 election gone down among investors, the financial sector and businesses? To talk about the election and its aftermath from an economic perspective, Ciaran is joined by Cliff Taylor and by Brian Hayes, head of the Banking and Payments Federation of Ireland and a former Fine Gael TD.…
 
Following a ruling this week from the Financial Services and Pensions Ombudsman, AIB have set aside a further €300 million to compensate victims of the tracker-mortgage scandal. In studio to discuss what this means for the thousands of customers affected is consumer campaigner Brendan Burgess from Askaboutmoney.com and Irish Times journalist Joe Br…
 
In this episode, host Laura Slattery is joined by Irish Times contributor Chris Johns, who has taken a detailed look through the manifestos of Fine Gael & Fianna Fáil. What are the parties promising in terms of public finances and how will it be implemented? Also, with Brexit set for Friday evening & the value of Sterling falling, Irish Times journ…
 
The growing, ageing population has created a pensions time bomb for this Government and the gap between the common retirement age of 65 and eligibility for the state pension has emerged as a major election issue. Our own Dominic Coyle explains the problem, while Willie O'Dea, Fianna Fáil's spokesperson on pensions, claims his party will make a bett…
 
In this episode, Ciaran Hancock is joined by Economist Jim Power and Irish Times Journalist Cliff Taylor. Together they take a look at how the Irish General Election campaign will play out over the next few weeks. Will the electorate give Fine Gael any credit for the recent economic growth and which party is best equipped to tackle the housing and …
 
Cork-born businessman Norman Crowley believes the profit motive is the best hope we have for reducing our carbon emissions enough to stave off the worst effects of climate change in the decades ahead. He talks to Ciaran about the various strands of his business Crowley Carbon (electrifying vintage cars, creating meatless meat, and making companies …
 
For our final show of 2019 we've assembled a panel of experts to take stock of the the year and to make some predictions about the year ahead in business, the economy and beyond. Stephen Brewer is managing director with telecoms firm Magnet Networks, Michael O'Keeffe is CEO of Teneo PSG Ireland and Lucinda Creighton is CEO of Vulcan Consulting and …
 
Businessman Kieran Lucid has a dream: an all-Ireland football league, uniting clubs from Northern Ireland and the Republic. But with soccer in the south in dire straits and cultural resistance in the North, he faces an uphill battle. He talks to Ciaran Hancock about his ambitious plan. But first Peter Hamilton has a roundup of the latest business n…
 
Today we are taking you on an exclusive tour of one of the biggest construction projects in Dublin city today: the redevelopment of the former Central Bank building on Dame Street, or "Central Plaza" as it will be called. It is one of Dublin's standout buildings, a bulky modernist structure towering over the 18th century architecture of College Gre…
 
Eoin Burke-Kennedy and economist Alan McQuaid take a look at the news that Ireland's corporation tax take came in a massive €1.45 billion ahead of estimates for the first 11 months of the year.Have you ever gone to cash in a gift voucher only to find it has expired? That may be a thing of the past. Dermot Jewell of the Consumer Association of Irela…
 
Economist and journalist Colm McCarthy has forecasted that air fares will rise by 30% should the European Commission increase their carbon tax on jet kerosene. He joins Ciaran Hancock and business reporter Barry O’Halloran in studio to discuss how this increase, along with the removal of the VAT exemption, will send the price of air travel soaring.…
 
Despite plenty of objection and many questions surrounding the escalating costs, the National Broadband Plan was signed in this week by the Cabinet. While the roll-out of high speed broadband across Ireland is a welcome initiative, Communications Spokesperson for Sinn Féin David Cullinane maintains it is a flawed and compromised process. Business J…
 
Despite pressure from house hunters seeking to escape the rent trap and from politicians looking for solutions to the housing crisis, the Central Bank will not be tempted to ease mortgage lending restrictions, according to both its deputy governors in statements this week. Where does that leave this troubled market? Analysis from Eoin Burke-Kennedy…
 
Mark Paul reports from Lisbon where he's repping The Irish Times at this year's Web Summit. Find out who is speaking and what is happening at the biggest annual tech gathering. Atlantic Therapeutics won the top prize at last night's Innovation Awards, an event run by The Irish Times. The Galway-based company won for its technology that helps to tre…
 
Where will we get our electricity from in a decarbonised future? Eirgrid has produced a report on the future sources of Ireland's energy, setting out three possible scenarios. Environment correspondent Kevin O'Sullivan reports. Barry O'Halloran on the decision by regulators to reduce passenger charges at Dublin Airport, a move opposed by the airpor…
 
Dominic Coyle, Conor Pope and Laura Slattery join Cliff Taylor on today's podcast to talk about:- two days, two big announcements of lost jobs. Bad luck or something more? - why eir customers in need of help from the telecoms provider are often left unhappy. - WeWork's travails hit plans for Dublin, new charges for EV owners and another gloomy Brex…
 
Work continues in Brussels on a a Brexit deal, and its still uncertain if one will be reached, or indeed if one is whether it can then be passed by UK legislators. But what would it mean for the Irish economy if a deal such as we are hearing about is passed? Ciaran asks Cliff Taylor. Then Barry O'Halloran reports on two stories about how we are try…
 
Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe has delivered his Budget 2020 speech, with an overall package of €2.9 billion. Announcing measures worth €1.2 billion to tackle no-deal Brexit, Minister Donohoe said Budget 2020 is without precedent and “a budget that has been developed in the shadow of Brexit”. Will the measures announced today be enough to sof…
 
In today's podcast Cliff Taylor previews next week's budget and Peter Hamilton takes a trip to Trifol, a Portlaoise-based company which has developed a lucrative process for turning landfill plastic into wax.Plus: Laura Slattery has a roundup of some of the week's other business including Paddy Power's mega-merger with Canadian rival Stars and Tesc…
 
Last weekend saw a successful opening of the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan. Today on Inside Business we take a look at the tournament through a business lens. Ciaran Hancock and Mick O'Keeffe of Teneo PSG are joined by Sean Kavanagh, Global Director at Pentland Brands (whose suite of brands includes Canterbury), Padraig Power, Commercial and Market…
 
The OECD’s efforts to frame a global tax for multi-nationals that will satisfy the demands of the 134 countries involved in the long-running process was discussed at the PwC-Irish Times Tax Summit earlier this week. Cliff Taylor and Eoin Burke-Kennedy join Ciarán to dissect comments made at the summit by Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe and Pas…
 
It emerged last weekend that RTÉ sought a €55 million annual funding boost from the State, which it never got. Staff at the broadcaster have been warned that the organisation cannot continue as it is without a significant increase in state funding. That's unlikely to materialise in the upcoming budget. So, what now? Does the solution lie in a doubl…
 
The new governor of the Irish Central Bank, Gabriel Makhlouf, settled into the role this week, telling staff that he will be in listening mode over the coming months. Joe Brennan outlines what he’ll have found waiting in his in-tray on his first day, including a key ECB governing council meeting on September 12th that will consider whether to ease …
 
Two sets of figures were released by the CSO this week. One shows a return to net emigration in Ireland: more people departed the country than arrived in the year to April. Another set, the latest Labour Force Survey, reveals 2.3 million people are now employed in the state, the highest ever figure. What lies behind the figures? Dominic Coyle asks …
 
Earlier this week Irish Times columnist Chris Johns wrote about why a hard Brexit on October 31st will be the beginning, rather than the end, of a chaotic phase in Britain’s history and that the country is facing a future as a failed state. He talks to Ciarán about why that is and why he believes that Boris Johnson’s decision to back Dominic Cummin…
 
Vodafone got out of the traps first this week announcing the beginning of its roll-out of 5G internet. So, how much will it cost? And, what will it mean for Irish businesses and consumers? Ciarán talks to Professor Ronan Farrell of Maynooth University, which launched a 5G test centre earlier this year, and Irish Times business reporter Charlie Tayl…
 
Harland & Wolff is officially in the hands of administrators. The legendary Belfast shipyard, once the world's largest, is now a symbol of the decline of British manufacturing and heavy industry. That decline is a subject that our guest today, Eamonn Fingleton, has written and reported on for decades. We're also joined by our reporter Francess McDo…
 
Looming international tax changes will be a big setback for Ireland's relationship with multinationals. But how great is the danger? And, how can we adapt to these changes, while continuing to attract foreign direct investment and develop other parts of the economy?To discuss how this might play out, Cliff Taylor is joined by chief economist at Ibe…
 
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