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Tag Archives: Ryanair
Last week’s surprise offer from Ryanair for all the shares in Aer Lingus generated many column inches in newspapers and much national discourse. The €694m valuation of Aer Lingus derived from the €1.30 a share offer, would have valued the State’s 25% stake … Continue reading
Ryanair has been quick to rub Air France’s nose in actor Gérard Depardieu’s recent mess – its latest website sales banner suggests that now even the passengers “pisse” on its competition. priceless ! Ryanair is clearly grateful to Depardieu for an … Continue reading
Ronan Lyons has posted a new item, ‘Should we let Michael O’Leary run our income tax system?’ This post examines Michael O’Leary’s suggestions in relation to Ireland’s income tax system, in particular making it simpler and ensuring everyone contributes but … Continue reading
The current government’s policy of taxing workers and business up to the gills is only going to bring about less revenue I can see this already happening .I called a plumber two days ago to give me a quote on … Continue reading
Who are they? (Mary) Why them there are former SR Technicians in the dole queue (civil servant) Mary, I can give 300 of them a job, I just need Hanger 6 So how about it? Get lost you weirdo, I’m … Continue reading
Scaremongering but who’s doing it? Finance Minister Brian Lenihan also warned yesterday that if Irish voters snubbed the treaty the result would “shatter international confidence” and lead to continued scarcity of funding and increased borrowing costs.(Looking for a yes vote) … Continue reading