Home loan applications rejected, Revolut on pollution-free spending and air travel – The Irish Times

So far this year, more than half of the applications submitted under the government’s local authority housing loan scheme have been rejected, according to figures provided by Housing Minister Darragh O’Brien. Eoin Burke-Kennedy has the details.

Irish consumers are spending more on groceries, restaurants and fuel while reducing leisure activities, clothes and shopping at the airport, according to figures from fintech Revolut. Reporting by Eoin Burke-Kennedy.

In our opinion piece, Goodbody Stockbrokers analyst Joe Gill says aviation industry needs to speed up delivery of pollution-free air travelcalling the existing 2050 target “easy”.

More than half of employees in Ireland believe that a recession is “inevitable” but do not anticipate that their wages will fall accordingly, revealed a survey by HR software company Greenhouse. Eoin Burke-Kennedy has the details.

Some junior staff have unrealistic expectations of an easy working life and employers shouldn’t pander to their every whim, writes FT columnist Pilita Clark.

Boris Johnson played a key role in securing Brexit and as he prepares to leave Downing Street, the madness of this decision and its negative impact on the UK economy is starting to become clearwrites our columnist Eoin Burke-Kennedy.

Technology company founded in Ireland SilverCloud Health has reached a milestone in providing services to over one million people worldwideshe announced, writes Ciara O’Brien.

Kerry-based financial services company Fexco partners with technology group TEKenable in a partnership that will result in the creation of 75 jobs. Eoin-Burke Kennedy has the details.

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