Business report: The morning business briefing

Here’s a run down of today’s business headlines.

NEWS

Business report: The morning business briefing

Bank bailout costs fell unfairly on State, says expert Philip Lane

Competition regulator moves to up the battle against cartels

SSM to ratify AIB choice

ECB set to propose €1.1 trillion QE plan

AIG acquisition of Laya to cost in region of €80m

Former RSA boss Philip Smith takes constructive dismissal case

Spectre of Mario Draghi haunts proceedings at World Economic Forum

Michael O’Leary says IAG/Aer Lingus takeover deal likely

Slower growth ‘will be good news for China’

 

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BUSINESS ANALYSIS

Business report: The morning business briefing

You can't take it so why not share it?

 

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TECHNOLOGY

Business report: The morning business briefing

Cyber attacks cost Loyaltybuild millions of euro

 

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