The Business

The Business

Saturday 10 - 11am

The Business Saturday 19 October 2019

The Business

The Business

A weekly look at the world of business and personal finance with Richard Curran

From Fruit stalls to Finance

From Fruit stalls to Finance

Nick Corcoran has been in business since he was a teenager. His career brought him from street trading to Wall St trading. Along with Nigel McDermott he set up Cardinal Capital Group. They're well known for their investment in Bank of Ireland with Wilbur Ross and for taking on companies such as Lily O'Briens, Payzone and AA Ireland.

History of the Fruitmarket

History of the Fruitmarket

Nick Corcoran and his husband's bid will be one of many for the Victorian Market. Sticking with that market, it's a place that's steeped in history. Liam Geraghty has been looking back at Smithfield's Fruitmarket through the decades

Brexit Latest

Brexit Latest

It's Super Saturday. It's going to be hard to tear ourselves away from radios and TVs today with all the action. MPs tackling Boris Johnson in parliament, the Irish and the All Blacks taking strips off each other on the pitch. But first let's go to the latest on Brexit We're joined by Enda Brady from Sky News

A Good Deal for Business?

A Good Deal for Business?

There was a lot of relief when the deal was struck this week. But is it a good deal for business and the economy? We ask Martina Lawless from the ESRI, who is the author of multiple papers on trade and Brexit.

The Language of Brexit

The Language of Brexit

Another word was added to the Brexit Dictionary, GINO, Government In Name Only. So many terms have been introduced since the word Brexit itself was coined, that it's hard to keep up. Tony Thorne, a visiting linguist consultant at King's College has been collecting some Brexit terms and sussing out the intentions of those that use them

Rugby - Ireland vs New Zealand

Rugby - Ireland vs New Zealand

We're going head-to-head with the All Blacks in the World Cup quarter finals today. As the scrums measure up on the pitch, we decided to take a look at how the two countries measure up when it comes to their vital statistics. We ask Kiwi-turned-Irishman Dean Hand, who owns the convenience store Hand's Daybreak, in Clerihan Tipperary:

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