Fb has handed over greater than $360 million (€304 million) of shares awards within the social media large to workers based mostly in Eire over the previous 5 years, the Sunday Enterprise Put up stories.
The newspaper stated that Fb, which additionally owns WhatsApp, has granted employees $185 million of shares and an additional $180 million of awards that haven’t but been vested. The information comes at a time when Fb is coming beneath political strain in Eire to provide full-time employment rights to a whole lot of content material moderators, lots of whom have to watch excessive content material on the group’s platforms.
Authorities plans ‘hybrid’ work choices for civil servants
The Sunday Enterprise Put up additionally stories that the Authorities is planning to permit some civil servants who’re ordinarily based mostly in Dublin to have the ability to work for a part of the week in regional hubs by the tip of subsequent yr.
Whereas most civil servants are presently working from residence amid Covid-19, the Authorities is engaged on a “hybrid” mannequin for after the pandemic to make sure a larger work-life stability. The hope, in line with the newspaper, is that the deliberate mannequin will succeed the place the decentralisation drive failed.
Beacon Hospital applies to develop Limerick clinic
Beacon Hospital Sandyford, the biggest personal hospital in Dublin which is owned by businessman Denis O’Brien, has utilized for planning permission to develop a day clinic for medical marketing consultant, diagnostics and day surgical procedure procedures in Limerick, in line with the Sunday Impartial.
The hospital, opened in 2006, has satellite tv for pc clinics in Dublin metropolis and the cities of Drogheda, Mullingar and Wexford. It posted an working revenue of €7.2 million final yr.
U+I and Colony see receivers appointed to Dublin workplace blocks
US lender Quadrant Actual Property Advisors has appointed receivers to corporations owned by London-listed developer U+I Group and California-based Colony Capital which might be behind two Dublin workplace buildings, The Sunday Instances stories.
The newspaper stated Kieran Wallace of KPMG has been appointed as receiver over sure property of an organization that developed Donnybrook Home, a distinguished six-story workplace improvement in Dublin 4, which has struggled to seek out tenants for a few of its flooring. Mr Wallace has additionally been appointed as a receiver over sure property in an organization used to develop an workplace block in Sandyford, south Co Dublin, referred to as the Hive, it stated.
Davy snaps up Sarasin’s Irish unit
The Sunday Instances additionally stories that Davy is buying the Irish operation of UK-based asset supervisor Sarasin & Accomplice, marking the Irish brokerage and funding agency’s tenth acquisition since 2012.
Sarasin can’t proceed to function its Irish unit, which is alleged to have “a whole lot of tens of millions” of euro of property beneath administration for Irish shoppers, as a department of the London enterprise after transition Brexit preparations expire on the finish of subsequent month. Sarasin is finally managed by J Safra Sarasin Holding, a Swiss personal financial institution.