The bank has set a deadline of Wednesday afternoon for employees to signal an interest in the voluntary severance scheme.
The UK is considering a second national lockdown as new cases rise by at least 6,000 per day while Denmark, Greece and Spain have introduced new restrictions on activity.
The Sunday Business Post reported that Facebook is challenging a decision by the Data Protection Commission regarding the transfer of EU users' data to the US
High Court allows use of court-appointed inspectors investigation into an alleged data leak at Independent News and Media (INM) for separate proceedings over the alleged leak
Group's directors are former RTE's Dragon Den presenter Ramona Nicholas and her husband Canice Nicholas
The Office for National Statistics said another 36,000 jobs fell off UK payrolls in August.
Late last month the Data Protection Commissioner informed Facebook Ireland that personal data should not be transferred to the US parent
The UK is expected to bounce back sharply in the third quarter after the eye-watering 20.4 per cent contraction seen
Last year, a record 21 restaurants on the island of Ireland secured or retained the prestigious Michelin status
Central banks around the world are considering the creation of digital currencies to compete with the likes of Bitcoin and other crypto currencies