Eco-tourism facility, the latest unicorn and threats to the national development plan
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Eco-tourism facility, the latest unicorn and threats to the national development plan

Irish-founded virtual care company LetsGetChecked has closed a $150 million series D funding announcement, bringing its total valuation to more than $1 billion. Ciara O’Brien reports.

The owners of the four-star Hodson Bay resort near Athlone plan to develop a major eco-tourism facility for the midlands on a 145-acre peninsula acquired from members of the Lenihan family, whose political dynasty has included former cabinet ministers Mary O’Rourke and the late Brian Lenihan Jnr. Mark Paul has the details.

Almost three-quarters of Irish project managers say adjusting to new ways of working following the reopening of the economy is their top concern, as more than half feel less connected and more than a third have noticed an increase in their stress levels. Colin Gleeson reports.

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