McCausland's is easily one of the most recognised names in family businesses in Northern Ireland. Success and growth has always been on its trajectory but as it celebrates its centenary this year the emergency brakes have been pressed until Covid-19 passes.
A delay in deciding who has powers to assist hauliers, taxi firms and bus operators has been a "source of great frustration" amid a "matter of survival" for many in the sector, the Infrastructure Minister has said.
Nobody has clue when this will be over or when hospitality will reopen, and if they tell you differently, they're lying," are the sobering words from one of Northern Ireland's most respected chefs and business owners, Niall McKenna.
Since the start of lockdown, we've all experienced long queues for groceries. And you'd be forgiven for thinking that it's been a universally rosy period for a retailer and wholesaler like Musgrave NI.
Angela McGowan, director of CBI NI, should be celebrating her 50th birthday and her 25th wedding anniversary in the coming weeks but instead she will be fighting for the survival of Northern Ireland businesses bearing the brunt of the coronavirus.
Janice Gault has seen the hotel industry here flourish over the past two decades in her role at the Northern Ireland Hotel Federation (NIHF). She says she doesn't expect recent "curveballs" like the coronavirus and Brexit to stop that growth.
David Anderson, director of technology at Liberty IT in Belfast, recalls one of his earliest engagements with technology one Christmas Day in the 1980s when he received a ZX Spectrum home computer.
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