Rory McIlroy has leveraged his brand and his friends to ensure the success of this week’s Irish Open, writes Brian Keogh
It was just another Goldman Sachs Christmas party in London.
Eircom’s chief executive Richard Moat believes the company is essential to the nation’s infrastructure
Straywave Media, the Dublin-based media production company, is in talks with three of Canada’s biggest broadcasters to sell them its new television format Exiles.
Derek Quinlan and other former Quinlan Private directors have received summonses ahead of a High Court case being taken by an investor in the property fund.
New patient identity numbers are to be given for the first time to children availing of the proposed free GP care for under-sixes.
Gather & Gather, a subsidiary of London Stock Exchange-listed Mitie Group, has written to its catering staff working in Intel Ireland
The company behind Stanley’s, the Dublin chain of newsagents, is insolvent and last week sought the protection of the court in order to restructure.
A state-backed free financial advice service is planning to abolish over 80 of its local boards to save €340,000 per year.
The state plans to increase visitor access to Skellig Michael after after increased international exposure
Pension experts have called for the establishment of a pensions ministry and more clarity on the structure of a proposed universal retirement
Banking Inquiry Week 17
John Hurley, the former governor of the Central Bank, told the banking inquiry that his organisation was too eager to believe in the prospect of a ‘soft landing’
While some deaths are beyond the power of midwives and obstetricians to prevent, the effect of staff shortages and pressure of work cannot be ignored when things go wrong
Maternity services have been under scrutiny in recent weeks, but many questions about this crucial element of healthcare remain unanswered
A report compiled by the liquidator of a recently closed English language school
The Department of Health has appointed consultants to advise it on how to reignite its primary care strategy
European Commission vice-president Jyrki Katainen warns against reversing austerity measures and increasing public spending
An Irish firm owned by global medical devices company Becton Dickinson saw its profits rise from €8.5 million to €17.2 million in 2014, accounts show.
Debt-laden Sligo County Council is seeking state funding to cover the cost of Prince Charles’s historic visit last week.
The Central Bank is looking for experts to assess the privacy risks associated with its planned debt database, writes Emma Kennedy.
Over €25k spent to secure just three senior hires
Property developer Greg Kavanagh has been hit with a court order requiring him to pay Orchard Properties €333,945 after a dispute.
The government has failed to start negotiations aimed at reducing drug prices, despite saying that it wanted a new deal to be agreed by June.
The government wants variable mortgage rates brought down. The banks are determined not to foot the bill. But the end of the impasse may finally be in sight
David McWilliams: The government’s breakthrough in the rate battle is pyrrhic if lenders still get a 4 per cent margin deposit rates
The bidding war for debt attached to the G Hotel and other properties of Galway developer Gerry Barrett has begun.
Employers who cannot afford to comply with new sectoral pay orders will have their names published on the internet.
Cork retail giant Musgrave has suffered losses of €160 million in its foray into the British retail market
Thousands of public sector workers could be due a PRSI refund after they were potentially overcharged, according to a Fianna Fáil report.
The HSE’s compliance unit is set to hire forensic accountancy services to help it clamp down on illegitimate work
The €1.3 billion takeover of Aer Lingus by Willie Walsh’s IAG is set to receive the cabinet’s approval this week.
Billionaire tycoon Denis O’Brien’s Topaz chain has been named as the preferred bidder for a massive state contract
Molex, a multinational electronics maker which is owned by Koch Industries, the US’s second largest private company
Consumer commission warns NAGP against escalating campaign ‘contrary to EU and Irish law’
Dermot Desmond, the billionaire financier, has emerged as the backer of a mysterious new start-up based in Dublin’s financial district.
The state’s competition watchdog is to intensify its probe into the Irish cement industry in the coming weeks
National College of Ireland has issued an open invitation to tech and ICT companies to view its final year project
Bord Iascaigh Mhara has spent over €140,000 on a private communications agency since 2010, writes Colette Sexton.
Petrogas, which owns motorway services stations group Applegreen, is attempting to buy a small company that operates five filling stations
Politicians and Yes campaigners gathered at Dublin Castle to celebrate a resounding victory in the same-sex marriage referendum
A referendum Yes campaign funded by €25 million from the US and complex arguments reduced to marketing slogans says little for the integrity and dignity of our democracy
The first seeds of the referendum on same-sex marriage were sown a decade ago and brought to fruition through a long and carefully executed campaign.
“I couldn’t help myself crying, it feels so great,” said Elin, outside Panti Bar on Dublin’s Capel Street.
Michael McDowell: The Catholic Church must now leave behind its traditional obsession with sexual matters
Former Fianna Fáil TD Bobby Aylward is poised to take the seat vacated by European Commissioner Phil Hogan in Carlow-Kilkenny.
Government ministers have blamed the defeat of the presidential age referendum on the huge public focus on the marriage referendum.
Sinn Féin strategists have eyes on both sides of the border in a welfare confrontation with the DUP that could collapse the Assembly, writes Jim Fitzpatrick
The government is set to sign off on a new share bailout deal worth up to €100 million for ESB workers.
Pat Leahy We think of elections and referendums as changing things. In fact, they are often only the evidence of changes that have already taken place
From stacking shelves at Tesco to video analyst for Aston Villa, Irishman Seamus Brady has had an unusual journey to the Premier League
Time to say goodbye
Ciarán Medlar, partner, head of tax, and head of BDO Sports & Entertainment
The video analysis business in sport is booming as developments in analytics and communications technology change the way teams assess performances.
Gillian Horan, managing director, The Pudding Brand Agency
The marketing director of Bulmers explains why the cider maker is doubling its marketing budget at the onset of summer. Colette Sexton reports
PhoneWatch launches ad campaign
The business of account planning is broken and outdated. So says Kay McCarthy, managing director of planning agency MCCP
Commercial production companies feel Dublin City Council is frustrating the industry with high fees and long waiting lists
It was the children’s television equivalent of: “Guitar groups are on the way out, Mr Epstein.”
In an article published on May 17, 2015, we stated that the matter of the sale of The Globe bar was under investigation.
The Business Journalists Association of Ireland raised €48,000 for the Dublin Simon Community at their annual Corporate Challenge quiz last Thursday.
Nominations are now open for Irish companies to apply for a place in the Start Tel Aviv bootcamp.