Percentage of female partners in Irish law firms rises

Legal Rosanna Cooney 18 hours ago

First legal actions taken by Mother and Baby homes survivors against state filed with High Court

In court filings seen by the Business Post, the plaintiffs are claiming damages for personal injuries, false imprisonment, intentional infliction of emotional suffering — and that the state breached their constitutional right to privacy

Legal Rosanna Cooney 19 hours ago

Vaccine effect begins to show as hospitalisation among the elderly plummets

The number of people over 65 requiring hospital treatment for Covid-19 has fallen by 89 per cent since January 15

Coronavirus Rachel Lavin 22 hours ago

Michael Brennan: Difficulties facing women in politics persist through the generations

Home Michael Brennan 18 hours ago

Smart tips for success in business, on #HowIDidIt

Davy: a corporate titan brought to its knees

Companies Ian Guider 2 days ago

Eirgrid will rely on fossil fuels to maintain stable power supply

Energy Daniel Murray 2 days ago

Nama legal bill runs to over €50m

Legal Róisín Burke 2 days ago

Building heavyweights call for early reopening of sector

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800k private pensioners face 42% hike in supervision fees under government proposal

Private pensions regulator has applied for its annual fee income to rise from €7m to €10m next year

Private experts to weigh in on state mega projects

Home Aiden Corkery 2 days ago

‘Two fingers to the EU’ as UK goes it alone on Brexit

Brexit Aiden Corkery 2 days ago

Housing Agency head believes affordable housing scheme is more sustainable in long run

Harris to push public sector to take on more apprentices

Home Michael Brennan 2 days ago

Elaine Byrne: Horseracing’s rules on ‘integrity’ seem to apply only to the small folk

Gordon Elliott behaved crassly, but the infinitely more sinister behaviour of Sheikh Mohammed is being overlooked by the racing authorities

Sport Elaine Byrne 2 days ago

Vincent Boland: Anyone for a third force in Irish banking? No thanks

James McDermott: The grounds for our world sporting bids would not inspire confidence

Sport James McDermott 2 days ago

Colin Murphy: We speak the language of inclusion about Travellers, but inaction speaks louder

Tony O’Brien: Our leaky government needs to get its story straight

Challenge now is to reverse the decline of women in tech

The pandemic hasn‘t helped, but the expected recovery process could be seen as an opportunity to encourage cultural change and draw more women into Stem-related careers

Hopin valued at $5.6bn after securing $400m investment

News Aaron Rogan 2 days ago

Tech View: The cookie finally crumbles as Google calls a halt

Nokia looks to make a connection with the words of George the Poet

Media Elaine O'Regan 2 days ago

How to manage: Feng shui and Netflix subscriptions are part of a new creative approach to employee rewards

Megan Nolan interview: A relationship with writing

The intensely confessional writer has drawn high praise for her debut novel, Acts of Desperation, which deals with the ‘emotional minutiae’ of relationships

Books Tadhg Hoey 3 days ago

#HowIDidIt: a new Women in Leadership podcast from the Business Post

Roisin Kiberd: ‘It might not be love that keeps us typing. It might be mutual boredom, or loneliness’

Books Roisin Kiberd 3 days ago

Nadine O’Regan: Fresh female voices seize their moment

How Craft Cocktails is raising the bar

Ivan Gaine: Shared equity proposal can alleviate housing mess

There’s no silver bullet to the current crisis, but the shared equity initiative would make a meaningful difference to aspiring first-time buyers

The women building change in construction

Splendid detached Wexford residence comes to market in pristine condition

Fine Arts: Goat at the head of the pack in Eyrefield Lodge sale

Why interior design is a good business investment

Design Roisin Lafferty 2 days ago

The high-rise of the Ronan empire

Johnny Ronan has a multi-storey vision for the future of Dublin’s docklands – even if not everyone is happy about it. Here, in an exclusive interview, he expounds on his plans to transform the capital city’s centre

Planning Killian Woods 2 days ago

The Sunday Interview: Paul Heery, chief executive of The K Club

The Profile: Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss

Profile Rosanna Cooney 2 days ago

Making It Work: Hospitality venture prepares new hires for hotel industry post-lockdown

SMEs Elaine O'Regan 2 days ago

Making It Work: Bounce aims for a bigger prize with small rewards

SMEs Elaine O'Regan 2 days ago