Adrian McGennis

Adrian McGennis

How you can change the world through giving

How you can change the world through giving

We think of ourselves as ‘a very charitable nation’ - but the tech revolution presents an opportunity for us to become international leaders in philanthropy as well. You don’t have to be a Carnegie or a Zuckerberg to make a difference on a grand scale, writes Faye Walsh Drouillard

Commercial Property briefs

Commercial Property briefs

ESB appoints contractor for head office site Following an almost two-year tendering process, the ...

The fourth industrial revolution is under way

The fourth industrial revolution is under way

The emerging trends shaping today’s human capital agenda are arising from rapidly evolving busi...

Some taxing questions remain for Airbnb hosts

Some taxing questions remain for Airbnb hosts

Airbnb is the tax problem that has yet to be solved. Hosts, encouraged by the company’s lobbyin...

Back to building

Back to building

Ireland’s economy is performing well, in spite of international uncertainty – matched by a revival in the commercial property sector

New this week

New this week

OCE is set to target the European space market, while HBAN angels invested €13.6m in 50 Irish start-ups last year

Debt Special: Keeping the family home out of danger

Debt Special: Keeping the family home out of danger

There are solutions out there for under-pressure debtors

Knowing when to wind up a business

Knowing when to wind up a business

Last month, a liquidator was appointed to Opsh, the online fashion marketplace founded by Jennie McGinn and her sisters. Here, she outlines some of the reasons why they decided to fold

EU committed to growing our marine industry

EU committed to growing our marine industry

Seas and oceans are important drivers for the European economy. They have great potential for inn...

Ireland’s Banned Books

Ireland’s Banned Books

Borstal Boy By Brendan Behan The politically provocative autobiography was banned in 1958 for un...

The pitfalls of installing CCTV in the office

The pitfalls of installing CCTV in the office

Legislation clearly outlines the responsibilities of organisations and the rights of workers when they are under camera surveillance

Previews this week

Previews this week

TV Preview this week Sunday, February 5 Wild Japan, 7.30pm, RTÉ 2 The wildlife documentary seri...

Commercial property briefs; Office space to let on Kildare Street in D2

Commercial property briefs; Office space to let on Kildare Street in D2

Detached modern warehouse to let

A gentle evolution at Lexus

A gentle evolution at Lexus

The Lexus IS 300h has always been a left-field choice, but can styling and dynamic upgrades lift it above its rivals?

The old chestnut of retirement age

The old chestnut of retirement age

Changes to the state pension rules opened the floodgates, and the norm of retiring at 65 is starting to disappear