Adrian McGennis

Adrian McGennis

Residential rental stock is at an all-time low

Residential rental stock is at an all-time low

There is reason to be hopeful, but recent changes may not address the supply issue

Commercial market makes light of Brexit to thrive

Commercial market makes light of Brexit to thrive

The British referendum result in late June did not stop Irish commercial property having a year to remember

The capital city is finally knitting together

The capital city is finally knitting together

In under the years, the view of Dublin and its property market has noticeably changed

Allsop’s online auction process takes off

Allsop’s online auction process takes off

More than €76 million has been spent using its online technology

Facebook’s gender and racial balancing act

Facebook’s gender and racial balancing act

Catherine Healy meets Maxine Williams, the woman entrusted with bringing a balance to one of the biggest tech companies on the planet

A cut above: Olympians' support of Movember

A cut above: Olympians' support of Movember

Irish Athlete of the Year Thomas Barr is among those gaining attention for another good reason

Evolving consumer protection in a digital world

Evolving consumer protection in a digital world

Shopping has changed fundamentally in the last 15 years, and buyers should be aware of the protections offered by European rules

A curb on oil production may be hard for Opec to police

A curb on oil production may be hard for Opec to police

Previous deals on reducing oil production have a poor record of success

New this week

New this week

Maryland Healthcare, pet food factory has opened in Mayo, and probiotic drink company in Cork

Getting cloud right in a confusing and expanding IT landscape

Getting cloud right in a confusing and expanding IT landscape

As cloud technologies mature, customer comfort with moving data has increase, but there is still a need to ask questions of any service providers, says Digital Planet’s Joe Brady

Connecting the four corners of the globe

Connecting the four corners of the globe

BT’s ‘cloud of clouds’ has been recognised by Gartner as a leader among hyperscale cloud providers; BT Ireland’s Barry McMahon explains why

SSE Airtricity awarded for ‘outstanding performance’

SSE Airtricity awarded for ‘outstanding performance’

Leading energy provider SSE Airtricity took home the trophy for Customer Contact Centre of the Ye...

Irish Customer Contact and Shared Services Awards celebrate 21 years

Irish Customer Contact and Shared Services Awards celebrate 21 years

This year marked the 21st anniversary of the Irish Customer Contact and Shared Services Awards, h...

International reach and experience key to Mazars’ success

International reach and experience key to Mazars’ success

Irish businesses can expect private equity investment to stay active in 2017, predicts John Bowe, managing director of Mazars Corporate Finance

Making a fetish of overwork bodes ill for productivity

Making a fetish of overwork bodes ill for productivity

Extra hours are spent reversing poor decisions and smoothing ruffled feathers