Despite some encouraging news about property prices, the fact remains that the economy is still struggling as evidenced by the reported 1.6 per cent fall in retail sales in June.
New measures such as the personal insolvency legislation have made things a little bit easier for everyone, writes Dave Boland.
Tomorrow will see the start of applications to the Insolvency Service of Ireland. Will there be a rush, and how will the banks take it? Dave Boland reports.
Be open, be honest, and be prepared to take some pain, writes Dave Boland.
Changes in the law are set to have a significant impact on the credit management landscape.
"Why would a company go to all the trouble and expense of investing in technology and training when outsourcing is a viable option?" asked Brendan Keogh.
A mosaic is made up of tiny elements which come together to provide the viewer with an experience that is more than the sum of its individual parts.
Quality versus quantity is an eternal debate, but it is important for the consumers of research to be able to strike a balance between increasing efficiencies and improving effectiveness.
An innovative e-book distributor, headquartered in Cork will open an office in the US this year on foot of recent international deal wins.
An award-winning start-up specialising in online security technology is planning to double staff numbers by the end of the year, creating 15 new jobs for Cork.
Cork has been catapulted to the top of the research ladder with the news this month that the Alimentary Pharmabiotic Centre (APC) is to receive funding of €50 million.
The second annual Danske Bank Irish Law Awards showcased the best in the business, writes Dave Boland.
One of the most popular awards at the Second Annual Irish Law Awards was the Special Merit Award (sponsored by Danske Bank), which was presented to Dr Geoffrey Shannon.
This year, the Bar Council's Human Rights Award went to Irish Rule of Law International (IRLI).