Feargal Quinn

Feargal Quinn

Quinn on the brand

Quinn on the brand

Michael O'Leary is nothing if not a savvy businessman, and so it is all the more surprising that he has blotted his copybook in recent weeks by failing to plan ahead

Fish can make Ireland a food island

Fish can make Ireland a food island

Not only is seafood not a dominant feature on Irish restaurant menus, wherever it is available, it tends to be overpriced

Time for the state to kiss and make up with judiciary

Time for the state to kiss and make up with judiciary

The relationship has been soured by a series of scuffles, all fought in public. Both would benefit from a change of approach

The success story of gender quotas

The success story of gender quotas

Better gender balance has been shown to have a positive impact on a business’s bottom line

Why Varadkar should resolve the A&E crisis

Why Varadkar should resolve the A&E crisis

If he can achieve a cure for the sick situation in the country’s emergency departments, the Taoiseach will have left a lasting legacy

Feargal Quinn: Dublin-centric Ireland needs a new outlook

Feargal Quinn: Dublin-centric Ireland needs a new outlook

The government has suggested regional development is a priority. Let’s hope it goes further than its predecessor's lip service when it came to balanced development outside the capital

Feargal Quinn: Why there’s still hope for An Post rescue

Feargal Quinn: Why there’s still hope for An Post rescue

The postal authority’s latest moves to stem the decline should be welcomed

Feargal Quinn: Sanders’ socialism is not grounded in reality

Feargal Quinn: Sanders’ socialism is not grounded in reality

The Trotskyite-left prefer the safety and comfort of the opposition benches

National Gallery's art belongs to all of us

National Gallery's art belongs to all of us

The wonderful National Gallery has had an overhaul, but more funding is needed if we are to protect our treasures

Feargal Quinn: Can Varadkar strike while the iron is hot?

Feargal Quinn: Can Varadkar strike while the iron is hot?

Throughout Europe, workers in essential services are limited in the strike measures they can take. It remains to be seen if Varadkar has the courage to follow through on his proposals for their Irish equivalents

Can a new taoiseach deliver real change?

Can a new taoiseach deliver real change?

The next Fine Gael leader has a chance to deliver major political reform; they should start with the Seanad

Feargal Quinn: ‘Hats off to the Minister for Jobs for calling out the Central Bank’s repulsive stance’

Feargal Quinn: ‘Hats off to the Minister for Jobs for calling out the Central Bank’s repulsive stance’

While it is too late now, the Central Bank must be forced to rethink its failed strategy