Limerick-based company had a portfolio of oil assets in Morocco, Tunisia, Oman and Egypt
Company must take a long hard look at itself and ask: is there a better way to organise itself?
In 1972, a group of canny farmers backed the establishment of Kerry Co-op. But, some believe a division is now developing between farmers with Kerry shares and those without
US multinational fashion retailer did not show up at recent Labour Court hearing in escalating dispute with Mandate workers at Arklow outlet
New subsidiary is seeking a chief executive to set up and run new Irish head office
The success of both is underpinned by consistent excellence, writes Fearghal O'Connor
The crisis since the Rio Olympics last August has cost the OCI up to €1 million.
Falcon Oil & Gas has seen its share price rocket after the discovery of shale gas in Australia. But local authorities are blocking its recovery
New Olympic Council of Ireland (OCI) president Sarah Keane reflects on her plan to bring the organisation out of the darkness
Industrial disputes generally pass through a number of distinct and predictable phases
Zoho Corporation opened its new Dublin facility two weeks ago to host data for its ManageEngine subsidiary
The supermarket dispute is a microcosm of the wider tension between a decent living wage and intense commercial pressures