Exposé targeted state asset sell-off policy
Avalution Consulting has appointed Elaine Tomlin as managing consultant, heading up its Dublin-b...
Failing to follow these codes is not an offence in itself, but it will cost a firm dearly in the end
Each week, we profile one of Ireland’s corporate leaders, tracing their career to date and exploring the lessons they have learned along the way. This week, we meet Oonagh O’Hagan of Meagher’s Pharmacy
The bank branch comprises a prominent Georgian terrace building which is internally linked with the adjoining corner unit
Our round-up of the best homes currently on offer
The former cigar factory, in operation since 1978, closed in May and moved its operations to the Far East
The resort has 131 luxury guest bedrooms and 28 three-bedroom self-catering units
Fed up with doing things the old-fashioned way, the team at 4site was able to halve the amount of time it took to collect survey data
Eileen Gray’s dearest wish was to see her work come to Ireland. This week, two of her studies f...
n Until December 22: Copper House Gallery, Synge Street, Dublin 8, 01-4784088 No Fixed Abode: exh...
“The most exciting moment of my 21-year career.” That’s how Julien Wilson, Christie’s Sen...
In an interview for the new book Ireland Inc, former Unilever chief executive Niall FitzGerald talks about why he left Ireland to further his career, and the lessons he learned from being an Irish outsider in British and American boardrooms
Family businesses are central to Ireland’s and Europe’s economic future, writes Ryan McCarthy
In the mid-1990s, two new light rail routes were supposed to reduce Dublin’s car chaos. But, argued Nick Mulcahy, most of the proposed accompanying measures would never see daylight, and so chaos would remain