The failure to agree on a deal with Commerzbank now forces Deutsche Bank, once Europe’s dominant financial institution, to come up with its fifth turnaround plan since 2015
Chief executive Jack Dorsey has been escalating efforts to rid the site of toxic content amid heightened concerns that social media companies have failed to curb the exploitation of personal data, election meddling and hateful posts
TaxAssist takes on thirty new staff Irish-owned company TaxAssist Accountants will expand to two ...
Those responsible for the murder of Lyra McKee are corrupted by a romanticised version of militant republicanism
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A new partner has been appointed at LK Shields. David Naughton joins from William Fry where he wa...
Fixed-term contracts cannot be used by employers as a means to avoid the Unfair Dismissals Acts
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 Phil Codd of Expleo Ireland
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Whistleblowers are often lauded, yet regularly pilloried. In her book, Whistleblowing, Irish academic Kate Kenny spoke to whistleblowers across the world in an attempt to understand the fallout that accompanies the act of speaking out
Going Up Sally Rooney having already become the toast of the hip-lit gang in Ireland, Rooney’s ...
Gor all the insensitivity on its cover, My Brother’s Name is Jessica comes from the right place. It’s a sincere and very readable attempt to educate young people about the trans experience and to foster acceptance
This week, bring some sunshine into your kitchen with these recipes from Megan Nolan, head chef at Il Vicolo in Galway city