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Touch down in Jet City

Touch down in Jet City

It might be synonymous with Kurt Cobain and endless rain, but there’s a lot more to Seattle than grunge and grungy weather, writes Michelle Jackson

Age of Alice: A haunting Halloween tale

Age of Alice: A haunting Halloween tale

Enter, if you dare, the horror-filled world of Alice, a creation of eight of Ireland’s most distinctive writers, who were each asked by The Sunday Business Post to write 300 words of a spooky tale and then pass it on... with terrifying results

Whip up some tasty weekend fare

Whip up some tasty weekend fare

This week, Marcin Szczodrowski, head chef at Eala Bhán in Sligo town (ealabhan.ie), has two comforting and classic recipes to suit a weekend gathering

Be the most interesting person in the room

Be the most interesting person in the room

Toronto writer Anne T Donahue is host of the Nobody Cares podcast, a ribald look at music, fashion, feminism and more, and the author of a new collection of essays under the same name. In this essay from the book, she provides conversation starters for your next social setting

Twitter's personal push paying off

Twitter's personal push paying off

Twitter warned in its July earnings report of a continued drop in user numbers as a result of efforts to clean up its service and stricter privacy rules in Europe. The company said those trends would continue

Kilcullen completes Sunday Business Post acquisition

Kilcullen completes Sunday Business Post acquisition

Sunday Business Post chief executive Siobhan Lennon said that the transaction was a milestone event for the paper, bringing certainty about its future ownership and direction

Saudis sign deals as Khashoggi death overshadows forum

Saudis sign deals as Khashoggi death overshadows forum

Saudi Arabia, the world’s biggest oil exporter, is seeking to show that it’s business as usual after dozens of top bankers, chief executives, and foreign dignitaries cancelled plans to attend the summit

The race for the Áras

The race for the Áras

With the vote to determine the next President of Ireland taking place on Friday, we have compiled candidate interviews, polling data and election analysis to keep you up to date with the race for the Áras

Sinn Féiners excel at criticism, but you can’t build houses with that

Sinn Féiners excel at criticism, but you can’t build houses with that

Randolph Churchill once said “the duty of an opposition is to oppose”. Despite his Tory polit...

New this week

New this week

Fleet App wins council deal Peer-to-peer car rental start-up Fleet App has won a contract to prov...

Movers & Shakers

Movers & Shakers

Dermot Browne has been appointed non-executive director and chair of the audit committee at Ulste...

How to spot a disengaged employee

How to spot a disengaged employee

If they remain undetected, workers who have mentally ‘checked out’ can cost an organisation not just financially but also culturally, writes Marina Bleahen

Setting the bar for your board

Setting the bar for your board

Inefficient and ineffective company boards can be seen in organisations throughout every industry...

‘You should be open and honest with your team’

‘You should be open and honest with your team’

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 Niall Dorrian of Linked Finance

Trending online

Trending online

Prada is using social media to climb back to fashion’s pinnacle after initially missing the online boat. The luxury giant is adjusting to a changing industry without losing its edge, write Stephanie Baker and Robert Williams