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Three decades ago, Angela Heath crewed on a boat that smashed ocean racing’s glass ceiling. Today, she is part of a growing movement intent on bringing women to the helm of competitive sailing, writes Cliona Foley
The ECB’s announcement of a new stimulus package is a remarkable turn of events, just nine months after it signalled it was finished with ever-looser policy
As well as keeping her role as EU competition chief, Margrethe Vestager will be EU Commission president-elect Ursula von der Leyen's executive vice president in charge of digital affairs
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Now in its 12th year in Ireland, the high-profile awards programme run by Deloitte recognises the value and achievements of successful indigenous businesses in the North and South
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In the remote highlands of Guatemala, one of Latin America’s poorest countries, midwives work tirelessly to help indigenous women for whom the pregnancy mortality rate is more than double the national average