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An automated, seamless payroll software system will improve efficiency, and save your firm time and money, writes Nuala Macklin.
As drivers await an all-new Mercedes-Benz CClass in autumn 2007, the current car has been given an upgrade to keep it competitive until the new C-Class hits the forecourts.
With mixed signals on economic growth and a revaluation of the yuan on the horizon, Eugene Kiernan offers advice on how to win in the Chinese market.
More than 1,000 projects have been submitted for next year's Esat BT Young Scientist and Technology exhibition, which will take place from January 13 to 15.
The publisher of Car Buyers Guide and In Dublin magazine has signed a lease on the penthouse floor of Arena House on Arena Road in Sandyford, south Dublin.
Joe Mulholland was a heavy hitter in Irish television for a long time and has left an important mark.
Belfast IT company BNE Electronics has completed a new electronic parking fine system for Swiss Rail.
Despite their reputations as unknown quantities, the Baltic states of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania boast the three fastest-growing economies in Europe, adding to their unique appeal, writes Niamh Hennessy.
Morty McCarthy's book, Dowtcha Boy!, aims to help Dublin folk who have a problem understanding Cork lingo.
Companies no longer make ERP choices simply on scale, but have to ask other practical questions, writes Ciaran Buckley.
The proposal to share criminal records across the European Union could put additional pressure on e-government services, especially with the entry of the new member states, writes Paul T Colgan.
A prominent Limerick lawyer who contracted the MRSA superbug five years ago plans to sue the Minister for Health for negligence, writes Ian Kehoe.
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