Irish companies should explore the many ways to raise capital and grow, rather than aiming to be bought out
The cream of Ireland’s creative marketing campaigns were celebrated at the annual An Post Smart...
Sarita Johnston has been appointed business development manager for corporate services at Sodexo ...
In an ever-connected world, ‘always on’ can have a major impact on work-life balance, especially at C-suite level
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 Naoise Cosgrove of Crowe
Marc Benioff’s acquisitions have kept Salesforce, the software giant he founded, growing at an incredible rate. But he has also made some bad errors, writes Nico Grant
A vision for change but not enough action: Seven of the country’s leading psychiatrists reflect on Ireland's 2006 policy framework for mental health services
It has been 13 years since A Vision for Change, a policy framework for mental health services, was first published. But, as seven of the country’s leading psychiatrists write here, a lack of funding and resources means it has failed clinicians, patients and their families
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Going Up MacKenzie Bezos the former wife of Jeff Bezos, the Amazon billionaire, has pledged to gi...
While the political mainstream shows no sign of embracing anti-immigrant populism, currently, Ireland’s largest immigrant community has no elected representatives. Bryan Fanning, Professor of Migration and Social Policy at UCD, reflects on the recent election results and asks what more needs to be done to create a truly democratic Ireland
Fiction: Shadowplay, By Joseph O’Connor , Harvill Secker, €17.50 To be dramatically worthwhil...
The inclusive Union Cup for LGBTI+ rugby enthusiasts at DCU this coming week is a fitting tribute to Ann Louise Gilligan’s memory, writes Dr Katherine Zappone, Minister for Children and Youth Affairs
Formed from the ashes of Little Green Cars, four-piece Soda Blonde have had a whirlwind start to their new incarnation, writes Michael Lanigan
Swedes have one of the highest levels of share ownership in the EU, thanks in part to an innovative savings account initiative. Gerry Jones reports
The story of how construction software company Zutec was aided in its initial public offering by Mazars Ireland offers some pointers to any firms thinking of going down the IPO path, writes Lorraine Courtney