Post Reporter

Post Reporter

‘Don’t be afraid to own your space at the table’

‘Don’t be afraid to own your space at the table’

Making your message as relatable and transparent as possible is key to being a good communicator, says Klair Neenan of SSE Airtricity in our weekly profile of one of Ireland’s corporate leaders

Culture Counter

Culture Counter

Going Up Anna Torv our love for the Australian actress began with investigative journalism drama ...

Back to school for adults

Back to school for adults

Sarah Taaffe-Maguire has found 16 of the swishest and handiest home office accessories

Tastes of Tel Aviv

Tastes of Tel Aviv

This week, take a culinary journey of the city of Tel Aviv with four recipes from a new book of the same name (Murdoch Books) with recipes from Haya Molcho and Elihay Biran

Apple banking on blitz of new products to boost revenue

Apple banking on blitz of new products to boost revenue

The technology giant is planning to announce three new iPhones at an event next month, with the handsets likely to go on sale in September

Competition for talent between Irish and foreign multinationals at an all-time high

Competition for talent between Irish and foreign multinationals at an all-time high

Irish companies need to do more to attract top talent in business, economics, engineering and IT. Just one Irish company features in the top ten most attractive student employers in these sectors

Italian government 'terminates here', says PM

Italian government 'terminates here', says PM

In a speech to the Senate, Giuseppe Conte lashed out at League leader Matteo Salvini, saying it is not in Italy’s interests to hold elections every year

Germany preparing to soften spending stance?

Germany preparing to soften spending stance?

On Sunday, finance minister Olaf Scholz suggested the government would aim to muster €50 billion of extra spending in case of an economic crisis

Movers & Shakers

Movers & Shakers

KBC Business Banking has appointed a new business partner. Niall Murray is joining from Vsource.i...

‘If you cannot make a friend, don’t make an enemy’

‘If you cannot make a friend, don’t make an enemy’

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 Kirby Tarrant of Clark Hill Solicitors

The week in business

The week in business

“Boris blues” were blamed for Irish consumer sentiment hitting a five-year low. The KBC Bank ...

Progress will be slow if we can’t define it

Progress will be slow if we can’t define it

Academic research on economics is useful, but has so far failed to answer crucial questions about what kind of society we want. Patrick Collison is right – a new approach is needed, writes Diane Coyle

Bavarians go electric

Bavarians go electric

BMW has been slow to start, but it has a number of all-electric vehicles on the way. In the meantime, its 330e plug-in hybrid is worth getting charged up about

A funny and frightening journey into the future

A funny and frightening journey into the future

Joanna Kavenna's Zed is set in a recognisable London which is far from wildly futuristic – we’re not talking Bladerunner – but one where digital technology has extended its capabilities, especially as regards artificial intelligence

Bistro dishes to dine for

Bistro dishes to dine for

This week, try two recipes from Nicholas Courtney, head chef at Morilles Bistro (morillesbistro.ie) in Rathfarnham in Dublin