St John Walshe has been appointed to the position of chief executive at BBDO the Americas. Walshe...
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 Ciara Lucy, managing director of Spearline
A new survey has reinforced the point that women are consistently paid less money in the workplace
Google staff made headlines around the world earlier this month when they walked out en masse in ...
King Salman has set out on his first national tour since assuming the throne amid a global outcry over the murder of Jamal Khashoggi, writes Vivian Nereim
Why Ireland is lagging behind the rest of Europe when it comes to gender equality on boards
The property is tipped to be one of Dublin’s most prestigious office locations, set on existing parklands with a tree-lined perimeter within which will sit two buildings in a sunken garden plaza
A recent survey highlights the fact that for first-time buyers, getting hold of a suitable home is even more of a challenge than scraping together a deposit
The interiors and architecture sector feels economic shifts acutely. An industry that came to an abrupt halt post-2007, it has been clawing its way back through its core function: creativity
Our round-up of the best homes currently on offer
This week, Graeme Dodrill, head chef at Peploe’s on St Stephen’s Green in Dublin (peploes.com), has three recipes designed for a cosy winter dinner party
A new deluxe hardback by landscape photographer Norman McCloskey captures the rugged beauty of the west Cork peninsula in all its distinctive glory
Going Up The Great Gatsby the Gate Theatre’s production of the classic F Scott Fitzgerald drama...
Executive editor Tom Lyons was named business journalist of the year, while health editor Susan Mitchell took the prize in the news analysis category
Food business operators need to be aware of their responsibilities in respect of adequate labelling and ensure that their procedures and processes comply with the legal requirement, writes Karyn Harty