Though the focus has been on avoiding border checkpoints, the question of allowing Northern Irish citizens keep the perks of EU citizenship is proving 'tricky', Taoiseach Leo Varadkar said last week
The British prime minister's hardest task will be to force the deal through the House of Commons, where the arithmetic is looking increasingly challenging
Closing date - Friday 30th November 2018
The HSE was set up to remove political interference from the health service. It hasn’t worked, either at local or ministerial level
A ‘someone has to go’ sacking is not the same as holding people and structures to account
ADI partners with Tyndall Semiconductor company Analog Devices (ADI) has signed a multi-million e...
Gavin Blake is joining ByrneWallace as partner and head of energy and natural resources. Blake ha...
Share ownership schemes which give staff a stake in the business can help keep them motivated and loyal
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 Chris McDonald, vice-president of EMEA sales at job site Indeed
American real estate mogul Thomas ‘Tom’ J Barrack jr has emerged as one of the biggest players in Dublin property. His company Colony Capital has invested – or is planning to invest – €3 billion in the capital in various joint ventures with Johnny Ronan
Until an all-new BMW X6 arrives on the scene (I’d bank on that happening before the end of 2019...
Blackwell Contracts started using WhatsApp for instant messaging about four years ago. Now it uses WhatsApp’s group feature to share photos and videos among staff, supervisors, customers and even architects or insurance companies
Limerick-based Q3 Security Systems has provided turnkey systems like CCTV, intruder alarms, access controls and perimeter protection to high-end commercial and industrial clients since 2012
Daire McNamara, director of Emdalo Technologies, estimates that 75 per cent of all company calls now use video chat
Nicola Mortimer, head of business products marketing and operations at Three Ireland, looks at the changing face of work - and wonders whether we’re in the last days of ‘offices’ and ‘working weeks’