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Book review: Journey to the Edge by Enda O’Coineen

Book review: Journey to the Edge by Enda O’Coineen

A high-octane voyage through a life less ordinary

The problem with recycling

The problem with recycling

Are you being commendably virtuous by rinsing out all those milk cartons, or is separating waste for recycling a big fat waste of time?

A Cornucopia of vegan recipes

A Cornucopia of vegan recipes

This week, try four vegan recipes from Cornucopia: The Green Cookbook (Gill Books, €24.99), the new book from Tony Keogh and the chefs at the long-established Dublin wholefood restaurant

PMI awards ceremony shortlist announced

PMI awards ceremony shortlist announced

The Ireland Chapter of Project Management Institute (PMI) has revealed its shortlist of contender...

A curious mix at ConverCon

A curious mix at ConverCon

Now in its third year, ConverCon, the conversational interface conference, hosted a sold-out crowd at Dublin’s Light House Cinema on October 17

OSSM secures €200,000  Scope Ophthalmics deal

OSSM secures €200,000 Scope Ophthalmics deal

Dublin-based software business OSSM Cloud Solutions has secured a €200,000 deal to provide a NetSuite ERM solution to eyecare business Scope Ophthalmics

Software industry awards shortlist revealed

Software industry awards shortlist revealed

It’s definitely awards season as 29 entries have been shortlisted for the Technology Ireland Software Industry Awards 2019

Employers in the construction industry are subject to a wide range of obligations.

Employers in the construction industry are subject to a wide range of obligations.

'Employers need to be aware of the additional obligations they have when processing special category data and have appropriate procedures in place' says Deirdre Kilroy, Partner in the Technology and Innovation team at Matheson.

If you’re not constantly innovating then you’re on the road to irrelevance

If you’re not constantly innovating then you’re on the road to irrelevance

There’s no doubt that this country can be the Silicon Valley of Europe, said Jonathan Hyland, CTO of Workhuman, in fact, you could argue that we already have that badge unofficially.

If we want to attract investment, we have to fix our water system

If we want to attract investment, we have to fix our water system

Businesses that use significant amounts of water, particularly in the food and beverage and technology sectors, have put supply issues centre stage in their talks with agencies such as the IDA

Don’t be afraid to show some humanities in your job search

Don’t be afraid to show some humanities in your job search

Arts graduates have a lot to offer in the workplace even if others pick courses based on hiring prospects

Ireland paying a big price for US-EU trade war

Ireland paying a big price for US-EU trade war

What can be done to avoid the prospect of job losses in Irish food companies?

State can’t go with broadband plan in its current form

State can’t go with broadband plan in its current form

Sixty-four per cent of people in our Red C poll this week believe that the government should sign off on the €1 billion contract to deliver the National Broadband Plan

€1m funding gives VitHit an energy boost for new markets

€1m funding gives VitHit an energy boost for new markets

Irish drinks company VitHit is to ramp up its international expansion into new markets after securing additional funding

Quotes of the week

Quotes of the week

“Freddy Krueger in the room.” Kelly Bachman, an American comedian, heckled disgraced Hollywoo...