Aircoach has appointed a new finance manager. Margaret Mughal is joining the private bus and coac...
If one of your 2019 resolutions is to make professional progress, there are a number of steps you can take to stay on track
The European Pensions Directive IORP II is due to become law in Ireland on or before January 13. ...
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 Nikki Evans, chief executive of PerfectCard DAC
Kia’s big claims for its all-electric Niro stand up to scrutiny, with a useable range of 420km, writes Liam Shard
Deal would be largest pharmaceutical merger on record
What to wear next? Fashion is set to freshen up in crisp whites, soft pinks and beige, with touch...
Waiting for a major, life-changing moment to arrive? Chances are, it may never happen. Rather, say authors Aisling Leonard-Curtain and Dr Trish Leonard-Curtain, tiny changes can add up to a powerful shift in your everyday, and their timely book The Power of Small offers practical routes to achieving that incremental change. Here, they discuss five internal characters you may recognise, and how best to quell the criticism that can come from within
Planning to get away this year? Here’s our guide to the must-visit destinations for 2019 along with tips on where to stay and when to go
This week’s recipes come from Anthony Printer of Cronin’s Sheebeen in Westport, Co Mayo (croninssheebeen.com), which was named best gastropub in Connacht at last year’s Irish Restaurant Awards. On February 6, Anthony will host the first in a series of cookery demos, just in time for Valentine’s Day
Going Up Pepto Bismol pink the saccharine shade is coming to a wardrobe near you this summer. Loo...
In 2018, in the year’s first European sovereign deal, the National Treasury Management Agency raised €4 billion through the syndicated sale of 10-year debt on January 3
Robinson's comments about her meeting with Latifa very much mirrored the official statement issued by the ruler’s court earlier this month
Clinicians have a right to decide if they are prepared to provide services relating to abortion, but they should not actively place barriers in the way of women seeking treatment
Foreign investment has boosted our economy, but there is a risk that indigenous industry will suffer as a result