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Going Up Phoebe Waller-Bridge the comedian and writer can do no wrong. Fresh from the success of ...

Twin peaks: The politics of the Proclaimers

Twin peaks: The politics of the Proclaimers

More than three decades since the Proclaimers first broke into the public consciousness with Letter From America, a political fire still burns within them

Chef's table: Matthews’ home comforts

Chef's table: Matthews’ home comforts

This week, featuring recipes, music, poems and cocktails from every corner of the globe, Cerys Matthews’ new cookbook is delightfully rock ‘n’ roll. Here, the Catatonia frontwoman shares three recipes - from Scotland, Ireland and Jamaica - for you to try at home

Westcoast Ireland transformation: staying ahead of the curve

Westcoast Ireland transformation: staying ahead of the curve

Dave Dunne, general manager at Westcoast Ireland, reflects on celebrating 30 years of business in...

Building an ecosystem of partnership for a best in class security offering

Building an ecosystem of partnership for a best in class security offering

Vodafone Ireland has recently signed a new partnership with Palo Alto Networks to become the only Palo Alto Networks Managed Security Service Providers (MSSP) in Ireland – significantly enhancing their cyber security proposition for customers. Vodafone Ireland Security Solutions product manager Niall Tuohy discusses the latest trends impacting cyber security and the ways in which their expanding proposition can help enterprise customers to mitigate cyber security risks and adopt a preventative approach

Sligo is named Digital Town of 2019

Sligo is named Digital Town of 2019

Sligo has been selected as this year’s Digital Town. Led by IE Domain Registry, the Digital Tow...

Datapac takes Sophos honours

Datapac takes Sophos honours

Datapac has been awarded the title of Sophos Irish Partner of the Year for the fifth time. The wi...

Looking ahead: your September tech diary

Looking ahead: your September tech diary

Here’s what you should be watching out for in tech this month

'Technology is only the enabler...not the end game'

'Technology is only the enabler...not the end game'

Martin Delaney, General Manager of the Innovation Value Institute on digital transformation and the greatest challenges facing modern technology leaders

Bravery: the first step in the pathway to productivity

Bravery: the first step in the pathway to productivity

In order to boost performance, re­main competitive and grow op­erations, Irish businesses have to be effective in terms of their cul­ture, workspace and technology. By getting these elements right, organisations can create their own work-style footprint and drive the company forward. A cohesive and effective ap­proach can enable innovation, empower people and enhance productivity. But first, business leaders have to be open to change and brave enough to adapt how they work.

Blow for Johnson as popular Scottish leader quits

Blow for Johnson as popular Scottish leader quits

Ruth Davidson, who ran the party in Scotland for almost eight years, said the pressures of family life prompted her decision, but her differences with Johnson over Brexit loomed large.

Engineering company Jacobs announces 200 new jobs across Ireland

Engineering company Jacobs announces 200 new jobs across Ireland

The US company will be expanding its Irish presence in Dublin, Cork and Belfast

MPs focus on legislation to block no-deal Brexit

MPs focus on legislation to block no-deal Brexit

Leaders of opposition parties seeking to block a no-deal split held a closed-doors meeting, convened by Labour’s Jeremy Corbyn, to discuss what they will do when parliament returns next week

Trump risks battle with US business over China call

Trump risks battle with US business over China call

A presidential order for US firms to abandon China would unwind decades-old supply chains, reverse tens of billions of dollars of investments and wipe out a major growth opportunity

The week in Business

The week in Business

The average monthly rent for a home in Dublin has risen above €2,000 for the first time, resear...