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After going private in one of the biggest leveraged buyouts ever, Dell will re-list as a financially stronger and more diverse leader in computer equipment and software, though more burdened by debt
Women have a right to expect excellence in care around the termination of pregnancy, but no one is joining the dots on how this might be brought about
Auxilion signs ICT deal ]Shipping, transport and leisure company Irish Continental Group (ICG) ha...
It is healthy to debate the performance of our institutions, both for their failings and successes. Proper debate leads to learning and better performance. Our public institutions matter, and society cannot thrive without them
Carlow is thriving with talent, innovation and enterprise, but stakeholders have even more ambitious plans for the south-eastern county
Ireland’s most successful projects have been recognised, with AIB, the Revenue Commissioners, ESB, Cork Airport and Tour de Munster, leading the way at the Ireland Chapter of Project Management Institute’s 2018 National Project Awards
We live in an age of digital disruption in every area of our lives that represents a fundamental ...
Stephen Healy is the new head of motor sector at Bank of Ireland Business Banking. Healy joins Ba...
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 Maurice Mortell of Equinix
Can Mercedes-Benz’s most affordable AMG performance model live up to the legacy of the brand?
Pointy already has its low-cost, low-hassle products in 10,000 US retail locations, where they are lifting sales in some cases by double-digit figures
Pfäffikon once flourished on a global influx of hedge funds, but when the crash happened it got burnt badly. Now it carefully nurtures a diversity of inward investment
Ten years ago, The Sunday Business Post asked the then Anglo Irish Bank chief executive, David Drumm, a number of questions about the bank’s involvement with businessman Sean Quinn. Just days later, Drumm and chairman Sean FitzPatrick resigned