Ian Guider: The only certainty is that nothing is certain in the challenges ahead
The government’s struggle with the PUP, the complexities of banking carve-ups and the endless grind of the Brexit fallout are just some of what awaits us this year
Last week, I looked back on how Irish businesses survived and thrived in 2021 and highlighted the largely benign economic backdrop. As a new year begins under the shadow of the Omicron variant, it’s appropriate to look ahead and forecast what 2022 may bring.
As the pandemic continues to wreak havoc, it is difficult to predict with any certainty what may come over the next 12 months, but one thing that’s clear is that this...
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This Working Life: Adele Cooper chief revenue officer of &Open
In any company and especially a fast growing one, you have to be willing to get stuck in, immerse yourself in the detail and pick up work that may not fall under your job description, says Cooper