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Ryan legacy lives on at DCU Academy

Ryan legacy lives on at DCU Academy

The shape of today’s business landscape is the legacy of one of Ireland’s quintessential entrepreneurs, according to the new head of the Ryan Academy at DCU

Take three: the start-up perspective

Take three: the start-up perspective

Take three: the start-up perspective

Take three: the start-up perspective

Diageo’s Baileys gets €600,000 state funding

Diageo’s Baileys gets €600,000 state funding

Talking Point: When a good idea goes bad

Talking Point: When a good idea goes bad

Many SMEs have been criticised for property investments that have left them burdened by debt. But at the time, such outlays made sense, writes Tom O’Brien

The Lowdown: tips for SMEs

The Lowdown: tips for SMEs

Snug workshop producing contemporary furniture

Snug workshop producing contemporary furniture

Born from a struggle to source Irish furniture that suited his aesthetic and price range, Conor Kelly founded furniture craft and design company Snug.

En route to success despite some small bumps in the road

En route to success despite some small bumps in the road

JJ Kavanagh and Sons, the family-owned coach firm, has come through the recession intact and established a growing business in Britain

Dublin’s start-up scene - ready, steady, go!

Dublin’s start-up scene - ready, steady, go!

In this extract from a new book examining Dublin’s rise as a global tech hub, Sunday Business Post reporter Philip Connolly looks at the movers and shakers, and why they’ve found success in the capital.

Startup Spotlight: Insight Renewables

Startup Spotlight: Insight Renewables

Staff appraisals: not just another meeting

Staff appraisals: not just another meeting

Improving market conditions mean that employee retention has once again become a focus for companies.

Employment matters: Protected disclosures: what you need to know

Employment matters: Protected disclosures: what you need to know

New protected disclosures legislation in place since July 2014 affects every worker in every organisation in Ireland.

Skin’s the thing as beauty range expands

Skin’s the thing as beauty range expands

Clear vision, clear Mission

Clear vision, clear Mission

Michelle Murphy is senior director of Symantec’s commercial business in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA). Murphy was head-hunted to take up the Dublin-based position 15 months ago, having worked with BMC Software for nine years, most recentl

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