Irish business’s big chance to bridge the trust gap
There’s a marked lack of faith in Irish institutions, but business figures can take the lead in reversing this trend
In a world of “fake news” and “alternative facts”, it’s unsurprising that reported trust in institutions around the world has been historically low for the past decade.
Every morning our newsfeeds overflow with Brexit intrigue, political scandals and tales of corporate wrongdoing. No wonder people retreat into their own personalised news bubbles when faced with this dystopia.
Ireland is far from immune to this global trend. The Edelman Trust...
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