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Back-row businessman: how Jamie Heaslip is investing his money

Back-row businessman: how Jamie Heaslip is investing his money

Irish number 8 is thinking about life after rugby - and is determined just chasing money won't be his sole motivation

The fair trade union movement

The fair trade union movement

Larry Broderick has represented bank employees for decades in a union that has changed to reflect the sector’s new realities

‘Abortion is not a divisive issue. And we need to stop treating it in Ireland as if it is’

‘Abortion is not a divisive issue. And we need to stop treating it in Ireland as if it is’

In a revealing interview, Colm O’Gorman talks about his past, his politics, his passions as he hits back at his critics

'The Labour Party will see a recovery at the next election, whenever it comes'

'The Labour Party will see a recovery at the next election, whenever it comes'

In her first wide-ranging interview since stepping down as Labour leader, Joan Burton talks about her relationship with Enda Kenny, her former deputy leader Alan Kelly – and how she still believes that her party has a future

O’Hara: big craft brewery mergers on cards

O’Hara: big craft brewery mergers on cards

Why the head of the Carlow Brewing Company sold a stake to Spanish beer maker Hijos de Rivera

I could be in the Caribbean with my feet up, but I’d be bored to tears

I could be in the Caribbean with my feet up, but I’d be bored to tears

In his youth, Seamus Walsh bopped the night away at the disco in Waterford’s Ard Rí. Now he’s on a mission to restore the fabled old hotel to its former glories

'We are more pragmatic now. We had great times, and then the plug got pulled'

'We are more pragmatic now. We had great times, and then the plug got pulled'

The car sales market in Ireland peaked 17 years ago, but Peter Nicholson of Windsor Motors explains why he’s not keen on going back to those surreal times

‘I’m non-executive everywhere, is the way to describe me’

‘I’m non-executive everywhere, is the way to describe me’

Richard Burrows made his name in Irish Distillers before serving as governor of Bank of Ireland. Now he has just delivered a ‘vintage year’ as chairman of British American Tobacco

'The last year has been a whirlwind, but now we’re ready for what lies ahead'

'The last year has been a whirlwind, but now we’re ready for what lies ahead'

Karen and Tracey Moran have worked tirelessly to keep the Moran Hotels show on the road since their father Tom suddenly fell ill last year

Hostelworld boss positive on growth

Hostelworld boss positive on growth

• Despite difficult trading conditions since the IPO last year, the Hostelworld chief executive has big plans for the ongoing development of its app

Not much Ireland can do in Brexit talks, says Smurfit

Not much Ireland can do in Brexit talks, says Smurfit

EU and Britain will reach a trade deal, as they ‘have too much to lose’

5 things you need to know about CapVest boss Seamus Fitzpatrick

5 things you need to know about CapVest boss Seamus Fitzpatrick

Cavan man is the ultimate dealmaker who shuns publicity, writes Róisín Burke

Being a great place to work is not based on a table tennis table. It’s about trust

Being a great place to work is not based on a table tennis table. It’s about trust

As Tom O’Connor prepares to take over the running of Version One, his predecessor Justin Keatinge is certain that the software firm is in good hands

Profile: Ivanka Trump – beauty and the beast

Profile: Ivanka Trump – beauty and the beast

The surrogate first lady, perennially ready for her close-up, is courting controversy over her new White House role

'We have a healthy difference of opinion at times. We need to push ourselves. We don’t fall out as such'

'We have a healthy difference of opinion at times. We need to push ourselves. We don’t fall out as such'

Builders, farmers, hoteliers: call them what you want, but brothers Tommy and Paddy Redmond are combining their talents to put Gorey on the map