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If everything crashed tomorrow, it wouldn’t wipe out the economy

If everything crashed tomorrow, it wouldn’t wipe out the economy

Angus Potterton was appointed managing director of Savills ten years ago

‘Surround yourself with good people and listen to them’

‘Surround yourself with good people and listen to them’

Each week, we profile one of Ireland’s foremost corporate leaders. This week, we meet Eoin Dunne, managing director of PhoneWatch

'Twink says she’s going to come out of retirement and Shay Healy wants to do his play here'

'Twink says she’s going to come out of retirement and Shay Healy wants to do his play here'

Michael Wright’s first foray into the hospitality business all started when, as a 20-year-old, he got a job in a New York bar

'A classic civil servant' - Britain's new man in Brussels

'A classic civil servant' - Britain's new man in Brussels

Barrow was ambassador to Russia at height of Ukraine crisis

The market needs more competition than just three banks, it’s unhealthy

The market needs more competition than just three banks, it’s unhealthy

Finance Ireland chief executive Billy Kane wants to turn it into the most substantial non-bank player

'I saw the pain that death was causing. I saw grown men down on their knees crying'

'I saw the pain that death was causing. I saw grown men down on their knees crying'

From Chicago Mob funerals to emergency embalmings, David McGowan has seen it all. Now he’s turned his attentions to a very different world - glamping

Profile: Angela Merkel

Profile: Angela Merkel

Merkel’s last stand?

Humphreys wants ‘positive discrimination’ for rural areas

Humphreys wants ‘positive discrimination’ for rural areas

Plan includes calls for businesses to locate operations outside urban centres

You’re not purely shaking hands and kissing babies. There’s more to it than that

You’re not purely shaking hands and kissing babies. There’s more to it than that

While Law Society president Stuart Gilhooly wears the chains of his office lightly, he is resolutely committed to getting more solicitors on the bench

Profile: Rex Tillerson: That’s oil, folks

Profile: Rex Tillerson: That’s oil, folks

Tillerson was last week confirmed as Donald Trump’s nominee for US Secretary of State

Who is Trump's new Secretary of State?

Who is Trump's new Secretary of State?

Rex Tillerson's Russia ties and environmental record likely to face scrutiny

I thought, why can’t you go to any location and buy a voucher for anywhere?

I thought, why can’t you go to any location and buy a voucher for anywhere?

It’s almost a decade and a half since Michael Dawson began building his One4all gift card empire - now the profits are rolling in

We have to design a system that suits the Irish situation

We have to design a system that suits the Irish situation

The provost of Trinity College, Paddy Prendergast, believes his main job is to convince the government to spend more on third level education

Lidl chief on a pace of growth 'unparalleled in Irish retail history'

Lidl chief on a pace of growth 'unparalleled in Irish retail history'

Retailer's managing director JP Scally believes the German retailer offers big export opportunities for Irish suppliers

Nicola Sturgeon: 'There's no easy way out of Brexit'

Nicola Sturgeon: 'There's no easy way out of Brexit'

Scotland's First Minister tells Hugh O'Connell about the post-Brexit challenges ahead