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Sunday Interview: Oisin Hanrahan

Sunday Interview: Oisin Hanrahan

Rathcoole-born Oisin Hanrahan has just pulled off one of the tech deals of the year, raising $50 million for his business

‘Luck is what happens when preparation meets opportunity’

‘Luck is what happens when preparation meets opportunity’

Each week, we profile one of Ireland’s foremost corporate leaders. This week, we meet Anne Stewart of Eir

The talent conundrum: are you boxing clever?

The talent conundrum: are you boxing clever?

Maybe there is a case that there are people who have latent talent, which has simply not been spotted.

It’s a far cry from manufacturing tweed and knitted sweaters to Hollywood

It’s a far cry from manufacturing tweed and knitted sweaters to Hollywood

Paul Cummins has led Telegael for 27 years, turning it into a Gaeltacht-based global company

‘Be yourself – because everyone else is taken’

‘Be yourself – because everyone else is taken’

This week, we meet Adam Grennan, country manager for Cisco in Ireland

Ireland has the power to become self-sufficient in energy

Ireland has the power to become self-sufficient in energy

Energy must be affordable and reliable for everyone says Airtricity boss

Taking the helm at the Central Bank

Taking the helm at the Central Bank

Philip Lane is about to take over as governor of the Central Bank, but in what direction will the economist with a global reputation steer the institution?

Archive: Profile - Owen Killian

Archive: Profile - Owen Killian

An Owen goal?

The Sunday Interview: Louise Kennedy

The Sunday Interview: Louise Kennedy

Kennedy is a successful standalone haute couture designer living high above her studio on Merrion Square

Lidl Ireland set for massive expansion and investment

Lidl Ireland set for massive expansion and investment

Having just unveiled its living wage plan, the German retailer is plotting further growth

‘Find wise mentors, and then listen to them carefully’

‘Find wise mentors, and then listen to them carefully’

This week, we meet Dr Simon Boucher, chief executive of the Irish Management Institute, whose National Management Conference took place last Thursday

Behold Tesla’s self-driving taxi

Behold Tesla’s self-driving taxi

Elon Musk’s latest transport brainchild has plenty of ‘cool’ and ‘fun’ aspects, but that’s not its real purpose

Dublin can be EU’s Silicon Valley, says tech veteran

Dublin can be EU’s Silicon Valley, says tech veteran

Iona co-founder and chief technology officer at Workday, Annrai O’Toole, says Dublin tech scene should open its doors to foreign talent

Profile: Jack Dorsey

Profile: Jack Dorsey

Return to the nest

I was a raging alcoholic and suffering from depression

I was a raging alcoholic and suffering from depression

During the boom Hugh Wallace scaled the heights and plumbed the depths – but things are looking up