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The accidental entrepreneur

The accidental entrepreneur

Darragh Richardson co-founded Agile Networks after his Belgian employer Telindus pulled out of Ireland and he led a management buyout of its Irish interests. Now he’s looking at a turnover of €9.5 million this year

Profile Mick Wallace Megaphone Mick’s colourful campaign

Profile Mick Wallace Megaphone Mick’s colourful campaign

The Sunday Interview: Greg Kavanagh and Pat Crean

The Sunday Interview: Greg Kavanagh and Pat Crean

Greg Kavanagh and Pat Crean, still in their 30s, have done a dozen multimillion land deals this year alone, and plan many more

The Notorious

The Notorious

Profile: Conor McGregor

Corporate profile: Valerie Walsh of Digital Realty

Corporate profile: Valerie Walsh of Digital Realty

Each week, we profile one of Ireland’s foremost corporate leaders, tracing their career to date and exploring the lessons they have learned along the way. This week, we meet Valerie Walsh of Digital Realty

Sunday Interview: Irish fashion Don remembers his roots

Sunday Interview: Irish fashion Don remembers his roots

As a youngster, fashion designer Don O’Neill left Ballyheigue for New York via Paris, and now counts Oprah and Taylor among his clients. But he never forgets where he’s from

The Sunday Interview: Business is business

The Sunday Interview: Business is business

Dyno-Rod owner Peter Crowley doesn’t believe in entrepreneurship. He believes in hard work, answering the phone, and keeping drains and desks clear

A Bush too far?

A Bush too far?

Presidential candidate Jeb Bush profiled.

Archive: John Boyle, high roller

Archive: John Boyle, high roller

As Boyle hands over the reins to son-in-law Conor Gray, read Editor Ian Kehoe's profile of the betting tycoon from June 2015

The Sunday Interview : Stephen Fitzgerald

The Sunday Interview : Stephen Fitzgerald

In six years, Stephen Fitzgerald has taken Golden Discs from a high street has-been to profitability. But, unlike other entertainment retailers, he’s not depending on digital downloads

Why is the HSE boss so critical of St Vincent’s?

Why is the HSE boss so critical of St Vincent’s?

The exchequer and the HSE get value for money through hospitals in the group, so their hostility is hard to understand

Time to lose the ‘lovely girls’ label

Time to lose the ‘lovely girls’ label

Why call women by their first names while men get their full titles - and why act nasty when Caitlyn Jenner no longer wants to be called Bruce?

The Sunday Interview: Ray Coyle

The Sunday Interview: Ray Coyle

After spending €2.4 million on a roller coaster for Tayto Park, Ray Coyle believes if you build it, they will come.

Martin Sorrell: nice little earner

Martin Sorrell: nice little earner

Nice little earner

Happy Gilmore

Happy Gilmore

Former Labour leader Eamon Gilmore saw the two sides of power, in good times and bad. But he is happy that he made the right decisions ‘in wartime’ to rescue Ireland’s economy