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The Sunday Interview: Frank O'Donnell

The Sunday Interview: Frank O'Donnell

Frank O’Donnell may not know Coke’s secret formula, but he does know what makes Coca-Cola Hellenic Ireland a success

Curran: RTÉ has made it past ‘the very dark days’

Curran: RTÉ has made it past ‘the very dark days’

State broadcaster will focus on digital, says its director general

Here comes the son

Here comes the son

Profile: Anton Savage

What makes the self-employed so special that we pay a higher USC?

What makes the self-employed so special that we pay a higher USC?

As the voice of the Small Firms Association, AJ Noonan believes recovery is fragile and fervent depending on location

Profile Patricia King : It’s good to be the King

Profile Patricia King : It’s good to be the King

Patricia King’s trade union career began with the occupation of a car factory in Dublin. Manufacturers used to have to part-assemble their cars in the country to avoid import taxes, but that requirement was gradually dropped after Ireland joined the

The Guv’nor

The Guv’nor

The Sunday Interview: Dr Peter FitzGerald

The Sunday Interview: Dr Peter FitzGerald

If I had been at a public or a larger organisation, I’d have been sacked - Peter FitzGerald

Network, delegate and network again

Network, delegate and network again

Each week, we profile one of Ireland’s foremost corporate leaders, tracing their career to date and exploring the lessons they’ve learned along the way. This week, we meet Liam Halpin of Dell Ireland

Profile Tony O’Brien: The fire fighter

Profile Tony O’Brien: The fire fighter

I think we do business  in Ireland in a way that is  straight-up and transparent

I think we do business in Ireland in a way that is straight-up and transparent

His firm may have done well out of the recession, but Bryan Bourke of William Fry believes that Ireland’s reputation has survived the horrors of the crash

Profile: Brian, Domhnall and Brendan Gleeson

Profile: Brian, Domhnall and Brendan Gleeson

Family business

The Sunday Interview: Helen McAlinden

The Sunday Interview: Helen McAlinden

From sociology student in 1970s Belfast to fashion designer, Helen McAlinden has made it through the tough years thanks to an impeccable design pedigree and her modern approach to business

Ireland’s top business dynasties

Ireland’s top business dynasties

New year, old money: we take a look at what passes for royalty in Ireland – the country’s top wealthy (and, in some cases, perhaps less wealthy than they were before) business families

Coppers and brass

Coppers and brass

Dublin’s Harcourt Street is infamous for its astonishingly profitable nightclubs, but the bosses who run the street’s hospitality businesses see an even brighter future in the hours of daylight, writes Siobhan Brett.

Profile: Shinzo Abe

Profile: Shinzo Abe

The man from Yamaguchi