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The Sunday Interview: Simon Pratt

The Sunday Interview: Simon Pratt

Having seen Avoca’s expansion from a solitary woollen mill, managing director Simon Pratt talks about the unique challenges of running a family business

Profile, Nicolas Sarkozy: Paris rematch?

Profile, Nicolas Sarkozy: Paris rematch?

Every second child who is born  on the planet wants to be a lawyer

Every second child who is born on the planet wants to be a lawyer

Ken Murphy’s father wanted him to be a doctor, but his life took a different turn. The president of the Law Society talks about being the figurehead of a profession under pressure

Profile Pope Francis : Curious Jorge

Profile Pope Francis : Curious Jorge

The Sunday Interview: Pat Falvey

The Sunday Interview: Pat Falvey

From living with cannibals to climbing Everest, Pat Falvey has truly lived a life less ordinary

New agency chief brings formidable expertise to the job

New agency chief brings formidable expertise to the job

The NTMA’s new broom

The NTMA’s new broom

Conor O’Kelly, the new chief executive of the NTMA, is inheriting a very different organisation from the one that Michael Somers built up over the years

Profile: Driving force

Profile: Driving force

Sunday Interview: I do not get involved in the nitty gritty. My management is unconventional

Sunday Interview: I do not get involved in the nitty gritty. My management is unconventional

Deepak Chopra feels a grá for the Irish – he was educated by the Christian Brothers – and the new-age guru says our talents will see us succeed

Powerbrokers with real  stake in the IFSC’s evolution

Powerbrokers with real stake in the IFSC’s evolution

The IFSC power  list

The IFSC power list

The Sunday Business Post today reveals the 35 key power brokers in the IFSC. By Jack Horgan-Jones and Barry J Whyte

Profile: Peter Thiel: The Contrarian

Profile: Peter Thiel: The Contrarian

Sunday Interview: This industry is like the Hotel California: you can check out, but you can never leave

Sunday Interview: This industry is like the Hotel California: you can check out, but you can never leave

Almost 50 years ago, Tommy Higgins opened his first record store in Galway. His love for music has taken him from vinyl to Spotify with everything in between, and he’s still going strong

Profile:Paddy Cosgrave

Profile:Paddy Cosgrave

The Summit’s peak performer

The Sunday Interview: Having creative people around you spurs you on and makes you better

The Sunday Interview: Having creative people around you spurs you on and makes you better

Shane Long, founder of the Franciscan Well Brewery, believes that there is room for a hundred craft breweries in Ireland