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Profile Tim Cook

Profile Tim Cook

Core values

Profile: Arthur Cox

Profile: Arthur Cox

One firm, many masters

The Sunday Interview: Brian O’Cathain

The Sunday Interview: Brian O’Cathain

Petroceltic’s Brian O’Cathain knows what it means to be stress-tested: the oil exploration firm has recently seen a takeover bid fail and been locked in a battle with its chief shareholder.

The Sunday Interview: Geoff Read

The Sunday Interview: Geoff Read

He was branded an ‘eejit’ for selling bottled water to the Irish, but had the last laugh. Now Geoff Read is planning on selling us Nosh, a self-styled breakfast in a bottle.

Profile: Stephen Kavanagh

Profile: Stephen Kavanagh

Aer apparent.

The Sunday Interview: Liam Casey

The Sunday Interview: Liam Casey

Not content merely to run a $1 billion global business, PCH boss Liam Casey is also looking to the future by giving start-ups a helping hand

Profile: Paul Murphy

Profile: Paul Murphy

Citizen Murphy

The Sunday Interview: Peter O'Rourke

The Sunday Interview: Peter O'Rourke

Peter Mark’s chief executive, Peter O’Rourke, admits to being ‘very square’ in the flamboyant world of hairstyling, but it takes a steady hand to steer 71 salons through tough times

Profile: Yanis Varoufakis

Profile: Yanis Varoufakis

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