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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

The Sunday Interview: Vincent Cunnane

The Sunday Interview: Vincent Cunnane

IT Sligo president Vincent Cunnane believes that a Dublin-centric recovery is hampering the regions

Profile: Michael Colgan

Profile: Michael Colgan

Exclusive Interview with Wille Walsh

Exclusive Interview with Wille Walsh

IAG boss Willie Walsh says he always understood the politics of a takeover bid for Aer Lingus, but he plans to fly the Irish carrier’s flag for the long haul

Profile: Deirdre Foley

Profile: Deirdre Foley

The Foley grail

The Sunday Interview: Intel's Eamonn Sinnott

The Sunday Interview: Intel's Eamonn Sinnott

Intel executive Eamonn Sinnott, the current president of the American Chamber of Commerce, is bullishly confident of Ireland’s continued ability to attract foreign direct investment

Tech’s new breed: Margaret Burgraff interview

Tech’s new breed: Margaret Burgraff interview

As Intel designates 2015 the year of ‘Women in Intel’, one of the technology giant’s newest vice-presidents, Cork-born Margaret Burgraff, talks about picking potatoes, making it in Silicon Valley, Facebook, inclusivity in the workplace, and ‘having i

Profile: Colm O’Gorman

Profile: Colm O’Gorman

Rebel with a cause

The Sunday Interview: Patsy Carney and Tom Brennan

The Sunday Interview: Patsy Carney and Tom Brennan

EirGen’s founders have stayed on to run their firm after selling it for €135 million

Screen test: Jon Stewart interview

Screen test: Jon Stewart interview

Jon Stewart made his name as the face of liberal America, fronting The Daily Show for 16 years. But now he’s moving behind the cameras – and is unfazed by any critical kickings. Interview: Stephen Milton. Picture: Victoria Will/AP.

Gail O'Rourke: “My conscience is clear  . . . I never let her down”

Gail O'Rourke: “My conscience is clear . . . I never let her down”

Four years of constant fear and worry finally came to an end for Gail O’Rorke last week, when she was acquitted of assisting in the suicide of her friend Bernadette Forde

Profile: Paschal Donohoe

Profile: Paschal Donohoe

Balancing act