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Upping the Ante: Racing will miss O’Leary’s wit, his genius and his money

Upping the Ante: Racing will miss O’Leary’s wit, his genius and his money

The Ryanair chief is not everyone’s cup of tea, but he is never dull, and you can always rely on his horses to give their all

Gillian Nelis on Business

Gillian Nelis on Business

Author and blogger Aileen Cox Blundell’s baby food empire is set to expand into Dunnes Stores

We need to talk about small business

We need to talk about small business

The government is doing a public consultation about tax incentives for SMEs – and it wants to hear your views

Why we collect more corporation tax than ever

Why we collect more corporation tax than ever

The question of how much big companies pay in tax has become something of an obsession. But given the events of 2008, it’s not hard to see why

Making the invisibles visible

Making the invisibles visible

Irish employers need to prepare now for the new era of gender pay gap transparency, writes Helen McCarthy

Adopt the defensive crouch for global equity

Adopt the defensive crouch for global equity

Global bond and equity markets are performing in markedly different manners. What does this great dichotomy mean for investors?

Get your house in order

Get your house in order

A ‘one stop shop’ home energy upgrade scheme won’t in itself save the planet, but it will solve problems closer to home

Mobile X-ray service to bring diagnostics to your door

Mobile X-ray service to bring diagnostics to your door

Currently operating in nursing homes, the firm could become the first in Europe to offer such services to people in their own homes

What’s Next for Inglot franchise entrepreneurs?

What’s Next for Inglot franchise entrepreneurs?

Lab supply firm celebrates three decades with €10m contract

Lab supply firm celebrates three decades with €10m contract

Software company gets set to go global Tech platform a springboard for success

Software company gets set to go global Tech platform a springboard for success

Done Deal

Done Deal

I think it’s terribly important to feel that you are communicating with someone other than yourself

I think it’s terribly important to feel that you are communicating with someone other than yourself

When sculptor John Behan visited Greece and saw how Middle Eastern and African refugees live from day to day, his eyes were opened to their plight, which he says has strong parallels with the sufferings of Irish people in the Famine

High street retailers boxing clever to fight the online tide

High street retailers boxing clever to fight the online tide

Large retailers are offering in-store experiences and partnering with delivery companies as they try to avoid being the next casualties in a shifting market

‘Many in the trade have begun to ask: how long can this be sustained?’

‘Many in the trade have begun to ask: how long can this be sustained?’