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Media Matters Podcast: Alan Cox of Core

Media Matters Podcast: Alan Cox of Core

The head of Ireland's largest marketing communications company talks to Colette Sexton about changes in the industry, Brexit and Core's plans for the future

More departures put INM back in spotlight

More departures put INM back in spotlight

The media company's director of IT, Gerry Wilde, has retired after 16 years, while chief people officer Celine Doyle has left the company after seven months in the role

Doubts and disagreements ahead of EU digital tax talks

Doubts and disagreements ahead of EU digital tax talks

Finance ministers meeting in Brussels will try to push forward a legislative proposal, which has met resistance from Ireland, for a 3 per cent levy on the European sales of companies with a global annual revenue of €750 million or more

Tom Lyons on Business

Tom Lyons on Business

Tycoon Philip Green’s current troubles called to mind a brief encounter with him in 2005

Upping the Ante : Haunting revelations remind us of horseracing’s darker side

Upping the Ante : Haunting revelations remind us of horseracing’s darker side

Mark Enright’s story about planning his suicide was a stark reminder of the incidence of mental health issues in the sport

Financial planning for women, at every stage of life

Financial planning for women, at every stage of life

From saving for your first house to planning for retirement, the best way to manage your finances as a working woman will evolve over time

Why Ryanair needs to tread carefully with its succession strategy

Why Ryanair needs to tread carefully with its succession strategy

If Bonderman doesn’t leave soon, the company might lose the chairman and O’Leary at the same time, and that just won’t fly

The incorporation dilemma for small business

The incorporation dilemma for small business

There are, now more than ever, a number of areas where careful planning will notably reduce the tax liability of SMEs and their owners

How about them apples?

How about them apples?

Bulmers manufacturer C&C’s results have not been eye-catching, but its diversification into premium markets and its takeover potential make it a worthwhile investment

Panadol maker launching €800k campaign to highlight Irish link

Panadol maker launching €800k campaign to highlight Irish link

‘We had a customer in Dungarvan who told us they never knew that Panadol was made in Ireland’

Inside Track

Inside Track

Texting has been ubiquitous for years. But I was present at its birth in Ireland

Texting has been ubiquitous for years. But I was present at its birth in Ireland

‘Hire the best and give them support without interfering’

‘Hire the best and give them support without interfering’

Each week, we profile one of Ireland’s corporate leaders, tracing their career to date and exploring the lessons they have learned along the way. This week, we meet James Casey, operations director at LotusWorks

Creating a new model of leadership

Creating a new model of leadership

Contemporary best practice tells us the modern leader does not lead by wielding power, but by creating a vision, inspiring and collaborating

Ensuring workplace equality for transgender people

Ensuring workplace equality for transgender people

As a recent Workplace Relations Commission decision indicates, careless or discriminatory treatment of transgender people can result in financial loss, bad publicity, or both for businees