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Candle-maker scents opportunities for further growth

Candle-maker scents opportunities for further growth

John Mulcahy: an appreciation

John Mulcahy: an appreciation

The man behind the Phoenix magazine, who died last Friday aged 86, was a daring and fearless force in Irish journalism who will be sorely missed, writes Barry J Whyte

After 20 years, TV3 is dead; long live Virgin Media One. But what can we expect from the shiny new rebrand?

After 20 years, TV3 is dead; long live Virgin Media One. But what can we expect from the shiny new rebrand?

New this week

New this week

Limerick firm 4Site lands massive Goldman Sachs fibre-optic contract

Limerick firm 4Site lands massive Goldman Sachs fibre-optic contract

Data protection firm makes most of GDPR

Data protection firm makes most of GDPR

Energy company secures €300k Advance contract

Energy company secures €300k Advance contract

Children’s online safety tech firm looks to China

Children’s online safety tech firm looks to China

Getting your house in order, GAA style

Getting your house in order, GAA style

The Gaelic Athletic Association continues to ignore the major financial advantage Dublin has when it comes to its rivals

A house divided

A house divided

Our dysfunctional housing market is making it harder for businesses to find and keep staff. And in many areas, the finger of blame is being pointed at Airbnb

Stephen Kinsella on Economics

Stephen Kinsella on Economics

Ideas matter. Memory matters. Without memory, the quality of our thinking deteriorates. We need to remember why the centre matters, how it has lifted living standards across every continent. Paschal Donohoe gave a speech last week arguing for a re-defined centre: socially engaged and based on action

13 reasons to be worried

13 reasons to be worried

As we approach the tenth anniversary of the infamous bank guarantee, we look at the prospects for Ireland in the immediate future - and see that there are some ominous-looking clouds on the economic horizon

Barry’s Tea heir backs ‘premium’ school  Fees of €7,295 among capital’s highest

Barry’s Tea heir backs ‘premium’ school Fees of €7,295 among capital’s highest

US fund spends €38m on Glanbia shares

US fund spends €38m on Glanbia shares

Dalata keen to extend its deal in Ballsbridge

Dalata keen to extend its deal in Ballsbridge