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Ulster Bank to sell thousands of home loans in latest disposal

Ulster Bank to sell thousands of home loans in latest disposal

It is understood that about 3,200 loans in the portfolio to be put up for sale are secured against primary dwelling homes, with the remaining 400 linked to buy-to-let properties

Personality clash that led to the Indo’s long goodbye

Personality clash that led to the Indo’s long goodbye

INM’s acquisition by Mediahuis is a sad end for a company with more than a century of history behind it

We should take the long view on the productivity growth conundrum

We should take the long view on the productivity growth conundrum

Productivity growth has declined globally since the financial crisis, despite many economies being at full employment. But there is an explanation

Ireland must throw down a Brexit gauntlet

Ireland must throw down a Brexit gauntlet

The budget needs to be a statement of intent about how we handle Britain’s exit, as the Summer Economic Statement underlines the cost to our economy

It’s time to loosen up the ‘Strict to Buy’ scheme

It’s time to loosen up the ‘Strict to Buy’ scheme

The Help to Buy scheme could be doing more to help property buyers on the margins

High finance: The business of medical marijuana

High finance: The business of medical marijuana

Medical marijuana is predicted to soon become a €55 billion industry in Europe, and a number of Irish businesspeople are leading the charge as they navigate a minefield of regulations across the world

Jill Kerby: Brexit-proof your investments

Jill Kerby: Brexit-proof your investments

Sterling collapse is a concern, but don’t cash out of British assets in a panic: most Irish pension funds are diversified enough to ride out the storm

Parkwind hoping to unlock potential of Oriel field

Parkwind hoping to unlock potential of Oriel field

The answer to the climate target conundrum is blowing in the wind

Sunday Interview: Nicholas Butcher, managing partner of Maples & Calder Ireland

Sunday Interview: Nicholas Butcher, managing partner of Maples & Calder Ireland

Maples & Calder is doing very well out of the upsurge in Irish funds, but its managing partner Nicholas Butcher dismisses suggestions that the industry’s current success is built on sand

‘The extra time you invest in seeing things from another perspective pays dividends’

‘The extra time you invest in seeing things from another perspective pays dividends’

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 David Carthy of DLA Piper Ireland

Whistleblowing protection to expand in Europe

Whistleblowing protection to expand in Europe

Survey records fast-moving trends in workplaces

Survey records fast-moving trends in workplaces

Deloitte’s latest report highlights importance of learning, leadership and employee experience

Movers & Shakers

Movers & Shakers

Acquisition will shore up Irish pet food firm post-Brexit

Acquisition will shore up Irish pet food firm post-Brexit

Lincolnshire company offers Irish Dog Foods room to grow

Success feeds expansion for online tailored meals service

Success feeds expansion for online tailored meals service