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Dalata says Vat rise could knock 2 per cent off revenue

Dalata says Vat rise could knock 2 per cent off revenue

Group says outlook for Dublin hotel market remains strong, but tough conditions in some British cities

'Tough and getting tougher': Why journalists are leaving

'Tough and getting tougher': Why journalists are leaving

Last week's piece about the increase in the amount of journalists leaving the industry received an interesting reaction on Twitter from many well respected people, some who currently work in journalism and some who have left the industry

RTÉ walks a tightrope for the Pope

RTÉ walks a tightrope for the Pope

The national broadcaster’s coverage of the papal visit was a far cry from what it served up in 1979, but it still had to tread carefully at times

New IAPI head has global ambitions for industry

New IAPI head has global ambitions for industry

Charley Stoney has wide- ranging plans for her tenure as boss of the body representing Ireland’s media and advertising sector

‘The key is that everyone pulls in the same direction’

‘The key is that everyone pulls in the same direction’

Each week we meet 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 Michael McKenna of Standard Life Ireland

Compliance firm turns to recruitment

Compliance firm turns to recruitment

Movers & Shakers

Movers & Shakers

How a Luas flashpoint dispute was settled by CCTV

How a Luas flashpoint dispute was settled by CCTV

An unsavoury incident on a Dublin tram resulted in a case being taken by a summarily dismissed ticket inspector, writes Derek McKay

Legal watchdog chief defends delays

Legal watchdog chief defends delays

Eyebrows have been raised at the slow pace set by the new Legal Services Regulatory Authority, but its chief executive Brian Doherty is happy to take his time to get things absolutely right

Irish milliner’s creations turn plenty of heads with creations

Irish milliner’s creations turn plenty of heads with creations

Biometrics player turns to private sector market

Biometrics player turns to private sector market

Desmond’s company shifts focus to financial services

Tech firm lands funding of €350,000 from EI

Tech firm lands funding of €350,000 from EI

Trying to grub a living? Help is on the way

Trying to grub a living? Help is on the way

New this week

New this week

Life science firm finalises research deal with University of Cambridge

Life science firm finalises research deal with University of Cambridge