Twin temptations at Anfield
Ryan Constable director, Esportif International
Launching a start-up is supposed to be a terrifying and exhausting process that is filled with unforeseen obstacles and pitfalls. But for Avril Copeland, it must seem like child’s play compared to being chased through the Ecuadorean rainforest by a c
The lads had their uniforms down to a tee. Dubarrys, chinos, Polo T-shirts, the lot. But their act went above and beyond. There they stood, in a bar on Baggot Street in Dublin, tipsy from an Ireland win in the Six Nations, and with more celebratory s
We can learn a lot from man’s best friend about how to be seen as an alpha dog and get more of what you want, more often, write Andy Bounds and Richard Ruttle
Research from Deloitte shows the millennial generation are not driven by profit alone
Adare Human Resource Management will offer discounted advisory services to 1,000 charities under a new deal with The Wheel, a representative body for the voluntary sector.
US film studio Paramount is partnering with TG4 to coordinate the first-ever nationwide release of a major children’s movie in the Irish language.
A Cork food company specialising in baked gluten-free crisps has closed a €465,000 funding round. Established in 2012, Veronica’s Snacks makes baked potato and vegetable crisps in four flavours, as well as baked corn crisps for children under the Cru
A Dublin woman has raised €150,000 to bring to market a lingerie range for women who have undergone breast cancer surgery.