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Desmond doubles his money as shares of One51 rocket

Desmond doubles his money as shares of One51 rocket

Financier sees greater value in waste recycling company

Markets are left cold by Kerry Group’s results

Markets are left cold by Kerry Group’s results

Growth remains slow due to market challenges

20 disability centres facing axe by Hiqa

20 disability centres facing axe by Hiqa

Watchdog issues written notices to close care homes; Hiqa gives 28 days to under-fire homes to make changes

Burned investors go legal over €27m French hotel deal

Burned investors go legal over €27m French hotel deal

Luxury Radisson Blu hotel in Toulouse entered pre-administration last autumn

€50m underground Dart may never see light of day

€50m underground Dart may never see light of day

High Court imposes September 24 deadline for Irish Rail to activate compulsory purchase orders

The Sunday Interview: Jan O'Sullivan

The Sunday Interview: Jan O'Sullivan

With the Labour Party facing an election score of NG in Leaving Cert terms, can education minister Jan O’Sullivan push reforms through before the polls?

Profile: Alan Walsh, One51 chief executive

Profile: Alan Walsh, One51 chief executive

The One51 boss has pulled off a very public success. But just who is he?

PlayTank: a massive multiplayer online innovation ideas machine

PlayTank: a massive multiplayer online innovation ideas machine

Established in February 2015, the company aims to 'democratise innovation'.

Keeping it simple for summer

Keeping it simple for summer

Dave Coffey, head chef at The Sussex in Dublin (thesussex.ie), presents three easy summer dishes

Off Message

Off Message

In this country, every day’s a soft day: the weather always seems to be 12 degrees and drizzling, reducing us to a state of helpless resignation

We must recognise the right to die

We must recognise the right to die

There are no easy answers in the right-to-die debate, but people experiencing intense suffering deserve certainty.

FG's whip did his leader no favours

FG's whip did his leader no favours

The opposition doesn’t need an invitation to criticise the hubris of the Kenny regime, so why did Paul Kehoe give them one with talk of a third term?

The wines of Europe’s phoenix empire

The wines of Europe’s phoenix empire

Austria’s wines are re-emerging from the cloud cast by an international wine scandal in the 1980s

Trials and revelations: Are you taking the right medicine?

Trials and revelations: Are you taking the right medicine?

Funds worth $3.5 trillion backing calls for transparency in clinical trial reporting may prove a game-changer for pharmaceutical accountability

Water charges can’t be abolished under EU rules

Water charges can’t be abolished under EU rules

Sources reveal the hated levy cannot be scrapped without breaching directive