Marion McKeone: Even Gallic charm has its limits
Macron did an admirable job of play-acting with Trump, but no amount of knee-slapping will stop the looming danger of Pompeo and Bolton’s scary world views
A White House doctor facing allegations of misconduct. A personal lawyer who is under criminal investigation. A chief of staff who is a proven liar, and a top aide who was a serial wife-beater.
Then there is the education secretary who had never set foot in a public school, and the housing secretary who believes prayer is preferable to affordable housing. A slew of special advisers without portfolios, but with a perennial presence on cable...
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Covid-19 takes huge bite out of Greencore’s British sales
Analysis: The sandwich-maker has tapped its shareholders for €100 million amid the continuing uncertainty over the pandemic
Capital gains: How the GAA created a sporting superpower
GAA supporters around the country have long bemoaned the disproportionate funding directed towards Dublin. The GAA argues that it was merely rebalancing a perceived weakness in Dublin compared to its population size, but did it create a monster?
CRH weathers the coronavirus storm with impressive update
The building materials giant last week posted earnings before ebitda of $3.4 billion for the first nine months of 2020, making light of tough trading conditions