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Profile Alex Jones : All the rage

Profile Alex Jones : All the rage

We used to joke about the Digicel tan. If you had a sun tan and went to a board meeting it would be frowned on

We used to joke about the Digicel tan. If you had a sun tan and went to a board meeting it would be frowned on

Nial Dorrian came back to Ireland after ten years with Digicel in the Caribbean. Now he runs the growing peer-to-peer funder Linked Finance

Profile John Concannon

Profile John Concannon

The man behind the message

Life, love and death

Life, love and death

David Norris – academic, Joycean scholar, campaigner for Georgian Dublin, senator, bon viveur, and, perhaps most famously, the man who forced 20th-century Ireland to recognise its gay citizens and legislate for them

Business is my main focus now. That’s where my focus will be the next 10, 15 years

Business is my main focus now. That’s where my focus will be the next 10, 15 years

Paul McGinley is beginning the process of creating his post-golf career - and finding that decades on the fairways have taught him skills he’ll be able to bring from changing room to boardroom

Harvey Weinstein: Fall of a Tinseltown tyrant

Harvey Weinstein: Fall of a Tinseltown tyrant

The legendary producer has been fired by the company he co-founded, abandoned by advisers and shunned by the industry that for three decades lionised him

Racing uncertainty

Racing uncertainty

Last Wednesday, Ballydoyle Racing Stables made its final legal arguments against a move to impose what it views as unworkable requirements for breaks and holidays for its stableyard staff

‘You’re talking about Bear Grylls multiplied by a thousand’

‘You’re talking about Bear Grylls multiplied by a thousand’

All-Ireland hurling manager and acclaimed hotelier Liam Griffin foresaw the crash, and now he is worried that it is about to happen all over again

Approach to housebuilding  ‘could wreck Irish communities’

Approach to housebuilding ‘could wreck Irish communities’

The head of the Housing Agency, John O’Connor, says the state must assert itself more to make development happen

Profile: Ivanka Trump – beauty and the beast

Profile: Ivanka Trump – beauty and the beast

The surrogate first lady, perennially ready for her close-up, is courting controversy over her new White House role

We have to design a system that suits the Irish situation

We have to design a system that suits the Irish situation

The provost of Trinity College, Paddy Prendergast, believes his main job is to convince the government to spend more on third level education

Profile Sean Dunne: From baron to busted flush

Profile Sean Dunne: From baron to busted flush

Dunne’s lawyers say it is ‘paramount importance’ to him ‘to get free of the shackles of bankruptcy’

The tax of her tears: Sinéad O’Connor

The tax of her tears: Sinéad O’Connor

Singer has made a €160,000 settlement with the Revenue Commissioners

Profile: The Pratt family

Profile: The Pratt family

All change at Avoca

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?