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Brendan Walsh was a sharp analyst of Irish economics and society
‘Even if I won a surprise trip to Las Vegas, it’s safe to say I would still have no interest in it’
How much closer is the co-founder of Microsoft to making space open source?
Shareholders across Europe are voting against vast pay packages of company chiefs
It is difficult to win a place on them, but they are worth it if you get selected
Half the electronics needed rely to some degree on these elements
beatvyne is a live music marketplace designed to emerging and established musicians
Latest research shows likely benefits in cancer, heart health and type-2 diabetes
When Johannes Haushofer at Princeton listed his professional failures it went viral
We moved to a tax system based on CO2 emissions for cars registered after 2008
As more water bills arrive, law-abiding citizens risk being left high and dry financially
Michael O’Leary has told staff to be ‘nice’, but the changes run much deeper than that
European Commission brings new Government back down to earth
Preventing a meeting from going off track saves time and confusion
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