Accenture’s decision to remove the annual performance review is welcome news
Germany must be obliged to introduce structural changes to its economy
Petroceltic denies breaching agreement with shareholders
Japanese business still rooted in deference to authority
Online retailer’s market capitalisation overtakes Walmart and JP Morgan
Data is set to transform work, relationships and company power structures
Japan’s Nikkei Group is buying FT from publisher Pearson
Is giving up your status as a regular employee the right choice for you?
Chain’s legal department is a busy spot
Examples of Anglo Irish Bank events that Ballymore executives attended include a Chelsea versus Barcelona football match, the Cheltenham races and the 2006 Ryder Cup at the K Club
Cinema looks set to go ahead despite opposition from Ward family, former business partners in Ward Anderson cinema group
Declan Kelly’s US-based consultancy also acquires two major London PR firms
Many go way beyond the call of duty in terms of hours worked, with negative ramifications for employer as well as employee
‘This place is full on. I enjoy what I do and I like animals.’ Dutchman Leo Oosterweghel wandered the world before he found a place to call home – in the Dublin Zoo. Years later, he still happy there
After four years in Ireland, David Smith will head up company operations in Australia and New Zealand
The ‘King of Infidelity’, the decline of spam and Tinder for just about everything
Versatile Clare native revels in new role, having sold his tech firm for $8m
Balls Media score fresh capital as it eyes further digital expansion, perhaps including sports for the ‘Sunday Business Post’
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