New innovator: Travaplan makes it easier to plan, book and manage corporate travel
The customer relations management giant’s recent conference looked a bit like a cult
Why did the matter reach board level?
Some of us, for age or other reasons, choose quite reasonably to operate by analogue
Ireland tends to focus on the arts but our scientists and their careers are world class
Weblog: Cocktail Guide 2.0 allows users sort festive drinks by ingredient and time of day
Investment in the double-fronted property will show an initial yield of 11.36 per cent
No 48 Fitzwilliam Square currently producing rent of €135,000 and likely to increase
Abarta intends spending €19m to develop Dublin 1 property, bought in 2014 for €4.15m
Sale of Flanagan Kerins showroom will allow construction of 48 apartments and offices
Nasty property squeeze could become bubble if Central Bank does not keep lid on lending
Inflation now running at 3% in UK, less than had been predicted just two weeks ago
Cloragh Mills’ 22 units producing rent roll of €346,000 annually, reflecting 7% return
Gap, Superdry and Selected move into city mall after €15 million refurbishment
Also: More student accommodation in Dublin, a Brexit-friendly office suite, and a new home for Foras Na Gaeilge
Analysis: Michael O’Leary has said he’d rather cut off his own hands than sign a deal with a union
Analysis: why do people find it so hard to afford to buy or rent homes?
Q&A: Dominic Coyle
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