Liz Earle, a successful entrepreneur, says working mothers are good team players.

A top entrepreneur says firms should learn to appreciate the working mother

Colin Walsh, Liz Earle, Rotha Johnston and Stuart Carson at the CBI lunch in Belfast yesterday. Photograph: Stephen Hamilton

Lobby group believes it is imperative to ‘embed’ gender diversity

Commercial property values in Northern Ireland today are said to  be closer to what they were back in 2001 and 2002. Photograph: Getty Images

Well placed to know, Keith Shiells sees LSH’s return to the North as significant

Arlene Foster, the North’s Minister for Enterprise, said the investment was secured by Invest NI despite stiff competition from other locations.

Development to deliver ‘£3.7m a year boost’ to Northern Ireland economy

Google will be bringing the Google Juice Bar to Derry tomorrow, a series of free seminars and workshops as part of their drive to empower  entrepreneurs  to get the most out of their digital marketing and boost online presence.

Belfast Briefing: Derry regeneration plan aims to make city a smart-tech hub

A total of 100 jobs are to be created atthe Cornfield Care Centre in Limavady, Co Derry.

Cornfield Care Centre in Limavady taking on 100 staff while Deluxe Group creating 22 positions

According to Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness the expansion programme could be worth more than £11 million to Northern Irish economy

Professional services group offering new full-time and graduate roles in both North and South

The latest Northern Ireland economic outlook (NIEO) report suggests that while the local economy is growing the recovery is not widespread.

Expansion unlikely to match that of rest of UK

Prof Neil Gibson, director of the Northern Ireland Centre for Economic Policy, an independent research centre based at the University of Ulster.

Belfast Briefing: fresh debate gets under way about future of local economy

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