Larry Murrin: gave talk about diversity in Dublin Castle.  Photograph: Alan Betson

BusinessEurope warns about proposal on female non-executive directors

Bill O’Herlihy:  hung up his microphone as RTÉ’s main sports presenter in the summer. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Gentleman of Irish PR scene appears to be tying up a few more loose ends

Kerry Dairy Cheestrings and Dunnes Stores Cheesy Strings. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Kerry Group taking aim at Dunnes in a trademark row over Cheestrings brand

 David McRedmond: endless energy and enthusiasm in adversity remains undimmed.   Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Chief executive meeting UTV challenge head on

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London-based Irish businessman pays €1.75m for Shorecliffe in west Cork

Julie Sinnamon: opened her speech at the CEO Forum in Dublin Castle on Wednesday morning with a dash of Mandarin. Photograph: Alan Betson
Mandarin gets mandatory

Enterprise Ireland boss Julie Sinnamon – you need a minimum level of Chinese

 Julie Sinnamon, chief executive of Enterprise Ireland. Ministerial briefing notes warned  the bulk of  cuts under the employment control framework would fall on the State agency

Several agencies struggling to adhere to caps

After European Central Bank president Mario Draghi promised last Friday to use whatever means necessary to raise inflation, investors bet that the ECB would soon unveil new measures, possibly including government bond purchases. Photograph: Martin Leissl/Bloomberg

German business sentiment rebounding, US stocks rise in anticipation of bond buys

The high-profile publican landlord of Cafe En Seine in Dawson Street, Dublin, refused to give consent for the buyers to take over the lease. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Plans by founders of Setanta sports group hits snag

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