Sir Anthony O’Reilly and his wife Chryss. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

BUSINESSMAN Sir Anthony O’Reilly has failed to overturn a High Court order requiring him to provide additional information to AIB Bank about his asset(...)

Kilkenny hurler Henry Shefflin writes about his ‘15 minutes of fatherhood’ in his new book. Photograph: Alan Betson

(...) one hour or more”. According to the Central Statistics Office, 98 per cent of those looking after home(...)

 “The limited privatisation mooted here of individual Dublin bus routes provoked industrial action and is proceeding at a slow pace.” Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

(...) unsatisfactory outcomes. Thirty years on, public policy has a more nuanced understanding of the role that(...)

Sir Antony O’Reilly’s total indebtedness to AIB now stands at about €15 million. File photograph: David Levenson/Getty Images

A bank seeking to recover debts from Sir Anthony O’Reilly has no evidential basis for seeking a court order requiring the businessman to make further (...)

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(...) are less reliant for their economic output on individual sectors react more robustly when a shock(...)

 Patrick Grehan of Dare Technology, Martin Wall, Manager of the Entrepreneur Ship, Ireland’s first innovation centre for marine and energy startups and companies and S/Lt. Richard Chute of the Irish Naval Services.

More than 350 start-up events will take place in five cities across Ireland this week, making the(...)

Robert Dunne of GlycoSeLect: “Our technology improves the manufacturing of biopharmaceutical products by giving users a single-step product separation method”
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(...) in fact the bedrock of the biopharmaceutical industry and are used in the food and cosmetics sectors(...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny  with Tánaiste Joan Burton at Heuston Station for the launch of the capital investment plan: with an election in the offing, there was a nakely political edge to the announcement. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

(...) plans for the railway and mass transit sectors including a big plan for a Dart Underground. All of those(...)

Celebrity chef Kevin Dundon and GIY founder Michael Kelly during the AIB Start Up Academy in the Sky and the Ground, Wexford. Photo: Jim Campbell Photography.

(...) working in the health food industry when one of them was made redundant. With the threat of more layoffs(...)