Anne O’Leary, chief executive of Vodafone Ireland: “Women need to join companies that are supportive of gender diversity.” Photograph: Eric Luke

Businesses need to create gender neutral environments so all employees can reach their full potential, said the chief executive of Vodafone Ireland.“I(...)

AIB’s outgoing chief executive David Duffy – white smoke on successor? Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The  Irish Times

As the corporate results season gets into full swing, the spotlight this week will be on AIB with the lender due to publish its 2014 annual results on(...)

 Vodafone Ireland added 8,000 fixed customers during the quarter ended December 31st 2014. Photo: PA Wire

Vodafone Ireland added 8,000 fixed customers during the quarter ended December 31st 2014, bringing the total number of fixed customers to 275,500.This(...)

The Irish Times’ business affairs correspondent Mark Paul: chief executive of Viber? Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

We received a large entry for Ciarán Hancock’s Christmas Quiz, which took some time to work through. It threw up a few odd answers with a number of yo(...)

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This year the winner of Ciarán Hancock’s Christmas Quiz will receive a pair of flights from Dublin to London, courtesy of London City Airport along(...)

The ESB’s Pat O’Doherty, Vodafone Ireland’s Anne O’Leary and Minister for Communications Alex White: European Commission has approved a joint project between the two companies to roll out a fibre-to-the-building broadband network. photograph: naoise culhane

Vodafone and ESB have come together in a joint venture which will invest €450 million over the next four years in delivering Ireland’s first 100 per c(...)

Vodafone: busy recruiting

It’s not quite as bold as moving from Liverpool to Manchester United, but it isn’t far off it. Gary Healy, the senior executive in charge of regulator(...)

Joan Walsh, Anne O’Leary and Tracey Ryan at the launch of Cork Foundation’s event which is aimed at businesswomen. Photograph: Naoise Culhane

Up to 100 female entrepreneurs from the US and Ireland are expected to attend an event in Cork this week, aimed at broadening their networks and busin(...)

“The feedback I get from people on the ground is that [open plan is] a much more collaborative environment to work in. I enjoy it. I think I’d be quite lonely in an office now.” Anne O’Leary at the Vodafone offices in Mountain View, Leopardstown. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Anne O’Leary is not one to back down from a challenge. The chief executive of Vodafone Ireland is also a regular on the triathlon scene, with her late(...)

Vodafone Ireland currently employs 1,100 people here on a permanent basis.  Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

Vodafone Ireland has announced more than 100 new jobs across its business as the company seeks to develop its Irish bus(...)