Tops for Tweets: Des Cahill. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

RTÉ broadcaster Des Cahill, aka @sportsdes, is the most influential journalist on Twitter, according to the #murraytweetindex, a new ranking by pub(...)

Ardal O’Hanlon: chaired a panel discussion and said the assumption behind the discussion was that the economy was actually turning around. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

A world-class university to attract foreign students, a major social housing programme, tapping into our diaspora, accelerating our legal system and (...)

Ardal O’Hanlon: chaired a panel discussion and said the assumption behind the discussion was that the economy was actually turning around. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

A world-class university to attract foreign students, a major social housing programme, tapping into our diaspora, accelerating our legal system and (...)

Let’s bail: Peter Coonan as David Drumm and and Morgan Jones as Seán FitzPatrick in The Guarantee

It’s only been six years since the imminent collapse of Anglo- Irish Bank inspired the sitting government to guarantee the holdings of that institu(...)

Chef  Adam Richman, who presents the ‘Man vs Food’ TV show, is on the line-up of speakers at Food Summit, part of the Web Summit which takes place in Dublin on November 4th-6th. Photograph: Getty Images

Adam Richman, presenter of Man vs Food will be sharing the inside track on how he survives the epic feeding sessions he endures for his tv show. C(...)

Constantin Gurdgiev, who is part of the line-up for the Kilkenomics festival, a three-day mash-up of economics and comedy taking place in Kilkenny next month. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

So many bubbles are popping up in the Irish economy that it’s in danger of turning into an Aero bar. Another one clearly emerging, which policymakers (...)

On this week’s “Róisín Meets…” podcast, economist David McWilliams explains his belief that we are bound by nature to repeat the mistakes of the past.

Given Ireland’s boom and bust past, many view the latest spurt of economic growth and property price increases with suspicion. Economist David McWilli(...)

The “Power100” list was compiled by the public relations agency Wilson Hartnell and political researchers Electionista, and like many such lists it involves a mix of art and science.

The economist and commentator David McWilliams has topped a Twitter “power list” that purports to rank Irish users according to the influence they (...)

These should be good times for Naas. Kerry Group is hiring hundreds of workers for its new research plant on the outskirts of the Co Kildare town. A f(...)

The makers of the new TV3 soap ‘Red Rock’, from left, John Yorke, Andrew Lowe, Peter McKenna and Ed Guiney, pictured at the Shelbourne Hotel, Dublin, for the launch of the new TV3 2015 schedule. Photograph: Colin Keegan, Collins Dublin.

TV3’s new soap opera will be set in a “police precinct” in a fictional Dublin harbour town and has the working title Red Rock, the broadcaster said(...)