Mary Wall was convicted by Judge Terence Finn at Youghal District Court  of two counts of assaulting Michael Murphy at St Raphael’s on February 20th 2015

The family of a 60-year-old man with intellectual disabilities have expressed their satisfaction that a care worker got a suspended jail term after sh(...)

Head of business energy at SSE Airtricity Stephen Gallagher (left) with Aviva Stadium director Martin Murphy.

The Aviva Stadium is going green. Under a new deal with SSE Airtricity, the arena’s power supply is to come solely from renewable energy sources. By (...)

HP Ireland’s Martin Murphy: noted the need for regional balance

UCD has launched a Business Alumni Investment Index, having surveyed more than 60,000 graduates on Ireland’s investment prospects. The bottom line – a(...)

HP executive vice president of global technology and operations John Hinshaw and Taoiseach Enda Kenny, pictured in 2013 at the announcement of the construction of the new innovation centre  at Ballybrit in Galway.

Taoiseach Enda Kenny will today open Hewlett-Packard’s new 87,000sq ft innovation centre at Ballybrit, Co Galway. The new innovation centre will house(...)

The liquidator of Pierse Contracting has been refused orders by a High Court judge restricting four directors of the company. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

A High Court judge has refused to grant the liquidator of Pierse Contracting orders restricting four directors of the company. Pierse, then emp(...)

Niall FitzGerald was chief executive and chairman of Unilever from 1996 to 2004

Former Unilever chief executive Niall FitzGerald has become the new chairman of the UCD Michael Smurfit graduate business school advisory board. (...)

Some 20,000 American football fans are expected to travel from North America to Dublin this week to see Penn State play University of Central Florida in the “Croke Park Classic”. Photograph: Stephen McCarthy/Sportsfile

A first trip to Croke Park as a visiting player or fan is a daunting experience for most. With a capacity of 82,300, the Dublin stadium is one of Eur(...)

Computer maker Hewlett Packard has confirmed that it will add about 100 new jobs at the company’s new research and development centre in Galway.  File photograph: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

Computer maker Hewlett Packard has confirmed that it will add about 100 new jobs at the company’s new research and development centre in Galway. The c(...)

Pierse Contracting, then employing 109 people, was wound up in November 2010 with a deficit of €212 million. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/THE IRISH TIMES

Four former directors of Pierse Contracting, once Ireland’s third-largest building contractor, are men of honesty and integrity who believed they wer(...)

Liquidator of Pierse Contracting began a High Court action seeking restriction orders against nine of its former directors.  Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

The liquidator of Pierse Contracting, once Ireland’s second-biggest construction company, began a High Court action seeking restriction orders agains(...)