More than half of all Irish employers saying they like to throw curve balls during interviews by asking impossible to answer questions

Attitude is increasingly more important than experience when it comes to landing a job, according to a new survey from listed recruitment firm CPL Res(...)

Property developer Gerry Gannon.

Trips to the 2008 Ryder Cup in Kentucky, hospitality at the Monaco Grand Prix, and skiing holidays were just some of the perks lavished by Irish banks(...)

Gerry Gannon was one of Ireland’s most prominent house builders in the boom years through his company, Gannon Homes. Photograph: PA

Property developer Gerry Gannon has told the Oireachtas banking inquiry that his companies have built 140 family homes in the past 18 months and has (...)

Online networking giant LinkedIn recently published a list of the most overused buzzwords used by Irish users in their profiles, with worn-out attributes such as “motivated”, “passionate”, “creative” and “driven” all ranking highly.

With the economy getting back on track, more employees are considering their options. The promise of higher wages and better benefits is leading many (...)

Ulster Bank has argued that the claims of the  Cosgrave  brothers are  unsustainable and contended nine of the disputed instruments were entered into more than six years ago, with the effect the legal time period within which they could be challenged had elapsed.

Three brothers of the Cosgrave Property Group and one of their companies are claiming more than €250 million damages from Ulster Bank over alleged (...)

While the internet has long been espoused as a tool of liberation and knowledge, an altogether bleaker view has emerged over the past few days, with r(...)