KPMG managing partner Shaun Murphy: “By supporting indigenous enterprise you could probably get better regional development.”

Despite significant progress on taxation and other industrial policy issues during the past year, KPMG managing partner Shaun Murphy believes the Gove(...)

You got 500+ points in your Leaving Cert, aced your accountancy exams, and are well on your way to setting the world of professional services alight. (...)

John Hartnett: fired  off a few home truths

John Hartnett, the effective lord mayor of the Irish-American tech glitterati, fired off a few home truths in the Doubletree hotel in Dublin on Wednes(...)

Fergal O’Brien is into the Shanghai Masters quarter-finals. Photograph: Gareth Copley/PA Wire

Ireland’s Fergal O’Brien will meet Mark Selby in the Shanghai Masters quarter-finals after fighting back to beat Zhao Xintong on Thursday.Zhao, the 17(...)

Shaun Murphy, managing partner, KPMG: “Our helicopter view of the economy helps identify new opportunities for innovation.”

Ireland still lags behind a number of our EU neighbours when it comes to innovation, according to a recent study from the European Commission. The Inn(...)

Ronnie O’Sullivan and Barry Hawkins during their semi-final at the World Snooker Championship at The Crucible Theatre  in Sheffield, England. Photograph: Gareth Copley/Getty Images

Ronnie O’Sullivan gave himself the chance to earn a day off as he built on his lead over Barry Hawkins in their World Championship semi-final in Shef(...)

Alan McManus (left) and Ken Doherty in their second round match during the Dafabet World Snooker Championships at The Crucible, Sheffield. Photograph: Anna Gowthorpe/PA Wire

Ronnie O’Sullivan admitted he had put Liverpool’s Premier League title quest ahead of his own needs after battling his way into the quarter-fi(...)

Niall Quinn: It was, a game that toughened me up.”

It’s easy to get confused. Take the contestant on ITV’s The Chase , as heard by a (...)

More than 750 of its 1,900 staff are based in its offices at the corner of Harcourt Street and  St Stephen’s Green. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Professional services firm KPMG is to remain in Dublin city centre after agreeing to extend until 2026 the lease on its head offices at Stokes Place o(...)

Irish Times journalist Colm Keena won in the “Economic/Business Comment” cateogry for his “incisive commentary throughout the year” at the UCD Smurfit School Business Journalist Awards today. Photograph: Alan Betson / THE IRISH TIMES

Two Irish Times journalists were recognised at today’s UCD Smurfit School Business Journalist Awards, which highlight and reward excellence across Iri(...)