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Shanna Lee Curtis (6), Harlow Wheelan (8) and Layla Byrne (5) enjoy themselves during the Playful Street event held on Sherrif Street, Dublin. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

On a Wednesday in September, Sheriff Street is closed to traffic and festooned with colourful bunting. There are hopscotch squares chalked on the grou(...)

Accenture has chalked out $1.8 billion for acquisitions in digital, cloud and security-related services in the fiscal year. Photograph: Albert Gea/Reuters

Global services company Accenture reported better-than-expected quarterly revenue, as the consulting and outsourcing services provider benefited from (...)

The bulk of the 120 exhibitors are made up of multinational companies. Photograph : Matt Kavanagh/The Irish Times

Some 5,000 graduate positions are up for grabs across multiple sectors at this year’s gradireland graduate fair. The bulk of the 120 exhibitors are m(...)

Online is important but enthusiasm and a well-written CV and a chat in person still means a lot. Photograph: iStockphoto/Getty Images

Graduates are seeing the tables beginning to turn as the Irish economy starts to return to rude health. Current economic growth is fuelling the optimi(...)

The Retail Excellence eCommerce Conference is on Wednesday at Crown Plaza Hotel, Blanchardstown, Dublin 15. Photograph: Matt Cardy/Getty Images

Monday Results: Aryzta. Indicators: German business climate, current conditions and expectations (Sep). Meetings: World Financial Symposium for (...)

Accenture House and Whelan House occupy a secluded site to the rear of South County Business Park in Dublin 18.

Two fully let blocks at South County Business Park in Dublin 18 are on the market at more than €20 million through Savills. This price would represent(...)

An infill residential site in the heart of Dublin’s south docklands is on the market for 2.5 million through Knight Frank.

An infill residential site in the heart of Dublin’s south docklands is on the market for €2.5 million through Knight Frank. The site, which includes(...)

In What Are You Working For? Philip Boucher Hayes finds people willing to talk about their earnings. Photograph: RTE

Irish people would rather talk about virtually anything other than how much they earn. This becomes crystal clear just seconds into Philip Bouche(...)

Alex Depledge and Jules Coleman: “It’s like a marriage, which is necessary because you need to have a business partner you have a shared history with so that you know how they act under pressure,” says Depledge

Having cleaned up financially after exiting one successful business two years previously, you’d be forgiven for wondering why Jules Coleman and Alex D(...)

Emer Duffy of Sage; Skillnets’ Tracey Donnery; Women ReBOOT participant Laura Murphy and Paul Sweetnam, Ibec, launching the new programme

One reason for the lack of women working in the technology sector is that there is a pipeline problem. Aside from maternity leave, women are more like(...)

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