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Alan Cox, chief executive of Core, at its new premises at Windmill Lane, where the reception contains part of the wall made famous by U2 fans. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Not far from the Google-Facebook tech axis in Dublin’s Docklands, an airy, plant-draped office building in tasteful slate grey rises up from the site (...)

Large ensemble cast: Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation Heather Humphreys and Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht Josepha Madigan at the launch of the Audiovisual Action Plan in June. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

There’s a tradition in Britain that whenever a politician inherits the culture portfolio, any past utterance they have ever made about their cultural (...)

Core chief digital officer Aisling Blake: “Influencer marketing hasn’t quite been a free-for-all, but it hasn’t been regulated the way that other messaging has been regulated.”

Online influencers will be subject to “full background checks” under a new policy introduced by advertising group Core. Core, which is Ireland’s lar(...)

Ballymun Shopping Centre - ready for demolition. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Demolition of the 50-year-old Ballymun shopping centre, which has blocked completion of the regeneration of the north Dublin suburb, has been approved(...)

York Capital plans to put almost €83 million of industrial units into Core Industrial. Photograph: Eric Luke

US hedge fund York Capital has lined up former executives from the National Asset Management Agency and Applegreen to join the board of an Irish indus(...)

Esther Lamidi: was driving unaccompanied  on a provisional licence at the time of the incident. Photograph: Collins Courts

On the day a mother-of-two told a consultant she could not move her right leg and ankle and had serious back pain, a private investigator videoed her (...)

British chancellor of the exchequer George Osborne.  His disability cuts in the budget proved the final straw for welfare minister Iain Duncan Smith, who resigned on March 18th. Photograph: AFP Photo

David Cameron has promised to “learn the lessons” of his government’s budget fiasco but, like his chancellor George Osborne, refused to apologise for(...)

Michael Noonan: said biggest payout by the department was €1.72 million to Arthur Cox. Photograph: Scott Eells/Bloomberg

Legal and consultancy firms were the largest beneficiaries of the €7.6 million paid out last year by the Government’s two public finance departments.N(...)

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