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Trainer Willie Mullins, the biggest transporter of horses to Cheltenham this year, says he is ’not at all’ worried about the UK’s exit from the EU and the potential impact it might have on the movement of animals. File photograph: David Davies/PA Wire.

The racing industry had to deal with issues around travel before the EU and will be able to cope after Brexit, said Willie Mullins, the Irish trainer (...)

The biggest adopters of RPA currently include banks, insurance companies, utilities and telecommunications companies. Photograph: iStock

Revenue Commissioners has become the latest Irish organisation to turn to robotics to speed up mundane processes and free up staff to do more interest(...)

Victoria McCormack of Macnas, Allianz chief executive Seán McGrath and Business to Arts chief executive Andrew Hetherington at the launch of the awards at Dublin Castle.

More than €13 million was spent by corporate sponsors on arts, festivals and music sponsorship in the 12 months ending May 2018. That’s according to(...)

For many, the option of undertaking a postgraduate programme, which will add to and complement their existing skills, is one they need to consider.

Undertaking a postgraduate programme is one way in which today’s graduates are future-proofing for a constantly evolving jobs market. Undergraduates (...)

Students taking the MA in Modern Irish history at UCD will have an opportunity to focus on their own particular areas of interest

We take a look at a selection of the many postgraduate courses available in Ireland’s universities, institutes of technology and colleges. Where indic(...)

Press Up owns 34 businesses in the Republic

Press Up Entertainment, the fast-growing pub, restaurant and hotels group, has appointed Emma Hynes as its new chief financial officer. The company a(...)

A car dealership in Tianjin, China. Global demand for cars is starting to stall, according to Deloitte, with  recent forecasts showing annual growth limited to between 1.5 and 2.5 per cent. File photograph: Yilei Sun/Reuters

While the first reaction to Honda’s announcement of its UK plant closure was to blame the infernal machinations of Brexit, there may be a larger, more(...)

Paddy Power’s results for 2017 showed total  online revenues for Britain and Ireland at just over €1 billion with retail revenues actually up more than 10 per cent.  Photographer: Matthew Lloyd/Bloomberg

One of the more interesting ideas to come out of a public meeting organised by the politician Aodhán Ó Ríordáin, and attended by Niall Quinn, the othe(...)

Denis Casey pictured in 2016. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

After former Irish Life and Permanent chief executive Denis Casey lost his appeal against his conviction in the Supreme Court on Thursday, we profile (...)

“There are not enough deals out there for the available finance,”

The funding landscape for M&A activity is probably as good or better than it has ever been. Not only are the main banks back in the corporate lend(...)

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