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About 14 million square feet (1.3 million square meters) of office space is now under construction in London. Photograph: PA

Developers started a record number of central London office projects in the six months through March as they tried to capitalise on rising rents. Con(...)

Innovating to attract the best graduates is becoming more important for companies. Photograph: Getty Images

If you are an employer determined to turn a college campus upside down to shake out the best graduates and persuade them to come and work for you, set(...)

The winners of the gradireland Graduate Recruitment Awards 2016. This year’s awards ceremony was gradireland’s biggest to-date. Photograph: Paul Kelly

When it began 10 years ago, Gradireland received less than 20 submissions for its awards ceremony. A decade later, it’s a sold-out event with more (...)

KPMG managing partner Shaun Murphy: “Continued economic growth has provided opportunities for Irish-based businesses to expand their operations.”  Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Fee income among Ireland’s top four accountancy firms rose by 16 per cent last year, new figures compiled by The Irish Times’ business database Top10(...)

Ken Fennell, an insolvency practitioner with Deloitte Ireland, sought the injunction after saying he could not take possession because several parties occupied parts of the property. Photograph:  Michaela Rehle/Reuters

A bank appointed receiver has secured an injunction requiring anti-eviction activist Ben Gilroy and several others to leave a commercial premises. Th(...)

Viking Hotel, Waterford, with 98 bedrooms, on a 2.3 acre site, for €4m

A three-star hotel in Waterford city is to be offered for sale at more than €4 million on the instructions of receiver Tom Kavanagh of Deloitte. Dan(...)

As many millennials are turning their back on big businesses in favour of lean start-ups, are graduate recruitment schemes increasingly a waste of time?

It’s that time of the year again when organisations across the country are preparing for an influx of college-leavers. Graduate programmes serve bot(...)

Ireland is  seen as a possible fintech hub with Deloitte last year forecasting that as many as 5,000 related-jobs could be created here over the next five years

Start-ups working in the financial services sector have a greater trust credibility gap to overcome than most early-stage companies, delegates at a co(...)

Irish accounting firm Deloitte has formally stepped down as auditors to Ulster Bank after 16 years in the role. This emerges from a companies office(...)

One of the most expensive paintings sold at the Ganz auction was Picasso’s Women of Algiers, version O. It’s one of a celebrated series of 15 paintings Picasso made in the mid-1950s. In addition to “O,” the Ganz auction featured versions “M,” “H,” and “K.”

After a chance discovery, the grandson of a Jewish art dealer learned that a valuable painting he believed the Nazis had looted from his grandfather m(...)

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