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Hug it out.. the original Woodstock fesival in 1969. Photograph: Ralph Ackerman/Getty Images

It was supposed to be the golden anniversary of the most famous rock concert in history, the event that crystallised in mud the free-love 1960s and th(...)

 Japan’s Olympic Committee President (JOC) Tsunekazu Takeda  says he will step down in June, as French authorities probe his involvement in payments made before Tokyo was awarded the 2020 Summer Games. Photograph: Charly Triballeau/AFP/Getty Images

The president of the Japanese Olympic Committee (JOC), Tsunekazu Takeda, is resigning amid a bribery scandal that investigators suspect helped Tokyo l(...)

Alan Cox: marketing communications group Core, led by Mr Cox, has recently restructured its business and moved into 1 Windmill Lane. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Marketing communications group Core made a net profit of €1.6 million in 2017, accounts filed at the Companies Office for Core 1WML Limited show. This(...)

 Sam Smyth pictured in 2012. File photograph: Collins

The Data Protection Commissioner is examining an alleged data breach at Independent News and Media in 2014 involving information on the company’s serv(...)

Two Haddington Buildings on Haddington Road, Dublin 4, has an overall floor area of 10,497sq m

A newly refurbished office building to be rented by a Japanese advertising and public relations firm on Haddington Road in Dublin 4 is expected to be (...)

Block 4 and 5 of the Harcourt Centre are six-storey over basement offices developed in 1998 and 2001

The new selling season for offices gets under way this week with the planned disposal of two modern Dublin city centre office investments for the Clan(...)

Back in 1991, a young man who worked for the giant Japanese advertising firm Dentsu, took his own life because of depression brought on by overwork. H(...)

Japanese workers clock up on average more than 2,000 working hours per year. Photograph: iStock

For a nation struggling to make sense of deflation, duty and the shock of a graduate trainee being worked to death at one of Japan’s most prestigious (...)

Tadashi Ishii (centre), president of Japanese advertising company Dentsu, will step down over the suicide of a worker who had clocked massive overtime.

The president of top Japanese advertising company Dentsu will step down following the apparent suicide of a worker who had clocked massive overtime. (...)

Tokyo’s new governor, Yuriko Koike, who is also leading the charge against chronic overwork. Photograph: Eugene Hoshiko/AP

On late-night trains, Tokyo’s corporate army retreats for the day, carriage after carriage of rumpled salary-men clutching briefcases, tired heads bob(...)

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