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Darren Smith, television producer and  managing director of Kite Entertainment. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

Darren Smith apologises for checking his phone. He is waiting for last night’s television ratings to come through: when we meet, Ireland’s Fittest Fam(...)

Theresa May searches for a question she can answer at the Confederation of British Industry conference in London on Monday. Photograph: Adrian Dennis/AFP

Image of the week: Brexit horizon Seen here searching for an end to the mess, Theresa May appeared to be on a relative high at a London business conf(...)

Lily Allen: the singer has written an unflinching, unputdownable book

The old house in the countryside that Lily Allen bought, after several years of fame, was at the end of a long, private track. Hugged by the land, in (...)

She is known for her big, blustering operatic pop songs, but Florence Welch’s fourth album finds her in comparatively contemplative mode. Perhaps it’s(...)

Róisín Murphy: ‘I had to pull me horns in, as my mother would say.’ Photograph: Getty

In a desperately fashionable pub garden in Hackney (“it’s like fucking New York round here now, isn’t it?”), Róisín Murphy is swearily and majesticall(...)

Kenichiro Yoshida, chief executive of Sony, pauses during a news conference in Tokyo, Japan. Photograph: Kiyoshi Ota/Bloomberg

Sony s aid on Tuesday it would pay about $2.3 billion (€1.95 billion) to gain control of EMI, becoming the world’s biggest music publisher in an indus(...)

The Revenue collected almost €500 million following tax audits and moves to ensure tax compliance in 2017 and is pushing ahead with a major investigation of offshore tax evasion

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe’s move on Wednesday to vote against AIB’s plan to return to paying executive share bonuses has been backed by the(...)

Andrson founders Neil Dunne and Zach Miller-Frankel

David Gogan, a former vice-president at record label EMI Ireland and son of the legendary DJ Larry Gogan, believes the traditional era of A&R is o(...)

 The Hodges Figgis shop on Dawson Street, Dublin. Photograph:  Nick Bradshaw

Hodges Figgis closed down for four hours in 1995. It was to allow for the legal transfer of ownership from UK company Pentos to new owners Thorn EMI, (...)

On the set of ‘Peter Rabbit’

If you go to see the new Peter Rabbit film (and there are reasons to do so) you will catch a three-second shot of Domhnall Gleeson running down Hans C(...)

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