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 Demonstrators supporting a British departure from the European Union, in London in  June, 2016. Photograph: Adam Ferguson/The New York Times

The backdrop to Brexit is an era of declining global trust, with disillusioned and disenfranchised voters causing shock election results, as well as a(...)

Only 35 per cent of executives surveyed said their organisation had taken appropriate measures to address the causes of any gender pay gap

Women now hold an average of 31 per cent of board positions in Irish companies, according to a new study by accountancy firm EY. However, its researc(...)

IDA Ireland chief executive Martin Shanahan. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill/The Irish Times

Brexit has pushed 70 individual investments in the Republic, the State’s inward investment agency, IDA Ireland, has said. Since the UK’s referendum o(...)

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(...)

LK Bennett has suffered woes similar to those felt by many UK bricks-and-mortar retailers in recent months. Photograph: Reuters

LK Bennett is preparing to appoint administrators after its owner struggled to find a new financial backer for the loss-making fashion chain, potentia(...)

The report noted that year-on-year growth in Dublin house prices has been moderating for several months

After several years of blockbuster growth, Dublin’s economy, traditionally a bellwether for the rest of the country, is cooling. The latest Dublin Eco(...)

Capital Economics predicted the UK government would probably loosen fiscal policy by as much as 1 per cent of GDP   if the UK crashed out of the EU. Photograph:  AP

The impact of a no-deal Brexit on Ireland may be less severe than previously thought, according to London-based consultancy Capital Economics. In its(...)

“Ireland offers stability, well-paid jobs, a world-renowned education system and access to the EU,” says IrishJobs.ie marketing director Safann Mac Carthy. Photograph: Victoria Jones/PA Wire

Applications from jobseekers based in Britain for Irish roles have grown by a third ahead of Brexit, recruitment website IrishJobs.ie has reported. T(...)

UK banking giant Barclays and Bank of America Merrill Lynch are set to shift the most banking assets to Ireland as Dublin becomes their post-Brexit EU hubs

Dublin continues to be the top location for financial services companies looking to relocate operations from the UK as a result of Brexit, with 27 gro(...)

Christmas lights in Henry Street, Dublin: Tax receipts estimated by EY to rise by 4.2 per cent next year, buoyed by a strong labour market and a rise in consumer spending.

Ireland will be among the world’s strongest-growing economies in 2019 with gross domestic product (GDP) set to rise by 4.2 per cent, according to econ(...)

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