Ernst and Young

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EY has several events planned for this year’s Pride.

One of the largest professional services firms in the world, EY employs more than 2,500 people across offices in Cork, Limerick, Waterford and Dublin.(...)

Ernst & Young Services (Ireland) Ltd last year had 76 directors. Photograph: iStock

Revenues at a Dublin associated company of global accountancy firm EY last year rose by 24 per cent to €41.6 million. New figures filed by Ernst(...)

The 120-strong delegation from Ireland visited Hong Kong as part of the annual EY Entrepreneur of the Year CEO Retreat. Photograph: Getty Images

“Build Your Dreams” reads the sign at the entrance to the vast industrial campus in Shenzhen occupied by BYD, a Chinese conglomerate that manufactures(...)

Teamwork founders Daniel Mackey and Peter Coppinger are representing Ireland at the EY World Entrepreneur of the Year awards in Monaco this week. Photograph: Tom Honan

Irish technology company Teamwork is forecasting revenues of $31 million (€27.5 million) this year, as it progresses plans for a new €28 million campu(...)

Photograph: iStock

Investment by foreign companies into Ireland increased by 52 per cent last year despite Europe as a whole seeing a dip in such investment, according t(...)

Daniel Mackey and Peter Coppinger of Teamwork, pictured after winning at the  EY Entrepreneur of the Year Awards in Dublin in October. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Some of the most successful business leaders in the world will be in Monaco this week for the EY World Entrepreneur of the Year awards. Irish entrepr(...)

Trinity is the number one university in Europe when it comes to start ups and new businesses developed by students. Aerial photo of Apple new campus building, Cupertino California, USA . Photograph: iStock

Dublin has the potential to become another Silicon Valley, due in no small way to the strength of ideas and talent that is emerging from Trinity Colle(...)

 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(...)

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