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A near-deserted Grafton Street in Dublin. File photograph: Dave Meehan

The Government is finalising its package to support employees and businesses through the coronavirus crisis against a backdrop of increased fears abou(...)

EY expects the Irish economy to grow by 3.4% this year. Photograph: iStock

The economy will grow by 3.4 per cent this year before moderating in the years to come, professional services firm EY said as it revised its forecasts(...)

Helena O’Dwyer, head of Wavespace at EY and Frank O’Dea, chief innovation officer at EY. The new centre, Wavespace, is part of EY’s network of 39 global innovation centres. Photograph: Naoise Culhane

Consulting firm EY Ireland has opened a new innovation centre in Dublin that is set to drive the Irish business and lead to further jobs. Wavespace i(...)

KPMG UK’s culture had become marred by internal politics and bureaucracy.

When Bill Michael was elected chairman of KPMG UK in 2017 on a promise of restoring stability to both its finances and brand, he knew it would be a gr(...)

A WeWork common space in New York. The traditional practice of automatically putting people together in a central hub is coming under increased scrutiny. Photograph: Cole Wilson/The New York Times

Agile is the word that keeps cropping up when people talk about organisations being future fit. We’re told they need agile mindsets and agile processe(...)

Sean Fitzpatrick, former chairman of Anglo Irish Bank.

Former Anglo Irish Bank chairman Sean FitzPatrick had his membership of Chartered Accountants Ireland (CAI) revoked and was ordered to pay a fine of €(...)

Photograph: iStock

EY has put about 100 jobs in its financial consulting unit at risk of redundancy after a decline in work and a drop-off in fees made from regulatory a(...)

Rather than try to force the hand of the Central Bank  might the Government not be better advised to address how to limit the cost of the largest component of a new house price – the land on which it is built?

The only certainty about housing policy in Ireland is that everyone has an opinion; to date nobody has actually found a fix. The latest furore comes w(...)

The firm said it employed more than 2,400 staff in the Republic during the year, 49 per cent of whom were women

EY Ireland has reported a 5 per cent rise in its revenues in the Republic to more than €330 million in the year to the end of June 2019. Stripping out(...)

Keywords Studios is  among the companies competing for Technology Company of the Year

Five Irish companies are competing for the title of technology company of the year in Technology Ireland’s software industry awards. Among the compan(...)

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