Covid-19 restrictions cut opportunities to spend money on services such as hospitality, holidays, non-essential retail and beauty treatments.

Bank of Ireland is looking to add focus to its investment offering as it targets “accidental savers” who may be looking for a more lucrative alternati(...)

Shoppers inside a GameStop store in San Diego, California.

The coronavirus pandemic hit GameStop hard. Like many retailers, already suffering from the shift to online sales, the video games chain is losing mon(...)

‘People will feel they have the option to live in places outside of cities, which is good for rural areas, and means less commuting and travel,’ says Mary Connaughton, director of CIPD Ireland.

The pandemic has wrought havoc on lives, businesses and the economy. Despite the turmoil, the mood among recruiters is upbeat. “This is nothing remo(...)

Bitcoin hit a previous high of $19,511 in December 2017 amid widespread elation, only to lose 70%  over the  following year. Photograph: Ozan Kose/AFP

Bitcoin has climbed to a record high, taking less than three years to replicate the euphoric ascent that catapulted the cryptocurrency into the mainst(...)

Una Fitzpatrick, director of Technology Ireland, with Marie Treacy, partner and technology sector lead, EY Ireland, and Jonathan Hyland, chief technology officer Workhuman and chair of Technology Ireland, Lorna Martyn, head of Technology, Fidelity Ireland and David Byrne, of Enterprise Ireland. Photograph: Julian Behal

Five Irish firms have been shortlisted to be named tech company of the year at this year’s Technology Ireland industry awards with the Covid-19 tracki(...)

Citi Ireland’s DisAbility Network  ran a virtual event for employees which featured Paralympians Ellen Keane (above) and Jason Smyth. They   discussed how they were coping as athletes but also as individuals with a disability during the pandemic

They say leaders flourish in times of crisis, and employers around Ireland sprang into action when the coronavirus pandemic began back in March. Emplo(...)

‘Draw on every skill you have from part-time employment, volunteering, societies, hobbies and interests, employability awards.’

The Covid-19 pandemic and the measures introduced to curb its spread have had a devastating impact on Irish society and the economy. Yet, despite the (...)

 Sumner Redstone, then chairman of Viacom in a Blockbuster store in Manhattan, New York City,  in 1998. Photograph: New York Times

In more than 50 years as a force in the media industry, Sumner Redstone clashed with his only son, his nephew, his wife, his romantic partners, his bu(...)

Wellair’s portable air disinfection units protect patients against illnesses including MRSA, clostridium difficile, norovirus and influenza.

Wellair, an Irish company that develops medical-grade air-disinfecting devices, has raised $8 million ( €7million) in a new funding round led by exist(...)

Lifestyle changes during lockdown are driving demand for financial consultants, factory workers, animators and game designers, and delivery workers

The coronavirus is roiling global job markets, but the picture is not all gloomy. Finance, technology and consumer goods firms are hiring tens of tho(...)

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