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Robert Murphy, who  has been appointed as director of business development and capital advisory at BNP Paribas Real Estate Ireland

Robert Murphy has been appointed as director of business development and capital advisory at BNP Paribas Real Estate Ireland (BNPPRE). Mr Murphy joi(...)

RM Smyllie in 1949

It would be hard to imagine a less “typical” figure than the Irish Times editor RM Smyllie. He hit his tee shots with a nine iron. His speech was a bi(...)

45 Old Bond Street, in London: Dublin-based BCP Asset Management is said to be considering a sale

Investors with Dublin-based BCP Asset Management could be in line for a significant boost from the company’s boom-era investment in a prime property i(...)

 Green Reit site at the corner of Molesworth Street and Dawson Street: Irish portfolio is valued at €1.5 billion.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Green Reit, the publicly listed Irish property investor, could avoid taxes worth at least €50 million when it sells its valuable Irish property portfo(...)

The One Molesworth Street site – the building has since been partly let to British Bank Barclays and Canadian investment bank TD Securities. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Property group Green Reit, whose stock market value has risen by 11 per cent to €1.19 billion since it put itself up for sale five weeks ago, has set(...)

Technology plays a big role in enabling increasingly sedentary lifestyle but unhealthy foods are also adding to our waistlines.

“Technology got us into this mess.” Prof Niall Moyna is talking about the current trends in Ireland – and indeed globally – of rising obesity levels.(...)

The National Lottery paid out more than €453 million in prizes last year. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Lottery sales increased for the fourth year in a row to €805 million, although that figure was slightly held back by the lack of rolling jackpots. M(...)

Hanover Court comprises 40 one-, two- and three-bed apartments and is likely to appeal to individual investors and professionals

In a novel departure, Michael Cotter’s Park Developments has opted to buck the current docklands trend towards block sales of multi-unit developments (...)

Prof Niall Moyna, from the Centre of Preventative Medicine in Dublin City University: ‘Within 15-20 years, you’ll be ingesting a pill that will measure all the internal physiological processes going on in your body and sent in real time to your phone.’ Photograph: Alan Betson

The increase of technology in healthcare will empower the world’s population to generate and process their own data, revolutionising how we view healt(...)

Apple is still Ireland’s largest company based on turnover. Photograph: Regis Duvignau/Reuters

There’s no change at the top in this year’s Irish Times Top 1000 2019, the definitive guide to Ireland’s leading companies, as Apple, with turnov(...)

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