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Jane Goldrick: “What makes me jump out of bed in the morning is knowing that I’ll be going into an office with people I get along with and can have a laugh with.”
‘Be a social butterfly!’

What/where did you study, and when did you graduate? I’m a natural science graduate and studied in Trinity College Dublin, graduating in 2015. What (...)

Graduates on the Aer Lingus Graduate Recruitment Programme.

The Chartered Governance Institute For graduates seeking an insight into how some of the most successful corporations, businesses and firms in Irelan(...)

Sales of Jameson rose 11%  to 235,400  cases, giving the brand a 40.5% market share domestically. Photograph:  iStock

Domestic sales of Irish whiskey rose by 5.4 per cent last year from 551,900 nine-litre cases (6.62 million bottles) to 581,750 cases (6.98 million bot(...)

Cathal Daly: ‘I had very mixed work experience before joining the programme ranging from a transition year mini-company selling calendars, to a summer job in a greenhouse in the Wicklow Mountains to an internship with a multinational bank in the IFSC.’  Photograph: Chris Bellew/Fennell Photography/Courtesy of Jameson

Cathal Daly (26) was recruited for the Jameson International Graduate Programme in 2015 and is now the country manager for Pernod Ricard covering two (...)

The 13th gradireland Graduate Recruitment Awards were held in partnership with the Association of Higher Education Careers Services for 550 of the country’s graduate recruiters, industry stakeholders and talent specialists.

Musgrave was one of the biggest winners at the gradireland Graduate Recruitment Awards ceremony in Dublin’s Mansion House. The food and retail compa(...)

Conor McGregor: he  is seen as  toxic in some quarters

News that sales of Irish whiskey topped €1 billion in the US for the first time last year should be good cause to raise a glass. After all a prolonged(...)

Two beers to try: Eight Degrees’s latest release Yellow Ball, a soft-bodied and sweeter  IPA, and  Yellow Belly’s special edition Where’s Wallonia saison

It’s interesting to see a few of the classic, clear IPAs reappearing on the shelves, though there’s no denying that most new craft beers these days ar(...)

The beloved black stuff is head and shoulders above all other Irish brands

Guinness remains the Republic of Ireland’s most valuable brand, due in part to its ability to innovate with new beers and its continued success at mar(...)

Generation Z are regarded as the first true digital natives after growing up surrounded by smartphones and digital devices. Photograph: iStock

They are the new rulers of the world, making up over 50 per cent of the global population. Generation Z – roughly defined as people born between 1995 (...)

The Ricard family is the largest shareholder in Pernod Ricard, with a 16 per cent stake and 22 per cent of voting rights.  Photograph: iStock

Billionaire Paul Singer’s Elliott Management pounced on another European corporate icon, building a stake in Pernod Ricard in an effort to boost retur(...)

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