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Dublin Waste to Energy in Ringsend. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Leading technology firms based in the State are “lawyering up” and behaving in a “more combative” manner ahead of expected multimillion euro fines for(...)

Conceived during the crisis, the broadband plan was designed to minimise the up-front cost. Whether that is now the best option to deliver long-term value for money is the question.

The Government is battling to win support for its broadband plan – welcomed through much of rural Ireland, but attacked by its own senior officials an(...)

We have a ruling culture that has already forgotten everything that happened so recently. It has “moved on” into a bland technocratic desert where thinking about all big public projects is outsourced because that way no one has to take responsibility for the public good.  Photograph: Getty Images

When we think of the madness that is the National Broadband Plan (NBP), of €3 billion of public money for infrastructure that will be owned by a priva(...)

The liquidators conceded that a small group of Anglo Irish Bank junior bondholders will recover the €270 million they are owed. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

The Government forecasts that it will receive a further €100 million next year from the remains of Irish Bank Resolution Corporation (IBRC), as the co(...)

If Brexit has taught companies anything, it’s that change is constant - and can be unexpected.

In the weeks and months that followed the UK’s vote to leave the European Union in June 2016, John Byrne began to realise that the way his company doe(...)

Breege O’Donoghue, executive director of  Primark/Penneys at their Dublin offices, dressed in clothes by the brand. Photograph: Dave Meehan/The Irish Times

Sitting in a funky lime green chair in Arthur Ryan House on Parnell Street in Dublin, Breege O’Donoghue proudly declares that everything I can see her(...)

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KPMG has been fined £5 million (€5.8 million) and will face regular scrutiny by the accountancy watchdog as part of sanctions handed down over its aud(...)

Jameson’s Tendai O’Connor: winner of the Graduate Employee of the Year Award.

Irish Management Institute Graduate Programme The Irish Management Institute offers a general graduate programme, to consortia programmes (where com(...)

Aisling Byrne: ‘One of the biggest advantages of the grad programme is that when I qualify I will have excellent work experience and a professional qualification.’

Tell us about yourself, where you’re from, what you studied in college? “I’m from Dublin and I went to school at Loreto College St Stephen’s Green. I(...)

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(...)

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