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Pat Beirne, founder and managing director of the family-owned plastics business, Mergon, has been chosen as The Irish Times Business Person of the Mon(...)

While KPMG is beefing up its traditional roles, the firm is also recruiting in the areas of cybersecurity, data analytics and sustainability. Photograph: iStock

Professional services firm KPMG will add 800 jobs this year, half of which will be targeted at experienced professionals. One of the big four account(...)

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(...)

An aerial view of the Tesco distribution centre in Donabate, Co Dublin

Ireland’s largest building, the Tesco distribution centre in Donabate, Co Dublin, has been sold to a South Korean investor for about €160 million. Th(...)

Former Tánaiste Mary Harney said she was looking forward to serving on the public-interest committee of KPMG.

Former tánaiste Mary Harney has been appointed by accounting firm KPMG to its public-interest committee. This body oversees aspects of KPMG’s “deci(...)

Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development director Mary Connaughton: “Lots of people want more flexibility and autonomy in their jobs now”

People have never had it so good when it comes to career choice. With the economy approaching full employment and growing at full tilt, competition fo(...)

RTÉ had earlier this year hired consultants at KPMG to examine the viability of the sale of the magazine.

RTÉ has decided not to proceed with its attempt to sell the RTÉ Guide title. Employees were advised on Thursday that the magazine will now be kept und(...)

“If you have someone with a chronic disease, the wearable device can allow doctors to monitor their data feed continuously to see if something is happening that requires action.” Photograph: iStock

Ever since we first heard about the ‘internet of things’, we’ve been talking about smart fridges. But most of the benefits will – at least at first – (...)

Fears are also being expressed that a totally connected world will be especially susceptible to cyberattacksSystem is protected from attack by a hacker. Photograph: iStock

5G promises to usher in a new era of hyperconnectivity. But despite the obvious advantages this will bring, there are concerns this has significant im(...)

The exterior of  Chartered Accountants House on Pearse Street,  Dublin. A report on the quality of auditing  will be published next year. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The Irish accounting regulator plans to publish a report in the first quarter of next year that will grade the work of the eight biggest audit firms i(...)

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