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David Robertson of MIT with Cathy Byrne and Ryan McCarthy of KPMG.

Disruption is overrated and deciding what not to do is an essential ingredient of successful innovation. These were just two of the quite surprising i(...)

The sad truth about millennials is that they are not nearly as special as they have been told. In fact I am not entirely sure they were ever really here at all.

One morning last week I caught a train to Shoreditch, the beating heart of London hipsterdom, to see a big European business conference on how to sell(...)

The intervention comes on the back of a string of high-profile accounting scandals. Photograph: iStock

A UK financial regulator has called for an inquiry into whether the big four accounting firms should be broken up, in a move aimed at ending their dom(...)

Conall McGonagle: “What’s amazing in New York is the scale and the speed of things.”

Moving to a new city to start a new job might look glamorous. However, very often career moves come at a price, especially if there are partners and c(...)

The new four-storey development at the IDA National Technology Park in Plassey, 6km from Limerick city centre, will take 12 months to construct

Fine Grain Property, an Irish-Singaporean commercial property vehicle, is investing €35 million in a new office development for 400 staff at a Limeric(...)

Former INBS managing director Michael Fingleton: has said he was not a member of the credit committee until the end of 2007, but this has been contradicted by several other witnesses to the inquiry. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Irish Nationwide Building Society (INBS) assured the financial regulator that a key committee was considering a series of credit risk reviews when it (...)

Michael Fingleton, who is representing himself at the inquiry, began a cross-examination of Melody van der Berg and this will continue at a second day of evidence by the former personal assistant on Wednesday.

An inquiry into the actions of four former Irish Nationwide Building Society (INBS) senior managers in the lead-up to the financial crisis will keep t(...)

Big multinationals are paying significantly lower tax rates than before the 2008 financial crisis, a new analysis shows. Photograph:   Damien MEYER/AFP/Getty Images

Big multinationals are paying significantly lower tax rates than before the 2008 financial crisis, according to Financial Times analysis showing that(...)

The inquiry  is seeking to establish if Michael Fingleton (above) and three other former managers were involved in so-called contraventions at INBS between August 2004 and September 2008.

Irish Nationwide Building Society (INBS) was failing in early 2008 to meet a key recommendation from its own external auditors made 18 months previous(...)

The proposed Chicago Spire: The 1,200-unit scheme was designed by renowned Spanish architect, Santiago Calatrava, while actor Liam Neeson was recruited to help with the pre-construction sales launch.

Property developer Garrett Kelleher is suing Nama for $1.2 billion in the US over his loss of control of the Chicago Spire residential tower project, (...)

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