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KPMG: ‘We believe the proposed structure will enable us to deliver the best possible experience for our clients.’

KPMG UK plans to make redundant about one-third of its 630 administrative assistants in a wave of cost-cutting. Between 200 and 250 administrative s(...)

UCD Moore Centre for Business is fully integrated with the existing Quinn School building and increases its size by almost half. Photograph:  Shane O’Neill/Son Photographic

Students at the newly opened Moore Centre for Business at the UCD Lochlann Quinn School of Business will experience an educational environment that no(...)

Vyvian White of  Lotus Landscape Design

Vyvian White moved his garden and landscape design business, Lotus Landscape Design, from France five years ago where he had run a business for some 1(...)

 Minister for Business Heather Humphreys, Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney and European Affairs Minister Helen McEntee at the ‘Getting Your Business Brexit Ready’ campaign launch this week. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

It may have been a portent. Shortly before three Ministers were due at the RDS on Wednesday to reassure businesses that there is a plan for a no-deal (...)

Brian O’Sullivan, the man behind one of the fastest growing brands in Ireland, has been chosen as The Irish Times Business Person of the Month for Aug(...)

Card transactions grew 14 per cent in Ireland last year, while ATM cash transactions were stagnant.

In Ireland the biggest payments innovation question is the same as it has been for years – cash or card? “So far the debate has been about card versu(...)

Traditional attacks such as email phishing have already given way to new methods such as ‘formjacking,’ attacks that allow a cybercriminal to intercept your banking information direct from the input on an e-commerce site.

The new payment services directive opens up bank data to third-party service providers. What does it mean for security? “Cybersecurity is a sector-ne(...)

The gold standard is iris scanning but that is not on our phones yet.

From September 14th next all banks in Ireland will be required to open their payments infrastructure and customer data assets to other payment organis(...)

The interesting thing about all of these apps is that they rely on traditional credit and debit cards to work.

A whole new generation of consumers is emerging who don’t carry physical wallets or purses. All they need is their phone. When they pay for something (...)

If the UK manages to agree a deal, prices in London and Northern Ireland are still predicted to fall this year, by 4.7 per cent and 1.2 per cent, while most other regions will be largely unchanged. Photograph: Joe Giddens/PA Wire

House prices in the UK could fall by as much as 20 per cent in the event of a no-deal Brexit with London and Northern Ireland worst hit, KPMG has warn(...)

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