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Might post-Covid be a world where women go back to the 1950s as a primary caregiver

A few months into juggling work and caring for two school-age children, a female finance executive based in Dublin narrowed her ambitions down to a si(...)

The optimists see this period as encouraging men to take on a greater share of domestic tasks and demanding enlightened work policies. Photograph: iStock

A few months into juggling work and caring for two school-age children, a female finance executive based in Dublin narrowed her ambitions down to a si(...)

Google is sharing users’ personal data between its services without acquiring specific consent to do so, one of its smaller rivals, Brave, has claimed. Photograph: Thomas Peter/Reuters

Google is sharing users’ personal data between its services without acquiring specific consent to do so, thus flagrantly breaching fundamental princip(...)

Max Schrems (32) began his legal fight as a student.  Photograph Nick Bradshaw

Facebook’s renewed clash with an Austrian privacy advocate may have extra consequences after Brexit, one of the European Union’s top data protection o(...)

The Law Society of Ireland, Blackhall Place, Dublin. The society says its solicitors roll had received 1,560 applications in the year to date. Photograph: Eric Luke

UK law firms have ramped up preparation for Brexit by registering a record number of solicitors in Ireland but confusion remains about how many of th(...)

IBRC has a remaining loan book of €3.7 billion, according to the latest liquidation progress report. Photograph: Alan Betson

Creditors of Anglo Irish Bank and Irish Nationwide will have to wait years to find out whether they will recover all that they are owed, as the cost o(...)

Proceedings initiated after Dave King (centre) ignored an order to make an offer for rest of Rangers FC shares. Photograph: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images

The UK’s takeover watchdog has launched unprecedented court action against Rangers chairman Dave King to force him to make an £11 million (€12.9 milli(...)

Permanent TSB, which is 75 per cent State owned, has confirmed the appointment of Robert Elliott as its next chairman with effect from March 31st

Permanent TSB, which is 75 per cent State owned, has confirmed the appointment of Robert Elliott as its next chairman with effect from March 31st. H(...)

The recent failure of Kraft Heinz’s bid for Unilever demonstrated the quandaries that large corporations could face as national barriers rise

Paul Polman thought it was just going to be an informal catch-up. But it quickly became clear that Alexandre Behring, chairman of Kraft Heinz, had som(...)

Sir Philip Green: “I do not believe that this story is being in any way fairly portrayed.”  Photograph: Bobby Yip/Files/Reuters

From the perspective of British MPs, the report into the calamitous demise of British high street stalwart BHS, and the role of retail supremo Sir Ph(...)

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