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A computer-generated image of the office scheme proposed in a feasibility study for the City Arts Centre site in Dublin’s south docklands.

David Kennan’s KC Capital Property Group is closing in on the purchase of the former City Arts Centre on Dublin’s City Quay for around €40 million. T(...)

Dublin scored highly on remote working infrastructure but fell down on accommodation costs in a new survey. Photograph: iStock

People who are hoping to split their working week between home and office in the future are increasingly seeking to rent digs in Dublin and other majo(...)

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe. Photograph: Julien Behal Photography/PA Wire

The Government should extend its main pandemic wage-support scheme until the middle of next year, PwC has said. In a pre-budget submission, the consu(...)

As moves towards gender, ethnicity and executive pay reporting continue, the European Commission has proposed a directive that may create even greater change. Photograph: iStock

The Gender Pay Gap Information Bill 2019 has been passed by the Dáil, with Minister for Equality Roderic O’Gorman referring to it as “a priority”. It (...)

DCU graduate Kevina Cleary is a senior associate at PwC Consulting

Tell us about yourself, where you’re from and what you studied in college I’m from Roscommon. I completed a bachelor in business studies and a master(...)

Graduate programmes can help graduates develop key business skills.

IMI The Irish Management Institute (IMI) graduate development programme is different to others in that it is delivered on a consortium basis to a lim(...)

Photograph: iStock

British fintech firm Wise said on Thursday it plans to go public in London in what will be the first direct listing of a technology company on the Lon(...)

 Economy Minister Paul Frew (second right) with (from left) Ian McConnell, Partner Lead PwC Operate, Kevin Holland CEO Invest Northern Ireland and Deborah Stevenson, Senior Manager PwC. Photograph: Department for the Economy/PA Wire

Almost 800 jobs are being created in Belfast by professional services firm PwC. The 771 posts are part of a £40 million (€46.5 million) investment i(...)

The City Arts Centre has lain dormant since 2003. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

The sale of the former City Arts Centre on Dublin’s City Quay has seen strong interest from a number of the country’s biggest developers. Having been (...)

Many high profile firms are adjusting to a new normal as they tailor their return to work post-Covid.

Professional services firm KPMG has said it expects its 3,400 Irish staff to come to work in their offices for two to three days a week on average, in(...)

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