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Celtic manager Neil Lennon said no apology needed to be made for the trip. Photo: Ian MacNicol/Getty Images

The Celtic manager, Neil Lennon, has castigated an “absolute barrage of hypocrisy” he believes is attached to criticism of his club’s ill-fated traini(...)

 Karen Clince CEO of Tigers Childcare at  the company’s  facility in Leopardstown. They have  12 such centres in the greater Dublin area, and one in the UK. Photograph Nick Bradshaw

Karen Clince has built an international childcare group over the last 18 years but it all started with an after school club. At the time, Clince was (...)

A pharmacist looks at a screen indicating a temperature of -70 degrees on a supercooling freezer containing the Pfizer/BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine at a hospital in Le Mans,  France this week. Photograph: Jean-Francois Monier/AFP via Getty Images)

Pfizer will temporarily reduce deliveries of its Covid-19 vaccine to Europe while it upgrades its production capacity to two billion doses a year. How(...)

Ikea has blamed Brexit and Covid-19 for disruption to its supply chain as 11,700 customers in Ireland were left waiting for orders. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill / The Irish Times

Furniture giant Ikea has blamed Brexit and Covid-19 for disrupting its supply chain as 11,700 Irish customers were left waiting for goods they had ord(...)

Many employers are exploring how to use technological surveillance to drive productivity and measure performance. Photograph: iStock

You can’t fault Amazon’s timing. In the middle of a global pandemic, the online retailer has launched a new workplace surveillance tool that could hel(...)

Pharma giant Pfizer has begun offering its own staff access to the Covid-19 vaccine the company developed with German company BioNTech. Photograph: Stephanie Lecocq

Moderna started shipping the first supplies of its Covid-19 vaccine in Europe on Monday. The company, which secured EU approval for its vaccine last(...)

The more Covid-19 cases, the greater the potential payoff from pursuing a one-dose regime but there are obviously risks involved. Photograph: Tino Romano/EPA

Lots of smart people think we are experiencing another stock market mania. Prominent investor Jeremy Grantham says the market is in a “fully fledged e(...)

Vials of the Pfizer/BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine. Photograph: Sebastien BozonAFP via Getty Images

The new deal that doubles Ireland’s access to the Covid-19 vaccine developed by German company BioNTech makes the European Union the largest customer (...)

The European Medicines Agency (EMA) has approved a second Covid-19 vaccine, from US group Moderna, for use in EU states, including Ireland. Photograph:  Joseph Prezioso/AFP via Getty Images

The European Medicines Agency (EMA) has approved a second Covid-19 vaccine for use in EU states, including Ireland. Moderna’s vaccine uses the same n(...)

‘We are in talks about whether and how we can provide further vaccine doses from Europe, for Europe this year,’ said BioNTech chief executive Ugur Sahin. Photograph: Soeren Stache/AFP via Getty Images

The European Union is negotiating with Pfizer and BioNTech on a deal that could double their supply of Covid-19 vaccine as countries race to immunise (...)

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