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Author Philip Roth, at home in Manhattan’s Upper West Side in January 2018. Photograph: Philip Montgomery/The New York Times

With the death of Richard Wilbur in October, Philip Roth became the longest-serving member in the literature department of the American Academy of Art(...)

At the launch of the 3 Counties Energy Agency on the Dunbrody famine ship in New Ross, Co Wexford, were  Marie Donnelly, former director for renewables, research and innovation, energy efficiency with the European Commission, Paddy Phelan, 3CEA manager, and Cllr Denis Foley, chairman  of the 3CEA board. Photograph: Patrick Browne

Business and energy interests in counties Wexford, Kilkenny and Carlow are supporting efforts to create “a low carbon, energy efficient zone”, which t(...)

Azon says there are currently over 26,000 job vacancies in GDPR across Europe. Photograph: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Companies across Europe are rushing to recruit data protection specialists ahead of the introduction of new and far-reaching regulations, with up to 4(...)

 New figures from Mercer show the combined pension deficits of Iseq listed companies more than halved to €1.1 billion during the course of 2017. Photograph: Frank Miller

Higher bond yields and bullish stock markets helped drive down pension deficits at Iseq-listed companies down by more than 50 per cent last year. Acc(...)

Leinster’s Josh van der Flier, James Lowe and Jack Conan applaud their fans after the Champions Cup win over Montpellier. Photo: Billy Stickland/Inpho

It was a curious weekend where the standard of rugby was occasionally compromised by adverse weather and perhaps a little pressure and anxiety that cr(...)

The Confederation of British Industry   is expected to call for the future EU-UK relationship to be firmly based on established existing shared rules which already support millions of jobs and communities across Europe

The UK’s Brexit policy continues to be shaped by domestic political concerns, not economic considerations, and “we all stand to lose out as a result”,(...)

SPD chief Martin Schulz: “Now we will try to unite the party after this tough discussion.” Photograph: Sascha Schuermann/AFP/Getty Images

Social Democrat leader Martin Schulz made an impassioned appeal to his party on Sunday to give the go-ahead for formal coalition talks with Chancello(...)

Central Bank of Ireland governor Philip Lane (left) with deputy governor Sharon Donnery. Both are tipped for key roles with the European Central Bank. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The Government is facing an interesting game of poker, as a string of top jobs come up at the European Central Bank over the next two years. The first(...)

A driverless Mercedes-Benz car. Photograph: STR/AFP/Getty Images

I managed to get the replacement car. It’s grand. It’s blue. But as I feared, it nags incessantly. It tells me to put on my seat belt, to change gear,(...)

Mark O’Halloran and Pat Shortt. Photographs: Alan Betson and Brian McEvoy

When did you last cry? Mark: I’m a great person for crying at films, I have to say. Pat: Yeah Mark: I love when that happens because it means you’r(...)

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