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Mann Vergan, Woodbrook Group’s new director of legal and corporate services.

Cyprus-based Woodbrook Group is planning to set up a health and life insurance company in Waterford, according to its Irish chief executive. Michael (...)

Last year’s Adminovate: the conference returns for its second year on January 17th at Trinity. Photograph: Adminovate.ie

Ireland’s only conference for operations in the fund administration industry will return to Trinity College Dublin this January 17th for its second ye(...)

Oliver Hardy and Stan Laurel with their wives, Lucille and Ida, in Stan’s sister’s pub, in England, in 1952

When a Laurel and Hardy film came on television my grandad Freddie Elcock would sit me on his knee and point excitedly at the screen. “There(...)

IDA Ireland CEO  Martin Shanahan: acknowledges that a weakened global economy with a smaller pool of investment will make the agency’s task tougher

Depending on how you measure it, IDA Ireland turns 70 or 50 this year. The agency, responsible for attracting multinationals to the Republic, began as(...)

IDA Ireland chief executive Martin Shanahan said employment growth across agency-supported businesses was more than double the national average at 7 per cent. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Brexit has prompted 55 companies with the potential to create up to 4,500 jobs to invest in the Republic, according to State development agency, IDA I(...)

Three-quarters of those working in the Irish digital space would consider moving outside of Dublin due to the housing crisis, according to a new survey.

People working in the digital sector are increasingly open to relocating away from Dublin due to the housing crisis and long commutes, according to a (...)

Apple’s main Irish offices in Hollyhill, Cork, where it  employs some 6,000 people. Photograph: Michael MacSweeney/Reuters

Ray MacSharry objected to additional support being given to Apple in Cork when he was minister for finance in 1988, describing the company’s record in(...)

The close collaboration between Charles Haughey (left) and financier Dermot Desmond (right) in marketing the IFSC is disclosed in Department of the Taoiseach documents released under the 30-year rule.  Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Charles Haughey insisted suggestions made by financier Dermot Desmond be included in his written responses for a major 1988 interview he gave as taois(...)

Donald Trump has fired the last remaining adult in the White House and is promising a prolonged battle with Congress unless he gets funding for his Mexican Wall

The US stock market is having its worst December since the Great Depression of the 1930s. Donald Trump has fired the last remaining adult in the White(...)

Yew Grove is primarily focused on office and industrial assets outside Dublin city.

Dublin-listed Yew Grove has acquired three properties in the IDA Business Park in Letterkenny, Co Donegal, for €16 million and said further acquisitio(...)

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