Grand Slam reputation: Rolex brand ambassador Roger Federer kisses the Wimbledon trophy in 2017. Photograph: Glyn Kirk/AFP

Why is Rolex judged to be the most reputable company in the world? “It sort of has a higher purpose,” says Stephen Hahn-Griffiths, chief reputation of(...)

Google boss Sundar Pichai has been named the world’s most reputable chief executive.

Google boss Sundar Pichai has been named the world’s most reputable chief executive in a study by the Reputation Institute. Pichai “stands out for h(...)

Dublin’s Ha’penny Bridge. Ireland has ranked in 10th place in the study, commissioned by the Reputation Institute, due to it being a “safe place with friendly and welcoming people”

Ireland has dropped one place to 10th in a study of the reputations of 55 countries. Canada and Switzerland took joint first in the study, with score(...)

Evening sunlight on the Millennium Bridge cross the  Liffey. Dublin’s highest score  was for the attribute “beautiful city”. Photograph: Eric Luke

Dublin has risen two places to 20th in a global list of cities that have the best and worst reputations. The latest City Reptrak index gave Dublin i(...)

Dublin’s Grafton Street: the Republic was ranked seventh in the list of states people would like to visit

The Republic has for the first time been ranked in the top 10 of a list of states with the best reputation, with its business environment cited as a (...)

Leonard Ponzi: will run Reputation Inc’s New York office.

Yet another Irish-linked communications consultancy is heading stateside. Reputation Inc, the British and Irish agency founded by former Edelman Irela(...)

The City Reptrak index for 2015 saw Dublin rise five places from last year, with a score of 72.68 out of 100. Photograph: David Sleator

Dublin has risen five places to 22nd in a list of cities that have the best and worst reputations. According to the City Reptrak index for 2015, Sy(...)

Not such a bad spot: Ireland scored highly in terms of having friendly and welcoming people and a beautiful country

Ireland has been ranked in 11th place out of 55 countries in a new survey ranking nations by their reputation. The Republic was ranked ahead of the (...)

Dublin achieved strong scores in a number of attributes, such as the beauty of the city

Dublin has been ranked as the 27th most reputable city in the world ahead of leading cities such as Berlin and San Francisco, but seven places lowe(...)