A man in a face mask walks past the ‘Don’t Be Afraid’ mural in Dublin City Centre. Photograph: Tom Honan/The Irish Times.

Dubbed “the great pause”, the suspension of much commercial life during the Covid-19 pandemic has been alarming and stressful for many, and plain weir(...)

Credit unions are collectively seen as the most reputable organisation in the State, in the RepTrak study published by the Reputations Agency.

Credit unions returned to the top spot in a ranking of the most reputable companies and organisations in the State, while the HSE is seen as the organ(...)

‘It takes 20 years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it.’ Photograph: iStock

The insurance industry is built on trust. Policyholders hand over their money to insurance companies and trust them to pay out in their moments of nee(...)

The Irish Food Board, which works to make a commercial success of Irish food, drink and horticultural businesses overseas, came first in a study by the Reputations Agency. File photograph: Board Bia

Bord Bia has come first in a ranking of the most reputable companies and organisations in the State. The Irish Food Board, which works to make a com(...)

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(...)

Dublin Simon Community’s Justyna Drogomirecka, the Reputations Agency’s Catherine Walsh, BJAI quiz master Bryan Dobson and  Hostelworld’s Cathy Thomson  at the launch of this year’s quiz.

The Business Journalists Association of Ireland (BJAI) has launched its annual corporate challenge quiz in aid of the Dublin Simon Community. The ev(...)

The Central Bank is preparing to loosen restrictions on credit unions providing home loans

The Central Bank is preparing to loosen restrictions on credit unions providing home loans, almost a year after the Oireachtas finance committee calle(...)

Lidl was one of the top five firms in the CSR survey, but who was at the bottom? Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Reputations matter, so claims The Reputations Agency, as the name suggests. However, the Dublin-based PR firm yesterday declined to publish the full l(...)

According to Reptrak, Dublin’s reputation improved across all measurements compared to 2017.  Photograph: Donal Murphy

Dublin’s reputation is stronger than those of Madrid, San Francisco and New York, a new study shows. City Reptrak, which rates cites where people wou(...)

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(...)

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