UCD Smurfit School graduates reported an 81 per cent increase in their salaries

A UCD international management course has been named third best in the world in the highly-regarded ranking by the Financial Times (FT). It is the hig(...)

‘The emergence of the finger-wagging personal responsibility narrative that ensues when it all goes wrong suits nobody except the purveyors of the products that one way or another are making our environment less conducive to health.’

All public-health challenges – be it cancer, obesity or even Covid-19 – have one thing in common: the need for a “two-pronged” approach to tackle them(...)

The only existing statutory rules on the marketing of high fat, salt and sugar foods to children are set by the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland and apply only to broadcast media. Photograph: iStock.

The Advertising Standards Authority for Ireland (ASAI) will this month incorporate rules for the marketing of high fat, salt and sugar (HFSS) foods i(...)

The business culture of brazen self-interest may persist unless good business schools make a break from promulgating the impoverished conception of success as mere profit, power and celebrity.

“For at least another hundred years, we must pretend to ourselves and to everyone that fair is foul and foul is fair; for foul is useful and fair is n(...)

Dr Rhona Mahony said HaloCare’s vision ‘aligns greatly’ with needs of older people. Photograph: Eric Luke /The Irish Times

Dr Rhona Mahony, the former master of the National Maternity Hospital (NMH), has been appointed to the board of HaloCare, a Carlow-headquartered healt(...)

Cathriona Hallahan: during her time as managing director, Microsoft opened a €135 million technology campus at Leopardstown, Co Dublin.

Cathriona Hallahan has announced her decision to step down as managing director for Microsoft in Ireland after eight years in the role. Staff at Mic(...)

Trinity College Dublin’s revenues could drop by as much as €40m this year and €80m next year. Photograph: iStock

You can hardly turn on the news these days without hearing an academic expert explaining the latest developments in the global fight against Covid-19.(...)

TCD last year spent €2.83 million on recruitment, €1.3 million on hospitality and entertainment and €6.8 million on travel and subsistence. Photograph: iStock

Six members of staff at Trinity College Dublin (TCD) earned more than €300,000 each last year. No staff members earned above that limit the previous y(...)

Minister for Finance Paschal O’Donohoe. The Government had been expecting a €2.2 billion surplus in 2020. A €19 billion deficit is now being forecast. Photograph: Leon Farrell/Photocall

There is a peculiar paradox at the core of this crisis. Though we are confronting an economic meltdown there is nothing essentially wrong with the eco(...)

“They call Generation Z the “truth generation”.’

The Great Place to Work Institute carried out a study into hiring practices in more than 900 organisations in 13 European countries. The results revea(...)

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