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(...)

A view of  Enron  headquarters  in Houston, Texas,  US, on January 22nd, 2002.  File photograph: AP Photo/Pat Sullivan

Enron, WorldCom, Siemens, Volkswagen, BP and Wells Fargo. Every now and then a corporate scandal tops the global news headlines. CEOs and business mag(...)

Daniel Mackey and Peter Coppinger of Teamwork.com, last year’s winners of the EY Entrepreneur of the Year Awards. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Monday Results: Analog Devices, Campbell Soup. Indicators: US housing market index (Nov). Meetings: Dublin Chamber Future of Cruise Tourism in (...)

A2 Architects at Close Encounter at the Glucksman Cork Cork. Photograph: Jed Niezgoda

The popularity of Open House, the worldwide free architecture festival, shows the huge level of interest in how, and where, we live and work or, at th(...)

A Dublin Port  sign, located on East Wall Road.

Open House Dublin, the annual free-to-attend architecture festival, is a chance to nose about private homes and commercial buildings not normally open(...)

Trinity Business School’s director of executive education Michael Flynn (left) with Seán Crowe, chief executive of markets and treasury at Bank of Ireland. Photograph: Naoise Culhane

Bank of Ireland has set up a “treasury academy” for businesses in conjunction with the Trinity Business School. Participants in the workshops, which(...)

Though renowned for its heritage as an academic institution, the university is also a hive of entrepreneurship whose former alumni have gone on to set up businesses. Photograph: iStock

From where he is sitting for our interview at a city centre coffee shop, Michael Flynn, assistant professor in entrepreneurship and director of execut(...)

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