John Hennessy

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Employment services Cpl Resources said profit continued to grow in the six months to December 31st, with pretax profit up 11 per cent to €9 million. (...)

Garda Alan Hayes, who along with colleagues was awarded a bronze medal and certificate of bravery, pictured with his daughter Aibhlinn. Photograph: Barry Cronin

The son of Caitríona Lucas, the Irish Coast Guard volunteer who died when a rigid inflatable boat capsized off the Clare coast in September 2016, has (...)

The trade-offs of gentrification are complex. Run-down areas, in which vitality declined only to be further weakened by official neglect, see fresh energy and  expanded infrastructure. But former residents often can no longer afford to live there.

Technology companies and the high-end employment they bring are generally seen as a desirable and welcome addition to any city or region. But are they(...)

Dalata: Pat McCann got a €470,000 bonus in 2016, just €5,000 less than his basic salary. Deputy chief executives Stephen McNally and Dermot Crowley both received €254,000 extra.

Dalata Hotel Group shareholders criticised bonuses paid to chief executive Pat McCann and his colleagues at the company’s annual general meeting. Mr (...)

 Anne Heraty: says   CPL Resources  expects to grow profitably for the rest of its financial year

Profits at listed jobs agency CPL Resources grew 7 per cent to €8.1 million in the six months ended December 31st. The company said on Thursday that r(...)

Recruitment firm CPL’s earnings per share grew 9 per cent to 43.9 cent in the 12 months to the end of June. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Ireland’s largest recruitment firm CPL enjoyed what it described as a record year with revenue jumping 10 per cent to €433 million. Pretax profits (...)

Philip Lane: hinted at provision of emergency liquidity for banks. Photograph: Jason Clarke.

Another week has trundled by and still the corridors of Government buildings remain eerily quiet – but some cracks in the ice of the current impasse s(...)

Dalata will seek planning for an additional 150 rooms at the Clayton  near Dublin Airport.

Listed Irish hotel group Dalata, which operates the Clayton and Maldron brands, will consider paying a first dividend to shareholders in 2017. Speak(...)

John Hennessy: many in government “short-term in their thinking”.

Underfunding of higher education is in danger of “stressing the system to the point of breaking”, according to the outgoing chairman of the Higher Edu(...)

John Hennessy: “Growth at third-level will be phenomenal between now and 2030 given the demographics of the country”

When John Hennessy surveys the state of higher education in Ireland, he’s reminded of the moment almost 50 years ago when Donogh O’Malley announced pl(...)

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