Kieran Mulvey

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Ryanair argues that Ialpa’s demands would see some pilots doubling their pay to €346,000 a year. Photograph: Alberto Pizzoli/AFP/Getty

Ryanair may take legal action to prevent pilots based in the Republic from striking next week in a dispute over pay. Members of the Irish Airline Pil(...)

Ryanair pilots in Ireland have voted to strike over two days next week.

Ryanair pilots in Ireland have voted to strike over two days later this month in a move that could cause major disruption at the height of summer holi(...)

Ryanair claims to be in the dark as to what Fórsa wants

Any hope that Ryanair’s decision to recognise trade unions might lead to warmer relations between management and employees seems to have been extingui(...)

INM shareholders last month overwhelmingly backed the Mediahuis buyout

Belgian group Mediahuis has overhauled the management team and board of Independent News and Media (INM), after formally completing its €145.6 million(...)

The year 1984 became notorious for a number of stories involving women, pregnancy outside marriage, and their treatment by society, church and State(...)

Boris Johnson was adamant there is only a very small possibility of a no-deal Brexit. He also pledged to bypass parliament to bring about a ‘do-or-die Brexit’ if necessary. And all Dublin can do is look on. Photograph: Hannah Mckay/Reuters

Boris Johnson this week evoked an image of himself standing on the cliff edge – the UK shackled to his ankle – shouting that he is prepared to jump wh(...)

Directors Kieran Mulvey and Catriona Mullane at the Independent News and Media  meeting in Dublin on June 26th. Photograph: Alan Betson

On Wednesday, Independent News & Media (INM) drew the curtains on its final set-piece shareholders’ meeting as a listed company ahead of its €145.(...)

The deal will still require the approval of the High Court and the Government.  Photograph: Eric Luke

Shareholders of Independent News and Media (INM) have overwhelmingly backed the €145.6 million takeover of the business by Belgian group Mediahuis, fo(...)

From left,  Kieran Mulvey, chairman of Sport Ireland, Donal Conway, president of the FAI, and Aidan Horan, chairman of the governance review group, at FAI headquarters in Abbotstown. Photograph: Crispin Rodwell

A failure to endorse wide-ranging governance reforms could endanger key sponsorship contracts held by the Football Association of Ireland (FAI), the o(...)

Sport Ireland chairman Kieran Mulvey and chief execuitve John Treacy at Leinster House ahead of an Oireachtas committe hearing, last week. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

People within the Football Association of Ireland (FAI) need to “come to the fore” and take up senior positions to reform the organisation, the chairm(...)

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