Liam Kavanagh

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The Irish Times has reported a strong rise in the number of customers paying for content last year. New figures from the Audit Bureau of Circulations(...)

A History of Ireland in 100 Objects, the book written by Irish Times journalist Fintan O’Toole, has been turned into a definitive stamp series by An (...)

Irish Times managing director Liam Kavanagh: “If we don’t make a profit we won’t exist.” Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The Irish Times Ltd made an operating loss of €1.1 million before exceptional items in 2015, compared with an operating profit of €840,000 the previo(...)

Clare Duignan: retired as managing director of RTÉ Radio in 2013

Two non-executive directors have been appointed to the board of The Irish Times Limited. The appointments of Clare Duignan and Rhona Murphy follow t(...)

Some 100 of the Republic’s top chief executives from business and the arts will appear at a conference next week to discuss how companies use new tec(...)

The judge said if Shop Direct paid €5,000 to Pieta House suicide prevention charity he would strike out the charge. Regarding The Irish Times Ltd, he told the company to pay €3,000 to Pieta House. Photograph: The Irish Times

Two companies have been ordered to pay sums of money to charity in lieu of convictions after they were prosecuted for email marketing offences. The (...)

Accenture’s Eithne Harley: “In the past we selected 12 entries to go forward to the semi-final stage; we’ve had to expand that to 18 this year as a result of the amazing quality and the huge increase in applications.”

This year’s Leaders of Tomorrow Competition has more entries than ever, more women and more social enterprises, according to Accenture’s Eithne Harley(...)

Managing director Liam Kavanagh said advertising had risen for the first time since 2007.

The Irish Times Ltd made a pretax profit of €2.1 million in 2014, down from €5.4 million the previous year. This was due to a continuing decline in ne(...)

 From left: Aine Mulloy and Elva Carri of GirlCrew, Fabien Peyaud of Herdwatch, Brody Sweeney of Camile Thai, Isolde Johnson and Sarah O’Connor of Cool Beans at the launch of the AIB Start-up Academy. Photo: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

The Irish Times and AIB are to collaborate on the AIB Start-up Academy, an initiative to help start-ups and entrepreneurs throughout the country, f(...)

Hong Kong chief secretary of administration Carrie Lam made a charming speech at the Westbury Hotel citing St Patrick’s Day and Celtic singing’s presence in Hong Kong. Photograph: Bobby Yip/Reuters

Hong Kong’s top administrative official, Carrie Lam, was in Dublin this week. She gave an apparently charming speech to an audience of business people(...)

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