Louis Copeland

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Look out for pre-lit Christmas trees to remove the annual light detangling from your to-do list

Turkey bought? Done. List made and checked twice? Check. Champagne on ice? Of course. Yet even the best-laid plans can be derailed by last-minute issu(...)

Kate Gleeson wears a black Bianca dress, €189.

The art of packing a business-trip suitcase is a lesson learned from years of experience. Expert advice is needed to avoid heading off with a chaotic (...)

Cut out for success: Innerstrength chief executive and co-founder Avril Copeland

Irish technology firm Innerstrength Health has raised an estimated €500,000 to bring new solutions to market following the success of its flagship pro(...)

We may not be back in a credit bubble but the economy seems – to borrow a phrase from Bertie Ahern  – to be getting boomier

Talk of the economic recovery being a “Phoenix miracle” has made it to Dundrum Town Centre, but even in the country’s biggest shopping centre the view(...)

Dublin celebrating their All-Ireland win last September. Soon the hurling and football finals could be taking place in August. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

The GAA’s Annual Congress is a hard sell for most people. There’s a vague awareness of it as a shadowy/meddling/preposterous influence on Gaelic games(...)

‘Hmm, let’s see. Just about the right size for a world champion, I’d say. But pretty slim, considering there’s a hurricane in there . . .” In the sum(...)

19 Wicklow Street: Cornucopia and Louis Copeland are stable, long-time tenants.

A private Dublin investor has outbid seven other parties to buy a retail investment at 19 Wicklow Street for just over €2 million – more than €100,000(...)

Cyber Risk International chief executive Paul Dwyer: “I am not a gambler; I do enough risk-taking as an entrepreneur in business.”

Are you a saver or a spender? It depends. I am not afraid to splurge out and spend. I think some things, especially occasions, are priceless. However(...)

Financial adviser Eddie Hobbs who launched the geared property investment fund Brendan Investments to the masses in 2007. Photograph: Eric Luke

When television personality Eddie Hobbs launched the geared property investment fund Brendan Investments to the masses in 2007, a 90 per cent loss of (...)

19 Wicklow Street: has 68sq m (732sq ft) at street level and an overall floor area of 289 sq m (3,111sq ft) on five levels including basement.

Retail investments in Dublin city centre continue to attract the highest level of inquiries and the least number of sales because of the shortage of a(...)

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