Niamh Boyle

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The Irish Food Board, which works to make a commercial success of Irish food, drink and horticultural businesses overseas, came first in a study by the Reputations Agency. File photograph: Board Bia

Bord Bia has come first in a ranking of the most reputable companies and organisations in the State. The Irish Food Board, which works to make a com(...)

Credit unions are the clear reputational winner, according to RepTrak 2018. Photograph: Collins

Credit unions are the most highly regarded organisations in the State, overtaking An Post in an annual reputational ranking of the largest and most fa(...)

Lidl was one of the top five firms in the CSR survey, but who was at the bottom? Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Reputations matter, so claims The Reputations Agency, as the name suggests. However, the Dublin-based PR firm yesterday declined to publish the full l(...)

Ibec’s Fergal O’Brien: Ireland has missed out on an additional €7 billion in fiscal space by failing to apply the EU’s fiscal rules. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Ireland has missed out on an additional €7 billion in fiscal space by failing to apply the EU’s fiscal rules correctly, Ibec’s Fergal O’Brien has clai(...)

Dublin’s Ha’penny Bridge. Ireland has ranked in 10th place in the study, commissioned by the Reputation Institute, due to it being a “safe place with friendly and welcoming people”

Ireland has dropped one place to 10th in a study of the reputations of 55 countries. Canada and Switzerland took joint first in the study, with score(...)

Niamh Boyle developed a life-threatening infection after the birth of her fourth child and subsequently developed sepsis.

A bionic hand has allowed a young mother to do essential everyday tasks for the first time since losing fingers to sepsis. “After eight months witho(...)

An Post moves up from third to first place in the latest RepTrak study. Rounding off the list of 10 most reputable organisations are Aldi, Lidl, Google, Boots, Tourism Ireland, Aer Lingus and SuperValu. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

An Post has overtaken Bord Bia to top the RepTrak study which ranks 50 of Ireland’s largest and most familiar companies and organisations in terms of (...)

Incoming Chambers Ireland president Niamh Boyle with Ian Talbot, chief executive of the group. Photograph: Conor Healy Photography

The managing director of PR group the Reputations Agency, Niamh Boyle, has been elected president of Chambers Ireland. Ms Boyle, who succeeds Northe(...)

Dublin’s Grafton Street: the Republic was ranked seventh in the list of states people would like to visit

The Republic has for the first time been ranked in the top 10 of a list of states with the best reputation, with its business environment cited as a (...)

The City Reptrak index for 2015 saw Dublin rise five places from last year, with a score of 72.68 out of 100. Photograph: David Sleator

Dublin has risen five places to 22nd in a list of cities that have the best and worst reputations. According to the City Reptrak index for 2015, Sy(...)

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