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Businesswoman Norah Casey spoke publicly for the first time about the domestic abuse she suffered over a nine-year period in her first marriage. Photograph: The Irish Times

Women’s Aid has said visits to its website almost doubled over the weekend following Norah Casey’s interview on the Late Late Show on Friday. The bus(...)

Margot Slattery: Guilty pleasure is Diet Coke. Photograph: Kieran Harnett
The Lighter Side

What business person do you most admire? Louise Phelan of PayPal What is your guilty pleasure? Diet Coke How do you unwind? At our house in Le(...)

Louise O’Reilly, Catherine Martin, Kate O’Connell, Norah Casey, Women for Election co-founder Niamh Gallagher, Fiona O’Loughlin  and Ivana Bacik at the Women for Election event.  Photograph:  Conor McCabe

The outcome of the general election was a vindication of the introduction of gender quotas, a seminar on women in politics was told on Thursday night.(...)

Paul Jacobs of Smart Storage. He secured €65,000 for a 20 per cent stake in the company on the programme Dragons’ Den in 2012.

Co Wicklow-based Smart Storage is to create 60 jobs in Ireland over the next 18 months as part of an expansion. The firm, which specialises in under (...)

Swiss group Roche confirmed the closure of its Clarecastle plant in Co Clare with the loss of 240 jobs. Photograph: Getty Images

Plans to create 200 new jobs in household storage and online retail businesses failed to lift the gloom as two pharmaceutical companies announced tha(...)

Norah Casey: ’I often say Ireland Inc should have an ad on pregnancy sticks abroad, because as soon as someone has a baby, they want to come home to raise their kids in the local area where they grew up.’

Around 300 “key influencers” from the Irish diaspora will gather at Dublin Castle today for the fourth Global Irish Economic Forum. Ahead of a discus(...)

Over 300 Bank of Ireland staff are involved in the Enterprise Town initiative with 3,500 businesses, almost 2,000 sports and community groups, and 100 schools.

Bank of Ireland plans to invest more than €600,000 in its Enterprise Town initiative this year, which is designed to bring local businesses and reside(...)

Caroline Wallace: “Our success is in choosing the right people – the people we choose are the people that drive our car with us”

Caroline Wallace, along with her father Don Wallace, is director and holder of the master licence for the Zip Yard in the Republic and the UK. The Zip(...)

Journalist Tracie Joyce in the Athlone office of Travellers’ Voice magazine. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

According to Tracie Joyce’s mother, she “came out talking”. Often asking questions. It made journalism an obvious career choice. “Writing is so(...)

Looking east: Maggie Gyllenhaal in The Honourable Woman, a new thriller series on BBC One

Fans of writer-director Hugo Blick’s last BBC conspiracy thriller, The Shadow Line, from 2011, know not to expect plot, characters, even exact locatio(...)

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