Paul Hennessy

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One of the country’s top trainers, Paul Hennessy, believes the Irish Greyhound Board is making progress in stamping out doping. Photograph:  Getty

Ireland’s greyhound industry’s image has been ruined by the perception that trainers have used drugs on their dogs, one of the country’s top trainers,(...)

Ray, Natalya, Ros and Charles Coyle run Tayto Park in Co Meath.
Keeping it in the family

Seventy-five per cent of Irish businesses are family-owned but families are not necessarily happy or harmonious entities. However, there are ways in w(...)

Outbound founder Paul Hennessy is a pilot by training who turned to his second love, technology, when flying jobs were scarce during the recession.

Sales teams can spend a great deal of time chasing leads that go nowhere and Paul Hennessy experienced the problem at first hand when running what was(...)

Sue Robbins Fehily: says she and husband Tom “haven’t put a foot wrong” with Wildberry Bakery since mentor James Burke started advising them.

Good mentors will challenge your cosy assumptions and make your business stronger in the process. It’s the reason so many start-ups hand over sizeable(...)

According to a PwC survey, some 82 per cent of Irish family-run firms said they expected the UK’s exit from the EU to have a negative impact on their business compared with just 38 per cent in the UK. File photograph: Getty Images

Irish businesses are considerably more pessimistic about Brexit than their UK counterparts. According to a PwC survey, some 82 per cent of Irish fami(...)

PennyOwl’s app will launch on Android and iOS in the US.

Irish startup PennyOwl is to launch its first app in the coming weeks. The company, which aims to teach children about money management through a po(...)

Caoimhe Cummins from Leixlip holds a candle at Console’s Christmas Celebration of Light at St Patrick’s College, Maynooth yesterday evening. The events, featuring music, poetry and reflection, were organised across the country by the national suicide prevention charity. Photograph: Cyril Byrne.

This is “a most difficult time of the year” for people touched by suicide, said Paul Kelly, founder and chief executive of Console, last night. “Chris(...)