Tom Lyons

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Each Sunday, Renatus produces a lengthy “synopsis” of the business news of the three Sunday broadsheets. Photograph: Getty Images Secretary Adam Lerrick: eight months on from his nomination, he has yet to receive even a date for his Senate hearing

Given a choice between paying something for a product, or paying nothing for an unauthorised version, many consumers will plump for the latter if it s(...)

IDA Ireland chief executive Martin Shanahan: quoted as saying Apple’s “decision to cancel” construction of a data centre in Athenry was “understandable”.

The Sunday Independent writes that Apple’s “decision to cancel” the construction of a data centre costing €850 million in Athenry, Co Galway, has been(...)

Karl Whelan (front right) and Will Dempsey (back) co-owners of Hang Dai Chinese restaurant on Camden Street, Dublin, with head chef Bibo Yang. Photograph: Terry McDonagh

Karl Whelan and Will Dempsey are 12-year-old first-year students at Terenure College in Dublin in 1991. They share a desk – and an inclination for me(...)

RTÉ director-general Dee Forbes: “The business is changing around us, the models are changing, and we have to change with that.”

RTÉ must work together with its “frenemies” and “be clearer about what our brand is and where we want to go”, its new director-general Dee Forbes has (...)

 Gathering to mark the settlement between Paddy McKillen (front row centre) and the Barclay Brothers and members of McKillen’s team including Mike Aynsley (front row with glass in hand) and Richard Woodhouse (front row second from right)

For many years, Mark Hollingsworth has used his role as a journalist and author to spy on people and inveigle information useful to his wealthy client(...)

Each Saturday on irishtimes.com/weddings we'll report on couples’ love stories .We'll tell the tales and show the pictures of these fabulous weddin(...)

John Collison, co-founder of Stripe, speaking    during the  Web Summit at the RDS in  November. Photograph: Barbara Lindberg

For the first time since the financial crash, it was harder this year to pick the losers than the winners. As well-known businesses toppled and entrep(...)

Shane Ormsby: “GUS  has a relationship with London Academy of Trading. We are looking to create a live trading floor at our Temple Bar campus and offer their trading programmes as an optional add-on to our MBA students.”

Ibat, the Temple Bar-based independent third-level college, has reached a student recruitment agreement with Global University Systems, one of the bi(...)

Seagate’s spending put it in 126th place out of the top 2,500 companies in the world in the annual survey by the European Commission. Photograph: Paul Faith/PA Wire

A survey has found that Seagate Technology, an American data storage company, is the single biggest investor in research and development (R&D) in(...)

Win Butler of Arcade Fire: Conor Murphy got to know the singer while he was working in Haiti on business and humanitarian projects. Photograph: Cathal McNaughton/Reuters

A Kerry man has played a key role in convincing the lead singer of rock band Arcade Fire to support a new charity coffee for Haiti. Conor Murphy, who(...)

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