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Aercap chief executive Aengus Kelly.

Lockdowns, hotel quarantines and a tough year for aviation failed to prevent Aercap chief executive Aengus Kelly from leading his company to a €25 bil(...)

Patricia Scanlon, founder and chair, Soapbox Labs, and Martyn Farrows, CEO Soapbox Labs.

New companies are born and die every day. Here we profile some of those that have the potential to go the distance and become top companies of the fut(...)

Enabling employees and company leaders to connect is vital in the new working world.

The pandemic saw a switch to remote working almost overnight. Now, many employers plan to continue the practice, at least in part. But what are the ch(...)

The biggest gainer in the year was Flutter Entertainment chief executive Peter Jackson, who received a 258 per cent pay increase.

With hundreds of thousands out of work on pandemic related subsidies, many people will have seen their pay decline substantially over the past year. (...)

Suzanne Moloney, founder of Hidramed Solutions.
Wearing well amid challenges

From digital product launches, to remote working and daily check-ins with staff, Suzanne Moloney talks us through the challenges she faced during lock(...)

Dermot Crowley, new CEO of Dalata Hotels Photograph: Damien Eagers / THE IRISH TIMES
Who got the top job?

Getting the top job during a pandemic comes with its own set of challenges; but leading a company out of the recent crisis also has its advantages, as(...)

Winner: UK grocer Tesco reported an extra £1 million in sales in Ireland every day over the past year. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

With retail, hospitality and beauty and grooming services closed for much of the year, it’s no surprise that businesses in this sector have struggled.(...)

Barclays Bank Ireland’s time as the largest bank in the State could prove short lived.

The arrival of Italian banker Francesco Ceccato in Dublin last autumn to head up Barclays Bank Ireland could not have been more low-key, occurring in (...)

Apple’s Irish operation in Cork. The US device maker is once again Ireland’s largest company.

What a year. A year when Covid-19 pushed Brexit and the housing agenda off the front pages, as the wellbeing of the country took precedence. A year wh(...)

The ubiquitous flat white.

During lockdown, coffee was one of the few treats to be had, with pop-up cafés appearing in converted shipping containers and tricked- out horse trail(...)

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