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Web Summit founder Paddy Cosgrave this week decided that he would garner some attention for himself by pouring a very personalised form of scorn on the entire Irish journalistic trade. Photograph:  Nick Bradshaw

Media workers and journalists in particular are irrepressible navel gazers. We all know this. It is a deficiency in the breed. Prominent business peop(...)

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe with children from the local Chinese community at the launch of Chinese New Year celebrations at the Hill Street Family Resource Centre in central Dublin. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

The last time Ireland had an election on the back of a long economic expansion was 2007. That was the year Pádraig Harrington won his first Open Champ(...)

The funding of Drinkaware by the alcohol industry, including Diageo and Heineken, is made clear on the website. Photograph: Getty Images

Minister for Health Simon Harris’s interference in media treatment of alcohol issues feels worse than a hangover. Just over a fortnight ago, it seems (...)

Reality has hit home among Irish consumers that wages are rising and full employment is back. Providing Brexit is sorted without killing the economy, things aren’t so bad after all

Each year for the last several years we have gone to the same location with the children to see Santa Claus: an old manor estate on the outskirts of D(...)

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The problem with the narrative that says a “compo culture” has caused a recent surge in insurance premiums is that it is a ball of smoke fuelled by pr(...)

Writer Christine Armstrong: delivered a feisty speech that sought to “blow up the bullsh*t” that says women can have it all – a perfect home life as well as a perfect career. photograph: maxwells

The integration into the mainstream business and corporate world of ethical or moral issues, such as green concerns or the drive for workplace equalit(...)

RTÉ director general Dee Forbes’s recent PR campaign to jolt the public and politicians into worrying about the broadcaster’s financial future is, by far, the most effective thing she has done

You wouldn’t know it from the feverish tone of some of the recent debate, but RTÉ is not in the midst of an existential crisis. The organisation is no(...)

About 43 per cent of aviation emissions come from the sort of narrow-body aircraft upon which most visitors to Ireland arrive. Photograph: Artur Widak/NurPhoto via Getty Images

As the most senior people in the Irish tourism industry gathered in Croke Park on Monday to discuss Fáilte Ireland’s plans for 2020, the elephant in t(...)

Managers only send out-of-hours emails because staff quickly answer them. We do this because we’re never off the damned devices

Smartphones are a dumb distraction. Most of us have been there: it’s out of hours, you’re at home with your family, but you can’t help checking work e(...)

Mediahuis chairman Thomas Leysen  is a banker, a member of the European Round Table of Industrialists and he has organised meetings of the Bilderberg free markets talking shop. He knows this game.

Wittebroodsweken. It is the Dutch word for honeymoon. And it’s over for Mediahuis, the Belgian-Dutch group that bought Independent News and Media (INM(...)

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