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The blue flags of Leinster rugby. May saw a special event at Leinster Rugby’s UCD training facility highlighting the importance of a relentless focus on developing high performance.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

One of the most valuable aspects of the Great Place to Work programme is the knowledge that resides within the network. This is highlighted each year (...)

A major highlight of the year ahead will be the Great Place to Work Conference in Dublin on September 21st

Great Place to Work hosts numerous events throughout the year. Some of these are onsite events which offer great opportunities to get insights into a (...)

The demand for protein, in the form of dairy and meat, will almost double over the next 30 years. Ireland’s competitive advantages in these foods include its weather and its structure of family farming.

The population of the world’s urban centres will increase by almost 70 per cent between now and 2050. The Earth’s population will by then exceed nine (...)

 Mars  recalled  chocolate products in 55 countries after the discovery of  plastic in a bar produced in a company plant in Holland. Photograph: Sean Gallup/Getty Images

This week millions of Mars, Snickers and Milky Ways were recalled after a customer came across a piece of red plastic in a bar bought in Germany. The (...)

The brands affected here are the ‘funsize’ versions of Mars, Milkyway and variety packs, as well as the 380 gramme boxes of Celebrations.  Photograph: PA

Mars has recalled chocolate bars in 55 countries including Ireland after a piece of plastic was found in a Snickers bar in Germany. The brands affec(...)

Wealth Secrets Of The 1% – How The Super Rich Made Their Way To The Top by Sam Wilkin is priced €18.99

‘The rich are different from you and me,’ F Scott Fitzgerald famously wrote in the 1920s. There has certainly been a fascination with the wealthy over(...)

Fiona Dawson:  has video conferencing facilities at home

Mars is one of the largest and most private food companies in the world. It is owned by its founding family and it goes back over a century to when Fr(...)

Philip J Clarke, who was appointed chief executive of Tesco Ireland less than two years ago, is leaving the role. (Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times)

Phil J Clarke, who was appointed chief executive of Tesco Ireland less than two years ago, is leaving the company. He will be replaced next month by A(...)

Michele Ferrero, the late owner of the Italian confectioner that makes Nutella and other chocolate sweets. Photograph: STR/EPA

Michele Ferrero, Italy’s richest person and owner of the Ferrero Group, maker of Nutella spread and Kinder Surprise chocolate eggs, has died aged 89(...)

Election winner Paul Murphy, now joining Joe Higgins and Ruth Coppinger on the bench behind Sinn Féin and Fianna Fáil.  Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Paul Murphy’s middle-class background and education might seem an unlikely background to being the newly elected TD for Dublin South West, with a soc(...)

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