What is the point of merger control? In 11 years, and over 600 deals, Irish regulators have intervened to block four. Some are now asking if this is t(...)

There has been much chatter of late about how it might make sense for the social partnership process to be revived to keep a lid on wage increases as (...)

In addition to the big players, the list includes an assortment of recruitment firms, law firms, engineering contractors and economic consultants.

IBM€44.8 millionThe consulting arm of the technology giant won three separate Irish Water contracts by tender.The first is to deliver the new utility’(...)

 John Tierney, Irish Water Chief Executive, arriving at the meeting of the Oireachtas environment committee today. 	Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times.

The Department of Environment took up to three months to approve €180 million in establishment costs, which included estimated spending on consultants(...)

Christoph Mueller, chief executive officer of Aer Lingus Group Plc, says that confidence could “give way to complacency” now that the Ireland has exited the EU-IMF bailout. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary and his counterpart at Aer Lingus Christoph Mueller might have more in common than their involvement in the Ir(...)

AIB chief executive David Duffy: aired his concerns about Ireland’s ability to continue to attract substantial levels of foreign direct investmentPhotograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times

The issues of loan arrears, capital adequacy and profitability will all “effectively be resolved” in the Irish banking sector in the next two years, a(...)

In the many accounts of the history of the emergence of Ireland from isolation from the late 1950s onwards, the name of Brian Joseph O’Connor, who has(...)

Amentum made a pre-tax profit in 2012 of €873,842, up from €542,279 in 2011.

Dublin-based aircraft management group Amentum Capital Ltd has sold a 25 per cent stake in the business to Tokyo-listed Financial Products Group (FPG)(...)

Employers and employees are increasingly promoting themselves and networking through social media. In a short space of time, LinkedIn has amassed almo(...)

Chinese companies are increasingly emerging as not only outsourcing partners for Western business, but also as competitors to these same businesses, according to Prof Bernard Mahon (above) of NUI Maynooth

The financial crisis has further enhanced China’s importance in the world economy. With that in mind, a group of five Irish third-level institutions h(...)

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