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Maurice Levy (left), Publicis chief executive, and John Wren, head of Omnicom, react after the signature of merger documents during a joint news conference in Paris last July.

The proposed $35 billion merger between US-based Omnicom and French rival Publicis has been called off as the challenges in forming the world’s large(...)

Image of the week: And so it begins The dates you need if you want to either book time off to watch a few pitch meltdowns or bury your head under(...)

In one of the most significant high-quality investment sales this year, three office bloc(...)

Click Me I’m Irish: the IDA’s St Patrick’s Day campaign invites LinkedIn members who work for overseas corporations to calculate how connected they are to Ireland

IDA Ireland will be competing for social network users’ attention on St Patrick’s Day this year via a digital tool called “Click Me I’m Irish”,(...)

Chatham Street shops: four of the eight shop units with overhead apartments off Grafton Street which are due to be sold in the next few weeks. photograph: nick bradshaw

Three Dublin office blocks and a row of shops with overhead apartments on Chatham Street, off Grafton Street, are among the latest tranche of inves(...)

Major advertising accounts out to pitch include Irish Life, Bank of Ireland and BMW, but the one with the most immediate deadline is for Iarnód Éirean(...)

Mick O’Keeffe, lining up another goal with Pembroke Communications

Former Shamrock Rovers footballer-turned-spindoctor Mick O’Keeffe is lining up another goal – a buyout of the well-known Dublin public relations compa(...)

Irish International has retained the Road Safety Authority (RSA) creative account with MediaVest retaining the media side of the business. It followed(...)

Comedians Dermot Whelan and Bernard O’Shea are the (blue) faces of the Blue September campaign

If you’re a woman and are only vaguely aware that this is Blue September, then the targeting of the new, month-long cancer awareness campaign is worki(...)

John Hinde postcard of children on a Connemara bog. “A country’s most effective sustainable competitive advantage is one that provides it with a long-term advantage not easily duplicated or imitated by other countries.” Photograph: John Hinde Ireland.

The recent shenanigans about our 12.5 per cent corporate tax rate, unseemly aggressive “tax planning” by powerful and profitable global businesses, an(...)

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