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While 87 per cent of respondents said they felt positive about the economy, 64 per cent believed there was not enough support  for  struggling  businesses

Difficulty in attracting skilled labour is a key challenge facing Irish entrepreneurs, according to the latest EY Entrepreneur of the Year survey. Alm(...)

Partner lead for the programme Kevin McLoughlin, programme director Sean Duffy and  judging panel chair Anne Heraty. Photograph:  Maxwell’s

Twenty-four companies have been shortlisted across three categories for the 2015 EY Entrepreneur of the Year award. The finalists were selected(...)

Ronan Murphy, senior partner at PwC, said that the increase in fees was “reflective of our recovering economy, continued investment by FDI and, more recently, greater confidence amongst the SME sector”. Photograph: Maxwells

Fee income at Ireland’s Big Four accountancy firms grew to almost € 1 billion in 2014 for the first time, new figures compiled by The Irish Times’ bus(...)

The judges also commended Apple chief Tim Cook who was quoted as saying: “At the end of the day . . . this is a very key day for Apple”, thus combining two empty, clashing phrases. Photograph: The Irish Times

On New Year’s Eve, just before the final judging session of my 2014 Golden Flannel awards, I put out a last-minute plea on Twitter. What were the most(...)

You got 500+ points in your Leaving Cert, aced your accountancy exams, and are well on your way to setting the world of professional services alight. (...)

Patrick Joy from Suretank, winner of The EY Entrepreneur of the year 2013. A survey of 350 contenders in the competition highlight access to funding and skilled talent as being the key challenges facing Irish entrepreneurs. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times

Access to finance and skilled talent are the key challenges facing Irish entrepreneurs according to the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year Entrepreneurshi(...)

The sale of the assets at Doonbeg is to include the resort that contains the Lodge hotel and the golf course, along with six unsold suites.

The general manager of the five-star Doonbeg golf resort in Co Clare said he received six inquiries from overseas investors looking to buy the propert(...)

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