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Twenty years on since she opened her buisness nearby, The Merrion is still top of designer Louise Kennedy’s lunch list. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Breakfast or lunch, fast or formal? Busy business people on where they meet to eat. Louise Kennedy Fashion designer and businesswoman Favourite mee(...)

‘Looking back on my younger self, I would probably focus even more on learning from both successes and failures and not sweat the small stuff!’ Siobhan Talbot, managing director, Glanbia

‘Don’t sweat the small stuff’ Siobhan Talbot, managing director, Glanbia To me, leadership is about creating an open, engaging environment where peo(...)

Frequent travel can be stressful, so make it less so with theses tips.

Noise cancelling headphones, Netflix and Fast Track boarding. Frequent business travellers have all the tips on how they’ve learned ways to make busin(...)

“The staff all know me by name and that makes for a nice start to the day,”says Louise Stokes, owner Loulerie jewellery, of Balfes Restaurant at the  Westbury Hotel. (Photograph: Kenneth O Halloran/The Irish Times)

Forget lunching at length, a working breakfast won’t interrupt the workflow and starts the day on a positive note. We talk to five business people abo(...)

Playground Global’s privacy booths allow teams discuss sensitive or confidential matters.

For years, the tech worker’s cool surroundings were as much a part of a company’s lure as its generous remuneration packages. But, as brightly coloure(...)

The group of entrepreneurs, CEOs - and singers - at the Artesa winery in Napa Valley.

What do you get when you bring more than 80 Irish entrepreneurs together on a week-long retreat? Some great learning experiences, plenty of networking(...)

Francesca McDonagh’s appointment as group chief executive of Bank of Ireland, while not quite levelling the playing field, will go at least some of the way towards addressing the imbalance. Indeed Ms McDonagh has previously hit out at the lack of women in top jobs in the fi nancial services world, telling a UK newspaper in 2016 that it can be “quite isolating” to be the only woman in the room.

Pepsi’s Indra Nooyi; IBM’s Ginny Rometty; General Motors’ Mary Barra. Or closer to home, how about Apple’s Cathy Kearney or Microsoft’s Cathriona Hal(...)

As Dublin vies with Luxembourg, Frankfurt and Paris to woobankers, insurers and fund managers from London as the UK prepares to exit the European Union, Ireland is widening its pitch to “Brexit Plus”. (Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / THE IRISH TIMES)

As Dublin vies with Luxembourg, Frankfurt and Paris to woo bankers, insurers and fund managers from London as the UK prepares to exit the European Uni(...)

TOP 1000 companies reported gross sales of a staggering € 489bn in their most recent financial years – far in excess of the income Ireland as a country is generating.

The UK’s vote to leave the European Union; the election of Donald Trump as US President on a protectionist ticket; the introduction of new tax rules a(...)

Chipolo enables you to find your belongings by sound, see them on a map or use community search to recover lost items.

If there is one thing that technology has done, it has made it easier to work wherever, and whenever, you want. The days of being chained to your desk(...)

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