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To say: “Oh dear this pasta is disgustingly soggy” simply draws the guests’ attention to how overcooked it is, which otherwise they might not have noticed. Worse, it then obliges them to say: “But no! It’s delicious.” Photograph: DAVE MEEHAN

Last week I had a drink with a woman who has just landed one of the biggest jobs in her industry. Over a couple of grapefruit negronis she told me she(...)

BT Sport has announced it has won the exclusive UK live broadcast rights for all Champions League and Europa League matches for three seasons from 20(...)

Managing director of Tata Motors Karl Slym: flagged importance of trucks to the automaker’s future. Photograph: Danish Siddiqui/Reuters

Soaring sales and stellar margins at British carmaker Jaguar Land Rover yet again propped up the finances of its Indian parent Tata Motors, as economi(...)

Hollyoaks producers Lime Productions, Being Human makers Zodiak Media and Irish production houses Element Pictures and Parallel Films are among the co(...)

Critics of so-called ethical funds tend to lampoon the concept as one guaranteed to deliver lousy returns to sandal-wearing green types. The UK’s firs(...)

Rehab has initiated legal action against the State and An Post for damages arising from the National Lottery’s dominant market position.The charity g(...)

 Lottery postman Pat Broderick from Kinsale celebrating his lotto win of over €7 million  in 2011. Under the new licensing arrangements, the lottery business is expected to make the next operator between €18 million – €20 million a year after prize payouts, good causes and costs

The awarding of the State’s lottery licence to An Post and UK operator Camelot marks the end of a two-year process to effectively privatise the 26-yea(...)

If the leading bids for the lottery licence fall within 2.5 per cent of each other, a second round of bidding will automatically be triggered.

With the competition for the State’s lottery licence entering its final phase, those vying for the prize will be hoping the Government will not decide(...)

One of the Citywest Business Park office buildings which has just been sold

Two adjoining office buildings rented by international companies at Citywest Business Park in west Dublin have been sold for slightly over the asking (...)

Susan Barry and Jan Quinn of the MACE store in Beaumont  that sold the €94 million lotto ticket in July. The lottery licence is currently up for tender

  The sale of the State’s lottery licence is unlikely to net the exchequer anything like the €400-€500 million originally forecast, acc(...)

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