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Life is not easy for employers, with Brexit preparations, adverse currency movements, hikes in input costs, and an ever-increasing range of demands in the field of compliance.
Two Irish companies are disrupting the events space with innovative technology.
In the past few weeks we have seen both the threat, and then the deferral, of two taxes. Though very different in appearance, were either primarily designed to raise money?
The European Commission was given the green light last week to begin talks with the US on agreements to enable tariffs on industrial goods to be slashed by €26bn.
Avis, Europcar, Enterprise, Hertz and Sixt all commit to greater price transparency for EU consumers
'>John Hearne reports on a welcome move by big car rental firms to ensure greater price transparency for European consumers
'>As the incoming Chair at it@cork, Anthony O’Callaghan is well qualified for the challenge, having spent four years as vice chairman alongside his predecessor, Caroline O’Driscoll, who steps down as chair in next month.
'>Cork business innovation hub Republic of Work (ROW) has celebrated reaching its second birthday in Cork.
'>Executives from some of Ireland’s leading family-owned firms shared their insights at KPMG’s recent family business event in Crawford Gallery, Cork.
FOTA Wildlife Park has consistently developed its offering to schools and third level institutions by presenting complementary programmes covering both the theoretical and practical requirements of the education syllabus.
The latest moves in the world of business.
One of the country’s leading economic commentators, Alan McQuaid, stepped down this week from his job as chief economist at Cantor Fitzgerald in Dublin.
From tomorrow, Ulster Bank customers will be charged every time they use their card.
The new board set up to improve banking culture is "rigged" in favour of the lenders and not customers, one of the industry's biggest critics has claimed.
Protections for mortgage holders will dramatically diminish if the sales of non-performing loans to so-called "vulture funds" continues, campaigners have claimed.
'>The Crann Centre Ltd, a registered Irish charity, with a state-of-the-art centre in Ovens, Ballincollig Cork has appointed Padraig Mallon as chief executive.
'>Bus Éireann has recently launched a recruitment campaign to hire bus drivers in Dublin, Cork, Limerick and Galway.
THE 12 participants in Rubicon Centre’s 2019 New Frontiers programme were inspired at this week’s awards ceremony by guest speaker Peter Coppinger’s unique business journey.
'>The number of passengers travelling through the main Irish airports has risen by more than 6%.
Jet Airways was once India’s largest airline.
'>LogMeIn Inc. has officially opened its new international headquarters in the Reflector Building on Dublin's Grand Canal Dock.