Network Ireland marking International Women's Day with a focus on harnessing opportunity in changing times
Event to focus on harnessing opportunity in changing times
27.02.2015 The impact of the potential withdrawal by Britain from the EU is the focus of the annual British Irish Chamber of Commerce Conference, which is being held in the Clyde Court...
27.02.2015 The Oireachtas Banking Inquiry has agreed the first tranche of witnesses for the nexus phase.
Event to focus on harnessing opportunity in changing times
Northern Ireland golfer to lead Europe team at Hazeltine in the US in 2016
Barratt Developments chairman and former Exel CEO to replace Richard Broadbent
Chief strategy and planning officer Stephen Kavanagh to take over on 1 March
But trade surplus down 4pc to €35,484m - CSO figures
19.02.2015 Alan Banks to manage Europe, Middle East and Africa operations.
19.02.2015 Lucinda Riches is to join board from 1 March 2015.
18.02.2015 James Kehoe named chief financial officer at food giant.
18.02.2015 Economic outlook expects unemployment rate to fall to 8.8pc in 2016.
18.02.2015 Google head leaving on 30 April after 10 years with the company.
Fuels and convenience retailer Topaz has received a special laureate award to mark its tenth year of being recognised as one of the Best Workplaces in Ireland.
Ireland has maintained an overall grading of C+ for satisfaction with life in Ireland, according to a report released by philanthropic organisation Community Foundation for Ireland.
The impact of the potential withdrawal by Britain from the EU is the focus of the annual British Irish Chamber of Commerce Conference, which is being held in the Clyde Court Hotel in Dublin today.
The Oireachtas Banking Inquiry has agreed the first tranche of witnesses for the nexus phase.
CRH said today that as part of its board's planned renewal process, John Kennedy and Dan O'Connor will step down as directors at the conclusion of the AGM on 7 May 2015.
Ex Paddy Power executive Shane Murphy has been appointed as marketing director with responsibility for EMEA at retargeting platform AdRoll in Dublin.
Christine Ourmières is stepping down as CEO of CityJet, the Dublin-headquartered airline said today.
The 2015 Edelman Trust Barometer has placed Ireland second from the bottom in a league table measuring levels of trust in 27 countries.
Ireland has been ranked ninth of the 28 EU member states in the European Commission’s latest Digital Economy and Society Index (DESI).
A newly launched free-to-access website aims to help Irish voters gain a better understand how the government works.
A new conference that aims to help position Ireland as a global innovation hub by 2020 will hear from speakers from some of the country’s leading multinationals, universities and government agencies at the Aviva Stadium tomorrow.
Deloitte has launched the 2015 Top Technology Talent Competition for a fifth year seeking innovative ideas from college students on how technology can solve a business problem.
Smurfit Executive Development at the UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School is accepting applications for a new diploma course starting in April focused on strategic growth in the dynamic life sciences sector.
The Children’s Rights Alliance will launch its 2015 report card at an event to be held in the European Parliament Office, Molesworth St Dublin, on 23 February.
Lissadell House in Co Sligo is to be the venue for a special celebration to mark the 150th anniversary of the birth of WB Yeats on 13 June 2015.
Irish Continental Group plc (ICG) has appointed David Ledwidge as chief financial officer.
Science is about observing and experimenting. It’s about exploring unanswered questions, solving problems through curiosity, learning as you go and always trying again.
Falls Action (www.falls.ie), which provides a comprehensive and objective falls prevention service, has announced the opening of three Falls Action Centres of Excellence in Dublin and in Limerick.
Lucinda Riches is to join the board of CRH plc as a non-executive director from 1 March 2015.
Kraft Foods Group has appointed Irishman James Kehoe as chief financial officer and an executive vice president.
Darren Clarke will captain Europe in the 2016 Ryder Cup at Hazeltine in the US.
In its latest quarterly economic outlook, Bank of Ireland has reiterated its forecast from October last of 4.2pc GDP growth in 2015. The outlook also predicts growth of 3.8pc for 2016, and shows the unemployment rate falling to 8.8pc.
The Ibec CEO conference 'better business by design' is set to take place on 4 March.
Tesco has appointed John Allan, chairman of Barratt Developments and former CEO of Exel, as its next chairman.
John Herlihy is leaving Google Ireland on 30 April after 10 years with the company.
Harnessing opportunity in changing times is the focus of Network Ireland’s annual celebration event to mark International Women’s Day on 6 March.
The Joint Committee on Transport and Communications will meet today at 5pm when it will hear from representatives of Aer Lingus and Aer Lingus Regional (operated by Stobart Air) on the possible sale of the Government stake in the company.
Aer Lingus has named its chief strategy and planning officer Stephen Kavanagh as its next chief executive officer (CEO).
At the Financial Services Ireland (FSI) annual dinner at the InterContinental Hotel in Dublin on Friday, incoming chair and head of State Street Ireland Susan Dargan set out her plans for the next two years.
John Corr has been appointed to the role of commercial distribution director for Friends First with overall responsibility for the account management team within the commercial division.
The Department of Finance has appointed William Fry as its legal advisor for potential capital restructuring actions and other related matters regarding the State's investments in AIB.
Greece has agreed to talk to its creditors about negotiating the terms of its international bailout.
More than 1,000 female students in Co Cork have taken part in a new initiative called ‘I Wish’, which aims to highlight careers in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM).
Willie Walsh, CEO of International Airlines Group (IAG), has stated that in event of his company buying out Aer Lingus, the 23 Heathrow slots could continue to be owned and utilised by Aer Lingus.
The Oireachtas Banking Inquiry today considered a design for public hearings for the nexus phase of the inquiry.
A quarter of employees in a survey are more motivated than they were this time last year, with 86pc saying they are either ‘very motivated’ or ‘motivated’ in their jobs.
A survey conducted for Engineers Week by Engineers Ireland has found that 70pc of respondents, who are mostly parents, don’t know what STEM stands for in relation to education.
The Government has launched a new five-year, €250m strategy aimed at accelerating regional jobs growth.
IAG CEO Willie Walsh is to appear before the Oireachtas joint committee on transport and communications this Thursday to answer questions on the potential sale of Aer Lingus.
Prof John FitzGerald will appear before the Oireachtas Banking Inquiry as it continues its public hearings tomorrow, 11 February 2015.
Irish Continental Group (ICG) has appointed Andrew Sheen to the position of managing director of its Irish Ferries division.
Hume Brophy has unveiled its European parliamentary team for the 2014–2019 mandate.
Some 353 clients associated with Ireland held around US$3.5bn in accounts with the Swiss branch of HSBC, according to documents contained in the Swiss Leaks project.
University of Limerick (UL) has been appointed by Minister for Business and Employment, Ged Nash to carry out a study into the prevalence and impact of zero hour and low hours contracts following a competitive tender.
IT management software provider SolarWinds has been named Cork Company of the Year.
The National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) said today that it has completed the second tranche of early repayment of Ireland’s IMF loan facility.
Hundreds of events will be taking place around the country from next Sunday, 8 February, to highlight the possibilities a career in engineering can offer with a particular emphasis on getting more women involved.
On 12 February, the European Committee of the Regions (CoR) will begin a new five-year term gathering its new members together in Brussels for the first time.
A survey of around 350 senior Irish executives has revealed that 83pc feel there would be negative consequences for the Irish economy if the UK were to exit the EU, with 36pc believing this is likely to happen over the next five years.
The number of jobs advertised in Q4 2014 in Ireland increased by 26pc compared with the previous year, according to the latest Robert Walters European Job Index.
19.08.2014 Female managers aged 40 or more in the UK earn 35pc less than their male counterparts, according to new research published by the CMI (Chartered Management Institute).
22.08.2014 Businesses globally are moving towards more socially and environmentally sustainable practices because it makes good financial sense, according to new research from Grant Thornton.
22.08.2014 Being a non-executive director is both challenging and rewarding, writes Gary Joyce.