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07.07.2015 Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is to present fresh proposals at an emergency eurozone meeting in Brussels today as he seeks a new bailout deal.
07.07.2015 There was a drop in absenteeism rates and in the cost of sick leave in the public service last year compared with 2014, according to new Department of Public Expenditure and...
Campaign aims to mobilise people to tackle inequality and its causes
Financial services and IT executive to take over in October
And 27pc say they have been called ‘darling’, ‘honey’ or ‘pet’
Crumlin-Kimmage councillor becomes first Sinn Féin mayor for Dublin
Plan aims to create 14,000 new jobs over the next five years
02.07.2015 Agency to hold no T-bill auctions during the quarter.
01.07.2015 Event is happening between 8 and 14 July in Dublin and Cork.
30.06.2015 Rate down from 11.4pc in June 2014, says CSO.
30.06.2015 Dorothea Stuart offers solutions to the top 10 causes of poor public speaking.
29.06.2015 How mediation allows for sustainable outcomes and enables long-term learning.
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is to present fresh proposals at an emergency eurozone meeting in Brussels today as he seeks a new bailout deal.
There was a drop in absenteeism rates and in the cost of sick leave in the public service last year compared with 2014, according to new Department of Public Expenditure and Reform figures.
A new one-day conference called Bloom for Ireland is to be part of the Rose of Tralee Festival this year with the aim of harnessing the power of the Irish female Diaspora from a business perspective.
Regardless of the austerity referendum result and the potential outcome of further EU talks, the Syriza government has already set the Greek economy back years, according to employers’ organisation Ibec.
Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis has stepped down following a landslide ‘No’ vote in a referendum on whether to accept more austerity measures in return for a new EU bailout.
Dr Dara FitzGerald has been appointed to head up the Fulbright Commission in Ireland as executive director.
Emmet Browne, CEO of Nuritas, has joined the board of Alimentary Health as a non-executive director.
Former taoiseach Brian Cowen will appear before the banking inquiry today to answer questions about his time as minister for finance.
The unemployment rate stayed at 9.7pc in June, the same as the revised May rate and down from 11.4pc in June 2014, according to the Central Statistics Office.
Financial services and IT executive Conor O’Brien has been appointed as chief executive officer of the Personal Injuries Assessment Board, which operates as the Injuries Board.
Far too many people in business don’t cut the mustard when it comes to public speaking, writes Dorothea Stuart, who maintains that being able to present in a clear and engaging way is essential for success.
Críona Ní Dhálaigh has been appointed the 346th Lord Mayor of Dublin.
A shift in relationships in the modern working environment, together with increasing employment legislation, have spurred many organisations to look at more appropriate ways of resolving workplace disputes, writes Margaret Bouchier.
The Government has today launched an action plan for jobs for the Midlands area that aims to grow employment by 10pc to 15pc over the next five years, creating 14,000 new jobs.
Greece’s government has reportedly rejected the five-month extension to its bailout programme and €15.5bn in funding offered to the country today by its creditors.
Being made redundant was a factor for just one in 10 people when choosing to become an interim executive, according to a new study.
European Commission secretary general Catherine Day is to retire from her role on 1 September 2015.
Practitioners and academics from 24 countries came together at the recent European Network for Research in Organisational and Accounting Change (ENROAC) conference hosted at NUI Galway.
As the Oireachtas Banking Inquiry continues hearings on the role of the Central Bank and Financial Regulator tomorrow, 25 June, it will hear from Central Bank governor Patrick Honohan.
Announcing the postponement of the sale next month of artworks from Russborough House, Alfred Beit Foundation (ABF) chairman, Judith Woodworth, said up to €15m is needed to ensure the house's long-term financial stability.
New concert regulations are being introduced by the Government.
Garda Commissioner Noirín O’Sullivan, recent White House official for cyber security Howard Schmidt and former director of the US Secret Service Lewis Merletti will be among those addressing the Global Intelligence Forum taking place in Dungarvan, Co Waterford next month.
The sudden closure of department store Clerys in June 2015 raises some interesting corporate governance issues, writes Niamh Brennan, Michael MacCormac Professor of Management at University College Dublin (UCD).
Dublin-headquartered medical device company Mainstay Medical International plc has appointed James A Reinstein as an independent director.
President of Ireland Michael D Higgins has received Dr Elaine Dunleavy, NUI Galway, as the recipient of the Science Foundation Ireland President of Ireland Young Researcher Award (PIYRA) at Áras an Uachtaráin.
More than €2bn was spent on research and development (R&D) by organisations in Ireland in 2013, according to the Central Statistics Office (CSO).
An international economist has said that Ireland and Europe both need a pay rise to stimulate growth and avoid deflation.
The 24th British Irish Council (BIC) summit is taking place in Dublin Castle today and is being hosted by Taoiseach Enda Kenny.
Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Charlie Flanagan is meeting British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond in Dublin this morning to discuss EU and other international issues.
A new research report called ‘The Inside Story', which focuses on the workplace and has been published by corporate communication specialists PSG Plus, has found trust gaps in the Irish workplace.
Consumers worldwide remain overwhelmingly positive about the goodness of milk, understand its nutritional value, but feel variety and convenience are not keeping pace with modern lifestyles and expectations, according to a new study.
Seven new members have been appointed to the board of Bord Bia for the next three years.
The chief executive of the Irish Stock Exchange (ISE), Deirdre Somers has been elected president of the Federation of European Securities Exchanges (FESE) for a three-year term.
PwC has announced the appointment of eight new partners.
The second annual National College of Art and Design (NCAD) Innovation Day has taken place and brought together leaders from business, society and academia to discuss how to drive business and social innovation with creative thinking and design.
Funding of €1.5m is being made available to support 20 new industry-academia research projects through Science Foundation Ireland’s (SFI) industry fellowship programme.
UK food wholesaler Booker Group plc has appointed Stewart Gilliland as non-executive chairman.
The Oireachtas Banking Inquiry is to refer the issue of unauthorised possession of certain documents to An Garda Síochána.
The Oireachtas Banking Inquiry will hear from Tom Considine and David Doyle as part of its nexus phase hearings on the role of the Central Bank and financial regulator today.
Deloitte, in association with Barclays Bank Ireland, has announced the launch of the 2015/2016 Best Managed Companies Awards Programme.
The estate of designer and architect Eileen Gray will receive a special lifetime achievement award at the 17th IDI Design Awards this year.
Tech multinational EMC has developed an innovation platform from its Cork base specifically designed for industrial internet of things (IoT) development, in partnership with Vodafone Ireland.
Chief executive of homelessness organisation Focus Ireland Ashley Balbirnie shares his thoughts following a 35-year career spanning the private and charity sectors.
Group finance director of insurance company FBD Holdings Fiona Muldoon has been appointed to the board of Bank of Ireland as non-executive director.
Twitter's chief executive Dick Costolo is to step down on 1 July after six years at the company to be replaced by co-founder Jack Dorsey on an interim basis.
The winners of the Women’s Executive Network’s Ireland’s Most Powerful Women: Top 25 Awards have been announced at an event attended by 650 people in Dublin’s InterContinental hotel.
NUI Galway has today named the four recipients of its 2015 honorary degrees.
Professionals throughout Europe believe three to five years to be the ideal length of time to stay in a role, according to a recent Robert Walters survey.
University College Cork (UCC) masters graduate Damhan Scully has been given an award for excellence in food microbiology by SuperValu.
Seafood development agency, Bord Iascaigh Mhara (BIM) has appointed Tara McCarthy as chief executive officer.
27.05.2015 Management consultant Frank O’Flynn and NTMA director Frank O’Connor have been appointed to the board of the National Oil Reserves Agency (Nora) by Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources, Alex White.
27.05.2015 UCD and its students contribute €1.3bn a year to the Irish economy and generate more than 8,900 jobs, according to a new report.
21.05.2015 Being a non-executive director is both challenging and rewarding, writes Gary Joyce.