DIT also makes top 100 universities under the age of 50 listing
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22.05.2015 UN secretary general Ban Ki-moon begins a three-day trip to Ireland this Sunday.
22.05.2015 While awareness of the importance of gender diversity on boards in Ireland has improved in recent years, women are increasingly reluctant to put themselves forward for board...
DIT also makes top 100 universities under the age of 50 listing
Catholic parish register microfilms to be made available online from July
Irish universities account for 88 places between them
Ulster Bank chief to head up new RBS branch network
David Keens joins board as a non-executive director
11.05.2015 Founder's son to head up the company after AGM on 28 May.
08.05.2015 Ibec CEO Danny McCoy shares some nuggets from his career.
07.05.2015 A new two-stamp set marks centenary of passenger liner's sinking off coast of...
05.05.2015 Vodafone's head of brand operations is new chairperson of the Marketing...
01.05.2015 Patrick Honohan to retire by the end of the year.
UN secretary general Ban Ki-moon begins a three-day trip to Ireland this Sunday.
While awareness of the importance of gender diversity on boards in Ireland has improved in recent years, women are increasingly reluctant to put themselves forward for board positions and continue to face barriers in accessing the boardroom, according to a new report from the Institute of Directors (IoD).
The panel of technology leaders taking part in the PCH Hardware Hackathon at DCU Innovation Campus this weekend has been announced.
A researcher at the Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland has presented breakthrough research which should lead to increased effectiveness of chemotherapy in the treatment of brain tumours.
John Treacy has today been announced as the first CEO of Sport Ireland.
Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall arrived at Shannon Airport earlier and are now at their first engagement at NUI Galway.
Unilever chief financial officer Jean-Marc Huët is leaving the company at the beginning of October and will be replaced by Graeme Pitkethly, who is currently executive vice president of the Unilever UK and Ireland business.
Alimentary Health, DCU and Xilinx were named the winners of the 2015 US Ireland Research Innovation Awards at the American Chamber of Commerce annual dinner in the DoubleTree by Hilton on Friday evening.
Twenty-four companies have been named as finalists for this year’s EY Entrepreneur Of The Year programme.
Eircom has today announced the appointments of Huib Costermans as group chief financial officer and of Erik Slooten as chief information officer.
The National Institute for Bioprocessing Research and Training (Nibrt) said today that Dominic Carolan is to succeed Dr Reg Shaw as its CEO.
Ireland has been ranked twelfth in an index of human capital published this week by the World Economic Forum (WEF).
Gary McGann is to take over as chairman of Paddy Power on 30 June 2015.
Margot Slattery, managing director of Sodexo Ireland, talks about her career, key influences and business philosophy, and about why she believes a 'Yes' vote in the marriage equality referendum is important for Ireland.
The IRFU has won its bid to host the Women’s Rugby World Cup 2017. The decision was announced this afternoon by governing body World Rugby.
Ireland has been ranked the 19th in a new World Economic Forum (WEF) index of the world's most tourist friendly countries.
Grants of €7m are to be made available to 450 post-primary schools to help them implement the design and communication graphics (DCG) curriculum.
Entrepreneur, journalist and broadcaster Margaret Ward is going to speak at the next it@Cork ‘Women in Tech’ event, which is taking place in the Clarion Hotel, Cork on 20 May.
Realex Payments, the company founded in Ireland in 2000 by Colm Lyon and sold to Global Payments recently for €115m, has appointed Gary Conroy as managing director.
Mincon’s chief technical officer Joe Purcell is to take over as chief executive after the company’s AGM on 28 May.
Stobart Air has announced three new appointments to its senior management team.
Ed Miliband has resigned as leader of the Labour party, while Nick Clegg has stepped down as leader of the Liberal Democrats and Nick Farage has resigned as UKIP leader following the results of yesterday’s UK general election.
British Prime Minister David Cameron and his Conservative Party have won a solid victory in the country's general election.
Chief executive of employers’ organisation Ibec Danny McCoy shares some nuggets from his career which includes broad experience of academia, economics and membership of boards.
Ireland has climbed one place to eighth position in the 2015 Innovation Union Scoreboard of the 28 EU member states.
David Cameron looks set to remain as UK Prime Minister, while his Conservative party is now expected to secure a small overall majority.
Initiated in 2013 by Irish schools involved in the Blue Star programme, primary school children throughout Ireland will once again ‘shake hands across Europe’ to mark Europe Day on 9 May 2015.
Google has regained the title of ‘most reputable organisation in Ireland’, followed by Boots, Kellogg’s, Bord Bia and Volkswagen making up the top five, according to the annual Ireland RepTrak 2015 study.
Cork Chamber has announced that Cork City is in the process of applying for the Purple Flag award with a planned application being submitted in July 2015.
UCD Straight Talking Science, a one-day communications training workshop for researchers, has taken place at University College Dublin (UCD).
The Oireachtas Banking Inquiry will hear from former Ulster Bank executives Michael Torpey and Robert Gallagher, as well as hearing from former bank economists John Beggs, Pat McArdle and Dan McLoughlin as part of its nexus phase public hearings today, 7 May.
American Chamber of Commerce and IDA Ireland have launched a new campaign today aimed at attracting talent into Ireland.
The Institute of Certified Public Accountants annual conference 2015 is taking place on Friday, 22 May 2015 at the Killashee House Hotel, Naas.
Group chief executive of Bank of Ireland Richie Boucher and former group chief executive and director of Ulster Bank Cormac McCarthy will appear before the Oireachtas Banking Inquiry as part of its nexus phase public hearings today, 6 May.
Prof Alan Barrett is to be the next director of the Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI), succeeding Prof Frances Ruane who has been director since 2006 later this year.
Researchers from the Nimbus Centre at Cork Institute of Technology (CIT) have secured €1.5m in EU funding as part of the development of two international projects.
Vodafone Ireland’s head of brand operations Paula Murphy has been appointed chairperson of the Marketing Institute of Ireland (MII).
Information and communications technology (ICT) offers enormous opportunities for the agriculture sector globally and Ireland can lead the way in this new revolution, a conference in Kilkenny heard today.
Barry Devereux has started his new role as chairman of McCann FitzGerald today.
The Central Bank has announced that its governor Patrick Honohan will retire by the end of the year.
Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton TD, Silicon Republic’s Ann O’Dea and Cpl’s Anne Heraty have been awarded fellowships by the Irish Computer Society (ICS) for their contributions to the ICT sector in Ireland.
Tony Smurfit is to take over as group CEO of Smurfit Kappa following the retirement of Gary McGann on 31 August 2015.
Christoph Mueller is taking up the position of CEO at Malaysia Airlines today, 1 May, having left the same role at Aer Lingus and stepped down from the board of Tourism Ireland.
Former European Bank Central Bank (ECB) president Jean Claude Trichet has denied he stopped the Irish Government from burning bondholders during the financial crisis.
DCU has risen 17 places to 75th in a new league of the world’s top universities under the age of 50.
Irish entrepreneurs could be better off setting up their businesses in the UK or the US because of the unfair tax treatment here, according to Brian Purcell, the newly elected president of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants in Ireland (CPA Ireland).
Russian food retail chain O’Key Group said today that its CEO and chairman, Kerryman Tony Maher, is to step down from his executive to concentrate more on the group's strategy.
The National Library of Ireland’s complete collection of Catholic parish register microfilms is to be made available online for free later this year.
The standardised unemployment rate in April 2015 remained at 10.0pc, according to figures released today from the CSO.
Ten Irish universities are featured in the fifth edition of the QS World University Rankings by Subject, which has been released today on TopUniversities.com.
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.