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18.04.2014 Queen’s University Belfast’s vice-chancellor, Prof Patrick Johnston has been elected a fellow of the European Academy of Cancer Sciences.
18.04.2014 Anne Buttimer, emeritus professor of geography at UCD has been awarded the 2014 Lifetime Achievement Honors by the Association of American Geographers.
Facebook’s chief operating officer visits social network’s office
Company buys 98MW Hoopeston Wind in Hoopeston, Illinois
Three key texts approved for EU banking union
European Parliament adopts package of research partnerships
Walt Disney and Google have best reputations - 2014 Global RepTrak 100 study
17.04.2014 Former Anglo execs found guilty of providing illegal loans to so-called Maple...
17.04.2014 Former Anglo Irish Bank chairman found not guilty of all charges.
16.04.2014 Q&A with Tanya Duncan, managing director of Interxion.
15.04.2014 AIB has appointed Stephen White as its new chief operating officer.
14.04.2014 Foxrock village plaque honours former resident.
Queen’s University Belfast’s vice-chancellor, Prof Patrick Johnston has been elected a fellow of the European Academy of Cancer Sciences.
Anne Buttimer, emeritus professor of geography at UCD has been awarded the 2014 Lifetime Achievement Honors by the Association of American Geographers.
The Ray D’Arcy Show and its listeners have raised over €500,000 for LauraLynn Ireland’s Children’s Hospice.
Colombian president Juan Manuel Santos has announced three days of mourning to honour the memory of Nobel prize winning author Gabriel Garcia Marquez, who died yesterday afternoon in Mexico City.
Low carbon energy projects around Europe are to benefit from a €2bn funding boost after the sales of 300 million emission allowances.
Minister for housing and planning Jan O’Sullivan TD has announced that 952 vacant local authority homes around Ireland are to be renovated under a €15m funding package.
Patrick Whelan and William McAteer have been found guilty of providing illegal loans to the so-called Maple 10.
A three-year plan to increase the uptake of science, technology, engineering and maths (Stem) subjects at second and third level was launched today by Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton.
Researchers at the Nimbus Centre at Cork Institute of Technology (CIT) have won the gold medal for the most accurate infrastructure free indoor radio localisation and tracking system at a Microsoft sponsored competition at CPSWeek in Berlin, Germany.
The first signs of a possible economic recovery have been seen over the last year, according to the Irish League of Credit Unions (ICLU), which this morning released its latest ‘What’s Left’ tracker.
Former Anglo Irish Bank chairman Seán FitzPatrick was yesterday afternoon found not guilty of all charges against him.
Facebook’s chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg was in Dublin today at the social network’s office.
The text of the Health (General Practitioners Service) Bill 2014 has been approved by Government this afternoon and will now be published and introduced to the Oireachtas.
Tanya Duncan, managing director of Interxion, on getting ahead as a woman in the tech industry, gender quotas and being a positive role model.
Ikea has announced its first wind farm investment in the United States with the purchase of the 98 megawatt Hoopeston Wind in Hoopeston, Illinois.
The first Careers in Biopharma job fair was hosted today by the National Institute for Bioprocessing Research and Training (NIBRT) with 15 companies taking part and recruiting for over 750 open positions.
The first international business women’s conference to be held on the island of Ireland is being held next month in Belfast.
The European Parliament has today adopted three key texts that complete the legislative work underpinning the EU banking union.
The European Parliament has today adopted a package of public-private and public-public research partnerships worth up to €22bn.
AIB has appointed Stephen White as its new chief operating officer.
The Walt Disney Company and Google share the best corporate reputation around the world with consumers, according to the 2014 Global RepTrak 100 study.
Author Sebastian Barry was given an honorary doctorate by The Open University (OU) at its graduation ceremony at Croke Park in Dublin this weekend.
Kieran McGowan has been appointed chairman of investment management company Appian Asset Management.
Northern Ireland Enterprise, Trade and Investment Minister Arlene Foster has this week announced seven new appointments to the board of Invest Northern Ireland.
President Michael D Higgins begins the final day of his State visit to the UK by departing Windsor Castle this morning to travel on to Stratford-upon-Avon and to Coventry.
Ireland’s economic growth is expected to remain strong in 2014 and 2015, with over 3.5pc GNP forecast in both years, according to the latest the ESRI Quarterly Economic Commentary.
Scientists at Tyndall National Institute, Cork, are leading a European research project which will develop a test environment to help create the electronic and photonic devices of the future.
Up to 20 novel medical technologies are expected to be commercialised and 10 spin-out companies created in Ireland over the next five years thanks to a US$16m collaboration between Enterprise Ireland and the Mayo Clinic in the US.
President Michael D Higgins is set to visit a Food Animal Initiative (FAI) farm based in Wytham, Oxford this morning.
Larry Goodman’s ABP Food Group said today that it has become the first company in Ireland to receive triple certification for water, carbon and waste reduction initiatives from the Carbon Trust.
UK-based gaming company GameAccount Network plc, which includes members of the Smurfit family among its main investors, has appointed Seamus McGill as an independent, non-executive director as it seeks to expand its business in the US.
More than €7.2m was returned to the Exchequer during 2012 as a result of actions taken by the Criminal Assets Bureau (Cab), according to the agency’s latest annual report.
President Michael D Higgins today visited the Royal Society and attended an event to celebrate the scientific links between Ireland and the UK.
The Government is set to extend a formal invite Queen Elizabeth and members of Royal family to take part in the 1916 centenary commemorations.
A new national plan on corporate social responsibility over the next three years was launched today by Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton.
The Innovation Academy, UCD has announced that it has appointed Dr Johnny Ryan as executive director.
President Michael D Higgins has met Queen Elizabeth, Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall on the first day of his official State visit to the UK.
President Michael D Higgins has set off on the first official State visit by a President of Ireland to the UK.
Partner in William Fry John Larkin has become the first person in Europe to win the International Law Office Client Choice Award for his work in the insurance sector for the third year running.
Bord na Móna has launched a new landfill gas power plant that will generate enough electricity to power 8,500 homes.
Though many organisations lay claim to being a digital enterprise, only a minority – 20pc – are truly there, according to the sixth annual Digital IQ Survey report released by PwC.
The Irish Cancer Society and Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) are jointly funding a new €7.5m collaborative cancer research centre.
The first ever TEDxFulbrightDublin took place in Smock Alley Theatre on Saturday and took the theme ‘Creativity and Innovation’ ahead of World Creativity and Innovation Week, which begins on 15 April.
C&C Group has appointed Emer Finnan to the group's board of directors as an independent non-executive director with effect from 1 May, 2014.
President Michael D Higgins will be attending the ecumenical service in the Church of St John the Baptist in Clontarf in Dublin on 23 April to commemorate the 1000th anniversary of the Battle of Clontarf.
A new report published by the Government's advisory body on housing the Housing Agency has projected the level of housing needed across the Republic in the next five years.
Dr Margaret Linehan, head of Cork Institute of Technology’s School of Humanities, has been elected chair of the Irish Academy of Management.
Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport Leo Varadkar TD and Minister for Public and Commuter Transport Alan Kelly TD joined chief executive of the National Transport Authority (NTA) Gerry Murphy to launch the NTA’s Integrated Implementation Plan 2013–2018 at the construction site at the Rosie Hackett Bridge, which will take south bound trams across the Liffey when the Luas Cross City opens for operations in 2017.
The MA dispute resolution students at Independent Colleges have announced a free mediation information service for the public, which will be launched on this evening by the Minister for Justice Alan Shatter TD in the college at Dawson St in Dublin.
The current CFO of PCH International, Imelda Hurley will join Origin Enterprises plc as chief financial officer designate in July 2014.
11.04.2014 Ireland’s economic growth is expected to remain strong in 2014 and 2015, with over 3.5pc GNP forecast in both years, according to the latest the ESRI Quarterly Economic Commentary.
26.03.2014 Women account for 20.7pc of members on the boards of FTSE 100 companies, up from 17.3pc in 2013.
27.03.2014 Almost all education leaders in a European-wide survey say they are under pressure to adapt to rapid change, with a quarter of them highlighting augmented reality as one of the technologies able to improve their organisation’s performance.
03.04.2014 Strategic marketing director at Friends First Brian O’ Neill shares his thoughts on the role of corporate social responsibility (CSR) role in creating long-term value within an organisation.