John Callaghan retiring as senior independent director
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01.10.2014 For today’s business leaders, disruption through encouraging your team to blaze a new trail is often more important to commercial success than guiding the team along a familiar...
01.10.2014 Michael Dowling has today been appointed chairman designate at Kerry Group to succeed Denis Buckley, who is retiring from the board at the end of the year.
John Callaghan retiring as senior independent director
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Image of water fleas wins 2014 UCD Images of Research Competition
01.10.2014 Inaugural ranking of Ireland's social media users politics and policy.
30.09.2014 Oliver Daniels to lead €75m SFI funded research centre.
29.09.2014 The highest increases to come in high-tech sector - Mercer report.
30.09.2014 Jay Bregman will be keynote speaker at ISA Software Industry Awards on 21...
For today’s business leaders, disruption through encouraging your team to blaze a new trail is often more important to commercial success than guiding the team along a familiar path, according to leading business strategy consultant Dr Trish Gorman.
Michael Dowling has today been appointed chairman designate at Kerry Group to succeed Denis Buckley, who is retiring from the board at the end of the year.
A revised model for ministerial appointments to State boards was approved by the Cabinet at a meeting yesterday afternoon.
John Callaghan is to retire from the Glanbia board as a non-executive director, senior independent director and chairman of the audit committee with effect from 1 December 2014.
DCC’s chairman for the last six years, Michael Buckley, retired from the company’s board today.
Google has revealed that The Open University has been ranked as the No 1 European university and No 3 in the world in its worldwide search rankings.
Security software company Trend Micro, which has an EMEA centre in Cork, has signed a three-year deal with international police organisation Interpol in an effort to combat cybercrime.
Oliver Daniels has been appointed CEO of the €75m SFI funded research centre, the Insight Centre for Data Analytics.
Dublin is experiencing a serious housing shortage, according to the first publication on Ireland’s stock of residential properties commissioned by GeoDirectory.
The great majority of executives around the world – 94pc – say management of their company is prepared to make significant decisions about the strategic direction of their business, but barely one-third relied primarily on data and analytics when they made their last big decision, according a new survey report by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), sponsored by PwC.
Houses in a former unfinished development in Bandon, Co Cork are to be made available to 24 families on Cork County Council’s housing waiting list through a partnership between national co-operative housing provider Nabco and Nama.
Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Charlie Flanagan, is meeting United Nations secretary general Ban Ki-moon today ahead of his keynote address to the UN General Assembly on this afternoon.
Ireland is now the fifth highest personal income tax jurisdiction in the EU, according to a report published by Ibec called ‘Debunking Irish income tax myths’.
Herb Hribar is stepping down as CEO of Eircom and the group’s chief financial officer Richard Moat has been appointed as acting CEO with immediate effect.
Dublin tech firm Espion has appointed a former Ericsson director, Roger Fitzpatrick, as head of research and development (R&D).
The Joint Committee of Inquiry into the Banking Crisis has submitted a detailed proposal for the inquiry to the Committees on Procedure and Privileges (CPP) of Dáil Éireann and Seanad Éireann.
The Pendulum Summit has announced the addition of Jack Black, Patrick Coveney and Willie Walsh to its line-up.
DCU Centre for Family Business has hosted a family business workshop ‘The Family Business: Moving from mine, to ours, to theirs’ for Irish family-owned businesses with multi-generational involvement or who are planning next generation involvement in the near future.
An image of water fleas taken by research technician Karl Gaff in the UCD School of Biology and Environmental Science has been selected as the overall winner of the 2014 UCD Images of Research Competition.
AIB has announced the retirement of Thomas Wacker as a non-executive director on its board.
Around 400 people attended the Institute of Directors' autumn lunch in the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel- Burlington Road today.
University College Dublin (UCD) has signed a co-operation agreement with the University of California, Davis (UC Davis) to further develop education, research, innovation and cultural links between the two institutions.
The National Paediatric Hospital Development Board has appointed BDP to design the new children’s hospital on the St James’s Hospital site in Dublin 8.
GlaxoSmithKline plc (GSK) said today that RBS chairman Sir Philip Hampton is joining its board as a non-executive director from 1 January 2015.
‘Efforts & Ideals: Prints of the First World War’ has opened in Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane.
Irish architects Sheila O'Donnell and John Tuomey have today been announced as the 2015 recipients of the Royal Institute of British Architecture’s Royal Gold Medal.
The Joint Committee of Inquiry into the Banking Crisis today agreed a proposal for submission to the Committees on Procedure and Privileges of Dáil Éireann and Seanad Éireann.
More than 40 organisations will be in the RDS next Monday to highlight over 400 job vacancies and give career advice at the Back to Work masterclass and jobs expo.
The Oireachtas committee tasked with preparing a detailed proposal for the banking inquiry is to meet in private at 10am this morning.
John Mullins, former CEO of Bord Gáis, and Ian Marchant, ex-CEO of SSE, have invested in Climote and been appointed to the Irish home technology company’s advisory board.
Ciara Judge, Émer Hickey and Sophie Healy-Thow were last night named the overall winners at the Google Science Fair in California.
Leading Irish companies are meeting for the first time today in Dublin to discuss how they can support transgender employees in their workplaces.
Tesco’s new chief financial officer, Alan Stewart, is to take up his position today, more than two months ahead of his planned start date.
Details of a new petition being organised by the National Adult Literacy Agency (Nala) and calling for plain English to be used by Government have been unveiled in Dublin.
Prof John Flood has been appointed to the newly created McCann FitzGerald Chair of International Law and Business at University College Dublin’s Sutherland School of Law.
Andrew Hetherington is Business to Arts’ new chief executive, having been promoted from project director, a position he has held at the organisation since 2007.
The Restaurants Association of Ireland (RAI) today launched its pre-Budget submission 2015 entitled ‘A Progressive Plan to retain current effective measures in Government, maintain and grow employment in the restaurant industry, and sustain economic competitiveness in Ireland’.
Dublin has a minimum housing unit requirement of over 35,000 units between now and 2018, but current granted planning permissions for just 26,000 units, resulting in a shortfall of a minimum of 9,000 units, according to a new report on the housing supply capacity in the capital.
Ties between the west of Ireland and the Boston area have been deepened as the newly elected Mayor of the most Irish city in the US Marty Walsh began his Irish ‘homecoming’ with a business breakfast – his first official engagement on his visit – at Shannon Airport.
Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht Heather Humphreys met has with the chairpersons and directors of the 11 cultural institutions under her aegis.
Scotland has voted against breaking away from the United Kingdom in an historic referendum.
CEO of Dawn Farm Foods Larry Murrin has been announced as the new Ibec president.
Tyndall National Institute and Waterford Institute of Technology’s Telecommunications Software & Systems Group (TSSG) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) that will seek to draw down €82m of funding available through the EU’s Horizon 2020 programme and create 10 spin outs.
RSM Farrell Grant Sparks International Network RSM has won the International Accounting Bulletin (IAB) ‘Network of the Year’ Award.
Leinster Rugby and Ireland player Devin Toner has been appointed a non-executive director of Enactus Ireland.
The Dáil returns from its summer break today.
LinkedIn has announced today the return of ‘Bring In Your Parents Day’ on Thursday, 6 November 2014 after research revealed that one in three parents don’t know what their children do for a living.
The Irish Archives Resource (IAR), represented by a voluntary group of professional archivists, has launched an information flyer in the National Archives about Ireland’s only archive web portal, to mark its expansion and the provision of access to hundreds of unique archival collections.
The first Irish designed and developed microchip, the Galileo board, will receive the ‘Design in Ireland’ award at the Irish Technology Leadership Group's (ITLG) 7th Annual Silicon Valley Global Awards at Stanford University on 8 October.
Four out of five (81pc) directors believe corporate governance standards in Ireland have improved in recent years, while 71pc believe directors and boards have learned from governance failings of the past, according to research issued today by the Institute of Directors in Ireland (IoD).
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.