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29.07.2015 In its latest quarterly bulletin, the Central Bank has raised its forecast for GDP growth this year to 4.1pc, which it said reflects a more favourable outlook for consumer and...
29.07.2015 ConnectIreland has appointed its chief operating officer Joanna Murphy as CEO, with immediate effect.
There were two developments that were particularly positive
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The Irish Brokers Association has appointed Joe Gogan as its 26th president
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21.07.2015 Greece has paid out more than €6bn to the European Central Bank and the...
20.07.2015 Accounting Technicians Ireland has appointed Ulster Bank’s Shauna Greely as...
In its latest quarterly bulletin, the Central Bank has raised its forecast for GDP growth this year to 4.1pc, which it said reflects a more favourable outlook for consumer and investment.
ConnectIreland has appointed its chief operating officer Joanna Murphy as CEO, with immediate effect.
The Irish Tourist Industry Confederation (ITIC) has appointed Eoghan O’Mara Walsh as chief executive.
New regulations are being introduced to protect the integrity of three Irish spirit drinks products by ensuring that products labelled as Irish whiskey, Irish poitín and Irish cream are produced on the island of Ireland according to strict technical specifications notified to European Commission.
Dr Tom Collins has been appointed chairperson of the Public Water Forum by Minister for Environment, Community and Local Government, Alan Kelly.
There were two developments that were particularly positive for Ireland’s debt dynamics in the first half of this year – the issue of our first ever 30-year bond and the completion of the early repayment of just over €18bn of Ireland’s IMF loan facility, according to National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) chief executive Conor O’Kelly.
Lorcan Birthistle, who has most recently been chief executive of Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital, Crumlin, has taken over the chief executive role at St James’s Hospital.
The Irish Brokers Association (IBA) has appointed Joe Gogan as its 26th president.
Accounting Technicians Ireland (ATI) has appointed Ulster Bank’s Shauna Greely as its new president.
The Low Pay Commission’s recommendation to increase the national minimum wage by 50c to €9.15 an hour has been criticised by a number of business representative bodies.
Employer organisation Ibec has established a digital economy policy committee and appointed Accenture Ireland’s country managing director Alastair Blair as chair.
Former Bord Gáis boss John Mullins has gone from being at the helm of one of Ireland’s largest companies to running a start-up in a space that is at the cutting edge of how power generation is changing.
Ireland has the eleventh best reputation of out of 55 ranked in the Country RepTrak 2015 study.
Greece’s parliament has voted in favour of the new deal that will secure a third bailout of up to €86bn over the next three years.
Collaborators from Spain, Italy, Germany and Israel have arrived in Ireland for the first Cognitive Networks (CogNet) project meeting.
Nama chief executive Brendan McDonagh has written to Garda commissioner Nóirín O’Sullivan asking her to investigate allegations made against the agency by Deputy Mick Wallace in the Dail today, 15 July.
Niamh Townsend has been appointed as general manager of Dell Ireland five years since she joined the company as technical sales manager for UK small medium business.
Irish Nationwide Building Society (INBS) has admitted to “multiple breaches of financial services law and regulation” and has entered into a settlement agreement with the Central Bank.
Being able to manage oneself well is a vital element in any manager's effectiveness, writes leadership development specialist Lynda Byron.
Greece has been temporarily saved from the brink of bankruptcy after a deal was reached for a third bailout at an emergency EU summit in Brussels last night.
Managing director of Nationwide UK (Ireland) Brendan Synnott reflects on a career in the financial services industry and lessons learned.
Irishman John Hourican, group chief executive officer of Bank of Cyprus, was named banker of the year at the Euromoney Awards for Excellence 2015, which were presented in London’s Natural History Museum last night.
The Greek parliament will vote today on whether to support the latest plan by Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras to secure a bailout.
Tony O’Malley is taking over as the new CEO of IT solutions provider Fujitsu Ireland with immediate effect following Regina Moran’s appointment as CEO of Fujitsu UK & Ireland.
The Oireachtas Joint Committee on Justice, Defence and Equality has proposed reducing the term for bankruptcy from the current three years to just one year.
The Telecommunications, Software and Systems Group (TSSG) at Waterford Institute of Technology is co-ordinating an EU-funded project to help build the global technical infrastructure for a fifth generation (5G) telecommunications network and mobile internet.
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.
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.