It will be his first official visit here with Duchess of Cornwall
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24.04.2015 Breege O’Donoghue and Gordon Hardie are to be honoured this evening at the UCD Business Alumni of the Year 2015 awards fundraising dinner at the InterContinental Hotel, Dublin.
24.04.2015 Multilingual international support centre Voxpro has appointed Colm Condon as its new HR director.
It will be his first official visit here with Duchess of Cornwall
Partnership to help encourage young people to learn to code
Chambers Ireland guide also outlines steps for choosing charity partner
He will also join company’s executive committee on 1 July 2015
Former winner Colum McCann is the only Irish finalist
20.04.2015 Ireland’s budget deficit was €1,466m in the fourth quarter of 2014.
20.04.2015 Minister for Jobs on nine-day, seven-city trade and investment mission.
17.04.2015 Prof Bashar Nuseibeh to receive 2015 Distinguished Service Award from the ACM.
15.04.2015 UPC Ireland CEO Magnus Ternsjo features in first of a new Q&A series.
14.04.2015 Former Anglo boss pleads not guilty to 27 charges.
Breege O’Donoghue and Gordon Hardie are to be honoured this evening at the UCD Business Alumni of the Year 2015 awards fundraising dinner at the InterContinental Hotel, Dublin.
Multilingual international support centre Voxpro has appointed Colm Condon as its new HR director.
Minister for the Diaspora, Jimmy Deenihan has launched a campaign to encourage members of the Irish diaspora home to run the SSE Airtricity Dublin Marathon.
Three French naval training ships will pay a courtesy visit to Dún Laoghaire Harbour in May.
Experts from the country’s leading children’s and youth organisations will gather to highlight the vital importance for young people of a ‘Yes’ vote in the upcoming marriage equality referendum on Monday, 27 April, at 9am in Dublin City Council Civic Offices.
London headquartered publishing and education company Pearson said today that its chairman of more than nine years, Glen Moreno, is to step down from the board in the next 12 months.
Essentra, an international supplier of specialist packaging products, has appointed DCC chief executive Tommy Breen as a non-executive director.
A €30m investment, funding 23 major research projects and delivered through the Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) Investigators Programme, has been announced today.
Bank of Ireland has reaffirmed its headline growth forecasts of 4.2pc for GDP and 3.7pc for GNP in 2015.
Over 60 teenagers have attended an event in Leinster House, Dublin as part of the Youth Voice programme, which was the first of its kind in Ireland.
Tourism Ireland’s central marketing director, Mark Henry, has been elected vice-chair of the European Travel Commission (ETC).
Grafton Recruitment has announced the appointment a new senior management team, including Aaron O’Brien as managing director.
Cork Chamber of Commerce elected KPMG Cork’s partner-in-charge Barrie O’Connell as president at its 196th AGM yesterday.
Smurfit Executive Development is running its Executive Edge Day for the fifth time on 30 April at University College Dublin in Blackrock, offering the latest thought leadership and research trends in a variety of management domains.
Prince Charles is to visit Ireland from 19 to 22 May 2015 on his first official visit here with the Duchess of Cornwall.
Ireland’s budget deficit was €1,466m in the fourth quarter of 2014, representing 3.1pc of quarterly GDP, according to CSO figures.
A team of students from Scoil Mhuire Gan Smál in Blarney, Co Cork have won the 2015 Esero Ireland – CEIA National CanSat competition and will go on to represent Ireland at the European CanSat final in Portugal in June of this year.
Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton started a nine-day, four country trade and investment mission to the Gulf region and India yesterday.
Lero’s Prof Bashar Nuseibeh is to receive the 2015 Distinguished Service Award from the US-headquartered ACM (Association for Computing Machinery).
Minister of State for Tourism and Sport Michael Ring has announced a €900,000 investment to support GAA Inter-County Players.
Irishman John O’Keeffe, who’s currently managing director of Diageo Nigeria, is to be appointed president, Diageo Africa and join the company’s executive committee on 1 July 2015.
The shortlist for the Aviation Industry Awards 2015 was announced this week.
Almost seven years on from the global financial crisis a broad-based global rebound remains elusive, according to a new PwC report.
In the first in a new Q&A series, UPC Ireland CEO Magnus Ternsjo focuses on his 25-year career, reflecting on influences, lessons learned and leadership style.
Ten novels have been shortlisted for the 20th International Impac Dublin Literary Award, including TransAtlantic by Irish author Colum McCann, three novels in translation from Brazil, France and Morocco and novels from Australia, Nigeria, the UK and the US.
Sean FitzPatrick has pleaded not guilty to 27 charges.
The Referendum Commission, the independent body set up to explain the referendum proposals, promote public awareness and encourage people to vote, has launched its public information campaign on the facts about the Marriage Referendum and the Age of Presidential Candidates Referendum.
Two students from Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT) have been chosen to represent Ireland in Washington DC this summer as part of the prestigious Washington Ireland Programme (WIP).
Hillary Clinton has put an end to months of speculation by officially announcing her candidacy for the US presidency.
Business leaders across Europe strongly support the EU and want the UK to retain its membership, according to a carried out by conducted by The European Business Awards sponsored by RSM.
Low cost airline EasyJet plc has appointed Andrew Findlay as its next chief financial officer.
The Irish economy will continue to outperform the rest of Europe and is set to grow by 5.4pc this year, according to Ibec.
increasing the economic power of all women in society is a key factor in women reaching and staying on corporate boards, according to a study released this week.
Fianna Fáil has published a Bill to redevelop the Moore St area in Dublin.
Liam Casey, the founder and CEO of Cork-headquartered PCH, has been appointed to the board of California College of the Arts.
Breakthrough research into bowel cancer by Dr Aideen Ryan of NUI Galway has been awarded the European Association for Cancer Research (EACR) Young Investigator Award.
Macra na Feirme – the national organisation for farmers between the ages of 17 and 35 – has this week elected Seán Finan as its 35th national president.
The boards of Lafarge and Holcim have approved the appointment of Eric Olsen as chief executive officer of LafargeHolcim once the merger is complete.
A schedule of the upcoming Private Residential Tenancies Board (PRTB) tribunal hearings is now available to view on the PRTB website.
Governor of the Central Bank of Ireland Patrick Honohan has become the 100th supporter of the 30% Club Ireland, part of a global a movement which aims to reach a 30pc female gender balance on business boards and at executive management level by 2020.
Dunleer-headquartered Suretank, which provides engineered solutions to the offshore oil and gas industry globally, has appointed Mel Fitzgerald as chairman.
Over 80,000 primary and post-primary students will be involved in Tech Week 2015, which is taking place from 26 April to 2 May.
CarTrawler CEO Mike McGearty and New Ireland Assurance managing director Sean Casey have been appointed to the board of Enactus Ireland as their respective companies join as partners of the not-for-profit organisation.
Great leaders spend a disproportionate amount of time playing to their strengths and living their passions and tend not to believe that the best way to progress is by focusing on eliminating their weaknesses.
The Oireachtas Banking Inquiry will conclude its context hearings today when it will hear from John Moran, Jones Lange LaSalle and Marie Hunt, CBRE on issues relating to the nature and functioning of the commercial real estate market in the period prior to 2008.
The Union of Students in Ireland (USI) has launched the USI Student Summit 2015.
Ireland’s GDP will grow by 3.8pc this year and by 3.7pc in 2016, according to the Central Bank’s latest quarterly bulletin.
Ireland’s unemployment rate fell to 10pc in March, down from 10.1pc a month earlier, according to new CSO figures.
In his spare time from doing a full-time MSc in digital marketing at Smurfit Business School and working part-time with EventBrite, Patrick Guiney has spent the last eight months setting up social enterprise Student Slingshot Academy, which aims to give Transition Year students an insight into potential careers by bringing them together with undergraduate mentors. Here, he explains a bit about the venture and its aims.
The Oireachtas Joint Committee on Finance, Public Expenditure and Reform will receive an update on the liquidation of Setanta Insurance today.
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.