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22.09.2014 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.
22.09.2014 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.
The Dáil returns from its summer break today
The Galileo board will receive the ‘Design in Ireland’ award
Significant opportunities for Irish economy - Ibec
Ireland’s score rises two points to 119 in HSBC index
Merrion Sq event to celebrate council's role in supporting Ireland’s arts scene
17.09.2014 Joint MD of Cara Group to give top tips on successfully marketing a business.
17.09.2014 But greater diversity and transparency needed - Iod in Ireland survey.
16.09.2014 Irish companies make it to Energy Awards 2014 final.
16.09.2014 Vast majority of substances gone since Montreal Protocol in 1987.
16.09.2014 Performance of Ireland’s universities overall declines.
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).
Details of the second annual Global Cork Economic Forum, which takes place on Wednesday, 1 October in City Hall, Cork, have been announced by the newly appointed Cork City Council chief executive Ann Doherty and Tim Lucey, Cork County Council chief executive.
The performance of Ireland’s universities overall has declined in this year’s QS World University Rankings.
A multidisciplinary research conference is being held at the Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI) today, 16 September 2014, highlighting a range of current disability policy issues in Ireland.
A Dublin-based space technology company called Skytek has launched a new space weather division to help companies manage the threats posed by space weather phenomena such as solar storms.
Delegates representing Ireland’s credit unions are gathering in Enfield, Co Meath to mark 25 years of overseas support by Irish savers for developing countries.
President of Ireland Michael D Higgins has officially opened a major extension of Teach Mhuire in Gardiner St in inner city Dublin.
Pharmalytics - a team that developed and prototyped a connected pharmacy fridge device - was last night named the winner of Ireland’s first dedicated Hardware Hackathon.
EU finance ministers have given their support to Ireland’s early repayment of parts of its IMF loans, Finance Minister Michael Noonan said on Saturday.
Britain will hunt down those responsible for the murder of aid worker David Haines and bring them to justice, no matter how long it takes, Prime Minister David Cameron said yesterday.
Hollywood actor and Ballymena native Liam Neeson told Ian Dempsey in an interview this morning on Today FM that former Democratic Unionist Party leader Dr Ian Paisley was an inspiration to him.
A new technology centre focused on pharmaceutical manufacturing has been launched, adding to the 15 State-supported technology centres established to date jointly by Enterprise Ireland and IDA Ireland.
Former Democratic Unionist Party leader Dr Ian Paisley has died at the age of 88.
The Pendulum Summit returns to Dublin in January 2015 with Deepak Chopra confirmed as keynote speaker.
Policy-makers, businesses and public service providers must respond promptly to emerging digital trends, according to the Digital Ireland Forum, which took place today in The Convention Centre Dublin.
Businesses are facing the most diverse work environment that the world has ever seen with five different generations working together, across geographies — each with different skills, experiences and work habits, according to a new study by Oxford Economics and SAP.
The president of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants in Ireland (CPA Ireland) Cormac Fitzgerald has called on the Government to take steps to cut rising costs that are threatening competitiveness and the viability of businesses surviving on the thinnest of margins.
The Reputations Agency and Reputation Institute have announced that Ireland has been ranked in 13th position by the general public across the G8 nations, out of 55 countries surveyed in the annual Country RepTrak study.
The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) will fund and facilitate the delivery of 4,500 new house and apartments over the next 18 months (up to end 2016) and is progressing sites through the design and planning process with a potential to deliver up to 25,000 residential units in sites linked to debtors of the agency, according to its CEO Brendan McDonagh.
Ultan Courtney has been appointed chairman designate of Dublin Bus for a three year period.
Ireland needs to rethink its role in the global economy and capture more value from fast growing markets, according to a new report from McKinsey & Company.
The future technology requirements, procedures and standards for space exploration to be deployed on the International Space Station (ISS), will be discussed by a group of International astronauts, scientists, academics and technologists next week in Dublin.
Xilinx corporate VP and global chief information officer Kevin Cooney has been honoured with the Innovation Value Institute’s 2014 Leader in IT Value Award.
Independent News & Media said today that its CFO for the last two years Eamonn O’Kennedy is leaving the group in December.
EY has announced the appointment of seven partners to its Irish business, bringing the total number of partners to 57.
Newstalk 106-108 fm has become the first station in Ireland to bring ‘Ted Talks’ to radio listeners with a new show due to be broadcast from 14 September.
As expected, former minister for the environment Phil Hogan has been named by Jean-Claude Juncker as the EU Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development.
Dublin City Council and Age Friendly Ireland are launching the Dublin City Age Friendly Strategy today in City Hall.
European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker is expected to name former minister for the environment Phil Hogan as the EU’s next agriculture commissioner later today.
An Taoiseach Enda Kenny has addressed a luncheon in Dublin to mark 30 years of Guaranteed Irish, Ireland’s symbol for Irish manufactured goods and services.
Anne O'Dwyer, managing director of Duff & Phelps Ireland, shares her thoughts on leadership, gender quotas and a changed business environment.
Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Brendan Howlin has said that the upcoming Budget will be “broadly neutral”.
Racehorse trainer and breeder Jim Bolger has been awarded an honorary of doctor of science degree by University College Dublin.
Immigrant support centre Nasc is to deliver pilot anti-racism training to 20 gardaí in Cork this Thursday (11 September).
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.