Cllr Christy Burke begins role as the honorary admiral
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28.07.2014 In the first of a regular series, UCD’s Prof Niamh Brennan explains what the term corporate governance means.
28.07.2014 US multinational EMC, which employs more than 3,000 people in Ireland, has today announced the appointment of Irish executives Aidan Trindle and Bill O’Connell to senior roles...
Cllr Christy Burke begins role as the honorary admiral
National Consumer Agency finds €421 difference in quotes on 3-bed Cork bungalow
Philip Clarke stepping down after profit warning
Robert Pitt to head up Independent News & Media
Digital marketing initiative highlights individual regional centres
22.07.2014 First Irish Maritime Forum Cork City Hall on Friday 26 September 2014.
21.07.2014 Tesco Ireland to donate to communities around each of its 146 stores.
21.07.2014 Ciaran Rohan to lead Association of Higher and Civil Public Servants.
18.07.2014 Christoph Mueller to leave the airline in May 2015.
17.07.2014 Nominated projects are valued at a total of €7.1m.
Services provider Aramark Ireland has promoted Thomas Mulryan to the position of chief financial officer (CFO).
In the first of a regular series, UCD’s Prof Niamh Brennan explains what the term corporate governance means.
US multinational EMC, which employs more than 3,000 people in Ireland, has today announced the appointment of Irish executives Aidan Trindle and Bill O’Connell to senior roles with significant responsibility within the company.
Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton TD has made a statement following President Barack Obama’s mention of Ireland’s tax regime in a statement yesterday.
A licensed vaccine has been recommended for use with people at risk of meningococcal group B meningitis and septicaemia infection (MenB) following a long campaign to have it approved.
US president Barack Obama has named Ireland in a speech criticising American companies that relocate their headquarters to other countries where corporate tax rates are lower to avoid taxes in their home country.
New measures to promote gender equality on State boards have received Government approval.
Carton House Hotel and Resort in Co Kildare has appointed a new general manager and director of sales and marketing – Adrian McLaughlin and Monica O’Byrne, respectively.
A national health innovation hub with the potential to support hundreds of new companies will be established in 2014, the Government has announced on publishing the 10th Action Plan for Jobs Quarterly Progress Report.
While Irish CEOs are significantly more confident in the economy and in their own businesses than they were last year, a large majority see the increasing tax burden, rising labour costs and the availability of key skills as key threats to this growth, according to PwC's 2014 CEO Pulse Survey, which was launched today.
Six High Court judges have been named judges designate of the new Court of Appeal.
Property Industry Ireland (PII), which represents all sectors of the Irish property industry, today submitted its pre-Budget submission containing a series of recommendations to increase housing supply, alleviate homelessness and promote employment in construction.
Ireland’s national open data portal, developed by Insight Centre for Data Analytics, NUI Galway was launched today by Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Brendan Howlin.
The Central Bank of Ireland has appointed Gabriel Fagan as chief economist.
The recently elected Lord Mayor of Dublin Cllr Christy Burke has received the admiral’s hat from Dublin Port Company chairperson Lucy McCaffrey at a ceremony to mark the commencement of his role as the honorary admiral of Dublin Port.
The chairman and chief executive of the Port of Cork Company have announced that the first ever Irish Maritime Forum will be held in Cork City Hall on Friday, 26 September 2014.
Ciaran Rohan has been appointed as general secretary of the Association of Higher and Civil Public Servants (AHCPS).
The Alimentary Pharmabiotic Centre (APC) has launched two new free apps that allow children to explore the human gastrointestinal tract in a fun format.
An estimated 88,000 spectators turned out to see Ireland’s biggest air show in Bray, Co Wicklow, yesterday, 20 June, with the event being live-streamed through www.AerTv.ie for the first time in its history.
Tesco has announced the appointment of Unilever executive Dave Lewis to replace Philip Clarke as chief executive on 1 October 2014.
Kevin Wright has been appointed as site director of skin healthcare company Stiefel in Sligo, which means that all five GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) businesses in Ireland are now led by Irish people.
The ombudsman for children Emily Logan is set to become the first chief commissioner of the Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission.
Aer Lingus said today that Christoph Mueller is to step down as CEO and director of the company in May 2015.
One hundred new recruits are to enter Garda College in Templemore to commence their training in early September 2014.
The Irish Hospice Foundation (IHF) has launched a pilot scheme to allow people plan for end of life digitally.
The Government should introduce a universal scheme of mortgage insurance in Ireland for high loan to value mortgages, according to a new report by economist Jim Power on the Irish housing market.
Ireland’s competitiveness has improved across a range of indicators over the past number of years, according to the National Competitiveness Council’s (NCC) annual benchmarking report, ‘Ireland’s Competitiveness Scorecard 2014’.
Dublin City Council has this evening issued a statement on the ongoing Garth Brooks concerts fiasco.
The new Minister for Children and Youth Affairs James Reilly has announced that Judge Yvonne Murphy will chair the Commission of Investigation into Church-run mother and baby homes.
In the second day of the hearings into the Garth Brooks fiasco the Oireachtas Committee has been told that the Garth Brooks concerts can go ahead if a judicial review happens today.
The Digital Hub Development Agency (DHDA) has announced the appointment of Gerry Macken as its interim CEO.
The winners of cloud security firm Trend Micro’s ‘What’s Your Story?’ competition for students have been revealed.
The European Parliament today elected Jean-Claude Juncker as president of the new European Commission.
A total of eight backbenchers have been promoted to Junior Minister status in the latest Government reshuffle.
Relatives of the leaders of the 1916 Rising are backing the Government decision to restore four houses on Moore Street and honour the area with a commemorative centre in time for the centenary.
Independent News & Media has appointed Tesco exec Robert Pitt as its new group chief executive officer.
The data released today by the Insolvency Service of Ireland raises a number of major concerns and proves that the insolvency system is not fit for purpose, according to the Irish Mortgage Holders Organisation (IMHO).
Non-profit organisation Cork Foundation is hosting an event which will bring female entrepreneurs from the US and Ireland together - the first of its kind in Ireland.
The new Minister for the Environment, Alan Kelly, has called for a “period of calm engagement” regarding the Garth Brooks concerts licence controversy and has said he will not be intervening in the process.
Research carried out by Bank of Ireland Life and online parent resource Schooldays.ie has found that 99pc of parents want their children to progress to third-level education but 55pc have yet to start saving for it.
Women in G20 countries will have to wait 75 years to earn as much as men, according to an Oxfam report published today.
Former group chief executive of Alliance & Leicester plc Richard Pym is to be the new chairman of and non-executive director at AIB, joining the board on 13 October this year.
President of the Irish Medical Organisation (IMO) Professor Trevor Duffy has called on the new Minister for Health Leo Varadkar to seize the opportunity to work with doctors on delivering a health service which is patient focussed, evidence-based and properly resourced.
The new Cabinet has been officially unveiled by Taoiseach Enda Kenny in the Dáil.
The Cabinet reshuffle in currently underway with an offical annoucement expected at around midday.
Slips, trips and falls were by far the main cause of public liability accidents, with compensation totalling €44m awarded in 2013, according to figures released by the Injuries Board today.
Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) has today launched a new programme aimed at attracting the world’s top research talent to the seven Irish universities.
Details of the reshuffled Cabinet are expected to be announced later this morning.
The Croke Park Community and Handball Centre has issued a statement saying it has deliberated on the ongoing crisis surrounding the proposed Garth Brooks concerts.
Tesco confirmed today that it has appointed Alan Stewart as chief financial officer. Stewart has been CFO at Marks & Spencer since 2010.
05.06.2014 Fundraising campaign aims to secure continued support to the people of Haiti.
27.06.2014 Dr Michael Smurfit has been presented with the Irish Exporters Association’s (IEA) Gold Medal award at an event in the Convention Centre in Dublin.
02.07.2014 Completely new magnetic material could "revolutionise" how data is stored.
The creation of the alloy of manganese, ruthenium and gallium, known as MRG, was led by Prof Michael Coey, an Amber principal investigator from Trinity’s School of Physics.
24.06.2014 Nick Johnson is replacing Jill Ross as managing director and vice president (VP) customer development for Unilever Ireland.