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Irish co-founder of comes clean on making it in business
Being a woman should be no restriction, says entrepreneur Jules Coleman
The Irish Times - Business
Pilita Clark: When drinking at work is a good thing
A US experiment backed up the idea that being mildly sloshed makes one more creative
The Irish Times - Business
Two-thirds of employers fear gender pay gap revelations will hurt their reputations
Mercer study finds companies are yet to conduct pay audits ahead of reporting law
The Irish Times - Business
Dublin office space pipeline suffering ‘stark’ slippage
Just half of office construction due by end of 2021 likely to be delivered, says Savills report
The Irish Times - Business
Electricity Exchange to double headcount as it targets turnover of €10m
Limerick-based smart grid operator to move to larger premises to grow R&D output
The Irish Times - Business
Rugby’s Pro14 celebrates as revenue doubles to €20m-plus
Tournament plans further expansion after new media rights deals
The Irish Times - Business
Circle K launches €500,000 special offers scheme to mark rebrand from Topaz
Canadian group Alimentation Couche-Tard begins to roll out new brand of forecourt stores
The Irish Times - Business
Summer spirits lift for consumers and businesses
Housing, inflation and Brexit create the biggest clouds in otherwise upbeat outlook
The Irish Times - Business
Free tech on offer to block out extremist messages
New technology has been created that will allow governments across Europe to track and block extremist internet content. - Business RSS Feed
Share watch: Look at bigger picture on Cineworld's USA takeover
As a business, cinema-going seems to defy gravity. Over the decades, its demise has been confidently predicted. When television arrived doomsayers thought the jig was up. Instead, the movies prospered. Multiplexes sprouted up everywhere and attendances boomed. The latest threat to a 'night at the movies' is the internet, amid fears that with Netflix and Amazon, it may snaffle the market. But none of this seems to be happening, or not to the extent that the pessimists believed. - Business RSS Feed
2018's property awards open for entries
As it enters into its fourth year, the KPMG Irish Independent Property Industry Excellence Awards is acknowledged as the beacon for excellence in the property sector. - Business RSS Feed
Firms fear fallout from pay gap audits
A survey of 67 large companies in Ireland shows most are concerned about the reputational risk of forced gender pay gap reporting, while a majority have yet to assess whether a discrepancy between male and female pay even exists. - Business RSS Feed
Office construction pace slows as banks apply brakes
Tough funding constraints by the banks continue to keep a lid on speculative developments in the office sector, according to a new report by property agents Savills. - Business RSS Feed
Macron and Ross to address OECD event
French President Emmanuel Macron and US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross are among the speakers at the 2018 OECD Forum taking place tomorrow and Wednesday in Paris. Key themes at the forum will be international co-operation, inclusive growth, and digitalisation. - Business RSS Feed
Bibby seeks Irish FX licence for EU market post-Brexit
Specialist SME lender Bibby Financial Services has applied for an Irish licence to operate a foreign exchange (FX) service, with a view to passporting from here into the rest of the European Union. - Business RSS Feed
Bombardier bets on Global business
Bombardier is beefing up its range of Global business jets as the Canadian aerospace giant bets on a sustained recovery in high-end business travel. - Business RSS Feed
Opec and Russia change tack with plan to open oil floodgates
OPEC is changing course. For the past year-and-a-half, the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) and producers like Russia have diligently stuck to agreed oil supply cuts. - Business RSS Feed
Business This Week: results, indicators and meetings
Thursday’s Future Scope event set to attract 1,200 attendees and 120 speakers
The Irish Times - Business
US companies block 500 million Europeans rather than deal with GDPR
F or some of America's biggest newspapers and online services, it's easier to block half a billion people from accessing your product than comply with Europe's new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). - Business RSS Feed
Gina London: How to resolve conflict and win battles without fighting
By the time you read this column, after weeks and weeks of emotional debates, dramatic posters and billboards, and heated conversations, the big vote will be over. - Business RSS Feed
Australia the battle ground for airlines as Ireland looks east
For a man who's facing even stiffer competition in the coming fortnight, Enda Corneille is looking remarkably relaxed. - Business RSS Feed
What's the best way to position myself to take fresh opportunities and escape a rut?
Q I have worked in engineering for eight years now and, while I love the sector, I feel like I have been stuck in a rut at my company. I want to progress further in my career, but I feel that if I don't make a change myself it will never happen for me. I hear about all the opportunities in the engineering sector but I am not sure how I should approach making that step change. - Business RSS Feed
Getting boots on the ground is the key to success in Italian market
Two months after Italy's fraught general election, the IMF's World Economic Outlook delivered positive economic news for the country. The report indicated that Italy's 2017 growth rate of 1.5pc was its fastest since 2010, with growth projected to remain stable this year. - Business RSS Feed
Amazon: why Alexa recorded and shared couple's chat at home
Amazon said a series of miscues picked up by one of its voice-activated Echo speakers during a couple's private conversation resulted in the chat being recorded and sent to one of their acquaintances without their knowledge. - Business RSS Feed
Tech entrepreneur creating a global buzz with beehive-monitoring apps
The huge importance of bees to our food supply certainly seems to be one of the lesser-known facts about agriculture. We know they make all our honey, but how can such small creatures also be responsible for so much of the food we consume? - Business RSS Feed
Sneaky scams that could trick you into parting with thousands
Fraudsters are tricking Irish people into parting with thousands of euro - sometimes tens of thousands - ,while some Irish businesses have been stung for hundreds of thousands. The growing sophistication of fraudsters mean scams have become harder to spot, and therefore easier to fall for. Technology too is arming conmen with the information they need to create convincing scams. - Business RSS Feed
Investors asked to talk to in fundraising push
Maximum Media, the media company behind and, has embarked on a significant fundraising drive, the Sunday Independent understands. - Business RSS Feed
Goodbye, infernal GDPR emails
I bring good tidings - there is light at the end of the tunnel. I'm talking about those incessant emails asking you to "keep in touch" or warning you that "action is required" if you want to "keep hearing" from them. - Business RSS Feed
Builders set for legal fight as farmers get vacant site reprieve
The Government's vacant-site levy is set to face legal challenges from disgruntled housebuilders after Housing Minister Eoghan Murphy appeared to accede in part to farmers' demands to remove them from the controversial measure. - Business RSS Feed
Bricks and mortar key to building brand
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