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The ITC Group's Eoin Hassett outlines how share schemes can be a valuable tool for any workforce
Gordon Deegan Pre-tax profits at the Brian O’Sullivan-led Zeus Packaging last year increased by 49% to €24.36m as revenues increased sharply.The ...
An economist said the 'figures will prompt some concern among the Cabinet about what lies ahead in the economy'
New Cork location comes on the back of the launch of an Irish fund earlier this year to invest in more than 15 startup software companies across Ireland
The majority of these workers will be offered jobs 'in close proximity to their existing employment' in one of the company’s remaining 230 bookmakers
Shaun O’Connor, senior consultant with Insight Private Clients Ltd, weighs up the pros and cons of the pension investment scheme
As inflation eased, Tesco posted almost £1.4bn (€1.6bn) in sales in the first six months of 2023
Chief executive said he anticipated food inflation would continue to fall in the second half
The company, led by Cork businessman Chris Mee is to create 100 jobs over the next year
Bank of Ireland's Bernard Walsh outlines why seeking professional advice on your pension pot is critical in the cost-of-living crisis
Cork Airport’s passenger numbers increased 12% to 260,000 in September compared to last year, also boosted by rugby fans travelling to France for the World Cup.
The overall investment into the hotel, including the site purchase, will be around €55m and will create 60 new jobs when the hotel is operational.
Budgetary watchdog warns households could take a financial hit for the Government's slow response to climate change
Projections for Ireland based on existing plans show it missing its requirements.
Tech and telecoms service providers continued to see buoyant growth, while businesses in transport, tourism, and leisure contracted for a third consecutive month
The ESRI is predicting a general Government surplus of €8bn for this year followed by €13.2bn next year
Revenues at the family-owned motor retailer increased by 3% from €130.84m to €135.22m despite supply issues in new and used cars
Cork Chamber president Ronan Murray urged the Government to invest more in further and higher education and research institutes to “bridge” the skills gap and aid business growth
LinkedIn chief executive Ryan Roslansky said in an age when job titles were changing rapidly, the company was trying to encourage hiring people whose skills fit the job requirements, regardless of title or education
RepRisk also found that one in three companies tied to greenwashing was also embroiled in so-called "social washing"
Ireland is hugely reliant on foreign multinationals, which have almost doubled their total workforce to 301,000 in the last decade