Some think the Leaving Cert needs an overhaul. Others say it develops good habits.
The Dublin-based outfit has acquired Gobo, which has worked with giants like Microsoft.
Businesses are ‘overwhelmingly negative’ about the potential fall-out – but they aren’t planning ahead.
One Irish company folded suddenly this year after it failed to meet its targets.
Over the last six months, the shortage of accommodation has really hurt SMEs like ours.
But one major operator says bricks-and-mortar firms are simply ‘unable to take competition’.
The fintech firm believes people are ready to turn their backs on the traditional banking sector.
The retailer sanctioned the sales assistant for posting about the dispute on Facebook.
A final, high-stakes exam kills any appetite for lifelong learning.
The Irish Air Line Pilots’ Association claims the length will stop DAA from developing new routes.
One of the brothers behind the Dough Bro’s pizzeria talks about their journey so far.
Liquidators were only appointed to the ‘seriously insolvent’ group last month.
Toy shop Hamleys recently moved out of the district because its business was ‘no longer viable’.
The troubled retailer has had a falling out with its warehouse operator.
The Scandi carrier’s local unit reported a loss of $445 million in 2017.
As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile Dan Kelly’s Cider.
The dispute in relation to the Patrick Street outlet has spanned several years.
That’s according to figures from database Construction Information Services.
The pharma giant will shut down the skincare plant over the next three years.