Barry Kerrigan talks about the highs and lows of working in his family’s butcher business.
In a country as small as Ireland, it pays to be nice when you’re recruiting graduates.
Ex-Dragons Den star and investor Eamonn Quinn talks about why he’d love to have photographic memory.
Leo Varadkar says it ‘makes sense’ – but others argue it will hinder growth in second-tier cities.
We’re all hardwired to tell stories, but for some reason we don’t use them for sales.
Lorraine Gribbons talks about her jump into the hot seat and the difficulties of working out west.
Tropical Popical’s Andrea Horan also talks about why she loves Mondays.
The government is still confident it will bring speedy internet access to rural areas.
Most people don’t multitask – they ‘task-switch’.
An unreadable business plan could cost you dearly.
Peter Flanagan talks about losing his family company during the recession.
Bill Hughes of Mind The Gap Films also talks about why he doesn’t hire ‘sleepwalking’ millennials.
The IMF’s boss says such a measure could help close Europe’s generational divide.
Our brains haven’t been designed to cope with floods of information.
In retirement, men are nearly 40% financially better off than women.
This real estate auctioneer talks about how she battled through the recession.
Coffeeangel’s Karl Purdy shares some words of wisdom for people starting a coffee business.
Some are worried a new scheme could create further demand in the housing market.
Salespeople don’t always meet buyers’ expectations.
This founder left her secure government-backed job to launch a startup in Limerick.