It has been argued that a mix of backgrounds and genders helps boost innovation.
Major firms in Ireland are missing out on fresh opinions because of their lack of diversity at the top.
Drinks lobby groups say the tax is a ‘major threat’ to the industry.
But despite the headwinds, the sector has a lot to be proud of in Ireland.
Wow Air recently said it will suspend its Cork-to-Reykjavik service.
The Minister for Social Protection has been called on to develop an auto-enrolment system.
The country is straining under infrastructure problems, from housing to water, schools and hospitals.
Three key takeaways from this year’s 21-day race.
The state agency was blocked from the compulsory purchase of a Kildare farmer’s property.
The Minister for Finance recently said he planned to follow through on an improved SME scheme.
Ireland has one of the highest evasion rates in Europe.
MEP Brian Hayes says the government would generate €1 billion if it sold its stake in Bank of Ireland.
Uber’s chief executive was ousted after a damning account of sexual harassment at the company.
A similar scheme was recently introduced by the UK’s Tory government.
Once the profession made do with quill and ink, but now it’s dealing with technologies like AI.
The tax relief for first-time buyers is under review.
Fine Gael leader Leo Varadkar wants to scrap a saving scheme due to commence in 2019.
‘Half-baked’ business ideas led Pat Phelan to shutter a €25m investment fund.
There’s a lot more to be gained by collaborating with young firms rather than being threatened by them.
Workers in the Department of Health are not.