Well, Bill Gates thinks so.
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There are major risks – but also opportunities – for the Irish state in the changing political landscape.
The burden for small firms investing in research should be lifted.
For some it’s a winning formula, but others say office and home life shouldn’t mix.
Businesses in the sector need to regain the public’s trust.
Making the country a good place to do business is particularly important with Brexit looming.
Apartments and houses in London can only be made available for 90 days per year.
Thousands of jobs are at risk in the industry over the coming years.
Some say the country’s track record with overseas firms is ‘enviable’.
Commercial rates have been on hold or fallen in many regions since the recession.
Public expenditure minister Paschal Donohoe wants an even split in senior roles.
The technology is probably best-known for underpinning Bitcoin, but that’s only one application.
Some say firms are better off boosting staff morale with long-lasting presents than money.
Help yourself to a festive dose of schadenfreude.
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Marketers have pumped a record €6 billion into this year’s festive campaign.
A string of companies have pulled ads from right-wing news site Breitbart recently.