Irish companies have long way to go on gender diversity – Sodexo boss Slattery tells WXN event

Despite recent gains there is still huge resistance to diversity in Irish workplaces, the country’s most prominent LGBT business leader has said.

Merck set to create 70 jobs in Cork facility

Move part of €55m investment in facility, company says

NI economic recovery continues, survey shows

Slow pace boosted by domestic and UK sales in manufacturing and services

David Harney to replace Bill Kyle as CEO of Irish Life

Kyle to retire after three years with Irish arm and 37 years with Canadian parent

Ulster Bank cuts mortgage rates after campaign

A leading bank has agreed to cut its mortgage rates in response to a massive switcher campaign.

Andrews Lane theatre in central Dublin sells for €4.4m

New city centre hotel to include 115 pod-like rooms of between 10sq m and 12sq m

Fake goods now account for 2.5% of global imports

New OECD/EUIPRO study puts value of imported bogus goods at €461 billion for 2013

Exports down 7% in February, as imports rise 9%

Trade surplus declines by 21% from January to February to €3.77bn, CSO data show

400 jobs to be created at new biotech plant in Co Meath

Some 400 jobs are to be created with the expansion of a pharmaceutical company in Co Meath.

Roche family increase stake in NTR Plc after €131.8m buyback

Some 56.6 million shares redeemed by company at a cost of €2.25 per share

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