Interviews and Features
Alan McGrath: Surviving and thriving in recession
Alan McGrath gives a guide to managing your business in these turbulent times and says it's time to get real - and get creative.
Business & Finance awards shortlist: Fantastic four
Take a look at the recession-busting contenders for this year's Business & Finance awards.
Business schools: Toppling the MBA myth
Business schools are undergoing self examination and reform in the wake of the economic crisis, writes Patrick Freyne.
Copenhagen: Load of hot air?
Ireland has the potential to become a leading exporter of wind energy but the Government needs to make the right policy decisions, Christian Kjaer tells John Walsh.
Cover Story: Neville Isdell
John Walsh talks to former Coca Cola chief executive Neville Isdell about the dangers of a regulatory backlash and the need for more ethics in business.
Enterprise Ireland: The future of financial services
Kevin Sherry, head of internationally traded services, Enterprise Ireland writes about the positive future of the industry in Ireland
IFSS: Financial gurus hit town
The International Financial Services Summit brought international speakers and world-renowned experts from the financial services industry to Ireland, writes David Elkin.
Interview: Brian Daly
Brian Daly, partner and chairman of KPMG financial services practice, discusses the future of international financial services in Ireland following the Irish Financial Services Summit (IFSS).
Jim O'Hara: A strong bargaining chip
Jim O'Hara hopes to bring more investment from Intel to Ireland. It's a long way from bowling alleys in Cabra West, says Fearghal O'Connor.
Transport: Next stop 21st century?
Is new legislation the beginning of a new era for public transport or yet another false dawn, asks Fearghal O'Connor?