A Sterling Demand from Business

What we seek is a low cost lending mechanism that can give these struggling businesses some breathing space to help to adjust to the new reality.

The secret life of John Halligan TD

We’ve done our best to find out more about John Halligan T.D., the Junior Jobs Minister or to give him his formal title, Minister of State for Training and Skills.

Boris Johnson and the Dublin Bus drivers

28th June 2016 Viva Las Vegas It took only two days for the UK Brexiteers to be shown up for the charlatans that they are. The rag bag of extreme right wingers, mé féiners, Little Britons and bizarrely some of
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A load of old weathercocks

So a State employee (Howlin) wants to use (mostly private sector) taxpayers’ money to pay more to those State employees.

How to become a movie star

If somebody is looking for you, or your business, they’ll be using a mobile device to find your website and the stats are now showing that your website has to carry short videos

ISME cures egocentrism

6th May 2016 Have a read at these two statements? • Egocentrism is the inability to differentiate between self and other. More specifically, it is the inability to untangle subjective schemas from objective reality; an inability to understand or assume
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How dare you!

22nd February 2016, That’s right. How could you dare not to come to the ISME Spring Briefing Sessions? We’re running these FREE sessions on various dates and in various locations during the coming month, starting this Wednesday, the 24th, and
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Richie Boucher reads Tweets

12th January 2016, We have to be honest and say that it came as a great big surprise to us that the boss of one of Ireland’s pillar banks has the time to read your tweets. Richie Boucher, a nice
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Newspapers will disappear you know

8th January 2016, If you don’t have a website you are invisible. If you are not trading on it you are dying. It’s 2016. What are you waiting for?

AIB and its unpaid debts

Word reaches us that someone has turned up the heat at AIB bank. No, not the office thermostat but the intensity of their pursuit of debtors has gone up a notch or ten in the last few weeks we have been told. Though the rest of us may call it the Season of Goodwill, AIB begs to differ.