In this week's business podcast Laura Slattery discusses the launch of Sky Q with Ciara O'Brien in London and she analyses the latest employment figures with Arthur Beesley.
To ensure our Personal Lifestyle Strategy (PLS) remains at the forefront of innovation in the Irish Defined Contribution (DC) pension market, we undertake an annual review of the overall process and the PLS constituent parts.
Irish Times business journalist and techie Pamela Newenham reports from the Web Summit, where the real business of securing investment and making connections is far more important than quarrels with politicians and overpriced food.
In this podcast Arthur Beesley discusses Denis O'Brien's conspiracy claim with Peter Murtagh and analyses the Digicel IPO with Mark Paul.
Later in the podcast Arthur hears about the latest CSO figures from Eoin Burke Kennedy and examines their meaning for the Irish property market.
Philip Lane beat out over 100 people to become Patrick Honohan's successor as Central Bank Governor. Economic Editor Arthur Beesley joins Ciarán to discuss what expertise the Harvard graduate brings to the table, and how he can manage the institution's transition to normality, its increased regulatory workload and political opposition to that pesky mortgage cap.
In part two Laura Slattery explains why ITV's purchase of UTV is bad news for UTV Ireland, and what it means for TV3 and our continued access to Downton Abbey and Corrie. Plus, who is in the running to become RTÉ's next Director General.
In this edition of Inside Business Ciaran Hancock is joined by Chris Johns and Arthur Beesley to discuss Budget 2016.
Ciaran Hancock and specialist panel discuss what may lie ahead in Budget 2016 which is announced next Tuesday.
How has the Irish turnaround been achieved? Ciarán Hancock discusses with Economics Editor Arthur Beesley, Business Affairs Correspondent Mark Paul and economist Jim Power.