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#Feature

# feature - Yesterday’s News

From Business ETC The global tax world is shifting and it might not be good news for Ireland - what comes next? Feature

The global tax world is shifting and it might not be good news for Ireland - what comes next?

The state is staring down the barrel of a new tax reality, one that could cost the Exchequer billions.

# feature - Friday 18 October, 2019

From TheJournal.ie Michelin stars are like an 'international avalanche' for restaurants. Then the food coma kicks in Evolution Of Food

Michelin stars are like an 'international avalanche' for restaurants. Then the food coma kicks in

Fine-dining eateries still grapple with skills shortages and rising labour costs.

From TheJournal.ie Revolut and N26 rocked Irish banking. Now their competition is coming to town Future Of Finance

Revolut and N26 rocked Irish banking. Now their competition is coming to town

Bunq and Raisin recently entered the market, which already has some big players.

# feature - Sunday 13 October, 2019

From Business ETC Michelin stars are like an 'international avalanche' for restaurants. Then the food coma kicks in Evolution Of Food

Michelin stars are like an 'international avalanche' for restaurants. Then the food coma kicks in

Fine-dining eateries still grapple with skills shortages and rising labour costs.

# feature - Saturday 12 October, 2019

From Business ETC Revolut and N26 rocked Irish banking. Now their competition is coming to town Future Of Finance

Revolut and N26 rocked Irish banking. Now their competition is coming to town

Bunq and Raisin recently entered the market, which already has some big players.

# feature - Thursday 10 October, 2019

From TheJournal.ie Talent, funding and evolving threats: Inside Ireland's ever-changing cybersecurity scene Feature

Talent, funding and evolving threats: Inside Ireland's ever-changing cybersecurity scene

Fora catches up with various players in the ecosystem to survey the lay of the land.

# feature - Sunday 6 October, 2019

From Business ETC Talent, funding and evolving threats: Inside Ireland's ever-changing cybersecurity scene Feature

Talent, funding and evolving threats: Inside Ireland's ever-changing cybersecurity scene

Fora catches up with various players in the ecosystem to survey the lay of the land.

# feature - Thursday 3 October, 2019

From TheJournal.ie The return of the tech IPO? Euronext is hoping for an upturn in public floats with Ireland in its sights  Feature

The return of the tech IPO? Euronext is hoping for an upturn in public floats with Ireland in its sights 

Fora was on board as a group of Irish tech companies headed to Rotterdam to explore market options.

From TheJournal.ie When it comes to Ireland's sustainable energy, creating simplicity could prove complex Feature

When it comes to Ireland's sustainable energy, creating simplicity could prove complex

The government has some ambitious targets for 2030 – but industry has plenty of work to do.

# feature - Sunday 29 September, 2019

From Business ETC When it comes to Ireland's sustainable energy, creating simplicity could prove complex Feature

When it comes to Ireland's sustainable energy, creating simplicity could prove complex

The government has some ambitious targets for 2030 – but industry has plenty of work to do.

# feature - Saturday 28 September, 2019

'Tradition in our area,' a family affair and starring in 20 of 38 in-a-row county title wins

Michelle Ryan continues to lead the line for Waterford’s ever-dominant Ballymacarbry.

From Business ETC The return of the tech IPO? Euronext is hoping for an upturn in public floats with Ireland in its sights  Feature

The return of the tech IPO? Euronext is hoping for an upturn in public floats with Ireland in its sights 

Fora was on board as a group of Irish tech companies headed to Rotterdam to explore market options.

# feature - Thursday 26 September, 2019

From TheJournal.ie 'This is absolutely existential': Inside Dublin Airport's fight for growth Feature

'This is absolutely existential': Inside Dublin Airport's fight for growth

The airport has experienced a breakneck upswing. Now it is fighting regulatory challenges to keep up.

# feature - Saturday 21 September, 2019

From Business ETC 'This is absolutely existential': Inside Dublin Airport's fight for growth Feature

'This is absolutely existential': Inside Dublin Airport's fight for growth

The airport has experienced a breakneck upswing. Now it is fighting regulatory challenges to keep up.

# feature - Friday 20 September, 2019

From TheJournal.ie From bikes to roast duck: The Irish businesses jumping at an incoming EU-Vietnam trade deal Feature

From bikes to roast duck: The Irish businesses jumping at an incoming EU-Vietnam trade deal

Some see the agreement as a beacon of hope amid Brexit and the US-China trade war.

From TheJournal.ie 'It's all about your story': How companies decide the right time to float on the public markets Feature

'It's all about your story': How companies decide the right time to float on the public markets

Euronext recently launched the latest edition of its IPO Ready programme.

# feature - Monday 16 September, 2019

From Business ETC Your crash course in... Apple's appeal against the EU's €13bn Irish tax case Feature

Your crash course in... Apple's appeal against the EU's €13bn Irish tax case

The tech giant’s rebuttal against taxes in Ireland will be heard by judges on Tuesday.

# feature - Sunday 15 September, 2019

From Business ETC From bikes to roast duck: The Irish businesses jumping at an incoming EU-Vietnam trade deal Feature

From bikes to roast duck: The Irish businesses jumping at an incoming EU-Vietnam trade deal

Some see the agreement as a beacon of hope amid Brexit and the US-China trade war.

# feature - Saturday 14 September, 2019

Hazard makes bright debut cameo as Madrid lift early pressure on Zidane

Madrid almost squandered a three-goal lead, but the Belgian’s debut offered cause for optimism.

From Business ETC 'It's all about your story': How companies decide the right time to float on the public markets Feature

'It's all about your story': How companies decide the right time to float on the public markets

Euronext recently launched the latest edition of its IPO Ready programme.

# feature - Friday 13 September, 2019

From TheJournal.ie 'Out of our control': How cross-border companies are trying to prepare for a no-deal Brexit Feature

'Out of our control': How cross-border companies are trying to prepare for a no-deal Brexit

Some businesses close to the border have already changed their supply base in recent months.

# feature - Sunday 8 September, 2019

'I looked at my mother, she was in bits. I was like, 'Will you pull yourself together, woman!''

Galway’s camogie and ladies football teams are facing into two big All-Ireland final Sundays, and Sarah Dervan is delighted to lead the senior camógs.

# feature - Saturday 7 September, 2019

From Business ETC 'Out of our control': How cross-border companies are trying to prepare for a no-deal Brexit Feature

'Out of our control': How cross-border companies are trying to prepare for a no-deal Brexit

Some businesses close to the border have already changed their supply base in recent months.

# feature - Thursday 5 September, 2019

From TheJournal.ie Streaming giants are cornering the entertainment industry - what's in it for Ireland? Feature

Streaming giants are cornering the entertainment industry - what's in it for Ireland?

With Apple, Disney and HBO entering the game, there’s more opportunity and competition than ever.

# feature - Saturday 31 August, 2019

From Business ETC Streaming giants are cornering the entertainment industry - what's in it for Ireland? Feature

Streaming giants are cornering the entertainment industry - what's in it for Ireland?

With Apple, Disney and HBO entering the game, there’s more opportunity and competition than ever.

# feature - Friday 30 August, 2019

‘I repeated my Leaving Cert and got 270 points. So to step out as Ireland’s number one was mind-blowing’

David Forde reflects on his Ireland career, retirement, completing his Master’s degree and his father’s passing.

# feature - Sunday 25 August, 2019

From Business ETC The globe is warming - and so is pressure on companies to disclose climate risks to investors Feature

The globe is warming - and so is pressure on companies to disclose climate risks to investors

More companies are reporting their emissions and targets to investors.

# feature - Saturday 24 August, 2019

‘Five foot eight, underweight and f*****g great’: Remembering Man United’s penalty specialist from Cabra

In the 1970s Ireland midfielder Gerry Daly took 17 penalties for Man United and missed only one.

# feature - Sunday 18 August, 2019

From Business ETC 'The fundamentals have never changed': How travel agents are surviving the internet era Feature

'The fundamentals have never changed': How travel agents are surviving the internet era

Despite the online competition, the traditional trade is still a multimillion-euro industry in Ireland.

# feature - Saturday 17 August, 2019

From Business ETC Lero is trying to re-shape how we think about software and its social impact Feature

Lero is trying to re-shape how we think about software and its social impact

The Limerick-based research centre’s work touches on everything from digital health to driverless cars.

# feature - Friday 16 August, 2019

The Irish team aiming to end their two-year wait for a league win

Kilkenny United chairman Shane Murray is optimistic about the club’s future in spite of a disappointing season.

# feature - Sunday 11 August, 2019

From Business ETC Ireland's electric vehicle future is facing a chicken-and-egg problem Feature

Ireland's electric vehicle future is facing a chicken-and-egg problem

Registrations of EVs have increased the last six months but charge points are playing catch up.

# feature - Saturday 10 August, 2019

From Business ETC 'Researchers work almost like a jeweler': Inside the Tyndall National Institute Feature

'Researchers work almost like a jeweler': Inside the Tyndall National Institute

Behind the scenes at the Cork research centre, where cutting edge tech is applied to real world issues.

# feature - Sunday 4 August, 2019

From Business ETC How Irish businesses are cashing in on the 'pet humanisation' boom Feature

How Irish businesses are cashing in on the 'pet humanisation' boom

The ‘pet parenting’ phenomenon has helped create a multibillion-euro industry.

# feature - Saturday 3 August, 2019

From Business ETC How Amber is pushing materials science further into the green and sustainable age Feature

How Amber is pushing materials science further into the green and sustainable age

The Trinity-based research centre works with heavy-hitters in electronics and healthcare.

# feature - Sunday 28 July, 2019

From Business ETC 'The seven-nights-a-week drinker is gone': How Irish pubs are attracting a new clientele Feature

'The seven-nights-a-week drinker is gone': How Irish pubs are attracting a new clientele

Issues like harsher drink-driving penalties and cost of business are also having an impact on pubs.

# feature - Saturday 27 July, 2019

From Business ETC No commuting and casting a wider talent net - why businesses are opting for remote working Feature

No commuting and casting a wider talent net - why businesses are opting for remote working

Irish industry experts and business people weigh in on the pros and cons of the ‘smarter way’ to work.

# feature - Tuesday 23 July, 2019

'It would have been disappointing to come out with nothing - but we still have to win in Castlebar'

Donegal’s captain fantastic Michael Murphy saved the day with a last-gasp free against Kerry. But it’s all about the next day.

# feature - Sunday 21 July, 2019

From Business ETC Peer-to-peer lenders are answering Ireland's call to help with the housing crisis Feature

Peer-to-peer lenders are answering Ireland's call to help with the housing crisis

The alternative financial providers offer insight into the demand in Ireland for this kind of lending.

# feature - Saturday 20 July, 2019

From Business ETC The ads industry watchdog is still fielding dozens of complaints about influencers Feature

The ads industry watchdog is still fielding dozens of complaints about influencers

The ASAI says the volume of objections shows a high level of awareness of ‘transparency requirements’.

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