Extracting value from a tough market: How TWM is navigating the commercial property turmoil
New working and shopping patterns plus higher interest rates have altered the commercial property equation, but agents TWM say there are plenty of cash investors. Founders Seán O’Neill and Michele Jackson explain how uncertainty gives their firm an edge.
An interview with Sam Altman: Very plausible but not always correct
The man who leads OpenAI, the artificial intelligence research organisation that is sweeping the world, is on a listening tour of Europe aimed at making his product more acceptable to regulators and the public. Joe Haslam caught up with him.
Munster won. Leinster lost. Ulster imploded. Connacht advanced. What does it all mean for Ireland?
If the IRFU aims to achieve the key targets outlined in their strategic plan, the current squad possesses the potential to bring home the 2023 World Cup trophy. However, this feat will require them to be in impeccable condition - physically, mentally, and strategically.
‘The Context’ with Sinead O’Sullivan: Part four – Chip War by Chris Miller
This book is hands down the best explainer about the world of chips I’ve ever come across, and it really demystifies the complexity of the industry. It is truly astonishing to get such a deep insight into how a handful of people changed the trajectory of our lives forever.
Having lost a test case at the WRC, the liquidators of Debenhams are now taking their case to the Labour Court
A former part-time worker has been awarded more than €2,200 by the WRC on the basis that Debenhams did not begin consultation with workers at the right time or supply information. The decision is being appealed.