Car buyers aged between 18 and 24 have more trust in the motor industry than older generations, a new study has discovered.
Since I have started writing full time, I have not been very good at taking holidays.
Irish people are eating potatoes on average more than three times a week, but millennial consumers are buying them with less frequency than the overall market.
Fontaines D.C’s debut album arrives as a hard-edged antidote to other elements of the Irish music scene, writes Ed Power
Do not, I repeat, do not buy so much as a bunch of tulips. Do you hear me? They will all be reduced the next day and I’ll buy them myself after dropping the kids to school.”
What do women want? A report published in London just in time for International Women’s Day, asked 8,749 women this question.
The dating rules have changed but style guidelines are not so different. And you don’t need to sacrifice comfort to make a killer first impression, says Carolyn Moore
Millennials want to be more involved in the workplace with direct access to the decision makers. But the transition from flexible college deadlines to fixed company targets can be difficult, says Helen O’Callaghan.
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Far from being sensitive snowflakes, many post-Millennials are driven to succeed, says Deirdre Reynolds who talks to four young influencers.
From academic prowess to cutting-edge research, Ireland’s young women are an impressive bunch, writes Niamh Hennessy.
On a recent Saturday night, I spent an hour lecturing some poor man about gender politics — it wasn’t my fault!
A stroll through the two social media platforms has me convinced that the millennials do deserve some of the stick they get after all, writes Paula Burns
Vogue Williams gives Hilary Fennell a glimpse inside her life and head.
You don’t need a Santa’s sack of goodies to transform your look for the party season, writes Deirdre Reynolds.
LCD, Lana Del Rey and a woman in a Santa Hat stood out in Stradbally for Ed Power
Golf hasn’t been part of the Olympic programme since 1904 so you would have expected that the commencement of the men’s golf tournament today would be a time for celebration.
Struggling to communicate with your teen? Suzanne Harrington masters the latest adolescent buzzwords with forensic linguist Allan Metcalfe, author of a new book on the history of slang.
"You speak English, but you can’t even rap, your rhymes are non-existent like my inner thigh gap!”
In this week’s column Kehlan Kirwan looks at what young employees are looking for in their prospective small companies and finds that it’s not all about the money.
Andy Warhol famously said everyone will have their 15 minutes of fame – but the YouTube generation are enjoying 100 hours in the spotlight.
Andy Warhol famously said everyone will have their 15 minutes of fame but the YouTube generation are enjoying 100 hours in the spotlight.
All of the different looks from the last hundred years condensed into a one-minute-long video.
In this timelapse video, we can see the evolution of make-up and hairstyles through the last 100 years.
Consumers are sticking to frugal shopping habits developed in the recession, even as developed economies show signs of recovery, suggesting some behaviour changes could be permanent, say industry executives.
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