A survey has revealed that 42% of Irish office workers believe that a physical office will be unnecessary in the next five to 10 years.
The survey also found that 43% of Irish workers expect all or part of their roles to be automated within the next five years.
Some of Ireland's leading companies have agreed to significantly cut their carbon emissions between now and 2030.
According to a new study, over half of respondents (52%) say that their business will fail within five years if they do not introduce new workplace technology.
Japanese tech firm Ricoh is to more than double its Irish workforce with a new Dublin headquarters.
Almost 70% of Irish people say they are willing to pay more for goods if they know it comes from a responsible company.
Stephanie Meadow kept the Royal Portrush bandwagon rolling at the weekend as she claimed the Ladies’ British Open Amateur Championship title, the first Northern Ireland player to do so since Maureen Madill lifted the trophy at Nairn 33 years ago.
Japan's Nikkei 225 fell today amid a stronger yen and signs of a slowing US economy, while other key Asian stock indexes were closed for a public holiday.
World stocks rose today amid growing optimism that European leaders will approve aggressive plans by the end of the week to rescue the region from a debt crisis that has rocked financial markets for months.
Asian stock markets struggled but European shares advanced today as fears that Italy could become the next domino to fall in Europe’s debt crisis were muted by Greece edging back from the brink.
IF THE European Rugby Cup organisers were embarrassed at how the various Heineken Cup pools panned out, they should have been running for cover after what transpired at the Ricoh Arena on Saturday evening.
WASPS are seeking a move from Adams Stadium for November’s clash with Munster in the Heineken Cup.
The Women’s British Open, which in August will become the first championship for women professionals ever to be played over the Old Course at St Andrews, has a new title sponsor.
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