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Column: While you’re at the Euros, Mick, remember the fate of Paul Begley
Mick Wallace’s predicament may be understandable – but laws must apply to everyone, writes Peter Faulkner.
Column: Households aren't the only ones hit by negative equity - it's crippling businesses
During the boom it was cheaper for businesses to buy property than to rent it – but that’s causing huge problems now, writes Peter Faulkner.
Column: I put my family business on Facebook. Here’s what happened.
Peter Faulkner was told he had to engage with social media to promote his company – but the results weren’t what he expected.
Column: Tough, lonely and very risky – welcome to life as an entrepreneur
Unemployed people who start companies are branded “involuntary entrepreneurs” – but they should be hailed as heroes, writes business owner Peter Faulkner.
Column: I knew my company had to get online - here's how I did it
It can be tough for small businesses to figure out how to set up a web presence, writes Peter Faulkner – especially if you’re not convinced by just Facebook and Twitter.
Column: Much-loved Peats is history - and its like will be missed
In today’s world great customer service and dedication are no longer enough for a business, writes Peter Faulkner. But what have we lost?