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# boards - Tuesday 17 December, 2013

New charity index reveals Ireland’s top 100 highest earning charities

St Vincent’s Health Care, which the PAC says has questions to answer over its finances, is the highest earning charity in Ireland.

# boards - Saturday 14 September, 2013

Merger of National Library and National Museum boards will save €630,000

A statutory nine-person body is to replace the boards of the National Library and National Museum and Jimmy Deenihan says that it will be more efficient and streamlined.

# boards - Wednesday 3 April, 2013

Column: Forget the Mad Men stereotype – women are making their mark in modern-day advertising

Advertising has a record for recognising innovation, creativity and talent – irrespective of the sex of the candidate – and setting specific workplace objectives for women to aspire to board membership will further help gender diversity, writes Deirdre Waldron.

# boards - Monday 25 March, 2013

Gender diversity on boards improving, say women directors

However, they say that transparency in the appointment process is needed, according to a new research report.

# boards - Thursday 24 January, 2013

Column: Scandal over state board appointees shows there is reform in name only

Ignoring candidates for state boards who apply through formal channels in favour of those with political backgrounds discredits the election promises to tackle cronyism, writes Sarah O’Neill.

# boards - Sunday 15 January, 2012

So, what exactly is Pinterest? (And why is everyone paying attention to it?)

Pinterest is the next big social network apparently – but what exactly is it? Here’s our handy cut-out-and-keep guide.

# boards - Saturday 1 October, 2011

Mary Davis reiterates independence and defends quango payments

There are reports today that Mary Davis was appointed to three state boards by FF ministers, and paid almost €190,000 in total. She says she has no political affiliations.