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This year
Elon Musk announces new Twitter CEO
NBC had said earlier in the day that advertising executive Linda Yaccarino was leaving with immediate effect.
Amazon to cut more than 18,000 jobs globally
In September the company shipping items from a new fulfilment centre in Dublin which employs 500 people.
Last year
Musk says he will step down as Twitter chief once he finds 'someone foolish enough to take job'
More than 57% of users who voted in a Twitter poll Musk posted on Sunday night said he should step down.
Former Ryanair executive Kenny Jacobs appointed as daa's new CEO
Kenny Jacobs will take up the role in January, succeeding Dalton Philips.
'Quite odd' - Medical review underway on Ulster's gastro outbreak in South Africa
Glasgow also had their game against the Lions postponed.
Paul Reid to step down as HSE CEO in October - two months earlier than expected
Reid was due to stay in the role until December.
URC explore women's and U23 competitions but no plans for second division
CEO Martin Anayi said they would like to launch the women’s league ‘sooner rather than later.’
Djokovic holds major stake in firm developing Covid drug - CEO
QuantBioRes is planning to launch clinical trials in the UK in the summer
All time
IRFU appoint Kevin Potts as new chief executive
Potts replaces Philip Browne, having worked as chief operating officer of the organisation since 2015.
FactCheck: Did Twitter, Walmart and CNBC's CEOs resign on same day as Ghislaine Maxwell's trial?
The highly publicised trial has attracted false internet-based claims before so let’s take a look at the latest allegations.
CEO Ian Flanagan confirms Munster intend to fulfil European fixture against Wasps
With 34 players and staff quarantining in Ireland and another 14 still in South Africa, Munster are set to take to the field with a mixture of Ireland Internationals and academy players.
Basketball Ireland appoint former Six Nations boss Feehan as new chief executive
‘There is huge scope for growth,’ says Bernard O’Byrne’s successor.
Philip Browne to retire as CEO of IRFU after 23-year stint
The IRFU say they have commenced a detailed search for a replacement.
HSE may have to replace 30,000 laptops as a result of cyber attack
HSE officials said 33% of servers have now been decrypted and 58% of end user devices are now connected.
Dublin's Paul Flynn to step down as GPA Chief Executive later this year
Flynn has been in the position since September 2018.
'It was the most special day of my career and I spent it with Jerry Kiernan'
Sport Ireland CEO and former athlete John Treacy pays tribute to his late friend.
'It’s our job to get the message out about why Munster is so special'
CEO Ian Flanagan joined the province last year after years of working in football.
Munster confirm they've reviewed protocols after Cronin's one-month ban
‘It literally could happen to the man in the street where a wrong prescription is dispensed.’
FAI agree to undergo restructuring and 'required constitutional reform'
A new set-up has seen an increase in the number of independent directors from four to six.
Castle's tumultuous tenure ends as Rugby Australia CEO resigns
The decision comes soon after 11 former Wallabies captains called for change.
Garrett Fitzgerald - a good man who leaves a lasting legacy at Munster
The Cork man oversaw the transformation of the province in his 20 years as CEO.
Niall Quinn appointed FAI Interim Deputy CEO
The former Arsenal striker has been heavily linked with a role in the association in recent months.
An Post is looking at buying products in bulk to prepare for Brexit
An Post CEO David McRedmond has big plans on ID verification services, and hopes to “leapfrog the banks”.
Poll: Do CEOs earn too much money?
A new report by the Irish Congress of Trade Unions has found rising levels of CEO pay.
Incoming Premier League chief executive resigns before starting job amid allegations about private life
Former Guardian Media Group CEO David Pemsel will not be replacing Richard Scudamore.
'There's a fallacy out there that inter-county players are living the high life, it couldn't be further from the truth'
Paul Flynn clarifies his gate receipts comments and discusses the proposals for Tier 2 and football rule changes.
World Rugby confident there's no 'systematic doping problem' in the sport
CEO Brett Gosper did admit to some concerns about ‘community’ levels of the game.
Former Leicester City director announced as Munster's new chief executive
Cork native Ian Flanagan will take up the post from next month, replacing the long-serving Garrett Fitzgerald.
Cathay Pacific CEO resigns amid mounting pressure over Hong Kong protests
Cathay said Rupert Hogg had resigned “to take responsibility as a leader of the company in view of recent events”.
Free-to-air, subscriptions and the 'digital space' - What future for the Six Nations?
IRFU CEO Philip Browne says the competition has to “embrace the change.”
Niall Quinn says renaming the FAI might help reform the organisation and 'regain trust'
Quinn met with politicians and members of the local football groups in Leinster House today.
A former Ireland international on why the FAI needs drastic change
Gareth Farrelly believes there are institutional issues within the organisation.
'Anyone going in there will have a huge shadow over them' - Niall Quinn rules out applying for FAI CEO job
John Delaney stepped down from the position on Saturday.
John Delaney steps down as chief executive to take up new FAI position
Delaney moves to newly-created position of Executive Vice-President with immediate effect.
Ex-Brentford and QPR chief executive appointed by Dundalk
Mark Devlin brings 20 years of experience to the role at Oriel Park.
Aer Lingus CEO apologises to staff for 'hurt and upset' caused by newspaper article
Stephen Kavanagh met with staff and union representatives yesterday evening.
The CEO of Tusla, Fred McBride, is resigning
The organisation has been plagued with a number of scandals in recent years.
HR manager at cemetery awarded €47,500 in compensation for unfair dismissal
The man had been employed at the cemetery for just under 20 years prior to his dismissal in late 2016.
Starbucks CEO apologises after two black men arrested in café while waiting for a friend
A video of the incident on Twitter was viewed millions of times.
'More needs to be done': Just 16% of CEO jobs in Ireland last year went to women
The Central Bank said it remained concerned at the lack of diversity among senior roles in the Irish financial sector.