Monthly Archives: September 2011

Tap! magazine launches own iPad and iPhone app

Future Publishing’s iPhone and iPad specialist magazine Tap! is launching a monthly iPad edition for the first time this month, with all content developed on a new in-house platform. The app will feature videos and tips for how to best … Continue reading

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RTE reports that US company is set to create new jobs in Dublin

As reported on rte.ie… Business information company Dun & Bradstreet says it is expanding its Dublin operations with the creation of 75 jobs by 2012. This will bring the total number of jobs created by D&B in Ireland to 225 … Continue reading

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Hello! Magazine looking to attract lifestyle brands

Hello! magazine has appointed Charlotte Broadbent, the marketing manager at Coty Prestige, to the newly created role of executive fashion and beauty director. Broadbent will be responsible for promoting the magazine’s beauty, fashion, luxury goods and lifestyle sections among brand … Continue reading

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Arvato announces 150 new jobs

As published on rte.ie… Arvato, which provides outsourcing services to businesses, is to create up to 150 jobs in its Irish finance division over the next three years. The company says 30 vacancies are currently available. The new positions are … Continue reading

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Twitter to create jobs in Ireland

As reported by RTE online this morning… The social networking company Twitter is to establish an international office in Dublin, IDA Ireland has announced. The company is to begin recruiting immediately for roles in finance, user support and marketing. It … Continue reading

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Lost Conan Doyle novel now published

Taken from writers-online.com Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s first novel was lost to the public twice: the first time the manuscript was lost in the post en route to the publishers and, despite rewriting it from memory and subsequently drawing on … Continue reading

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Can business owners ever really take a holiday?

While work commitments forced more than half of UK business owners to remain in the country to endure the coldest summer on record since 1993, many of those working in the business services sector that did manage to get away … Continue reading

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Flexible Working seen as best perk in employment

According to a recent poll by executive search and selection recruiter Expand, 48% of employees value flexible working as the top benefit an employer could offer, suggesting that employees are now are seeking a more rewarding work/life balance. The research, … Continue reading

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NHS CEOs confirm that IG will remain top priority

With changes planned to commissioning structures and with increasingly diverse care providers, Sir David Nicholson, NHS Chief Executive and Christopher Graham, Information Commissioner have published a joint letter to ensure that we continue to give information governance the priority and … Continue reading

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£500,000 to restore Roald Dahl’s writing shed

As published on the Writing News website… A £500,000 campaign to restore the shed where Roald Dahl wrote his famous children’s books is being led by his grand-daughter, Sophie Dahl The shed was built  in the garden of Dahl’s home … Continue reading

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