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    The Business Saturday 28 February 2015

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    Niall Fitzgerald

    Niall Fitzgerald, born in Sligo and raised in Limerick, has had a varied and colourful career in global business. During his 37 years with one of the world's biggest companies, Unilever, he became their youngest ever Chairman and Chief Executive. He has also chaired and been on the board of too many organisations to mention, including the World Economic Forum, the British Museum, and Nelson Mandela's Legacy Trust.
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    Goldsmiths and Jewellery Makers

    In the last 10 years there has been a resurgence in jewellery making in Ireland. In what was previously a male dominated profession, women are really beginning to show their mettle. Liam Geraghty has been talking to some of the designers who are going for gold ...
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    Around the World

    In the first installment of what will be a new monthly feature on The Business, brought to us by the Institute of Directors, Siobhan O'Connell from Business Plus Magazine joined Richard in studio to take a look at some of the international business stories which have been in the news this week.
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    The Threat of a "Brexit"

    This week the British-Irish Chamber of Commerce held a conference in Dublin entitled "Shoulder to Shoulder: Winning Strategies for the Global Pitch", which was attended by a large number of figures from the international business and political community. One of the main points of discussion was the possibility of a British exit from the European Union. John McGraine, President of the Chamber, and Stephen Booth, Research Director of the Open Europe Think Tank in London, analysed the potential impact on Ireland.

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