The Business

The Business

Saturday 10 - 11am

The Business Saturday 16 May 2020

The Business

The Business

A weekly look at the world of business and personal finance with Richard Curran

Phase 1: Businesses Reopening

Phase 1: Businesses Reopening

Come Monday morning the first phase of opening up the country will begin. So, how do we make sure staff and customers are safe as we reopen? We're joined by Helena Ryan of Cooga Safety in Limerick, Ian Talbot, Chief Executive of Chambers Ireland and Gerry McCormack, Deputy general secretary of SIPTU

On the Road with Couriers

On the Road with Couriers

Some of the busiest workers in the country these days are couriers and postal workers. Working up and down the country, knocking on doors, with packages, parcels and presents. So, just what are they delivering? Liam Geraghty has been finding out

Leadership in Lockdown

Leadership in Lockdown

The announcement this week by Twitter that its staff will be allowed to work from home forever, made many people who are longing to return to the office recoil in horror. So, as a manager, how do you lead people when you aren't there? We're joined by Ciara Conlon, Founder of Spirit Leadership and Ian McClean, Founder of Flowgroup Change.

Shane Curran Interview

Shane Curran Interview

Whether the Leaving Certificate would go ahead has been a source of stress and anxiety for many young people around the country. Two years ago, Shane Curran was one of those students, now he's building his company Evervault, with big name investors on board. Their hopes are that it will become a billion dollar company.

Brian Pennie

Brian Pennie

At a time when calm, mindfulness and resilience are necessary survival tools, we asked PhD student, recovered drug addict and author of the book 'Bonus Time', Brian Pennie to share his experience of working through difficult times.

History of the Address

History of the Address

All over the country, Gardai at checkpoints are quizzing people as to where they're coming from, in some cases asking for addresses. Deirdre Mask has penned a book on the history of the address. We spoke to her earlier and I asked her about how addresses played a role in combating epidemics in the past - most famously cholera.

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All The Time

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Presenter: Richard Curran

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