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Tuesday 26 September 2023 Dublin: 14°C

# women in business

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'The pace of change is too slow': Women now make up 13% of CEOs at big companies in Ireland
The CSO found that small gains have been made in female representation at big companies in Ireland over the past two years.
Who is Anne-Marie Tomchak? The Irish woman who's just been named British Vogue's new Digital Director
The Longford native is about to make waves in Condé Nast.
Opinion: I want to stop women feeling like frauds in a corporate culture designed for our grandfathers
A co-founder of the Sunday Business Post, Aileen O’Toole learned some valuable lessons about operating in a male-dominated sector.
'Success shouldn't be a dirty word for women'
Some of Ireland’s most successful businesswomen gathered today in Dublin to share their experiences.
Cash pool for female startup founders needed to 'end discrimination against women'
An Oireachtas committee wants a €25 million fund set aside for female entrepreneurs.
Opinion: Women CEOs more likely to be fired? Here we go again ...
Female CEO are more likely to be fired, according to a new report. Let’s look at the possible reasons for this finding.
About 70 per cent of women do not have pension
The average female nest egg amounts to just €1,800 per year for the entire of their retirement.
Column: My old school photo...
Are you pictured here?
Staffing levels in Irish advertising industry remain at pre-recession levels
The IAPI says that staff reduction hasn’t been as bad as feared.
Column: Childcare is the main obstacle for women getting into business
If we want more women to become entrepreneurs and help rebuild the economy, then a national childcare scheme is needed, says Sarah Nic Lochlainn.
Companies with female board members outperform those with none
Companies with at least one female board member returned 26 per cent more than companies with none.
Women are less likely to set up their own business than men
They are 2.5 times less likely to set up their own business than men because they lack confidence.
More women encouraged to start their own businesses
The Minister for Small Businesses, John Perry TD, said it is vitally important to foster the development of ‘untapped female entrepreneurial talent’ in Ireland.
Female worker was told her pregnancy is 'a condition, not a f***ing illness'
The incident happened within the last month and has been revealed by the trade union UNITE to mark International Women’s Day.
Ireland one of the top European countries for promoting women to senior financial positions
Ireland ranks second in Europe and 11th globally when it comes to promoting women to senior financial positions.