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Fears that IWAK report being long-fingered as Shannon merger looms

Fears have been expressed that the proposed report into the future of Ireland West Airport Knock are being long-fingered while development plans for Shannon Airport move ahead.

What does the future hold for Shannon Airport?

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Mary Considine, Director at Shannon Airport, will address members of the Institute of Directors in Ireland (IoD) and business leaders from Galway and surrounding counties, at a dedicated evening briefing on Thursday, October 3 2013, in the Connacht Hotel, Galway.

Training workshop for company directors

As 2012 begins and the spotlight remains firmly on company directors, it is essential that those leading business in Ireland fully understand the responsibilities of their role. Now more than ever, company directors must act with integrity and adhere to the highest professional standards.

The Soap Box - A regular column in which readers tell us about what matters to them....

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Company directors in Connacht need to know the legal duties and responsibilities of their role, especially in times of difficulty. Failure to do so can have serious consequences, according to Tom Byrne, Kiltimagh native and president of the Institute of Directors in Ireland.

Mayo native Tom Byrne is appointed president of the Institute of Directors

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Tom Byrne, originally from Kiltimagh, has this week been appointed to the position of president of the Institute of Directors in Ireland (IoD) and will serve a two-year term. He replaces Ann Riordan who held the position since June 2009.

Directors told how to behave this year

As 2011 begins and the spotlight remains firmly on company directors, it is essential that those leading business in Ireland fully understand the responsibilities of their role. Now more than ever, company directors must act with integrity and adhere to the highest professional standards.

Directors told how to behave this year

As 2011 begins and the spotlight remains firmly on company directors, it is essential that those leading business in Ireland fully understand the responsibilities of their role. Now more than ever, company directors must act with integrity and adhere to the highest professional standards.

 

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