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  • How the MSc in Entrepreneurship helped me launch a career with Europe’s first EdTech unicorn, GoStudent.
  • How the MSc in Management helped me realise my career ambitions.
  • News24 Opinion: Imagine there's no countries; it is very hard to do
  • A force for good in business and society
  • Transforming Business for Good – Strategy Horizon 2030
  • ‘The human impulse towards acquisition is age-old and likely behind the billionaire’s purchase of Twitter.’
  • Why working when ill is bad for you and your employer
  • High altitude learning: undertaking an MBA while travelling for work
  • Gig economy workers earn more than employees according to newly released report by Trinity Business School and Contracting Plus.
  • Forbes names Trinity Business School amongst the world's top providers of scholarships for women in business.
  • Angelica Conraths relocated from Germany to join the MSc in Entrepreneurship because she wanted to start a company.
  • “Gaming for Peace” on the Trinity MBA
  • Universities must take a more holistic approach to social mobility.
  • Richie Hogan on success on the MBA
  • Trinity Business School expands its partnership with The Gaelic Players Association (GPA).
  • ‘Great Places to Work’ feature on Executive Education
  • 20th Export Industry Awards and Alumni Programme
  • 10 things to consider about doing an MBA.
  • Professor John Dong’s research publications named 1st in Europe by AIS Research Rankings 2021.
  • Trinity Business School condemns Vladimir Putin’s Russian invasion of Ukraine.
  • Net Positive: How courageous companies thrive by giving more than they take
  • Calling all Trinity Business School students!
  • The Trinity MBA ranked in Tier 1 of the European MBA Rankings released by CEO Magazine today.
  • Unlocking your “best possible self” on the Trinity Flexible Executive MBA.
  • Learn how the Flexible Executive MBA helping Meghan O’Toole hone her leadership skills.
  • Driving Societal Change from the Music Business
  • Lessons in leadership from the former manager of The Pogues and Kristy MacColl.
  • A seller’s jobs market for MBA graduates
  • Mind over matter!
  • Annalise Murphy sets sail on the Trinity Full Time MBA.
  • How does Trinity Business School support refugees?
  • Why are successful businesses turning to low-code solutions?
  • Trying to make sense of the Digital Evolution?
  • Business Ethics Speaker Series with Paul Polman & Sanda Ojiambo.
  • Is the bubble about to burst for Bitcoin?
  • No Country for Non-EU doctors?
  • New research explores how multinationals benefit from locating their operations offshore.
  • Professor Andrew Burke discusses the launch of Ireland’s Project Economy survey on Newstalk Business Breakfast.
  • Ireland's Project Economy 2022
  • There is no magic wand for companies dealing with Human Rights Violations, it's a process.
  • Find out why entrepreneur Ailbhe Keane chose the Trinity Executive MBA
  • Professor Daniel Malan named B20 Co-Chair of Integrity and Compliance Task Force.
  • How are life sciences companies leveraging artificial intelligence(AI)?
  • Business School Students of the Year Awards
  • Trinity Business School contributes to World Economic Forum white paper.
  • Trinity MBA Company Projects empower social enterprises.
  • Trinity Business School takes a big leap in the FT rankings today.
  • Believing that willpower is limitless makes your workday more productive after a bad night’s sleep.
  • The time has come for Eskom to apply the business rescue principle.
  • Eric Flamholtz PhD Scholarship on Business Growth and Development
  • Trinity Business School names first Chair of Strategic Management
  • What can space missions teach us about remote work?
  • A feminist solution to a man-made problem.
  • Why do unsuccessful companies survive?
  • How should policy-makers deal effectively with the alcohol industry and other health-harming industries?
  • Why do companies rebrand themselves?
  • What does a successful MBA application look like?
  • Trinity Business School’s Executive MBA ranked first in Ireland by FT
  • Executive MBAs are increasingly used to swap a career in politics for one in business
  • Calm in the storm: Managing online assessment during a pandemic
  • Congratulations to Laura Brennan and Oran McVeigh Keeling, winners of Trinity Business Students of the Year 2021.
  • EFMD’s Spotlight on 7 business school data programmes includes Trinity’s M.Sc. in Business Analytics.
  • Trinity Business School wins major award for gender diversity, the 'Athena award'
  • How an MBA transformed this marketing maverick into a CEO
  • Prof. David Coghlan and Prof. Abraham B (Rami) Shani presented with Pasmore-Woodman award.
  • The Big Tech Show: Space tourism or tech titan egomania?
  • From Gold Medals To Graduation Gowns: Meet The Olympians Who’ve Also Studied At Business School
  • Virgin Galactic: space tourism takes off with Branson’s inaugural flight
  • Trinity Business School still Ireland’s best provider of the MSc in Finance, according to FT Rankings
  • Trinity’s triple accredited Business School launches Ireland’s first Flexible Executive MBA
  • Ireland’s freelance economy sees over-60s become biggest earners, new study reveals
  • Can the Irish Action Plan support business and human rights?
  • New scholarship agreement announced with Gaelic Players Association
  • How ESG Investing Could Solve the Challenges of Social Entrepreneurship
  • Professor Frank Barry Elected as member of the Royal Irish Academy
  • Bitcoin’s growing energy problem: ‘It’s a dirty currency’
  • What will be the result of the global remote work experiment?
  • Inspiring The Next Generation Of Women At Business School
  • Trinity EMBA ranked 1st in Ireland once again in CEO Magazine Global MBA Rankings
  • Obituary for Gerry Hughes
  • Foreign Policy Global Leaders of Education Report Interview with our Dean
  • People with more meaningful jobs give more valuable performance reviews
  • Broader interests come into focus
  • Employee Performance Wellness Towards a Law of Robotics in the Workplace
  • Professor Andrew Burke Speaks to Newstalk about Triple Accreditation
  • Trinity Business School Secures Triple Accreditation
  • How Mindfulness Apps Can Help Your Career
  • Attractive social media influencers can hinder the success of products they promote
  • New Report Suggests Financial Distress More Damaging to the Wellbeing of the Self-employed
  • Faculty Publish New Book on Technology Entrepreneurship
  • Exploring the Unexplored: A Peak at the CG-CSR Interface
  • Trinity Business School confirms itself in top Business Schools globally with AMBA re-accreditation
  • End of 2020
  • Funds saved by energy recovery tech donated to Wells of Life
  • Business students turn matchmaker to help pandemic-hit SMEs
  • Business students turn matchmaker to help pandemic-hit SMEs
  • Simplifying the Maze of Metrics
  • The Future of Back to Work Requires a Hybrid Systems Thinking
  • Rebooting and Reigniting Business
  • ‘Serious damage’ to Irish agri-food sector from hard Brexit
  • The Secret to Subsidiary Success Revealed
  • Fair Supply Chains and Business Education
  • Trinity College Dublin: Leading the Way for Sustainable Universities
  • Sales, Entrepreneurs, and Timetables
  • Most primary school principals ‘overwhelmed’ by Covid-19 challenges
  • The Making of a Good Business School: Distinguishing Purpose From Profit
  • Trinity first in Europe for producing entrepreneurs for sixth successive year
  • Social Enterprise: A Booklet on Entrepreneurship for the Common Good
  • Integrity and Enforcement Must Be What Counteracts a Business Case For Corruption
  • Behind a smokescreen: State-owned companies complicate the global fight against tobacco use
  • Talent Management Before & During a Pandemic: Forever Barking Up the Wrong Tree
  • School Newsletter 2020
  • Trinity Business School Highest Entrant at 38th in World in Latest Financial Times Masters in Management Rankings
  • Trinity Business School Ranked 1st in Ireland in Latest QS World University Rankings
  • What Makes Surgical Teams More Productive?
  • Hiring Freelancers Boosts Productivity and Profit
  • Future Human Launches Hybrid Event for October 2020
  • Leading in a Troubled World: Lessons from Covid-19
  • New Research Reveals Remote Working Has Changed the Millennial Forever
  • MBA Graduates Use Tech to Help Charities Collect Spare Change
  • From Corporate to Non-profit: How Trinity Business School Helped MBAs Realise Their Vision
  • Let’s not Resuscitate the Frankenstein Economy
  • Dublin’s Future Human becomes first major international tech event to go Hybrid in October 2020
  • Trinity EMBA Students Leave the Classroom to Help Frontline Workers
  • COVID-19 and a Changing Society: The Future of Retail
  • Trinity Business School Ranked Best in Europe for Gender Balance in Executive MBA Economist 2020 Rankings
  • The Importance of ICT use for Self-Employed Workers During the Covid-19 pandemic
  • The WEF’s Great Reset: New Behaviour and New Metrics

  • COVID-19 Exposes a Major Flaw in Global Supply Chains
  • COVID-19 Exposes a Major Flaw in Global Supply Chains
  • 18 Minutes, 37 Seconds: Improving the Effectiveness of Surgical Teams - Research Part 2
  • Improving the Effectiveness of Surgical Teams - Research Part 1
  • MBA Students Help Develop New Mental Health Service for Frontline Healthcare Workers and Those Impacted by Covid-19
  • Financial Times 2020 MSc Finance Rankings
  • Exiting Lockdown Means Facing up to How We Value Lives
  • Covid-19 and the Perils and Promise of Big Data
  • MBA Students Fuel The Fight Fundraiser Supports Healthcare Workers and Restaurants
  • How Can Companies Contribute to Decreasing Domestic Violence Against Women?
  • MBA Spotlight: Full Time MBA Graduate Troy Lavin
  • Virtual Cafe Panel Predict Labour Market Changes in Post-Pandemic World
  • Professor Louis Brennan Speaks to Newstalk Radio on the Disruption to Globalisation
  • Innovating in Times of Crisis - how Trinity’s young entrepreneurs are adapting their businesses
  • How can we have both Productive and Compassionate Leaders?
  • Confinement: The Fear of Death, The Price of Life and the Risk of Living
  • Trinity Places 14th in THE Global Impact Rankings
  • How Bad Will European Economies Get? Key Challenges for Each Country
  • Mindfulness in Moments of Crisis
  • Are Nonprofits Allowed to Reinvent Themselves?
  • How Boards Can Fix Corporate Social (i)Responsibility
  • Paper Shortlisted for 2019 International Business Review (IBR) Best Journal Paper of the Year Award
  • The Rewarding Careers that Await our Accounting Graduates
  • MSc Digital Marketing Strategy Students Pitch Digital Solutions to Government
  • “Navigating Global Headwinds” - Irish Exporters Association announces Export Industry Award Winners
  • Worlds Big Sleep Out Trinity College, Dublin 2019
  • Historic Site Turns to Hydro Generation for Power
  • The Industrial Revolution of Digital Transformation: School Hosts Digital Transformation and People Analytics Breakfast Seminar
  • In Conversation with Devan Hughes, CEO of Buymie
  • Trinity Centre for Social Innovation (CSI) Launches Benchmark Report on Irish Business & Human Rights
  • Virgin Galactic Goes Public and Leads Space Tourism Race
  • Trinity Business School to Host Future Human 2020
  • Women in Business Conference 2019
  • Trinity Business School Annual Newsletter
  • Business School Faculty Provide Thought Leadership Pieces for Latest CoBS Magazine Special
  • Trinity Business School Nominated for National Sustainability Award
  • Professor Jennifer Wilcox Lectures on Carbon Capture
  • Associate Professor Amanda Shantz wins prize from MIT Sloan Management Review
  • Sandwiched? Will Amazon’s Whole Foods Deal Go the Same Way as L’Oréal and the Body Shop?
  • MBA & MSc Programmes Continue to Set European and Global Ranking Standards
  • When Boards Matter: The Case of Corporate Social Irresponsibility
  • The Implications of the New US Corporate Tax Regime for Inward Investment in Ireland
  • Communications Gives Oxygen to Business Values
  • How Luxembourg is Positioning Itself to be the Centre of Space Business
  • The Food System Needs a Revolution, not Tinkering Around Edges by the Ultra-Processed Producer
  • Not the Gig Economy: The Immense Value of the Growing Freelancer Project Economy
  • Get Angry and Take Action: Mary Robinson Advises MBA Trailblazers for Climate Change Forum
  • It’s Not What You Sell - It’s How You Sell: HubSpot CEO Advises Students at ’Conversation with Digital Leaders’ series
  • We Spoke to Survivalists Prepping for Disaster: Here is What we Learned
  • Not the Gig Economy: Business Productivity Depends on the Freelance Project-Based Sector
  • Social Responsibility: Distinguishing the Talkers from the Walkers
  • International Academics and Researchers Unite for Global Value Chains Workshop
  • Trinity Entrepreneurs Crowned Enactus Ireland Champions
  • Trinity Business School joins Responsible Leadership Alliance of Top European Business Schools
  • A World Class Business School for a World Class University
  • Sustainability and Health at the Centre of the Architecture of New Business School
  • Beware of Innovation Fatigue: The Ultimate Barrier to Organisational Change
  • Trinity Announces New Fellows and Scholars
  • How U.S. Tax Inversions Affect Shareholder Wealth
  • Trinity Business News, April Ezine
  • Trinity College Dublin Crowned 2019 Enactus Ireland Champions
  • 5th Edition Published on Insider Action Research
  • Ireland and the Changing Global Foreign Direct Investment Landscape
  • How AI Can Help Us Live More Deliberately
  • Theresa May is Right About one Thing – It is Time Politicians Worked Together on Brexit
  • Trinity Business School Attend Breakfast Briefing for Upcoming 2019 Irish Industry Export Awards
  • The Trinity MBA Ranked in Worlds Top 20 by CEO Magazine
  • Sparking Creative Thinking: What Businesses Need to Know
  • Trinity Business School Celebrates International Women’s Day 2019
  • Entrepreneurial Spirit on Display at Annual Demo Day 2019
  • If Anyone won the Oscars this Year it was Netflix - the prize for its industry disruption
  • How Irish Managers are Proving a Successful Launchpad for International Growth of Technology Companies
  • The Stress of Low-Paid Work and how Employers can be Better
  • Time for Action on Junk Food - a Letter to the Editor
  • Meet the Trinity Business School Undergraduates Redefining Market Research Through Their Start-up Firm
  • Professor Brian Lucey receives the MCX award for excellence in gold research
  • Trinity Business School graduates’ social enterprise voted Silicon Republic start-up of the week
  • Importance of making a good first impression at interviews
  • Corporations must rethink capitalism to heal society’s wounds
  • Trinity Business School MSc Open Evening, 21st February
  • Trinity College Dublin graduates among the most employable and successful in the world according to latest QS World University Rankings.
  • Trinity Business School undertake 2019 Abrivia Recruitment/Trinity Salary, Employment and Economic Trends Survey
  • EFMD comments on Trinity Business School EQUIS Accreditation
  • Trinity Business School has been awarded EQUIS Accreditation
  • What does capitalism mean in the 21st century?
  • Times Higher Education and Wall Street Journal rank MSc in Finance programme in top 25 globally
  • Trinity Business News, December Ezine
  • McDonald's is a social and healthcare burden – whatever its charity PR might indicate
  • Minister of State meets the winners of Trinity Business School’s government research project competition
  • Dr. Tanusree Jain named in the University of Bath #thinklist
  • To truly judge the quality of research, read it
  • Fiona Dawson wins Ultimate Marketer of the last 25 Years Year Award
  • Trinity is the only Irish university among the top 150 institutions in THE 2018 Global University Employability Rankings
  • Paradox navigators wanted – Managers in implementing human resource management
  • Why talent management became a business obsession
  • Wicked problems and how to solve them
  • Foreign doctors no longer want to work in Irish hospitals
  • How Netflix Expanded to 190 Countries in 8 Years
  • Trinity Business School’s postgraduate programmes continue to rise in QS rankings
  • Séamus McDermott MBA Scholarship for Entrepreneurship Recipients Announced
  • September eZine
  • Taking the pain out of payment
  • Autumn Commencements Deadline
  • National Heritage Week
  • A Paradox Perspective
  • How SMEs can win the war for talent
  • Creating an Ethically Strong Organisation
    Intel Leixlip hub key to development of tech sector in Ireland
    Trinity announces the Grand Canal Innovation District
    Royal Visit
    Eduniversal Best Masters Rankings 2018
    Irish Exporters Association Launches 18th Export Industry Awards
    Congratulations to Team Éirloop
  • Ripples in the Crypto World: Systemic Risks in Crypto-Currency Market
  • Trinity Business School Teaching and Research Excellence Awards Announced
    Trinity MBA Leadership in the Community
    Global Social Innovation Challenge
    SOLD OUT - Work 4.0: AI and the Future of Work
  • Digital Development
  • 'Humanitarian Aid needs to be radically disrupted'
  • LaunchBox Workspace Visit
  • Learning how to "unexpect the expected"
  • Honorary Degree Conferring
  • Above and Beyond: Exploring the Business of Space
  • For Ireland, multinational companies are a blessing and a curse
  • Why nobody blew whistle over CervicalCheck
  • Fully funded PhD Scholarships
  • EU must devise policies to create more continental champions
  • The Ultimate Moment of Truth
  • The secret to upgrading a subsidiary office's role
  • Vulture Funds buying Distressed Loans
  • Demystifying Mindfulness in the Workplace
  • Trinity Executive MBA rises again in QS Ranking
  • Trinity Business Student of the Year Winner Announced
  • Women in Leadership: Irish Entrepreneurs
  • Reception for Trinity MBA Company Partners
  • Bringing New Perspectives to Accounting Careers
  • New Scholars and Fellows announced at Trinity
  • ACCA signs partnership with Trinity Business School
  • If you want a better construction sector, support the self-employed
  • Cheap talk can cost when it comes to social responsibility
  • CHOICE Book Award
  • Bitcoin rich kids in Puerto Rico: crypto utopia or crypto-colonialism?
  • Voluntary codes to restrict advertising of 'high fat sugar salt' foods
  • Nanoscience - doing small wonders for Ireland's economy
  • Round table discussion with Welsh First Minister
  • Brewing for Success
  • Trinity Business School Newsletter 2017/18
  • Why the e-cigarette industry needs global regulations
  • Ireland US Multinationals Face New Tax Landscape in 2018
  • To weather reputational storms, get caught doing the right thing
  • Class of 2017!
  • 2018 Abrivia/TCD Salary, Employment and Economic Trends
  • Festive reads: Irish business leaders open up their books
  • A top-down solution to the Irish border after Brexit undermines 20 years of peacebuilding
  • One year to go
  • Leaders need to be ethical, and they need to be seen as ethical
  • In rejecting this EU deal the DUP has sold Northern Ireland down the river
  • The Bitcoin bubble-how we know it will burst
  • Northern Ireland's economy has a lot more to lose from a hard Brexit than the Republics
  • Trinity Team win ESB Inter- College Challenge 2017
  • Vietnam Bilateral Exchange Programme
  • Big Impact from small things: Nanoscience supports 14,000 jobs in Ireland
  • The True Diversity of Self-Employment
  • MSc in Human Resource Management receives accreditation from the Chartered Institute of Personnel Development
  • Marketing and obesity – are voluntary codes enough?
  • Engineers turn to the sea to reduce the environmental cost of energy production
  • Instilling a high performance culture seminar
  • Ryanair Feud Escalates as Pilots Demand More Cash, Free Coffee
  • Year Zero: The CLASH at Trinity College Dublin
  • The collapse of Monarch Airlines is a victory for regulation
  • TCD lessons learned from overseas students
  • Berliners vote to keep Tegel airport open but its days are numbered
  • Trinity Remains European Leader in Producing Entrepreneurs
  • Ryanair's red hot growth may have left its pilots in the cold
  • Multidisciplinary EU project to boost energy efficiency and reduce costs in the European Atlantic water industry
  • Marketing is Killing Us (Part II): The case of fashion
  • Capitalism isn't broken – but it does need a rewrite.
  • CAO scores BBS as top choice general management degree.
  • Too little accountability creates monsters. Too much blame creates fools.
  • Time to Get a Better Measure of Tourism´s Benefits
  • Congratulations to Professor David Coghlan
  • The Liffey Trust partners with Trinity Business School
  • Politics, partners and pride: why Air Berlin is down but not yet out
  • The first Irexit
  • Winners of EY Prize for Highest Grades in PG Dip Modules
  • UK Freelancer confidence drops despite pay rates remaining strong
  • A pre-Brexit aviation agreement is needed to avoid travel chaos
  • How to be a better leader - according to science
  • Studying an MBA in Ireland could be the most cost-effective way to accelerate your career and maximize your return on investment
  • The Health Halo - Marketing is Killing Us
  • When does engagement become addiction to work?
  • Ridiculous and risible Irexit Idea needs taking down
  • Collaborating to Bring Nature into Cities
  • Brexit Strategy for SMEs
  • Will Amazon´s Whole Foods Deal go the same way as
    L´Oreal and Body Shop?
  • Global Engagement Awards 2017
  • LaunchBox 2017
  • Provost’s Teaching Awards 2017
  • Swimming with Sharks
  • INFINITI Conference on International Finance
  • Trinity in Top 1 per cent of World Universities
  • Trinity’s MBA Continues to be Top Performer in Global Rankings
  • Can The Centre Hold?
  • The Future Of Work In Disruptive Environments
  • Why Ireland should not be spooked by Trumps Tax Plan
  • How Capitalism Destroyed Itself: Technology Displaced by Financial Innovation.
  • Innovative Power of Freelance Model
  • Golden Opportunities: What Precious Metals Can Tell Us About Finance
  • Why Ireland should not be spooked by Trumps Tax Plan
  • Trinity Business School Masters lead in Europe and are all ranked 1st in Ireland
  • Beyond Brexit
  • The Missing Middle
  • Congratulations to Benn Hogan, Trinity Business Student of the Year 2017
  • Trinity Business School March E-Zine
  • Ryanair Foundation to Fund New Trinity Business School Professor of Entrepreneurship
  • Brexit could strain EU-China relations
  • Annual Trinity Business School Newsletter
  • Trinity team win Jailbreak 2017
  • Good or evil?: McDonalds and low cost airlines opened up eating out and travel to us all
  • Trinity Student awarded first Schwarzman Scholarship for Ireland
  • What businesses opposing Trump could learn from NGOs
  • Trinity Business Student of the Year 2017
  • TCD Number 1 for Graduate Entrepreneurs
  • The Right to Disconnect
    Behavioral Economics Isn’t Dead Yet
    Trinity and the 30% Club Launch Scholarships to Create Gender Balance in Leading Irish Businesses
    The live entertainment scene in Ireland is a big ticket item for the economy
    Trinity Business School Christmas Newsletter
    Implications for Ireland of the new Trump Regime
    Trinity Business School MSc Open Day, 22nd February
    Innovative Ways to Assess Students
    77% of Irish Employees Expect to Receive a Pay Increase
    Michael O Leary on how Ryanair is going to take over the world
    Trinity Business School is Airborne
    Trinity Business School Graduate named in Forbes 2017 30 Under 30
    An unholy trinity: what Trump policies, Brexit and political change in Europe could mean for economic stability
    Trinity Business School is Airborne
    Congratulations to Lara Connaughton, the first Irish recipient of a Schwarzman Scholarship
    Congratulations to Dr. Ahmed, who completed his PhD in Trinity Business School
    PhD graduate, Dr. Markus Lamest
    A big congratulations to FoodCloud Hubs, an idea that originated from Trinity graduates. They were one of the winners at the THINKTECH Awards night on the 7th December
    Victory Scholars
    Sod-turning on Trinity Business School's new site
    College Awareness Week
    Congratulations to the student members of the team that represented Trinity in the ESB Challenge winning third place
    Brexit Uncertainty Remains a Concern
    Trinity Business School Newsletter
    TBS Staff Invited to join JMS Editorial Board
    Expert Commentary: Budget 2016
    APSCo Awards for Excellence 2016
    Trinity Global Business Forum
    Punk FT Video - EU models for a post-Brexit UK
    James Bond, Dunder Mifflin, and the Future of Product Placement
    Trinity Business School Newsletter
    Trinity BBS Webinar - North & Latin America, Asia, Africa & Middle East. Friday 8th July
    Trinity Business School Newsletters
    MBA Information Evening, Thursday 23rd June
    IAFA Doctoral Awards
    Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT)
    TCD Focuses on Modern Outlook
    Professor Gabriel Yiannis presentations at Trinity College
    Congratulations to Students and Alumni who have completed our new elective in Entrepreneurial Finance on the MBA programme
    Trinity Business School Newsletter
    Trinity Business School is Recruiting
    Provost's Review
    Seasonal Greetings and Thanks from the Dean
    The Trinity MBA Programme Receives Top Accreditation Status
    New Postgraduate Diploma Accreditation
    TBA Masterclass on Networking
    Trinity Ranked No.1 in Eduniversal Best Business School
    Best Finance People on Twitter
    5 Palmes of Excellence