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Irish businesses urged to prepare for new EU data protection regulations

PwC brief senior Irish business leaders on preparing for the new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), that will be introduced in May 2018.

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Confidence high but slow tech adoption threatens Asset & Wealth Management growth

CEOs in Asset & Wealth Management are confident about growth prospects, but concerned about the impact technological change could have in the next five years.

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PwC IWD survey reveals keys to winning fight for female talent

PwC released a new global report for International Women's Day, Winning the fight for female talent: How to gain the diversity edge through inclusive recruitment.

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European Cities Hotel Forecast gives good news for Ireland

According to the PwC European Cities Hotel Forecast for 2017 and 2018, Dublin hotels had the highest occupancy in 2016 and are predicted to stay on top.

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Members of the State Aid Working Group and PwC Ireland's International Tax Partner Jean Delaney discuss the background to the Apple case and the implications for other companies.

The European Commission, State Aid and Apple

Members of the State Aid Working Group and PwC Ireland's International Tax Partner Jean Delaney discuss the background to the Apple case and the implications for other companies.

The frequency, impact and sophistication of economic crime are on the rise, and businesses are suffering accordingly. Our experts discuss the key findings from our fourth economic crime survey, including the advance of cybercrime.

2016 Irish Economic Crime Survey - Fraud in the digital age

The frequency, impact and sophistication of economic crime are on the rise, and businesses are suffering accordingly. Our experts discuss the key findings from our fourth economic crime survey, including the advance of cybercrime.

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