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PwC celebrates Chinese New Year and welcomes Chinese ambassador

PwC hosted Chinese Ambassador to Ireland, H.E. Dr. Yue Xiaoyong, to celebrate Chinese New Year on February 10, 2017 at an event attended by 100 business leaders.

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Mining, ForEX and AI start-ups compete for PwC Docklands Innovation Award

Three start-up companies will battle it out at the 2017 PwC Docklands Innovation Enterprise Awards to secure the title of Best Investment Proposal 2017.

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U20 Six Nations Championship 2017 kicks off

The Ireland Under-20 squad sponsored by PwC has been named by head coach Nigel Carolan for the opening rounds of the U20 Six Nations Championship 2017.

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Rethinking recruitment, retention and rewarding priority for HR leaders

Skills shortages, more value from analytics, greater engagement on performance management needed and a reward strategy that is not fit for purpose are some of the key findings from PwC's 2017 Irish HR Directors Pulse Survey. 

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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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