The Global Life: Dublin Calling

Americans are flocking to Ireland for business--and discovering the pleasures of its green, gentle capital

Here's all you really need to know about Dublin. A few months ago, when the city allowed pubs to extend their evening hours, some of Dublin's hottest nightclubs, including the Kitchen, frequented by supermodels and owned by U2 band mates Bono and the Edge, went straight out of business. What's not to love about a city that would rather share a pint and conversation with friends than rub elbows with the rich and gorgeous?

A decade of prosperity has ushered in touches of Continental cosmopolitanism--and has attracted more and more American executives to visit the Irish outposts of such big...

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