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Aldi Ireland has warned its customers after being made aware of a hoax survey circulating on messaging services.
YouTube are planning to introduce stricter guidelines to ensure parents and children are protected on their platform.
Aldi Ireland have warned their customers after being made aware of a hoax survey currently circulating on messaging services.
The name of an unauthorised firm has been published by the Central Bank as a warning has been issued to consumers.
Irish high-tech security firm Netwatch is expanding its workforce at its research and development (R&D) department in Co Carlow.
Heineken Ireland unveiled its new-look headquarters on Monday following the completion of a multi-million euro upgrade.
US technology giant Intel has become the latest multinational to cut its carbon footprint after striking a deal to power its sprawling manufacturing campus in Co Kildare, with renewable energy.
BMS Finance is investing in Anam Technologies to help the Dublin-based company with its international expansion plans.
Tour America MD Mary McKenna was named overall Woman of the Year at the inaugural everywoman in Travel Awards.
Kingspan and AIB have ranked highly on a list of Irish firms leading the way in terms of climate change mitigation.
The Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) has launched a campaign to raise awareness around the safe operation of drones, as the popularity of the technology grows.
Glenveagh has announced its acquisition of eleven sites across Ireland which have the potential to support up to 1,319 units.
Irish tech experts believe that intelligent robots will be in the workplace within the next five years, as firms continue to embrace digital transformation.
An new initiative has been launched by Vodafone Ireland which aims to teach teenage girls how to code.
Transferwise has more than doubled in revenue since 2016, jumping 140pc from £28m to £67m for the financial year ending March 2017.
Payments firm YapStone is set to create 200 new tech jobs as part of a $48m (€41m) investment into the form.
IKEA customers in Ireland will now be able to buy their popular flat pack products online.
While you may be feeling guilty at leaving your dog (or other furry friend) at home again as you head off to work, other employees get to bring their beloved pets with them.
The group backing business angel investment in Ireland has announced plans to increase the amount invested in Irish start-ups to €25m per year by 2020.
The Ireland Strategic Investment Fund is to invest €19m directly in Kaseya, a global software firm, in the first deal of its kind.
Facebook have rolled out a number of solutions aimed at assisting businesses on their platform as they expand internationally.
Tech firm Kaseya are set to create up to 130 jobs at the company's existing Dublin-based site.
Two adults and a baby are in a critical condition in hospital following separate road crashes which left one woman dead.
The family of missing Irish teacher Eimear Noonan have confirmed the "heartbreaking news" that the 21-year-old has died.
Grace Dyas has said that she does not accept Michael Colgan's apology following allegations of inappropriate behaviour and abuse of power against him.
A 70-year-old cyclist has been killed following a collision with a car in Co Meath on Sunday morning.
Supermac's CEO Pat McDonagh has defended the restaurant's decision to install cameras in the bathrooms of a number of its stores around the country.
A 67-year-old woman has been killed following a two-car crash in Co Kerry.
Gardaí are not treating the sudden death of a man at a house in Donegal as suspicious.
Romance isn't the first word that springs to mind when thinking about retail, designer handbags and pre-loved products - but it's a sentiment that Paddy Coughlan believes defines many a customer experience in his store.
A body has been found in the search for missing Dublin woman Sinead Pugh.
Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney has said there is a still "a way to go" in negotiations between Britain and the European Union before enough progress on Irish issues has been made to move on to the next phase of Brexit talks.
Payments firm Stripe, established by Irish brothers Patrick and John Collison, has contributed to the latest funding round for digital challenger bank Monzo.
A free-for-use event space in the middle of Dublin's Silicon Docks is being made available for start-ups, coworkers and local groups.
A financial technology startup that has grown rapidly thanks to its offering of app-based banking products has applied for a European Banking Licence.
A long serving Ryanair captain has written a letter to CEO Michael O'Leary backing Captain Imelda Comer's assertion that newly-formed EERC is a group "exclusively comprised of Ryanair pilots".
A fintech startup that has grown rapidly with its offering of app-based banking products has applied for a European Banking Licence.
Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney has called for a "sensible" transition period of up to five years after the UK officially leaves the European Union next March.
Roomex has been named as one of the fastest growing technology companies in Ireland, ranking 20 in the 2017 Deloitte Technology Fast 50.
An Irish EdTech firm has secured over €100,000 in funding to launch a new project which will investigate how virtual reality (VR) technology impacts children's health.
A husband-wife duo have launched a range of shaving products aimed at taking the sting out of shaving for men.
Grainne Seoige has a nugget of advice for those embarking on a new entrepreneurial venture - buckle yourself in for a rough ride.
Ibrahim Halawa denied any involvement with the Muslim Brotherhood and addressed rumours surrounding his four year imprisonment in Eqypt on Friday's Late Late Show.
A man was killed and five people were taken to hospital following a crash involving a bus and a car in County Roscommon today.
The first Director of Public Prosecutions Eamonn Barnes has died.
Having a fast, strong broadband connection is so important for us that we would consider moving home for a better service.
Rowan Devereux has been appointed to the Chair of the Bloom Equity angel syndicate at Halo Business Angel Network (HBAN).
Tech firm Novi has launched a new off-site data recovery service which is expected to help Irish companies protect their data in the event of attack.
'Ireland is the perfect post-Brexit solution for companies,' was the well worn phrase used by An Tánaiste Frances Fitzgerald TD as yet another tech firm officially announced the opening of its EMEA headquarters in Dublin's 'Silicon Docks'.
The summer festival season may be just a distant memory but Samhain is on this weekend - and it's offering something completely different.
A tech firm which provides energy intelligence software has opened its new European headquarters in Dublin’s "Silicon Docks".
A fintech startup has launched its initial insurance offering which will allow users to protect their mobile phone worldwide for as little as €1 a week.
A leading biotechnology company is expanding its operations in Ireland with plans for an additional 300 jobs at its Limerick campus.
Thousands of members of Charleville Credit Union have been sent cheques to cover their deposits following the credit union's shock closure.
A fintech startup has scooped the top prize of €30,000 follow-on investment the NDRC Investor Day Autumn 2017
An Irish-based company that has created unique weight management wearable tech has raised £1.2m in its IndieGoGo campaign.
The Irish consumer likes to know the face behind the business, the story behind the brand - and Oonagh O’Hagan’s warm and open character is well suited to the role.
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said that the Budget is a "Budget with many authors" and one he is happy to stand behind. Stay with Digital Business Editor Louise Kelly for all the reaction one day later.
A 36-year-old mother said she was left with "no choice" but to move back home after her husband died while she was pregnant with their child six years ago.
A mum-of-one who teaches in primary school on a part-time basis believes that Budget 2018 was "a fair enough budget" for parents.
It's the one day when the most popular thing for Irish people to talk about is not the weather.
Microsoft has become one of the first multinational companies to support a new wind project in Ireland.
Some 16,000 attendees are expected to gather at a three day event geared towards highlighting the issues affecting Ireland's Generation Z.
Large disparities in investment in digital by universities and colleges are proving frustrating for web, marketing, recruitment and leadership professionals.
With just days to go and negotiations on some aspects of the budget down to the wire here is everything we know so far about what to expect when Paschal Donohoe presents Budget 2018 on Tuesday.
Diageo is on the hunt for a development partner as it embarks on the transformation of part of its iconic St James's Gate site.
Plynk has announced that they will be creating a total of 40 jobs across a number of different departments at its Dublin headquarters.
An Irish teen has developed a Tinder-style app for news that allows users to swipe for the content they want to read.
Edmond Scanlon has officially succeeded Stan McCarthy as chief executive of Kerry Group.
A new initiative aimed at tackling youth unemployment here has been launched by Coca Cola Hellenic Bottling Company (HBC) Ireland & Northern Ireland.
Three Irish charities will be awarded total funding of €13,500 as part of a financial inclusion programme from PayPal.
Huckletree's arrival in Dublin is expected to inject further energy into the city's already dynamic co-working scene.
Trying to establish a definition for co-working is so difficult that those embedded in the industry can’t even agree on one.
Up to 400,000 passengers will be affected by Ryanair's announcement that it plans to reduce its flying schedule this winter.
Over 10,000 people have contacted a new national database aimed at recording and utilising Ireland's stock of vacant houses.
All entrants to Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur (IBYE) competition are now being offered special discounted loan packages.
Five women from technical backgrounds made the decision to leave the workforce for various reasons, but have recently taken the plunge to make a return.
The pilot success of an innovative new programme geared towards helping women reconnect with the tech industry after long career breaks has led to national rollout.
Ryan's Cleaning have been involved in the Ploughing Championships since 2001 so they're well versed in large crowds.
Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary has said that the budget airline expects to recruit and train almost 600 pilots between now and the end of May or June next year.
The average Irish business is expected to spend some €455,000 on projects to digitally transform their company over the next year.
Ireland's Halo Business Angel Network (HBAN) is doing well.
The head chef of Dublin's newest steakhouse is confident about what his menu has to offer expectant customers.
Tullamore D.E.W. has partnered with MyHeritage DNA to create a limited edition kit that allows customers to discover their own unique blend.
Supermac’s has said that it is on target to spend close to €7m on Irish poultry this year.
XL Group has chosen Dublin as the location for its principal EU insurance company in response to Brexit.
Iconic Offices are continuing in their expansion of flexible workspace across Dublin with 'The Greenway' opposite St. Stephen’s Green park.
Ryanair has come under fire for cancelling up to 50 flights a day for the next six weeks as it moves to reduce a backlog of holidays for staff.
A new service that helps companies recover the value of their old IT equipment is expected to return over €250,000 to users over the next year.
LinkedIn has just unveiled its new 17,650 sq m Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) HQ in Dublin.
A sports battle between Mayo and Dublin plays out at the All Ireland this weekend, with county natives from either side espousing the talents of their respective players.
Milk? Sugar? Mushrooms...?
The majority of small to medium Irish businesses have fallen victim to cyber crime - and would like to see a central body set up to prevent and tackle these incidents.
Close to one quarter of Irish firms would be forced to pull down their shutters if handed fines for non-compliance to the new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
An organic food start up with ambition to connect soil health to food has walked away with the top prize at the Lion's Den competition at Dublin's Citywest Convention Centre.
A health start up that proved a success on popular RTE show Dragon's Den believes an investment in PR could be the most crucial thing for your new business.
Thousands of food industry professionals have gathered in Dublin's Citywest Convention Centre on Wednesday for the 4th National Food and Drink Conference.
Deliveroo has announced that it will be adding 250 riders to its fleet in Ireland over the coming weeks.
The owners of a family run store in Dublin that closed its doors for the last time after 150 years have been overwhelmed by well wishes from previous customers.
Facebook are rolling out a number of fundraising tools aimed at making it safer and easier for nonprofit companies in Ireland to raise money online.
A young couple with a passion for GAA and healthy food are celebrating their first year in business together - but they're admitting it hasn't been easy.
A Fianna Fáil councillor says he was forced to "come out" as his sexuality was the subject of "rumour mills" which he wanted to shut down.
A Fianna Fail councillor has revealed the pressure he felt to issue a statement over his sexual orientation as he believed the discussion "has become somewhat of a distraction".
A businessman has attributed his firm's success in loss protection to his own criminal background in fraudulent activity.
Pure Telecom has signed a €35m deal with wholesale telecoms provider Open Eir.
Fine Gael have slammed recent comments by a party councillor on social media as "unacceptable".
There was one winner of the Lotto jackpot on Wednesday evening.
Skeletal remains which have been found at a house in Co Louth have been confirmed as human.
Gardaí have seized almost a million euro in the latest blow to the Kinahan crime gang.
Two men have been arrested as part of a garda operation in which almost €830,000 in cash was seized.