Dublin startup Noa adds the New York Times and The Economist to its audio platform
Dublin startup News Over Audio (Noa) has added the New York Times and The Economist to its platform as it continues to expand its...
Dublin startup News Over Audio (Noa) has added the New York Times and The Economist to its platform as it continues to expand its...
European Council President Donald Tusk has conceded British Prime Minister Theresa May’s...
An Irish software firm has just signed a global reseller agreement with PwC on the back of the launch of its new project management solution.
You know that sinking feeling when you awake after a heavy evening on the tiles?
A Clare-based temporary staff company is set to fill 700 casual roles in the hospitality sector over the next 12 months.
Apple has deposited €14.3bn into an escrow fund, representing the completion of the full recovery of alleged State aid.
Colm O'Gorman has spoken out about Twitter's "messed-up policies" after the social media platform found "no violations" in a tirade of abuse sent to him this week.
Glanbia is recalling a number of products from its Avonmore fresh soup range from stores in Ireland.
Irish consumers may be turning to biometric payments as soon as next year as traditional password authentication has become outdated.
A Cork-based firm has partnered with Agility Communications in a €1.5m deal that is expected to generate up to 10 new jobs across both companies.
Aoibhín Garrihy has supplied the voiceover for Littlewoods Ireland's latest TV advert, which marks the launch of the new V By Very Autumn/Winter...
An IT firm is set to create more than 250 new roles as it intends to create a European centre of excellence in Derry.
Waiting 12 months for a licence to operate in Dublin's city centre wasn't easy for Bleeperbikes...
Irish retailers are losing out because more consumers here purchase online from suppliers abroad than at home.
Multinational technology firms are increasingly choosing to locate further afield than Dublin's Silicon Docks.
The buzz around getting out of the capital for a tech career is ramping up with a recruiting event for that particular trend taking place this October.
Two leading Irish recruitment professionals have been ranked on a prestigious European listing for business leaders in the staffing arena.
Linkedin have launched a tool that gives its Irish users information around the salary of the job they are considering applying for.
Visitors to Italy often overlook the city of Naples, preferring well-trodden tourist hotspots such as Rome and Milan.
Two sisters behind an Irish veterinary supplies business are looking to inject some fresh energy into the 35-year-old firm.
Despite the name - and even an award from Italy for its ice cream - the owners of the Gino's Gelato chain are actually two Irishmen.
Logicalis Ireland has invested €1m into the company's digital transformation, which will lead to the creation of 25 jobs.
Results show gross profit at CPL Resources increased by 16pc to €83.2m as the company noted continued growth in the flexible working segment.
Troubled Swiss-Irish bakery group Aryzta has entered into an underwriting agreement as it intends to forge ahead with a planned €800m fund raising.
Gross profit at Cpl Resources has increased by 16pc to €83.2m as the company notes continued growth in the flexible talent segment.
Gourmet Food Parlour (GFP) are creating up to 100 jobs with the opening of two new restaurants, in Dublin and Galway.
KBC Bank Ireland has launched a new app which features an instant replacement service for lost or stolen cards.
Employment was up 3.4pc to 2,255,000, and unemployment was down 10.1pc to 144,300, in the year to Q2 2018.
Italian pilot union ANPAC on Tuesday said a majority of its pilots had approved a collective labour agreement with Ryanair in the airline's latest breakthrough in efforts to quell staff protests around Europe.
Aer Lingus is partnering with CityJet as the airline creates a regular service from Dublin to London City.
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A TEENAGE girl (13) who has created a business making healthy dog treats wants to inspire the entrepreneurial spirit in others of a similar age.
An Irish-based tech developer had dedicated his spare moments to the revival of a craft that has been in his family for generations.
Microsoft Ireland is swapping tech for tyres as company employees embark on a 350-km cycle to raise funds for a children's charity.
Fintech startup Revolut has launched a metal card that allows its users withdraw up to £600 (€670) per month in free international ATM withdrawals.
Five leading food startups will have the opportunity to battle it out in front of a panel of well known business leaders at this year's National Food and Drink Conference.
An Irish family-run card company is banking on our ingrained culture of sending physical greetings as they compete with international giants like Hallmark.
Electric Picnic goers won't have to worry about getting their notes wet in the (inevitable) downpours as contactless payments are available at the event for the first time.
A new Director of Financial Stability for the Central Bank has been announced
A man in his 20s who presented himself to gardaí in relation to a fatal road crash in Co Donegal in the early hours of this morning has been released without charge.
The former members club Residence, facing onto St Stephen's Green square, is throwing its doors open for guests under the new moniker The Grayson next week.
A United Nations programme that encourages sustainable and green finance in the operation of financial centres globally is setting up its European base in Ireland.
The financial crash some ten years ago resulted in the demise of many firms - but this Irish software company partly attributes its current global success to the recession.
Roomex has raised €8m series in funding as it looks to develop its booking platform and expand internationally.
Sligo is to suffer the loss of 165 jobs in the next three years as GlaxoSmithKline closes its manufacturing plant there.
DataSolutions revenues have grown by 34pc to €40m for the year ending March 31, the specialist IT distributor has announced.
The Irish brogue is often lauded as one of our nation's most attractive attributes, but it doesn't always translate very well.
A Louth-based company is using its experience of regulation in the traditional financial sector to tame the 'wild west' of cryptocurrency.
A typical Airbnb host on the platform in Ireland is expected to earn €2,000 on average this summer, with guests from the US most likely to stay in these homes.
Ambitious Irish start-ups are now eligible to enter a programme run by Google which offers mentorship and the chance to compete against European counterparts for a lucrative prize.
Ireland's largest hotel operator Dalata has implemented a new cloud-based system to simplify the management of payments and finances across its entire business.
An online Irish health food store set up by two young entrepreneurs is opening its first bricks-and-mortar store as demand for its produce has soared.
A number of the original investors in software developer Phorest have been bought out for an amount that equals almost 10 times their initial investment.
The Live Register total dropped 1pc in July 2018, decreasing by 2,200 to 217,700 on a monthly basis.
Hundreds of Microsoft Ireland employees downed their usual tools to collaborate in an event aimed at using technology to solve societal challenges.
A number of the original investors in software developer Phorest have been bought out for an amount that equals almost ten times their initial investment.
The latest firm to be recognised for promoting diversity in the workplace in addition to providing employees with a range of enviable perks may be surprising to some - but the company has embraced this culture for years.
Fianna Fáil TD John McGuinness has said a significant number of people will lose their homes as a result of the sale of a loanbook by PTSB.
Corporate health and wellness programmes have become more than just a perk at a global tech firm; for many workers in high-tech sectors they are regarded as the norm.
Have a worrying niggle in your tooth, but don't have the time, or finances, to get to the dentist? There's an app for that.
The growing sophistication of cyber crime has led many Irish firms to increase their online security spend - but the biggest danger of all is in-house.
Giving up a solid position at a billion-dollar tech company to embark on an online clothing startup isn't everyone's idea of the best career choice - but it just might prove to be a successful trajectory.
Retail Excellence has suspended its partnership with Facebook following revelations made in Channel 4's 'Dispatches' programme, 'Inside Facebook: Secrets Of The Social Network'.
A global financial services firm is planning on opening a new office in Dublin ahead of the UK's exit from the European Union next March.
IKEA will be removing all of its single-use plastic straws from both its product range - and its restaurants - from this autumn.
A Wexford-based tech firm has been granted €100,000 in funding following its recent expansion into the UK market.
Vodafone Ireland customers suffered outages to their services this afternoon.
Build-A-Bear has advised customers not to plan a visit to its stores on Thursday after a planned "Pay Your Age" event led to "extreme crowds and safety concerns".
Ireland's economy is expected to record the highest growth in the EU this year, according to latest forecasts from the European Commission.
Ireland's Halo Business Angel Network (HBAN) has scooped a prestigious award at the European Business Angel Network (EBAN) awards.
The Irish entrepreneur behind the latest gin offering to hit a somewhat saturated market swore he'd never make a gin, for exactly that reason.
Some 85 jobs have been created with as Becton Dickenson's new research and development (R&D) centre officially opens in Limerick.
Over one quarter of Irish adults have deactivated at least one of their social media accounts as the protection of personal data becomes increasingly important.
The Happy Pear brothers are among the first to use a completely paper-free compostable cup launched today.
The average age of employees paying money into a company pension is now 37 as a "younger for longer" trend in Ireland emerges.
Up to 40pc of project managers in Ireland have suffered from prolonged stress due to their day-to-day work.
The thoughts of having an actual sunny summer filled me more with dread than excitement as the battle to get rid of the Christmas bulge was still ongoing five months later.
Customer service support software firm Zendesk first established a presence in Dublin six years ago with just two employees supporting the firm's global expansion of its engineering team.
Supermac's is rolling out a new initiative across all of its outlets in an effort to become a 'greener' franchise.
Being offered a huge salary with amazing perks and benefits sounds like a winning combination, but it's not the only thing being considered by employees looking for pastures anew.
Irish Distillers has appointed Claire Tolan as Managing Director for Ireland, responsible for the distribution of Pernod Ricard's portfolio here.
Keywords Studios has revealed that it has created its own venture capital fund to help accelerate growth of early-stage start-ups.
Bulmers owner C&C has said that the good weather and the ongoing World Cup tournament has been positive for the group's trading.
Newly rebranded Paradyn is set to double its workforce in Ireland as part of a €4m investment.
An online platform to drive interest in - and investment to - the west coast of Ireland has been created by local groups across the region.
Ireland's unemployment rate has fallen to 5.1pc in June from 5.2pc the previous month.
Novi has invested €160,000 in the development of a new cloud-based service that can detect strains of malware that traditional solutions fail to find.
Digital bank Monzo, who has the financial backing of the Collison brothers, could hit 1 million users within months.
Almost one fifth of recent projects that Irish companies have undertaken have failed, costing on average €580,000.
Seeing a risk that Dublin hotels are pricing themselves out of the market is enough to keep one of the country's leading business families out of the accommodation market in the capital.
A number of Aldi and Tesco branded products have been recalled as they may contain glass fragments.
Two Irish health tech startups will be pitching at an event in Missouri this week in an effort to crack the US market.
IMF chief Christine Lagarde shared some challenges she has faced as an ambitious women in the workplace, revealing the first law firm she interviewed with told her she would never be a partner because of her gender.
Early last year, Niall Horgan helped to create a new clothing brand in Ireland that fit the lifestyle Irish people were leading.
Financial concerns should not hinder Ireland's ability to stay forefront of the tech revolution across Europe, according to a leading futurist.
Irish jewellery firm Chupi is embracing virtual reality technology as a way of showcasing their unique items for potential customers.
Supermac's will be opening the doors to its first outlet in Co Donegal in early August.
An events company intends to invest more than €500,000 with local suppliers as it brings its popular entertainment concept to Ireland.
There are few people you will encounter in your life that make you feel completely inadequate, both professionally and physically. Founder and CEO of personalised health care platform iamYiam ticks that box.
Cavan-based Lakeland Dairies will continue as the exclusive supplier of ice cream for Supermac's.
Data is not the new oil, it's inherently more valuable. And, with the number tech firms investing funds into creating data centres here, Ireland has become a big player across the European market.
Michael O'Leary has backed his chief marketing officer's plea to solve the air traffic control crisis that has led to delays and cancellations across Europe.
The big day is here - the World Cup 2018 is kicking off.
We've all been there - a tenner borrowed here, a fiver owed there. It can be hard to keep track when you owe it - and mortifying to have to ask for it back when you don't.
The founder of a Kerry-based tech firm is relocating to Boston - with his family - in a bid to expand the company's US customer base.
Planning permission for the much-anticipated Central Plaza project in the heart of Dublin City Centre has been granted.
Irish services firms remain "very upbeat" as the confidence index in the latest Investec PMI report remains above average.
Severe weather affected Applegreen's business, particularly in Ireland, despite a 'positive start' to the year.
A family trip to the beach ended in tragedy yesterday when a young dad was killed and his daughter and another teenager were seriously injured in a horror road crash.
A man has died following a collision between a van and a tractor in Co Cork and two teenagers are in serious condition in hospital.
Former Dragon's Den star Bobby Kerr believes that the workplace of the future will be up to the employee to decide.
A new London-based angel investment syndicate is to invest €3m in Irish start-ups over the next three years.
As the European home to the likes of Apple and Google, Ireland's position in the global technological transformation seems secure, but Martina Larkin, the World Economic Forum's (WEF) head of Europe and Eurasia, says she isn't buying it.
Retailers are changing the use of their selling space into showrooms in line with customer desires, and advancing technology, and the automotive industry has taken to the concept in a big way.
The Web Summit is creating 50 new jobs across its offices globally, as it continues to expand internationally with the opening of an office in Toronto.