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Persuading your team requires putting forth a compelling vision
The awards are the culmination of years of hard work and mark the end of a long judging process
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Finalists on their way to making an impact in the music, architecture and toy industries
This week we look at the three finalists who made the grade in the energy and environment category for this year’s ‘Irish Times’ InterTradeIreland Innovation awards
Caterpillar blood clots, fooling the immune system and online doctors
Three survivors of round one make it to the finals of IT and telecoms category
Watches as credit cards, near-telescopic cameras and flat-pack ducting
Property prices rose faster than anywhere else in the EU last year
Next of kin have been locked out of their deceased loved ones’ social media accounts due to a glitch in the law
Brand’s latest error is to suggest ‘average’ and ‘beautiful’ are mutually exclusive
Many of us check digital devices regularly, but is it interfering with our lives?
Saying goodbye to ubiquitous social network can prompt delight and anguish
Those accessing the stream will soon have to license the data directly
Consumers can benefit from ‘transparency’ campaign on speeds
Concern raised is that Google’s shopping searches are biased and prioritise its own services
Wobbly market puts agency on solid ground
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