Brexit leaves Northern Ireland’s businesses questioning what changes await them
Cabinet’s decision will determine the size of the State’s contribution to the network
Dublin could see companies both moving in and out following result of UK referendum
There are already signs that Britain might be heading towards a second referendum rather than the door marked exit
Some suggest city could capture 300,000 jobs over time as Central Bank readies resources for flood of potential authorisations - but future is still very uncertain
The country has a decisive referendum in October, a gamble which is not less risky than the Brexit vote
Dutch inventor Boyan Slat has created a boom he says can clean the seas of plastic
In two unmarked warehouses in Petah Tikva, Airobotics, an Israeli start-up emerging from stealth mode today, is assembling, testing and developing an autonomous drone system
The F1 team has developed tools it considers could revolutionise the design and testing of domestic vehicles
Four key points from Osborne’s statement and what they mean
Microfinance Ireland scheme has potential but needs to raise its profile
We have time to restructure our trading relationships for the new environment
Sterling, the euro, stocks and bonds are expected to remain under pressure
The new Ember fire mat protects carpets and wooden floors from burns.
Comment: Economist Kevin O’Rourke on the fall-out from the Brexit vote
Here are the implications for the economy of developments so far
Judith Williams built a career helping the tech industry to tackle their lack of diversity
Bitterly divisive referendum campaign sees Leave win the day
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