A review of the business world this week
The drab shade was deemed the most repellent - but will consumers always see it that way?
Temporary arrangements – for Greek debt and the euro – cannot last forever
As Aer Lingus hits 80 years old, it is following a strategy aimed at building transatlantic traffic
Washington pushes for ‘aggressive engagement’ with Europe over tax crackdown
European Parliament to vote on Privacy Shield agreement
Latest ‘home assistant’ effectively turns your home into one big voice-controlled entity
Issue arises again in light of Ulster Bank’s imminent sale of 900 homeloans
It may sound like science fiction, but device aims to translate languages in real time
Allo is a universal messaging app like WhatsApp
Budding screenwriters can create a script, share with others and edit offline
YouTube clips which show you a techno enthusiast getting under the skin of devices
Government needs to live up to promise of National Broadband Plan – and fast
From tax to privacy, Europe-US relations in the digital space have never been so strained
Bill Clinton helped create a boom, and Hillary wants to use him to create another one
Warning of ‘technical recession’ after exit from EU enraged Vote Leave camp
The 100 Irish entrants at the EY Entrepreneur of the Year are not afraid of failure
Joblessness dips below 8% as 47,000 net new jobs were created over the past year
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