FirstCapital’s boss in Silicon Valley says Irish firms should think big about funding
The International Research Organisation review panel is considering if Ireland should stump up cash to join research bodies
Dublin’s tech hub has been designated Silicon Docks but the metalloid element may be superseded by new computing materials
Nasty things will happen after a default but reinstating the drachma is not automatic
Brazilian oil firm attempts to re-establish credibility after political corruption scandal
My 30-year anniversary at ‘Financial Times’ proves that I have been very lucky
New innovators: Leaves
‘The Gown’, which launched many a career, celebrates 60 years
Web giant may have massively lost out by not doing a deal on time
Data Protection Commissioner Helen Dixon will have yet another online behemoth to police
Why is the competition commissioner taking on the search engine giant?
Michael Noonan and Brendan Howlin to declare joint fiscal vows for the election
Sam Roch-Perks’s company plans to develop wave energy farm off Cornwall coast
With 1,500 employees and €450 million of assets to manage, Tetrarch chief executive Michael McElligott is glad his daughter made him take up karate
Spectacular growth in commercial property is sparking bubble fears and posing a threat to FDI
Microsoft’s takeover felt like your parents had sold a sibling to pay the bills
Case has nothing to do with Grant Thornton’s Michael McAteer
This week: Cashless society, ‘noflation’ and the US firm with a minimum $70,000 salary
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