Winners of last year’s EY Entrepreneur of the Year awards, from left to right: Kieran Fitzpatrick and Maurice Curran of Barracuda FX; Patrick Joy of Suretank; Brian Hogan of KSG; and special award winner Denis Brosnan of Kerry Group.  photograph: aidan crawley

Winner will be revealed at an awards ceremony in Dublin this Thursday

 iPhone 6: its release  in China was delayed due to regulatory approval questions

Company sold 10 million new iPhones in first weekend on sale

Apple: results out today.
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James Bullard, a member of the Federal Reserve’s decision-making committee, said the US central bank should consider maintaining its policy of pumping funds into the economy. Photograph: Scott Eells/Bloomberg

Dow rebounds after early plunge as Fed member calls for stimulus to continue

New data indicating strength in the US economy helped major US, European and pan-world stock indexes to pare losses. Photograph: Reuters

Fears that Europe’s debt crisis waking up from two-year slumber

YouTube entrepreneur Michelle Phan, whose beauty amd make-up videos have been viewed more than 1 billion times.

Delegates from over 190 countries in Dublin for global forum for young leaders

The world’s first cyborg artist, Belfast-born Neil Harbisson, is to speak at the Web Summit in Dublin this November. Mr Harbisson has an antenna implanted in his skull so he can hear images and paint sounds. Photo: Lars Norgaard

Neil Harbisson has an antenna implanted in his skull so he can hear images

Dublin start-up Drop has created an iPad-connected kitchen scale that interacts with a recipe platform to ensure delicious dishes

Drop will use funds to expand its engineering, customer support and community teams

Nice moves in the airlines, with Aer Lingus and Ryanair both climbing.Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Worries about world economic growth and Ebola cause market volatility

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