At the F8 2017 keynote speech, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg talks about the social media platform's new artificial intelligence and virtual reality features. Video: Facebook
Appearing before the Joint Committee on Finance on Thursday, Jonathan Sugarman has said that Ireland has 'destroyed the lives of every single whistleblower.' Video: Oireachtas
A timeline to the Bus Éireann dispute, which centres around a €30 million cost saving package proposed by management
Political Editor, Pat Leahy and Managing Editor, Cliff Taylor, discuss how currency fluctuations and new tariffs may impact Irish businesses in the near future.
The Bus Éireann strike which has disrupted the travel plans of over 100,000 people this weekend, could escalate significantly next week and involve Dublin Bus and Iarnród Eireann. Video: Bryan O'Brien
Ahead of the triggering of Article 50 by Britain, European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker has described Brexit as a 'tragedy'. Video: BBC
Landmarks around the world turn the colour green to celebrate St Patrick's Day. Video: Reuters
Technology reporter Ciara O'Brien gives us a quick run-through of the Apple Pay system. Video: Barry Cronin
Google-owned robotics firm Boston Dynamics has released video of its latest creation: a two-wheeled, four-legged hybrid robot named Handle. The robot has been likened to “Terminator riding on a hoverboard”. Video: Boston Dynamics
The Central Bank has opened the doors to the media to show off its new HQ in Dublin’s Docklands on North Wall Quay. The €140m project will be home to 1,459 work stations on 8 floors above ground and 2 floors at basement level. Video: Bryan O'Brien
The Dublin Summit brought together start-ups, business experts and entrepreneurs for an evening of sharing and networking
Roboticists from Trinity College Dublin are designing assistive robots that are stable and mobile, and have improved social interfaces to better interact with humans. Video: REUTERS
The AIB Start-up Academy Summit series moved to Cork to hear expert advice from locals and pitches from three businesses looking to secure a place at February's Academy
As the Apple tax case moves towards the European Union courts, €13 billion has been transferred to Ireland. The implications of the case will effect how multi-national companies implement taxes across Europe.
Highlights from the Irish Times corporate tax summit. Video: Barry Cronin
This was the first of four regional events designed to fill the last four places on the 2017 Academy which will see the Summit in Cork, Belfast and Dublin over the next few weeks
Cliff Taylor looks at how Theresa May's hard-Brexit will impact on the Irish economy and how future trade between the countries might be affected.
Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey circus will close after 146 years in business, due to declining tickets sales and high operating costs. The move will put 400 cast and crew members out of work. Video: REUTERS
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