A toy robot called Marty that can play soccer, dance, and walk, and is programmable by young children, has earned inventor Alexander Enoch a prestigious Royal Academy of Engineering award. Video: REUTERS
Nintendo has unveiled its new console, the Nintendo Switch, which will be released in March 2017. Video: Nintendo
Electric car giant Tesla is coming to Ireland next year with four super charging stations. Video: Michael McAleer/ Tesla
An international take on Budget 2017 dealing with FDI, Brexit/BEPS by Liam Diamond, Tax Partner, PwC.
What do creche owners and mothers think of the new affordable childcare scheme? Video: Niall Sargent
Dublin correspondent Olivia Kelly looks at the 'Help-to-Buy’ scheme for first-time home buyers introduced in the budget. Video: Bryan O'Brien
Experts give their views on the Budget. Video: PWC
This is the first year Facebook will take part in Open House Dublin. The social network's Dublin headquarters will be open to the public on October 15th but this event is now fully booked
Three USC rates cut, price of cigarettes up but alcohol and fuel unchanged, all social welfare payments to rise by €5 per week, childcare subsidies announced
The Bioservo robotic glove helps people who have difficulties gripping things or with weak endurance. The glove is power assisted and covers only three fingers in order to maintain strength and sensibility.
Cliff Taylor reports on Budget 2017, a balancing act between economics and politics. Video: Enda O'Dowd
Pat Mahon discusses the backdrop to Budget 17 for financial services and how changes in the personal tax agenda could help support the sector. Video: PwC
John Murphy outlines how Budget 17 has an important role to play in underpinning Ireland's growth agenda for the domestic business and entrepreneurship sector. Video: PwC
Aoife Reid of PwC outlines the measures that might be considered in Budget 17 that will allow Ireland to attract talent and boost the labour market.
Peter Reilly of PwC reflects on the potential long-term effect of upcoming changes in tax policy, the role they will play in this year's budget and their likely effect on PLCs.
Despite having a dramatic election that resulted in a dramatic configuration of the government, this year, it's going to be anything but a dramatic budget, says Harry McGee. Video: Bryan O'Brien
Austin Hughes, chief cconomist, KBC Bank, Joe Tynan, PwC head of tax, Doone O'Doherty, PwC director and Liam Diamond, partner, PwC discuss the ramifications of Budget 2017.
Harry Harrison of PwC discusses developments in the FDI space, and the challenges they present, against the backdrop of Budget 17.
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