AIB - the Final looms Week 7 - 2016
Dyson, the creator of bagless vacuum cleaners, has entered the beauty industry. Their Supersonic hairdryer has cost almost €65 million to develop, taken four years to perfect and and been tested on more than 1,625km of human hair.
Pilot Bertrand Piccard talks about his two-and-a-half day flight across the Pacific without any fuel. Video: Reuters
Last class at AIB Start-up Academy 2016
Week six: Social media at the AIB Start-up Academy
Self lacing shoes, transparent air-filled soles and football boots made from a polymer that prevents mud from sticking to the sole revealed at Nike launch event in New York City. Video: Reuters
Peter Finnegan of PwC speaks with a panel of experts with regard to new Directors Compliance Statement. Video: PwC
ECB has cut its main interest rate to zero, taking the financial markets by surprise as it unveils a major effort to boost the euro zone economy. What impact will the move have on your pocket?
Permanent tsb has published its Annual Results for 2015 which confirm a return to Underlying Profits for the first time since 2007.
Hollywood star Liam Neeson is lending his support to a major rally that is being organised by trade unions to highlight the impact that hundreds of planned job losses will have on his hometown of Ballymena, Co Antrim. Video: Unite the Union Ireland
Around the grounds of Adare Manor Hotel before proposed refurbishment.
Steorn is a Dublin company that has started taking orders for an everlasting power source and a mobile phone that doesn't need charging. They have faced persistent and intensive skepticism over the past 15 years. Video: Enda O'Dowd
Exhibitors flock to The Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas in the hope of becoming the next big thing. Video: Reuters
Fitbit and Volvo launch new wearable technology at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Video: Fitbit/Volvo
Enterprise Ireland announce the creation of 21,118 new jobs by client companies in 2015, a net increase of 10,169 jobs. Video: Enterprise Ireland
New Zealand court says German tech entrepreneur Kim Dotcom can be extradited to the United States. Video: Reuters
The social media company highlight the most talked about topics on their platform in 2015. Pics: Facebook
Take a virtual tour of the proposed redevelopment of Boland's Mill on Dublin’s Pearse Street. Video: Circle Creative
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