Mark Roden, Ding founder. Photograph:  Richie Stokes

‘A way to empower people abroad to get value home really fast’

Dublin-based Swrve increased annual revenues in the first half of 2014 by more than 250 per cent.

Dublin-based company now monitors more than 3 billion transactions per day

Magico managing director Paul Montwill. The tech company is to double its workforce in Co Clare as part of a €500,000 investment into developing a Big Data analytics system.

Software firm, founded 14 years ago in Co Clare, will double its workforce to 24

Parked cars: could be used to help locate missing patients, detect gas leaks or improve home security

Cars could be used to locate missing patients and detect gas leaks, say Dublin researchers

Kerrill Thornhill, managing director of Maithu IT Solutions, which developed the app and  Dr Eoghan O’Neill, consultant microbiologist and senior RCSI lecturer at Connolly Hospital, Blanchardstown.

Smartphone app will provide healthcare professionals within the RCSI Hospitals Group with guidelines for prescribing

Cork-based software firm WorkCompass has raised €650,000 in funding to expand into international markets.

Cork-based company to focus growth on UK market initially

Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary: “Being nice to people doesn’t come naturally to me.” Photograph: Reuters

Ryanair chief criticises Irish tax system, saying it places undue burden on people

The Central Bank has issued a warning against two unauthorised investment firms - Phoenix Financial Services (USA) and Miyako Mergers & Acquisitions (Japan).

Bank warns consumers about Phoenix Financial Services (USA) and Miyako Mergers & Acquisitions (Japan)

TTM Healthcare is to create 100 new jobs as part of a €5 million expansion plan. Photo: Bloomberg

Food company Danone announces 50 new jobs at Wexford production facility

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