Queen’s University Belfast: Centre for Secure Information Technologies  in the Northern Ireland Science Park is the UK’s largest university centre for cyber-security research. Photograph: Alan Betson

RepKnight software monitors social media and pinpoints geographic locations

Trade and investment minister Arlene Foster said it is encouraging that both the jobless rate and the numbers of people claiming benefits have fallen in the North.

Eight firms collectively planning to invest £2.8m and create 65 jobs

The Martin brothers know that soft learner boards – foamies – are very buoyant and help beginners to catch waves, but they can be very vulnerable to the elements

Three investers interested in ‘next generation’ of surfboards from their Skunk Works company in Coleraine

Bombardier’s Belfast operations may have escaped this latest round of job cuts - but it was only last September that the Canadian group cut 300 temporary and contract jobs in the North and 90 positions from its permanent workforce.

Canadian aerospace group to cut jobs in US and Mexico

PathXL is a spin out from  Queen’s University Belfast

PathXL makes tumour detection software

Northern Ireland Secretary of State Theresa Villiers, who last Thursday unveiled the Corporation Tax (NI) Bill. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien /The Irish Times

KPMG Belfast boss says corporation tax power will change North’s future

Northern Ireland Secretary of Sate, Theresa Villiers: said she believed the Bill had the potential to create thousands of jobs and stimulate growth. Photograph: Stephen Davison

Bill will permit NI Executive to determine its own rates independently of London

Northern Ireland Secretary of Sate, Theresa Villiers: said she believed the Bill had the potential to create thousands of jobs and stimulate growth. Photograph: Stephen Davison

Bill will permit NI Executive to determine its own rates independently of London

Tesco said it would reduce its capital expenditure for next year to £1 billion, from no more than £2.1 billion this year and cut costs by £250 million a year

Supermarket chain to cut costs and sell assets as it seeks to win back market share

More articles