Facebook chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg speaking at the social netoworking site’s Dublin office.

Daily site visits, flowers . . . and furniture moving assistance used to lure social networking firms

Jane Ní Dhulchaointigh was named on CNN’s list of seven tech superheroes for her self-setting material which allows people to ‘hack their products’

Jane Ní Dhulchaointigh was cited for her invention of a moldable glue called Sugru

More than half of firms in Dublin are likely to invest in IT infrastructure in the coming year

Just 11% of small businessesaware of Government technology and business grants, finds survey

Paul Hamill (Inflyte), Jeremy Fitch (InvestNI), Paul McConnon (Inflyte). Photo by Aaron McCracken/Harrisons

Inflyte allows record labels, PR firms and publishers to send promo material to DJs, programmers and journalists for feedback

AIG has agreed to buy Irish health insurance provider Laya Healthcare.

Laya Healthcare will continue to operate in Cork where it employs 450 people

Eamonn Sinnott, the new president of the American Chamber of Commerce in Ireland

Eamonn Sinnott says competitiveness should not be allowed to slip back as economy recovers

Barry Dowling, managing director of TransferMate Global Payments, said companies now have an alternative when it comes to making their foreign currency payments and despite having offices worldwide.

American technology firm Amax opens European manufacturing facility in Shannon

Andrew McMenamin  at his crisp sandwich shop, Simply Crispy, in Belfast. Photo: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Spoof article on Ulster Fry inspired Andrew McMenamin to open Simply Crisp

The ICF, which is administered by the High Court, can pay out up to 65 per cent of the sum due to the policyholder.

Dublin-based insurer, which was licensed in Malta, went into liquidation last April

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