Bank of Ireland rose nearly 1 per cent to close at 35 cent, buoyed by a sector-wide surge in stocks

(...) gauge of technology shares posted the worst drop among Stoxx 600 industry groups. Neopost fell 6.9 per(...)

Hewlett-Packard has maintained that before it agreed to buy the Cambridge, England-based software company for $10 billion in 2011, Mr Lynch and other managers gave an overly optimistic representation of its financial health.

Hewlett-Packard escalated its more than two-year-old battle with Michael Lynch, suing the Autonomy co-founder, as well as a former chief financial off(...)

AIG has completed the acquisition of Irish health insurance provider Laya Healthcare, for an undisclosed sum.

(...) healthcare business, we can now start to focus on how our exciting alliance - now formalised - can start(...)

April fool’s day has rolled around for another year, bringing with it the usual super-funny-ha-didn’t-mean-it announcements from brands 1:21

April fool’s day has rolled around again, bringing with it the usual super-funny-ha-didn’t-mean-it “pranks”. Here are some of the fools of April 2015:(...)

Signal has raised $1.8 million in funding as it seeks to expand its business. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

UK startup Signal has raised $1.8 million in funding as it seeks to expand its business, backed by(...)

IDA chief executive Martin Shanahan said the Dundalk centre has the sole responsibility for delivering Prometric’s business services to its European customers. Photo: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

(...) customer service functions to Prometric’s test development, technology, operations and human resources(...)

The deal to buy Ontario-based Affinity will help FD expand its software and consulting services within the Internet of Things.

(...)+, and FD said Affinity’s technology has been proven for applications such as smart meter data management(...)

Simon Coveney at the helm of his yacht ‘Wavetrain’ during yesterday’s racing at Cork Week. Photograph: David Branigan/Oceansport

Minister for Defence Simon Coveney has said that there has been “no final decision” on offering a British sports consultancy an opportunity to run an(...)

Mike Lynch: said he intended to launch legal action against HP for “false and negligent statements” made by the US company. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

(...) the warring parties moved towards a showdown in the UK courts.The US technology conglomerate revealed(...)

Joe McGivern of SupportIT: “The big multinationals are attracting all the good IT people and it is very difficult to compete with that.”

(...)’s the biggest mistake you’ve made in business? When we moved away from our core business. In technology(...)