Natasha Dow Schull wears the Muse headband, which monitors brain waves. photograph: kayana szymczak/the new york times

(...) increase self-knowledge and autonomy through numbers.Consumer electronics developers – or “quantrepreneurs(...)

When the horse-meat scandal emerged in 2013 beef cost about €4 a kilo while horse meat was around 90 cents

(...) the Gendarmerie Nationale of France and 100 officers from the Netherlands Food and Consumer Product(...)

IDA chief executive Martin Shanahan welcomed Agora’s decision to expand its operations in Ireland

(...) the largest and most successful consumer newsletter publishers in the world. It consists of 60(...)

News Ltd, which appears to have obtained a full copy of the Women’s Weekly interview ahead of publication, reports Gibson fails to explain fully why she lied, saying only that she had a difficult childhood.

(...) suggesting dietary approaches alone could successfully treat them.Delted app and investigationConsumer(...)

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Mairead Roche from West Cork has won a cycling holiday in France after she made the 10 millionth journey on Dublinbikes, the scheme operated by Dublin(...)

Swiss drug maker reported first-quarter profits beating estimates with operating income of $3.55 billion. Photograph: Reuters.

(...) sell consumer health-care products. Novartis closed a deal in January to sell its animal health(...)

Rise in consumer sentiment as  survey hints at an expected broadening of the recovery in Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson.

Dublin consumer sentiment improved sharply in early 2015 as optimism about economic conditions(...)

While 71 per cent of young adults used more than one social media platform, when asked what one they used most, 44 per cent said it was Facebook

Media outlets are fond of declaring that Facebook is not popular with teens any more, as they have all supposedly migrated to Instagram and Snapchat. (...)

The Government should spend this tax surplus by making “targeted giveaways” through capital investment, income tax cuts and tax breaks that support entrepreneurship and housebuilding activity, according to Goodbody economists. Photograph: Rui Vieira/PA Wire

(...) write in the firm’s latest quarterly “health check”.The budget deficit will fall to 1.9 per cent this(...)

Barry Cryan, Pat Walsh, Conal O’Neill and Anthony Killeen from PanelDuct: the Co Mayo engineering firm  won the overall Innovation of the Year award at The Irish Times InterTradeIreland Innovation Awards 2015. Photograph: Conor McCabe Photography

(...) ultimately produces a superior end product with health benefits for the consumer.“We discovered last year(...)