Fianna Fáil spokesman on finance Michael McGrath has said people with variable rate mortgages  are being ‘discriminated against’ by banks. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

(...) their falling cost of funds”.Mr McGrath said he also endorsed “product innovation” to make “switcher(...)

Deal values Tullamore-based Carroll Cuisine at €40 million.

(...) consumer appeal, and with a track record of growth and innovation.”Mr Dolan said: “The food sector is a(...)

(...) thing. Slicing and dicing pieces of the same pie isn’t innovation. 67. Tidal is not a new idea. 68(...)

Stock picking: ETFs offer investors the ability to assemble a low-cost, diversified portfolio but their convenience tempts investors to partake in the trading game in which the only sure winners are the brokers and dealers of Wall Street. Photograph: Gianluigi Guercia/AFP/Getty Images

(...) dismissed them as the “greatest marketing innovation of the 21st century”.ETFs, like conventional index(...)

Abu Dhabi intends to set itself up as a new hub for wealth management, with the head of its nascent international financial centre declaring Switzerland’s old model of private bank secrecy to be “dead”. (Photograph: Sam Robinson/Digital Vision /Getty)

(...) told the Financial Times.“Innovation is coming from this new, emerging market. This is why Asian(...)

“When we entered the awards we were selling 100,000 units a year,” says Aerogen CEO John Power. “This year we will do one million units and we have treated more than two million patients overall so far.”

(...) innovation. “A big chunk of our turnover goes back into R&D,” he points out. “We have a very large number(...)

3D printing may not be as satisfying as building something with your own two hands

(...) open one in Ireland, at the DCU Innovation Campus in Dublin. Anyone can join and have access to various(...)

 Sir Ernest Shackleton: objective shifted from adventure and personal glory to guaranteeing a safe return home for himself and his crew.  Photograph: Scott Polar Research Institute, University of Cambridge.

(...) ability to adapt to an ugly situation and redirect focus. Innovation is frequently associated with(...)

NUI Galway scientists Dr Nicholas Devaney (left) of the school of physics at NUIG, and Dr Alexander Goncharov, who are developing optics technologies for use in large space telescopes. photograph:  Aengus McMahon

A research group in Galway has won a €1 million contract from the European Space Agency to develop new ways to correct visual errors in orbiting space(...)

Dr Mary Shire, vice president research, University of Limerick. Photograph:  Sean Curtin

(...) the Nexus Innovation Centre. It is now home to a software development centre established by Johnson(...)