Jason Dorsey, the founder of the Center of Generational Kinetics, a marketing research firm in  Texas. “Definitely we want to be inclusive of millennials, but we don’t want to forget the people who brought us to the dance.” Photograph: Ben Sklar/The New York Times

The makers of Tic Tacs had a problem on their hands. After 18 months of internal study, they had concluded that the all-important millennial ge(...)

Graham Stubbs: chief executive of Diona, a company which provides enterprise mobility solutions and consulting services 1:17

Graham Stubbs is the co-founder and chief executive of Diona, a company which provides enterprise mobility solutions and consulting services. He gradu(...)

Maria Mallin (10), EU Digital Girl of the Year 2014 Lauren Boyle (10), Paula Neary, client director at Accenture Ireland and author of the report, and Chloe McArdle (10) at the launch of the “Continuing to Power Economic Growth: Attracting more women into Science and Technology 2.0” report. Photo: Naoise Culhane.

Biology is the most popular science subject among both girls and young women, while physics is the least popular, according a survey which raises fr(...)

EY Entrepreneur of the Year emerging catergory finalist: Alan Coleman, founder of Brite:Bill 1:04

Alan Coleman is the founder and chief executive of billing software company Brite:Bill. A graduate of University College Dublin and the Michael Smurfi(...)

19 Clanwilliam Square: the building has an overall floor area of 102sq m (1,100sq ft) and contains a mix of open-plan facilities and meeting rooms which have been upgraded in recent years.

The terraced office buildings at Clanwilliam Square near the south Dublin docks have been in constant demand in good and bad times. For that reason al(...)

There are concerns markets are increasingly being moved by computer algorithms rather than by any fundamental catalyst, resulting in increased volatility and potentially causing instability or even crashes. Photograph: Getty Images/iStockphoto There are concerns markets are increasingly being moved by computer algorithms rather than by any fundamental catalyst, resulting in increased volatility and potentially causing instability or even crashes. Photograph: Getty Images/iStockphoto

The growth of computerised trading has brought obvious benefits to investors. Trading costs have been slashed; complex information is quickly processe(...)

‘The non-stop consumer is mobile, social and harder to impress,’ says Accenture Ireland’s head of strategy, Ryan Shanks. Photograph: Thinkstock

Travelling, writing, talking, banking, television, music, friendship, money and countless other things besides – all have been radically transforme(...)

UniTuition is a new online grinds service designed to help third-level students.  It was set up in 2014 by Sean Judge (right) and Orla McCallion

UniTuition is a new online grinds service designed to help third-level students fill crucial gaps in their knowledge.It was set up in 2014 by Sean Jud(...)

A security van entering Westminster Magistrates’ Court in central London, believed to be carrying Navinder Singh Sarao, the futures trader facing charges of contributing to the 2010 “flash crash”. Photograph: Yui Mok/PA Wire

A UK futures trader operating out of a suburban London house is fighting extradition to the United States to face fraud charges, including allegations(...)

The Dow Jones Industrial Average plunge more than 600 points in a matter of minutes during the “flash crash”. Photograph: Andrew Burton/Getty Images

A UK futures trader has been charged by US authorities with wire and commodities fraud for allegedly contributing to the 2010 “flash crash”, which saw(...)