ComReg has been strongly criticised for taking too long to adjudicate on complaints that Eir is abusing its dominant position in the market. Photograph: Karl Hussey/Fennell Photography

The telecoms watchdog has been strongly criticised for taking too long to adjudicate on complaints that Eir is abusing its dominant position in the ma(...)

BT has announced an expansion of its Irish business sales division with Erin Kennedy, Michael Galvin, Karen Harman, Brian Barry, Ann Marie Leech and Martin Flynn all joining BT Ireland.

BT Ireland said underlying revenues rose 4 per cent year-on-year during the third quarter as its parent posted its best growth for more than seven yea(...)

Bats Global Markets, which runs US and European stock markets, warned in a filing that a withdrawal by Britain from the European Union, or “Brexit,” could damage the London business climate enough to drive some or all the company’s operations out of the UK. (Photograph: HOW HWEE YOUNG/EPA)

Bats Global Markets, which runs US and European stock markets, warned in a filing that a withdrawal by Britain from the European Union, or “Brexi(...)

George Osborne cited ‘market turbulence’ for his decision to postpone the sale. Photograph: EPA

UK chancellor George Osborne has postponed the sale of his government’s final stake in Lloyds Banking Group, blaming turbulence in the global markets.(...)

Staff operating the 999 emergency call service have been told they must report to management before and after taking toilet breaks, a trade union has claimed. File photograph: Getty Images

Staff operating the 999 emergency call service have been told they must take no longer than seven minutes for toilet breaks, their trade union has cla(...)

Staff operating the 999 emergency call answering service are planning to ballot for industrial action. Photograph: Getty Images

Staff operating the 999 emergency call answering service are planning to ballot for industrial action in a row over pay and conditions. The Communica(...)

Ronan Dunne: ‘To me social media is the digital equivalent of walking the shop floor. I get to engage with customers.’ Photograph: Dave Meehan

As the chief executive officer of Telefónica UK, which trades as O2, Ronan Dunne makes it a priority to read every single customer email. Quite a few(...)

Bright sparks: Alexandra Kenny   and Eve Healy from Santa Sabina Dominican College, whose  project is on smog in rainwater, and Shane Curran (centre) from Terenure College with his project on automated logistics for couriers at  the  oung Scientist and Technology Exhibition. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Is seaweed good for fixing your foot blister? What can bird poop tell you about the bird? Can video games make you smarter? And are boys or girls bet(...)

Roisin Tuohy and Gabriele Kolesnikovaite, from Lucan Community College, are investigating the impact of screen time with teenagers. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Students around the country have been working hard to finish their projects for the BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition (BTYSTE) at the RDS (...)

Economist Colm McCarthy takes issue with the proposed “gap funding model”, which is likely to mean the State subsidises the cost of a high-speed broadband network for rural Ireland. Photograph: Getty Images

The Government’s National Broadband Plan has the potential to erode competition in the sector resulting in higher prices and poorer services for consu(...)