Brett Meyers (centre) says getting the imprimatur of Which? was a boost for his company.

Dublin-based startup CurrencyFair is setting its sights on the business market, aiming to take on the banks when it comes to performing business trans(...)

CurrencyFair founder Brett Myers

Irish-based fintech firm CurrencyFair has unveiled a new peer to peer currency exchange app. The app, which is available for iOS and Android, a(...)

Bob Geldof: In Dublin this week for the One Young World summit.Photograph: Henning Kaiser/EPA

Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales, former UN Secretary General Kofi Annan, School for Start-ups founder Doug Richards and Live Aid creator Bob Geldof will(...)

New York Times: has once again turned its focus on the Emerald Isle

Having been lambasted for the view it took on Ireland in December when it portrayed the populace as being dependent on shooting and grilling pigeons t(...)

Google’s home in the Montevetro building on Grand Canal Dock. 
The New York Times
 described the area as being a “kind of home away from home for the big Silicon Valley companies”.

Chastened perhaps, by its recent portrayal of Ireland as a country where people kill pigeons in order to survive, The New York Times has returned with(...)

PayPal founder and Tesla chief Musk with Taoiseach Enda Kenny  at the Dublin Web Summit in the RDS yesterday. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Ireland needs engineering talent to build technology companies, and should remove third-level fees to attract it, Elon Musk told the Web Summit. The e(...)