Wall Street stocks were little changed on Thursday evening after a raft of mixed quarterly earnings and the slide in oil prices kept investors on the sidelines.

European shares fell slightly on Thursday after the European Central Bank kept rates unchanged, with Swedish telecom equipment maker Ericsson and Fren(...)

Sales fell 2.4 per cent to 52.2 billion kronor ($6.4 billion), the mobile-network equipment and software maker said on Thursday. Photograph: Reuters

Ericsson shares fell the most in a year after its first quarter sales missed analysts’ estimates, showing the Swedish company’s efforts to expand beyo(...)

Ryanair was among the most actively traded, falling more than 1 per cent to €13.06. Photograph: Chris Radburn/PA Wire

European shares rose on Tuesday, following a somewhat choppy session, as an advance by oil and mining companies offset weakness in some banking stocks(...)

The Harman  Rinspeed Budii concept car at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Features like gesture control are now making it into production models and not simply reserved for concept cars.

Carmakers are becoming a familiar sight at tech shows, where they’re rolling out new models to woo a generation of consumers who question the need for(...)

Ericsson’s President and chief executive Hans Vestberg: “We believe in 2021 there will 150 million subscribers for 5G.”

Ericsson, the world’s top supplier of wireless equipment, said on Monday it expects 150 million users to be on next-generation 5G networks five years (...)

Visitors sample Motorola devicces at last year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Photograph: David Ramos/Getty Images

Mobile World Congress is just around the corner, so we’re about to find put exactly what the mobile world has planned for the year. While CES (Consu(...)

John Hennessy: many in government “short-term in their thinking”.

Underfunding of higher education is in danger of “stressing the system to the point of breaking”, according to the outgoing chairman of the Higher Edu(...)

John Hennessy: “Growth at third-level will be phenomenal between now and 2030 given the demographics of the country”

When John Hennessy surveys the state of higher education in Ireland, he’s reminded of the moment almost 50 years ago when Donogh O’Malley announced pl(...)

More than 40 million surveys have been conducted with the Netigate platform over the last 10 years

Netigate, a Swedish provider of cloud-based services for online surveys, is to create 45 jobs at its new international headquarters in Cork. The new (...)

Paddy Power climbed 1.6% to €119.90, still riding high on last Friday’s news that its proposed merger with Betfair had received clearance from Irish Competition Authorities

European shares fell yesterday, following Asia lower and led by banks after the European Central Bank said it would quiz euro zone lenders about high (...)