A Carlsberg flag flies outside the brewing group’s headquarters in Copenhagen, Denmark, yesterday. Carlsberg, Russia’s biggest brewer, cut its full-year forecasts for revenue and earnings even as quarterly profit beat estimates, causing the shares to slump 3.6 percent. Photograph: Freya Ingrid Morales/Bloomberg

Trading was relatively flat across most of Europe following two consecutive days of gains. In the US, stocks rose to within five points of an all-t(...)

A file image showing part of the Manx2 plane being removed from Cork Airport after a crash in 2011 where six people died and six others were injured. Photograph:  Niall Carson/PA Wire

A jury has returned verdicts of accidental death at the inquest into the deaths of six people killed when their Manx2 flight crashed in thick fog as i(...)

Liam Casey of PCH: a great example of a successful Irish founding chief executive

Recently I took the jump from running a multi-billion dollar division of Cisco to becoming founder and chief executive of an Irish-Californian softwar(...)

 Aerial view of site of fatal crash.Photograph:  Air Accident Investigation Unit Ireland

A report into an aircraft crash that claimed the lives of six people at Cork Airport in 2011 has identified poor operational decisions by the crew in (...)

Lessons from the Valley

When Deborah Perry Piscione approached her publishers with the idea for a book, she had a very different title in mind. “Why Silicon Val(...)