Palo Alto: the city’s chief information officer Jonathan Reichental said: “The start-up acquires timely feedback from government staff that ensures their product meets market needs, and cities get to shape a solution more quickly that works for them.”

An Irish start-up has teamed up with the world’s technology capital, Palo Alto, to launch an interactive tool to allow residents such as Facebook fou(...)

Ryanair has recently shaken up its customer service and launched a drive to attract more businesss travellers and famililes

Ryanair has signed up Boxever, the travel marketing software specialist whose investors include a firm backed by Irelandia, the investment vehicle run(...)

Qstream, an Irish-backed mobile sales enablement and analytics solution spin-out from Harvard has signed up eight of the world’s top ten pharmaceutica(...)

PCH’s Liam Casey says if US companies  put more resources in Ireland, people become more qualified and skilled.

Liam Casey, founder of $1 billion turnover PCH International, has said Ireland’s knowledge boxes will create an “environment focused on innovation”. (...)

Before the Munsterfootball final Páirc Uí Chaoimh, Cork, on Sunday. Cork county chairman  Bob Ryan said he believed the deployment of rofessional event security firm Frontline  to have been excessive. Photograph: Inpho

Cork GAA authorities are unhappy about the decision of the Munster Council to retain professional event security firm Frontline to supervise Sunday’s (...)

Last week Lightstone Ventures, a US life sciences venture capital fund, became the latest participant in the government’s Innovation Fund Ireland init(...)

Boxever chief executive  Dave O’Flanagan: “The funding enables us to accelerate our growth plans and drive our product strategy so that we can capitalise on the huge opportunity in travel.” Photograph: Aidan Oliver

Boxever, a Dublin-based big data and personalisation platform for airlines and travel operators, has raised $6m (€4.3m) in a new funding round (...)

Left to right: Karl Aherne, director of Wayra Ireland, Liam Casey, founder CEO of PCH International and Richard Whelan, CEO of Popdeem Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

It’s crunch day for 11 young companies that form the first Irish graduating group from Wayra, Telefónica’s start-up accelerator.A stage has been set u(...)