Piero Tintori, CEO and founder of TerminalFour. “The US is by far the biggest opportunity for us. There are 4,000 universities in the US”

Irish technology firm TerminalFour has secured an investment of €1 million to expand its operations in the United States.The investment was made by I(...)

Employment across the services sector, including travel and leisure,  continued in March. (Photograph: Owen Humphreys/PA Wire)

Ireland’s services sector expanded during March, as companies operating in the sector continue to benefit from a recovering economy. However, the shar(...)

 Investec’s  Conor McCarthy has already raised about €15,500 for the Peter McVerry Trust, Temple Street children’s hospital and the Marymount hospice in Cork. Photograph: Jason Clarke.

Conor McCarthy, director of Investec’s corporate finance division in Dublin, is in for an extremely tough few days, beginning tomorrow.No, he’s not tr(...)

  Manufacturing technicians at Intel’s Clean Room in Fab 24 at Intel’s manufacturing facility in Leixlip. Irish manufacturing firms registered a further strong improvement in operating conditions during March. Photo: Alan Betson/The Irish Times.

Irish manufacturing firms registered a further strong improvement in operating conditions during March, according to the latest Investec Manufacturing(...)

Out tomorrow: euro zone CPI. Photograph: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire
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TODAY Indicators: US personal spending (February) and pending home sales (February); UK mortgage approvals (February) and net lending to individuals ((...)

Low interest rates have spurred a desperate search for yield. This has encouraged investors to buy investment grade, high-yield and emerging market bonds to supplement treasuries and gilts

A growing number of professional investors are warning that bonds are overvalued as fears grow that a fixed income bubble will collapse in a disord(...)

The High Court has approved a Personal Insolvency Arrangement (PIA) for a retired businessman who has liabilities of €10m.In what is believed to be th(...)

The index has stayed above 60 for a year and has not fallen below the 50-point line denoting growth since July 2012.

Ireland’s services sector expanded at a strong pace again in February, driven by rising domestic demand as new business from abroad slowed, a survey s(...)

New orders hit a six-month high of 59.3 last month, according to the index

Irish manufacturing activity rebounded in February to a 15-year high after a relatively weak January as strong new orders helped boost employment in (...)

The new business subindex was 62.8, its lowest level since August

Ireland’s services sector expanded at close to its fastest pace in eight years in January, a survey showed on Wednesday, although the rapid growth in (...)