Luas Cross City work has allegedly caused flood damage to some Georgian-era cellars. File photograph: Aidan Crawley

Dublin city centre business owners may be entitled to thousands of euro in compensation after Luas Cross City work allegedly caused extensive flood (...)

IDA chief executive Martin Shanahan is “cautiously optimistic” going into 2015. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times.

IDA Ireland, the State agency responsible for attracting inward investment, said it will publish a new five-year strategy in coming weeks that will pa(...)

Thee Irish-Silicon Valley relationship has changed - the balance has shifted.

The Irish-Silicon Valley relationship has changed. On a recent trip out to Silicon Valley for a week, I was struck by this countless times. I’ve been (...)

California governor Jerry Brown claimed Ireland’s ‘creative accounting’ had lured computing giant Apple. Photograph: Jim Wilson/The New York Times

California governor Jerry Brown said Ireland had attracted so much of the business of computer, phone and tablet maker Apple, which is based in the We(...)

Workday announced its Irish expansion during a visit of Taoiseach Enda Kenny to its head office in Silicon Valley. Photograph: Alan Betson

California-based software company Workday plans to create 200 jobs in Ireland over the next three years, the company announced during a visit of Taoi(...)

Enda Kenny is due to meet Facebook chief executive Sheryl Sandberg tomorrow. Photograph: Barry Cronin

Taoiseach Enda Kenny will arrive in the United States today for a three-day visit to San Francisco and Silicon Valley, where he will meet senior exec(...)

Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton with Barry O’Leary, chief executive of IDA Ireland, and Patrick Moran (left) chief marketing officer of  New Relic

The Dublin offices of New Relic, the San Francisco-headquartered software analytics company that played host yesterday to Richard Bruton at IDA(...)

IDA Ireland chief executive Barry and Minister for Jobs, Enterprise & Innovation Richard Bruton. Photo: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Over 130 new jobs are to be created in Dublin and Galway by five North American and European high-growth companies. The new jobs are to be spre(...)