Wayne Byrne and Eoin Casey of OxyMem, overall winners in The Irish Times InterTradeIreland Innovation Awards. Photograph: Conor McCabe Photography

The historic baroque architecture of Royal Hospital Kilmainham in Dublin played host to 3D presentations and a host of high-tech new innovation(...)

(From left) Wayne Byrne, Dr Eoin Syron and Prof Eoin Casey

It may come as a surprise to learn that almost 3 per cent of all electricity generated in the world is consumed by wastewater treatment plants.Some 60(...)

Aer Lingus: climbed 1.89 per cent to €1.35. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

The success of Ireland’s first post-bailout bond sale and solid jobs news from Germany boosted stocks across the region yesterday.This country’s heavi(...)

 Angela Ahrendts, chief executive officer of Burberry Group, and one of only four women chief executives on the FTSE, is on her way to Apple.   Photograph: Peter Foley/Bloomberg

The number of women running Britain’s blue chip companies has surged 33 per cent. But before we hang out the bunting and declare the glass ceiling sha(...)

Royalty Pharma has offered to buy Elan for $6.7
billion, a bid Elan’s board rejected earlier in the week

European shares finished firmer yesterday, supported by signs of merger and acquisition activity in the region and by weak US economic data backing th(...)

The Elan plant in Athlone. Its shares gained 5.6 per cent to close at almost €10

European shares ended sharply higher yesterday, reversing early losses, after US jobs data showed the economy was growing modestly but not enough to p(...)

EU unemployment rate: released on Friday. photograph: andres kudacki/ap

TO DAY Results:Standard Life European Private (...)

Aer Lingus shares climbed 3.5 per cent in Dublin yesterday

Stocks pushed higher yesterday as investors remain optimistic that economic growth is picking up, with many companies reporting better than exp(...)

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